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Welding Products

For over 90 years, Sif has been trusted by welders and brazers for quality wires, fluxes and equipment. The vast Weldability range of welding, cutting and safety products has a solution for every joining application.

From air-fed welding helmets, torches and regulators, to brazing rods, cored wires and industrial inverter welding machines, we are the professional welders' one-stop shop, for same-day dispatch and reliable, fast delivery.

From air-fed welding helmets, torches and regulators, to brazing rods, cored wires and welding machines, we are the professional welders' one-stop shop, for same-day dispatch and reliable, fast delivery.

Professional Training

Are you looking for a flexible, professional training and testing centre for welding skills?

As a provider of EAL vocational courses, Weldability Sif delivers a program of short, block-release or modular workshops on MIG, TIG, MMA and Gas welding processes, plus WPS welder-Coding and qualification, through to Level 4 Welding Coordinator courses, in our Technology and Training Centre near London, UK, and nationally.

Fume Extraction

Fume and dust exposure from industrial applications presents health risks that must be managed and reduced. Our Extractability division provides specialist fume-control solutions with a full range of mobile, at-source, or fixed/ducted filtering systems, extraction arms and vent-to-atmosphere fans. The Extractability team also carry out on-site testing and certification and offer Workplace Monitoring solutions for your peace of mind.

Our Extractability division provides specialist fume-control solutions with a full range of mobile, at-source, or fixed/ducted filtering systems, extraction arms and vent-to-atmosphere fans.

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Weldability Sif have developed an audio-visual welding and fabrication elearning course for both home-based learning and to compliment hands-on training in colleges and workshops. The course includes approximately 25 hours of material and gives learners the opportunity to study each of the recognised modern welding and cutting processes and gain a good knowledge of the theory, providing the foundation to progress into further practical learning. The software runs in a web browser and requires an active internet connection. A sample of the online course is available via the View Elearning Demo button.

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The SifLite Revenge is a solar powered auto-darkening welding helmet with adjustable sensitivity and delay, which helps protect the users eyes and face from the welding arc, spatter and infrared / ultraviolet radiation. A high-quality, affordable ADF welding lens and comfortable helmet solution with: • Variable shade • Large viewing area • 12 month warranty • Available in 3 striking colour options: Red and Gold, Yellow and Black and Blue and Silver.

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Room monitoring system with WIFI. Records, depicts and acts on the current values of room temperature, humidity, particulate pollution and volume levels. Temp -10C to +60C, Humidity 10% to 95%, Fine dust 0 mg/m3 to 30mg/m3, (precision +/- 0. 1mg/m3), Noise level 40 db to 140 db.

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ProtectoXtra mobile extraction system for filtration of particulate fumes and dust. The ProtectoXtra incorporates a cleanable, reusable PTFE cartridge filter for improved economic operations. The ProtectoXtra is supplied with a 3 metre extraction arm, hose with external joints and provides air movement of 1200 m3/h. The PTFE cartridge filter comes already installed. The ProtectoXtra is a single phase 1. 1Kw mobile unit, weighing 170kg and is supplied on swivel casters for manoeuvrability.

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Current Vacancies

Supply-Chain Junior Buyer Intern

We have a vacancy for a Supply-Chain Junior Buyer Intern. This internship offers an opportunity to gain practical experience with varied business activities, in a busy, growing subsidiary of a major international corporation. This includes shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with experienced and accomplished business professionals, involvement in business meetings and attending networking events. A flexible schedule (hours per-week around core availability times per-day) is operated, to support candidates with ongoing learning. A permanent placement is envisaged to be made available to candidates who demonstrate proficiency, ambition and trust in the role, following completion of the internship.

Warehouse Operative

We are recruiting for a Warehouse Operative on a full-time temporary basis for a minimum period of 3 months. This may be extended depending on the needs of the business. The hours are 9am – 6pm Monday to Friday with an unpaid 45-minute lunch break and two unpaid 15-minute tea breaks. We are looking for someone who is computer literate and available to start immediately.

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Weldability Sif welcome a new managing director!

It is with great excitement that Weldability Sif announce Jonathan Burrage as their new managing director following the departure of Gareth Hawkins. Jonathan brings with him a wealth of experience as a business leader as well as a proven record of modernising and boosting efficiency with digitisation to keep businesses on the cutting edge. He has a keen eye for new product development and is, in his own words, “obsessed with the delivery of true customer value at every touchpoint with our business.” It has been a busy few years for the Weldability Sif team following the retirement of founder Adrian Hawkins and the acquisition by Indutrade AB. Weldability Sif has, however, remained steadfast and true through these changes and through the coronavirus pandemic due to their long-standing heritage, trusted brand and of course, loyal customers. The company now looks forward to aiding Britain - and the world - in a speedy economic recovery. The whole team at Weldability Sif would like to extend their thanks to sales and marketing director, Richard Moore, for the fantastic job as interim managing director and his assistance with what has been an extremely smooth transition. Weldability Sif would be pleased to answer any questions you may have regarding this process, which can be addressed to Jonathan Burrage.

