honitonhobbit Posted April 20, 2006 Share Posted April 20, 2006 If the welding is poor, then the whole thing is rubbish. A safety device can then become a death trap. Not insulting Dirtydiesels qualifications as a welder, but spotting poor welds isn't rocket science, if the weld looks like it's sitting on the metal, rather than a part of it, then it's not going to be strong enough for it's intended purpose. I'm sure there are plenty of people out there that don't realise that their safety device could so easily be a killing projectile because some idiot can't weld properly. carp welding is my pet hate. (assuming you aren't going into x-rays/crack testing) But it's obvious that with poor welding it's more likely. Les. Couldn't agree more... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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