Prequalified Welding Procedures (WPS) in Shopfloor

Welding procedure specifications (WPS’s) provide detailed instructions to welders making quality controlled welds.  Structural steel welds in compliance with AWS D1.1 or AWS D1.3 may be qualified by procedure qualification records, testing, or by following the prequalified welding procedures given in the AWS Code.  These WPS qualifications demonstrate that the welding procedure can produce joints that have the required mechanical properties for the intended application.

An AWS prequalified WPS has a specific range of parameters for which preparation of a procedure qualification record (PQR) is not needed.  Shopfloor includes support for creating and using AWS prequalified welding procedures.  This can save time, thousands of dollars, and help you to working smarter, not harder.

Welding Codes Supported by Shopfloor Include AWS D1.3, AWS D1.1 and ASME IX
Pre-Qualified Welding Procedures in Shopfloor

Why Use Shopfloor to Prepare Prequalified Welding Procedures?

Shopfloor supports and validates welding procedure creation according to the latest editions of the AWS Code, ensuring clarity and completeness.  Organizations utilizing Shopfloor to prepare welding procedures realize the following benefits:

  • Simplifies WPS Creation – Shopfloor guides you through the process of setting up your welding procedures

  • Time Savings – Eliminate the time required to develop and test PQR’s

  • Monetary Savings – Cut out the R&D needed to develop and test new welding procedures

  • Improved Work Flow – Track welders and be notified of pending continuity expirations

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