CWB Testing

Canadian Welding Bureau – CWB Testing

Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) is a non-profit organization that administers the CSA Code.

The CSA code that most Welders test to using Stick, Mig, Tig, Flux-Core or Metal-Core is W47.1 Fusion Welding of Steel. When Aluminum welding is required under the CSA Code W47.2 is used.

  • CWB certification to W47.1 is mandated by law in the Ontario Building Code.
  • SMAW – Stick (Mild Steel)
  • GMAW – Mig (Mild & Aluminum)
  • FCAW – Flux-Core / MCAW – Metal-Core (Mild Steel)
  • GTAW – Tig (Mild Steel & Aluminum)





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