Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | December 24, 2009

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!


MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!

FROM THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF

HEATS SCHOOL OF WELDING TECHNOLOGY INC

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | December 23, 2009

Another Heats graduate landed a job overseas


Another Heats graduate landed a job overseas.

Mr. Raffy Gomez, a Heats graduate last June 2009 will be flying on the third week of January 2010. He chat with us today and informed us of his luck.

To Mr. Gomez, congratulations! Heats School of Welding Technology Inc is proud of you!

Here is his message:

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Gomez Raffy is offline.

(7:25 PM)

Gomez Raffy
hello sir jose 7:25 PM
ako yung trainee nyo last June sa Heats 7:25 PM
paalis na po ako baka this 3rd week ng january 7:25 PM
so nasan po kayo ngayon sir 7:26 PM
sa brunei ba kayo ngayon or nasa tarlac ngayon 7:26 PM
hello raffy. its good to hear na paalis ka na. madadagdagan na naman ang mga graduate ng Heats na mag aabroad 7:41 PM
Congratulations Raffy! Wag mong kalilimutan ang Heats 7:42 PM

Me
Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | December 16, 2009

2010 starts with W.I. Course


Heats School of Welding Technology Inc will start its new year with Welding Inspector’s Course on January 4-8, 2010.

This special schedule was requested by some who do not have time to attend for our June 2010 schedule.

The course details are as follows:

Title: WELDING INSPECTOR’S COURSE

Date: JANUARY 4-8, 2010

Location: Heats School of Welding Technology Training Room at Carangian, Tarlac City

Requirements: At least 3rd year engineering or higher. If not, he must have at least 1 year experience as welder, or welding supervisor, or fabrication supervisor, welding foreman or welding inspector.

Fee: P10,000.00 inclusive of snacks, lunch, certificate and module

Deadline of enrollment: Dec. 29, 2009

Contact person: Grace – 09054140543

Note: You are considered enrolled only after paying the course fee. 30% discount shall be given to those who will enroll before Dec. 27, 2009

ENROLL NOW! CALL/TXT US at 09054140543 – look for Grace

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | December 3, 2009

Manila boys, attended welding training in Heats


Few of the current students of Heats came as far as Manila.

Though at young age, Heats is already gaining popularity over its competitor in the Philippines. Our record shows that aside from Tarlaquenos, there are a lot of trainees coming from different Philippines provinces as far as Cotabato, Bicol, Batangas, Rizal, Metro Manila, Nueva Vizcaya, Bataan and Pampanga.

Heats is now also popular in the Asia Pacific Region when an Australian attedended our SMAW and GTAW Courses in the first quarter of 2009. Just recently, the Head of Mechanical Engineering of one of the Technical College in Brunei Darussalam emailed us and express interest in sending their Welding Instructors in Heats for advance training.

Heats is now in the process of collaborating with one of the Welding Practitioner in Australia who currently work as Sr. Lecturer in one of the biggest Petroleum company in Australia. He is expected to arrive in the Philippines in the second quarter of 2010 to conduct a seminar in Welding Technology. If this partnership pushes through, another milestone will be added in the history of Heats School of Welding Technology Inc.

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | December 1, 2009

PJJ scholarship grant opens for 2010


The Pedro Jose Jr. Scholarship Grant for 2010 is now open for application.

Annually, the President of Heats School of Welding Technology Inc., Engr. Pedro Jose Jr. grants four scholar in SMAW NC I. One scholar is accepted quarterly.

In 2009, there were three PJJ scholars who graduated the SMAW NC I course, one graduated in SMAW NC II and one graduated in GTAW NC II. One of them is already working in a local construction company in Tarlac while the other is still lookig for a job and the youngest scholar is still waiting to turn 18 for him to be employed he is still 17 years old.

The requirements for the scholarship are as follows;

1.) The applicant must be a Tarlac resident

2.) The family income of the applicant must be below P60K per annum.

3.) Pastor’s recommendation is required for member of any evangelical church.

4.) Town Mayor’s Endorsement Letter is required for non-member of evangelical church.

5.) Application Letter

6.) 2 x 2 ID Picture

7.) Physically fit and willing to undergo rigid training in Welding.

For interested parties, please email your application letter to heatsschool@yahoo.com and scanned copy of other requirements. You can also apply personally in Heats during office hours. We are located in Romulo Highway, Carangian, Tarlac City. You can call/txt us at 09054140543 and look for Ms. Grace, our Administrator.

 

 

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | November 30, 2009

Welding Positions for Plate and Pipe (1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, 6G, 6GR)


For the past few months, we posted the welding positions for each category. But for clarity, we will give you the complete picture of each position as shown in the picture.

