Top Welding Quizzes & Trivia

It’s not every day one gets the power to join elements and fashion rough materials to your every whim, but that’s just what welders get to do. Welding, a process that joins together metal or thermoplastics, goes back as far as the Bronze and Iron Ages and is an indispensable part of our industrial system.

So do you know your stuff? Do you know the difference between Shielded Metal Arc welding, Gas Tungsten Arc welding, Tungsten Inert Gas welding and Metallic Inert Gas welding? Do you know the effect energy sources have on welding, sources like gas flame, electric arc, laser, electron beam, friction, and ultrasound? Did you know welding can take place under water and in outer space? Are you an expert on the tools, implements and processes of welding? Then you’ll ace our quizzes on the topic. Pull your mask down and get to work!

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  • Potential hazards related to arc welding are
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  • When using a fire extinguisher to extinguish a fire, it should be
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  • What type of fire extinguisher should be used on an electrical fires?
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  • Potential hazards relating to arc welding are
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  • When using a fire extinguisher to extinguish a fire, it should be
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  • What type of fire extinguisher should be used on electrical fires?
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  • In what degree burns skin is blisters and possibly breaks.
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  • When the surfaced of the skin is reddish i color,tender,and painful.what degree of burn is this?
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  • When the skin is burned black.what kind of degree burn is this?
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  • What is an inert gas as used in Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding?
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  • Stick (Arc) Welding uses a coated electrode, what is the purpose of this coating?
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  •       Which weld procedure is safe to perform in wet conditions?      
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