The 2020s: Time to embrace online learning

There has never been a better time to embrace online learning. Whether you are interested in getting into welding for the first time, running a course in learning to weld or offering your new employees a brush up on their safety and techniques before they begin, what could be better than an extensive online course, designed by experts, right at your fingertips? In this time of continued social-economic upheaval, second of course to taking care of our general wellbeing, it is vital that we remain productive to continue with both our own personal development and the development of our businesses and ever-growing fabrication industry. Weldability Sif’s new cloud-based eLearning platform allows you to complete your training just about anywhere. This audio-visual welding and fabrication eLearning course can be used for both home-based learning and to compliment hands-on training in colleges and workshops. Rather than being stuck in an endless loop of scrolling through TikTok videos or binge-watching Riverdale on Netflix for the sixth time, learners interested in welding, or perhaps waiting to begin a new job in the sector, could be studying each of the recognised modern welding and cutting processes and gaining a good knowledge of the theory. This would provide the foundation to progress into further practical learning and a reliable job in a rewarding, vital industry. The course covers modules such as the Health and Safety at Work Act, which aims to stimulate and encourage high standards of health and safety in places of work, Personal Protective Equipment PPE, safety signs, Control Of Substances Hazardous To Health COSHH, working at heights, basic first aid, manual handling, risk assessments, fire protection, electrical safety, workplace welfare, provision and use of work equipment, managing yourself and working relationships and commination and interpretation of information, before going on to cover the welding processes, their uses and the technique behind them. The software runs in a web browser and requires an active internet connection. A sample of the online course is available via the View eLearning Demo button on the Weldability Sif Website. View eLearning demo here

Case Study: Fume extraction to comply with HSE regulations

A manufacturer of machine components already had mobile fume extraction units in place from other manufacturers, but not all the points in the factory were covered. These mobile extraction units were expensive to run due to the cost of the replacement filters. This manufacturer approached Extractability as they had previously purchased mobile ProtectoXtracts to add to their original mobile units finding they were more cost effective to run. Extractability were asked to provide a tailor made proposal to capture the stainless steel welding fume at source when they were creating a new welding section in the factory, this included two lathe welding systems and three fully enclosed welding booths. The solution Objective 1: To capture the stainless steel welding fumes and return clean air back into the workplace with a low ongoing cost. Solution: Fixed ductwork to two supporting arms and three enclosed welding booths and all attached to a self cleaning Protecto EcoCube. Objective 2: Cover the area where they have seven lathe welding systems. Solution: Seven self-supporting extraction arms connected to a ductwork system, which was joined into an external mounted fan that vented to the atmosphere. Objective 3: Provide fume extraction to the main welding system area, which consisted of seven hand welding processes and two fixed robotic welding systems. Solution: Hand welding - self supporting extraction arms which capture the fumes at source. Robotic welders - direct connection to the booths. All extraction devices were linked by ductwork into a standalone self-cleaning ProtectoCube 11KW which recycled clean air back into the workplace. Additional project 1: To provide extraction to four enclosed welding machines, which were linked into ductwork and connected into a ProtectoCube 5.5KW recycling clean air back into the workplace. Additional project 2: To provide two self-supporting arms again into ductwork and then into a self-cleaning Protect Continued support All the systems are tested annually by Extractability and the performances are of high standards. So much so, that when air monitoring was carried out the personal and background levels in the welding areas were lower than 0.02mgs. Extractability took care of all the LEV through examination and testing not only on welding extraction systems but for all the customer’s other extraction systems already onsite. The manufacturer was so impressed by the efficiency, low operating costs of the products and the after sales service, that they will continue to choose Extractability for all their fume extraction solutions. Products ProtectoArm - http://www.extractability.co.uk/extraction-arms.html ProtectoArmLAB - http://www.extractability.co.uk/extraction-arms.html ProtectoXtract - https://www.weldability-sif.com/pages/view_product.asp?product_string=EXT1MOB230WG&title=PROTECTOXTRACT-WELD-GRI-230V-PKG Protecto EcoCube 2N-2H - http://www.extractability.co.uk/fixed-and-mobile-filters.html Protecto EcoCube 4N-4H - http://www.extractability.co.uk/fixed-and-mobile-filters.html If you would like to speak to one of our team regarding the products mentioned in this article or would like to discuss your own challenges please email sales@extractability.eu

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