Peripheral Weld meaning
In welding terminology, a peripheral weld, also known as all-around welding, refers to a type of weld joint where the weld is made around the entire circumference of a circular or cylindrical object.
This type of weld is commonly used in applications such as pipes, tubes, or cylindrical structures where a complete weld around the perimeter is necessary for structural integrity and to ensure a leak-proof seal.
What is other name of Peripheral Weld?
The other names of a Peripheral Weld are:
Peripheral Weld is a term used in ISO standards such as ISO 2553 while in AWS or in the American terminology, it is known as All around welding. The welding symbol for a peripheral weld or weld all around is same.