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  • Pipe Welding Job In Scio, Ohio (Tradesman International)

    Welders and pipe fitters needed for a large scale industrial project in OH. There are 40 open positions for qualified combo welders and 40 open positions for qualified fitters. This project is scheduled to last 6 months and we will be working 6 days a week on 10 hour shifts.

    Weld Test:
    TIG root and hot pass 7018 fill and cap on a 6"sched 80 Carbon using 308 wire
    TIG all the way out on a 2" sched 120 Carbon using 308 Wire

    Fitter test:
    120 question written test

    Welders Pay Scale:$28/hr

    Fitters Pay Scale:$25/hr

    In addition, $420 a week per-diem for applicants who can provide proof of residency beyond 60 miles of job site.
    Please apply by phone at 614-854-0395; fax resume to 614-854-0487

  • Missouripipewelder
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    I have a rig so it varies, but back in the day 28-30 for Missouri was good money. I love my rig and the money is awesome but, I dont see my kids and wife and cannot take them on the road where I go. I work in N. Dakota, Bakken Oilfied and Three Forks Oilfield. If I could make 28 at home I'd sell everything and do it. By the time Uncle Obama, and my rig payments paid thats about what I make anyway!

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  • Nathan128
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    Pipe Welding Job In Scio, Ohio (Tradesman International)

    Ya 28$/hr is way low especially for tig welders. And 420/week loa? Where can you stay for that. Good luck

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  • Rhinox
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    Pipe Welding Job In Scio, Ohio (Tradesman International)

    Yeah,not in a good way though..ha!
    What is the average welder rates out there?

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  • Missouripipewelder
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    I take it your surprised?!

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  • Rhinox
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    Pipe Welding Job In Scio, Ohio (Tradesman International)

    28$/hours???!!?!?? For a "b"pressure welder??

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  • Missouripipewelder
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    Also thats why they call it 308L, The L stands for low carbon.

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  • Missouripipewelder
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    Yes, I have heard of it. Alot of time welding schools will certify their students on 308L stainless wire on carbon. The process is the same withe the purge and the welding but it saves money on Stainless Steel pipe... to me thats the only plus to it. I went to Missouri Welding Institute and thats the way that I certified in April of 08.

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  • BearM
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    Pipe Welding Job In Scio, Ohio (Tradesman International)

    Not this guy.

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  • jpence38
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    Has anyone ever heard of using a 308 wire all the way out on carbon pipe????

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