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The importance of Qualified Welders at Pommee

Updated: Jan 24


In the field of boiler making, each project is the result of close collaboration with our clients to fully grasp their needs and expectations. Our engineers, experts in their field, calculate, design, and create technical plans that serve as a solid foundation for the implementation of often complex projects.


However, even the most skilled engineers require the support of a professional team: qualified welders. They are the ones who take these plans and specifications and turn them into reality, with unmatched precision and mastery.


The Hands Behind the Projects


Qualified welders are the craftsmen who shape metal, weld pieces, and assemble them. They are the artisans who transform plans into reality, meticulously and with remarkable attention to detail.


Their dexterity is their primary weapon. They master the welding technique with a precision that ensures the quality, safety, and durability of the finished products.

Intensive Training


At Pommee, we invest heavily in their training and development.

Our qualified welders undergo several months of internal training, where they gain a deep understanding of welding processes, safety, and the strictest quality standards. They are mentored by experienced experts who share their expertise and industry tips.


Qualification


Before taking on client projects, our qualified welders must undergo rigorous qualification through an external organization. This examination ensures that they have a perfect command of welding techniques and can meet the industry's most demanding standards.


The Pommee Team


At Pommee, we take pride in having a close-knit team of engineers and qualified welders. It is this harmonious blend of cutting-edge engineering and meticulous craftsmanship that enables us to execute exceptional projects.

Qualified welders make up the majority of our team. They are the unsung heroes behind every Pommee project, and we couldn't be prouder to have them by our side.

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