Question for the professional weldors here.
As a fair weather workshop weldor, I have always wanted to ask.....
What happens, say, if you are out on a job, and it's pouring rain, and it's some kind of "emergency" and you simply must get the job done. Let's say, for sake of argument, it's a Bridge Truss or a Tower Support Arm or something "critical" that needs attention. These may not be good examples but you get my point.
OK, so it's pouring rain, and you need to start welding. You simply can not move the work indoors. What do you do? Postpone? Install some sort of portable SHELTER, hope the weather clears suddenly, or do you just hope for the best under the circumstances?
Sorry, I have always wanted to know the answer to this!
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