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At Weldsy we offer a repair and maintenance service which allows you to keep your workshop running.

We understand that your business relies on having its equipment in peak working condition. So you can trust that the team at Weldsy will look after you. 

Weldsy's fully trained and highly experienced engineers can repair your own welding machines and workshop equipment either on site or from within our fully equipped service centre. 

Customers of Weldsy who have a service agreement in place can gain exclusive access to their individual schedules via the Online Service Portal.

With our Online Service Portal, you can have secure access to information on all of your machines serviced or repaired by Weldsy at any time online,



Weldsy's fully qualified service team undertake the calibration, verification and validation of welding machines and ancillary equipment to ensure that the welding process variables are within standard during fabrication. Keeping your machines fit and healthy supports the quality of the finished fabricated project. 

Calibration of Welding equipment can be built in to our regular maintenance schedule of your equipment.

  •  Calibration on all makes of welding equipment to BS EN IEC 60974-14:2018

  •  Standard service contracts at 3, 6 or 12 monthly intervals

  •  PAT Testing

Compliance of Arc Welding Equipment

CP7 & CP47 Gas Equipment Safety Inspections

The UK Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations stipulate that equipment should be fit-for-purpose, maintained in a safe condition and regularly inspected by a 'competent person' with records kept. Furthermore, most insurance companies now insist on competent maintenance and documented annual inspection of compressed gas equipment for welding and cutting.

Weldsy's fully qualified service team can ensure to comply with the following: 

  • The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) Code of Practice 7 (CP7): The Safe Use of Oxy Fuel Gas Equipment (Individual Portable or Mobile Cylinder Supply) 

  • The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) Code of Practice 47 (CP47): The Safe Use of Individual Portable or Mobile Cylinder Gas Supply Equipment 

  • Section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 

  • Statutory Instrument 1998 No. 2306: The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 

  • DSEAR (Dangerous Substances & Explosive Atmosphere Regulations) 2002 (SI 2002 No.2776) The Acetylene Safety (England and Wales and Scotland) Regulations (15) 

  • Statutory Instrument 2000 No. 128: The Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000

HAV Testing - Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome

Weldsy specialise in on site hand arm vibration testing of electric and pneumatic powered hand tools. 

We specialise in offering a planned contracted schedule ensuring you are fully compliant with all legal requirements. Weldsy will manage your hand tooling inventory offering you piece of mind that your tooling items are fit for task and when used in service they will be fully operational and correctly certified clearly stating maximum exposure to vibration

Our knowledge of the regulations set by the HSE regarding hand-arm and whole-body vibration help us to assess the risk accurately. HSE regulations state:

  • Exposure action value of 2.5 m/s2 A(8) at which level employers should introduce technical and organisational measures to reduce exposure

  • Exposure limit value of 5.0 m/s2 A(8) which should not be exceeded

The regulations also state that only a qualified person may carry out the tests so that an accurate assessment can be made. Our certified engineers are highly skilled in conducting HAV testing for a variety of industries. Due to their knowledge and experience, they expertly and accurately calculate hand-arm vibration level of a tool. Being experts in their field, they work quickly to provide you with a fast, accurate measurement.


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