Average Salary For Welding Inspector In South Africa

Welding inspectors are responsible for inspecting and assessing the quality and strength of welding work. Their job is to ensure welds are safe and ready to function as part of the device or structure. Welding inspectors also inspect the equipment used and ensure welders adhere to company and state safety regulations.


Welding Inspector Salary In South Africa

The average salary for a Welding Inspector in SA is R 129 gross per hour (R 22 360 gross per month), which is 5% lower than South Africa’s national average salary. Salary Range: a Welding Inspector can expect an average starting salary of R 63. The highest salaries can exceed R 317.

How do you do a welding inspection?

Inspection After Welding

Check weld against code and standards.

Check the size with gauges and prints.

Check finish and contour.

Check for cracks against standards.

Look for overlap.

Check undercut.

Determine if the spatter is at acceptable levels.

What is Visual welding inspection?

The CSWIP Visual Welding Inspector course is designed for welders, operators, line inspectors, and people who carry out the visual examination of welded joints.

It is also suitable for welding quality control staff and anyone who needs basic training in welding inspection alongside a qualification.

What is the most widely used form of weld inspection?

1 – Radiography is one of the most important, versatile, and widely accepted examination methods.

X-ray is used to determine the internal soundness of welds.

The term ‘X-ray quality,” widely used to indicate high quality in welds, arises from this inspection method.