Seam welding is a process where two pieces of metal are joined together by heat and pressure.

The process can be used in industries such as manufacturing, construction, and transportation. The joints that are seam welded are often more durable than those that are not seam welded.

There are many different types of seam welding equipment available on the market. These machines vary in size, design, and function. Some of the most common types of seam welding equipment include:arc welder, oxyacetylene torch, TIG welder, and MIG welder.

When using any type of seam welding equipment, it is important to be aware of the risks involved. Many injuries occur when someone is seam welding incorrectly or without proper training. Some of the common injuries associated with seam welding include: back pain, lower back pain, arm pain, hand pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, and knee pain.

Serious Injuries

Other more serious injuries include:

Welding flash burns: These are burns caused by the intense heat and light generated when welding. They can be extremely painful and may require surgery to repair. Flash burns can also lead to blindness if they affect your eyesight.

Welding arc entrapment: This occurs when an arc jumps out of the welder’s torch and gets stuck in another object, like a curtain or piece of clothing. If this happens while the welder is working on a live wire, an electric shock can occur, which can be fatal.

Welding fumes: Welders often work in very high concentrations of fumes, which can cause respiratory problems such as asthma. In addition, welding fumes can cause eye irritation and even lung cancer.

If you have been injured by a seam welding apparatus, contact an attorney. Seam welding is a dangerous job that can result in serious injuries if not done correctly. An attorney can help you get the compensation you deserve.