Denso Australia Staff Gain Plastic Welding Qualifications

Posted July 3, 2018

Eight Denso Australia staff members were recently awarded with Certificates of Attainment in PMBWELD309B Weld Plastic Using Extrusion Techniques, following training under the expert advice and instruction of Polysmart & Fusion Hire Services.

The 6-hour training course conducted at Denso’s new Campbellfield site involved practising different welding techniques, giving Denso workers a better understanding of further requirements to improve their Plastic Welding skills.

To complete the system, both Sirex Aluminium Tape and PVC Outerwrap were applied, providing the template with total corrosion protection.

Workers had to complete an online theory course prior to commencing the training, and a score of 100% had to be achieved to attain the qualification and to be certified in Plastic Welding for the manufacture of Denso’s Seashield 2000FD jackets.

Everyone was successful, and they were presented with their certificates, an ID card and a Metal Stamp with their ID number.

This stamp is now used by the workers welding jackets and is pressed into the hot plastic weld on completion of a weld. Every 2000FD jacket has a stamp on each side relating to the individual who completed the weld. This is for traceability for QA purposes should a problem occur and holds the employee more accountable for the quality of their work.

Denso workers were very appreciative of the opportunity to gain his accreditation and improve their skills.

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