Proud to be the ONLY Worldwide Online Welding Software Provider
Advantages of WeldCanada.com online welding procedure software
(CSA, AWS, ASME):
- Welding procedures software supports
CSA W59-13 (Steel) and W59.2 (Aluminum) welding standards, AWS D1 Series welding codes, as well as AWS B2.1 and ASME Section IX
- Simple to use by anyone
- Create Canadian standard welding procedures (WPDS) for CSA standards, as per requirements for certified companies with the CWB Group
- Create industry standard welding procedures from anywhere, online, in minutes
(WPDS, WPS, PQR, WPQ, WPQR and Welders Management Report) for the CSA, AWS, and ASME
- Supports multiple structural steel welding codes:
- CSA W59-13 and CSA W59.2 (certification with
CSA W47.1, CSA W47.2)
- AWS D1.1, AWS D1.2, AWS D1.3,
AWS D1.6, AWS D9.1, AWS D17.1, AWS B2.1
- Welding any material with all welding processes:
- EGW, ESW, FCAW, GMAW, MCAW, GTAW, PAW, SMAW,
Your Special Bonus:
- Over 16,000 CSA/AWS prequalified Welding Procedure Data Sheets (WPDS's)
- All code-checked in accordance with
CSA W59-13 (Steel),
AWS D1.1 (Steel), AWS D1.3 (Sheet Steel) and AWS D1.6 (Stainless Steel) for SMAW (Stick), GMAW (MIG), FCAW, MCAW and SAW process
- Prepared by code experts
- Simply download, print or email your selected prequalified WPDS's for use right away!
- It includes a variety of Filler Metals such as Carbon Steel Electrodes/Wires/Wire-Flux, Mild Steel Electrodes/Wires/Wire-Flux, Low Alloy Steel Electrodes/Wires, and Austenitic Stainless Steel Electrodes/Wires “as shown in Library”
- It may be used for joining heavy structural components or general structural steel fabrication (Plate, Pipe, Sheet, Box), made of low and medium carbon steels, low alloy steels, including weathering steels and austenitic stainless steels materials
- Gain added information from the Highlights of Codes, Learn First, Weld Techniques and experts' presentations in the Welding Community section
We are committed to providing support to the welding industry, the ASME®, the CSA® and the AWS®, as well as helping improve the welding knowledge of students and the public.
I love the software! I am very happy with the CWB, for approval of CSA and AWS prequalified
procedures, and ASME software and my customers seem to be as well. I updated some
WPS's for one of my ASME customers’ audit. The auditor from ASME thought your
format was one of the best he had ever seen!
Arnold Kamerman, P. Eng.
Amstel Engineering Inc.
This is a fantastic service. I have been able to write many welding procedures in just the time it used to take me to do the research only. The greatest feature for me is being able to save my work online and then being able to go back to it later and edit it before I make the final save for our procedures book.
Patrick McGlade, Quality Manager
American Fan Company
Your welding software simplifies procedure writing for many welding codes, plus it's useful way of networking with members.
Ed Craig, Weld Process Control Engineer
"This is great service" Thanks
Kris Rogozinski, Welding Engineer
Keep up the good work!
Jim Murphy, Welding Instructor
Weldtech Training Inc.
Thank you for using the online welding software and welder software services for your day-to-day business in structural steel or welding manufacturing.
Benefits of the WeldCanada.com welding services:
- Simple to use by anyone, affordable, available 24/7
- Software upgrades and code updates at no extra charges!
- Improves shop productivity and quality of your products
- Improves your knowledge of welding codes
- Prequalified welding procedures:
- Avoid unnecessary costly tests
- Save time and money, guaranteed!
- Certify or maintain your company certification with the CWB Group, CSA, AWS, ASME, AISC, API, ISO, IBC, etc., by having properly written welding procedures & welding documentation
NEW! Welding Community: A Place for Industry Success
Welding community is a free value-added service for members of WeldCanada.com. Our way to show appreciation to all members for their support. Thank You!
Your Benefits of joining to your Welding Community:
- Create your own webpage (WeldCanada.com/YOU), and start business networking with all members
- Advertise, add text, videos and pictures about yourself, your company products or services
- Collaborate with members and share information with your welding community, that will improve your bottom line
- Network with the fabricators, distributors, welding manufacturer, companies and professionals; an efficient approach for business success
- Business and industry news, live, for your knowledge and benefit
- Industry presentations and articles from the experts
- Access to free online resources, publications, links and much more!
Prequalified welding procedures can be used on work covered by the world's best references for structural steel welding, as well as in general fabrication work.
By using WeldCanada.com welding software, you will gain an insight for the following codes:
ASME Section IX Welding and Brazing Qualifications
AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code-Steel
AWS D1.2 Structural Welding Code-Aluminum
AWS D1.3 Structural Welding Code-Sheet Steel
AWS D1.6 Structural Welding Code-Stainless Steel
AWS D9.1 Sheet Metal Welding Code
AWS D17.1 Specification for Fusion Welding for Aerospace Applications
AASHTO/AWS D1.5 Bridge Welding Code
AWS B2.1 Specification for Welding Procedure and Performance Qualification
CSA W59-13 Welded Steel Construction-Metal Arc Welding
CSA W59.2 Welded Aluminum Construction
CSA W47.1 Certification of Companies for Fusion Welding of Steel
CSA W47.2 Certification of Companies for Fusion Welding of Aluminum
AWS® is a registered trademark of the American Welding Society.
CSA® is a registered trademark of the Canadian Standards Association.
ASME® is a registered trademark of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Members of WeldCanada.com and WPSAmerica.com include certified fabricators with the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB Group for companies certified to the CSA W47.1, CSA W47.2, CSA W178.1 or CSA W186), AWS, ASME, AISC, IBC, API and ISO, plus independant manufacturers, Fortune 500 companies, NASA, fabricators worldwide, professionals, welding engineers, structural or mechanical engineers, welders, welding technicians, welding inspectors, welding supervisors, welding educators and students.