Welding Positions

FROM THE UPPER PORTION OF THE PICTURE (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT)

First picture from left – 1G – Plate which is flat position

Second picture from left – 2G Plate which is horizontal position

Third picture from left – 3G Plate which is vertical position

Fourth picture from left – 4G Plate which is overhead position

FROM THE MIDDLE PORTION OF THE PICTURE (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT)

First picture from left – 1G Pipe (rolled) which is flat position

Second picture from left – 2G Pipe (fixed) which is horizontal position

Third picture from left – 5G Pipe (fixed) which is vertical position

FROM THE LOWER PORTION OF THE PICTURE (FROM LEFT TO RIGHT)

First picture from left – 6G Pipe (fixed) inclined position at 45 degrees

Second picture from left – same picture as in the middle portion which is 2G pipe

Third picture from left – 6GR Pipe (fixed) inclined position with restriction ring

APPLICATION:

1G, 2G, 3G and 4G plate are applicable in the fabrication and installation of tanks, vessel, structural, shipbuilding and aeronotics

1G, 2G, 5G and 6G pipe are applicable in the fabrication and installation of piping and pipelines for industrila plants, oil and gas industry, chemical plants and other industry which uses piping and pipelines.

6GR is applicable mainly in the fabrication and installation of offshore structure and other structure that have the TKY configuration.

 

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | November 24, 2009

13 more days for the WI Course!


Thirteen more days to go before the Welding Inspector’s Course of Heats for the last quarter of the year.

Heats School of Welding Technology, Inc. will be conducting Welding Inspector’s Course on December 7-11, 2009 in HSWTI Training Room located in Romulo Higway, #4 Joanne Subd., Carangian, Tarlac City (infront of St. Matthew Academy)

If you are interested in attending this course, please feel free to contact us at pwtc_luzon@yahoo.com or call/txt at 09054140543 – look for Grace.

This course is intended for graduate engineers, engineering students, graduate of any 4 year degree who wants to pursue their career in Welding Inspection and QA/QC.

The course content are; Duties and responsibilities of a welding inspector; welding processes; weld defects; types of steel; weldability; heat treatment; visual inspection; testing parent metals and welds; destructive tests; NDT techniques; welder and procedure approval; codes and standards; safe working practices

The course Fee is P10,000.00 inclusive of snacks, lunch and training material.

The instructor is a Certified Sr. Welding Inspector (CSWIP 3.2 – UK), Level 2 in MPI and PT, Lead Auditor and Mechanical Engineer by profession with more than 12 years of experience both local and overseas.

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | November 24, 2009

40% Discount Promo ends Nov. 30


The 40% discount Christmas Promo of Heats will end on November 30, 2009.  This promo was a Christmas gift of the Heats Management to all interested parties in response to God’s  favor to Heats for the year 2009.

Our 24 slots are not yet filled in so other interested parties have still time to register and avail this once a year promo.

For more information, you may contact us at 09054140543 – look for Grace from Monday to Saturday.

HURRY UP! ENROLL NOW!

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | November 10, 2009

HEATS mulls new courses


Heats School of Welding Technology Inc plans to introduce new courses in the late 2010 or early 2011 to cater other Engr. Jose with NACE International Instructorsskills which are also in-demand job overseas.

Expressing keen interest on these new courses, the Heats President Engr. Pedro G. Jose Jr. conducted a visits on various Painting Contractors as well as attended various training in Painting Technology. His latest attendance in the Coating Inspector’s Course Level I and Coating Inspector’s Course Level 2 conducted by NACE International in Brunei Darussalam are one of the steps the Heats Executive is doing for the implementation of these courses. He is now a Certified Coating Inspector Level I and Level II and a member of NACE International (National Association of Corrosion Engineers), an added qualification aside from his qualification as Certified Sr. Welding Inspector (CSWIP 3.2 -UK)

The planned courses are Construction Painting NC II (including Blasting) and Practical Electricity NCII.

Blasters, Painters and electricians are one of the in-demand workers overseas aside from welders. With the demand overseas, Engr. Jose is very positive that many High School graduates will take these courses.

Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | November 9, 2009

Submerged Arc Welding (SAW)


One of the welding process that are commonly used in the construction industry is the Submerged Arc Welding (or what they call it SAW). his process is fully automised. Sample pictures are shown below.

SAW requires a continuously fed consumable solid electrode. The molten weld and the arc zone are protected from atmospheric contamination by being “submerged” under a blanket of granular fusible flux. When molten, the flux becomes conductive, and provides a current path between the electrode and the work. This thick layer of flux completely covers the molten metal thus preventing spatter and sparks as well as suppressing the intense ultraviolet radiation and fumes.A Submerged Arc Welding is being set up

 

 

The SAW Torch is being set up

 

S.A.W. Process

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