Synopsis on Underwater welding
Underwater welding is carried out mostly in ships. This is a process of welding where the process is carried out submerged in water. This is most commonly used in ships as the hull of the ship might require frequent repairs in the operation of the ship on the sea.
If there are holes in the hull or the body then the water will fill in the ship that would cause damage to the ship. Therefore repairs on the go have to be taken care of while the ship is still sailing.
Underwater welding will help to fix the ship promptly and save the trouble of docking the ship and then repairing it. This welding procedure however will require extremely bulky equipment and also specialized workers to carry on the welding process.
However this process is relatively much cheaper than setting up offshore equipment that would be otherwise required to repair the ship damage.