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Welding curb angle and wind girder

Welding curb angle and wind girder

Welding curb angle and wind girder

Dear experts,

We have an open top tank with curb angle and wind girder on the top shell course.

The erection would be by jacking method so the top shell course will be the first one to be erected.

I have a concern about fit up and weld the curb angle and wind girder. Which one should be the first one ? Fit up and weld curb angle then fit up and weld wind girder or the other way around or other method.


RE: Welding curb angle and wind girder

I recommend first weld the top angle, then the wind girder.

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