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Larry Jeffus
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Why are some joints back gouged?

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The reason for back gouging of some joints.

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Back gouging is defined as the process which involves removal of additional material from the surface of weld and the base metal. During the process a groove is formed to offer good penetration of joints. This process involves grinding of metal on the backside which helps in performing good weld on that side.

Back gouging removes the excess weld from the parent material from the root side of the joint that are partially welded. It is important for some joints which needed to be welded from the both sides to undergo back gouging. It is necessary to undergo back gouging when there is need of any filler material during welding...

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