Inspect welded or soldered joints and seams for defects.
What does a Weld Inspector II do?
Inspects welded or soldered joints and seams for defects, such as cracks, cold weld, spatter, and undercuts: Tests joints or seams, using either of following methods: Connects test-fittings to pipe, turns valve to admit compressed air, and immerses pipe in water, or brushes soapy water onto pipe to locate leaks. Probes soldered joints, using pointed tool, to locate defects. Marks location of defects, using crayon, and routes defective parts to repair area. May use dye penetrants or magna-flux equipment during inspection.