“Overview of Soldering” defines soldering, describes the tools used in soldering, and discusses the various soldering processes where oldering is a low-heat joining process used in applications where the heat of welding or brazing would be too great or where precise control is required. There are a number of manual and automatic soldering processes. Soldering is particularly useful in electronics and jewelry fabrication as well as in creating air and watertight seals in plumbing and other systems. After this class, users will be able to define soldering, identify the important tools involved in soldering, list soldering safety concerns, and describe the various soldering processes. It is essential for any operator who may be required to solder materials to understand the basic soldering equipment, processes, and practices.
- Define soldering
- List important safety considerations for soldering
- Describe advantages of soldering
- Describe disadvantages of soldering
- Describe solder
- Define flux
- Distinguish between types of flux
- Describe types of soldering irons and their components
- List important soldering tools and accessories
- Describe heat processes involved in soldering
- Describe the hand soldering process
- Distinguish between properly and improperly soldered joints
- Describe the pipe soldering process
- Describe automated soldering processes.
- Recommended for manufacturing personnel, including engineers, technicians and managers, particularly handling welding operations.
Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal Effectiveness, Soldering, Safety, Soldering Tools, Automated Soldering
Method of Delivery
If you are in WHIN region, contact your HR for a coupon code