Seam Rover DD WWW.Trackmyweld.com

Introducing the world's first roof weld tracking and documenting system.

The most advanced tool and system for documenting, tracking and identifying critical weld data for contractors and membrane warranty support.

Designed for contractors and inspectors.
HOW IT WORKS?

Ensure the SD Card is fully inserted into the SD slot!

Be sure the SD Card Symbol and locked GPS Signal symbols are RED

As GPS accuracy may vary based upon your location, roof objects and surroundings, ENSURE You Document a known start point and path on the roof.

Start the weld as you normally would by setting the nozzle into the weld position.

The data logging system starts once the nozzle is put into the down welding position.

The most critical factors to welding are heat, speed and pressure. Heat is tightly controlled by a close loop temperature system. Speed is set by a digitally set controller. Pressure is fixed by the non-removable weight plate directly over the Weld rollers.

The following significant weld data are logged to the SD card:

  • Ambient Temperature
  • Ambient Humidity
  • Actual weld temp
  • Speed
  • Blower %
  • POST WELD SURFACE TEMP
  • Positioning in feet and GPS Coordinates
The best way to determine a good weld is by a destructive test and pre weld testing.

However, by tightly monitoring key factors, the Trackmyweld.com system enhances the level of Success by documenting weld parameters.

Post Weld Surface Temp

A very good parameter for identifying suspect welds is by monitoring the post weld surface temperature. By monitoring the post weld surface temperature that is measured immediately following the weld, the inspector and the operator will have an indication of good heat penetration into the membrane. Heat penetration through the membrane is a typically one good indicator of a good weld.

Location and positioning of anomalies in weld Data is important in identifying a location of a suspect weld.

A weld anomaly identified by an error positioned onto a satellite map.

Weld anomalies plotted by error symbols onto the roof.

Example .csv file

Using longitude and latitude positioning, the trackmyweld.com revolutionary GPS positioning of the weld data enables an inspector or an operator to go back and inspect a weld where a potential weld anomaly may have occurred.

Go to: WWW.TRACKMYWELD.COM

Upload .CSV file from Seam Rover DD
Locate .csv File on your SD card or transfer to your computer.

Run Program by selecting UPLOAD SELECTED

You simply select The parameters you want to see plotted and the tolerance from their averages. You can unselect all or just pick the welding parameters important to you. It's that simple.

Note: Plotting onto a new construction may not have satellite image of current building updated.
The program will plot all of your data.

Pick the tolerance level from the average to identify potemtial weld anomalies on the roof.

Once anomalies have been plotted onto the satellite image, an inspector or operator may return to the roof to inspect a specific area of the roof. Please note that GPS coordinates are accurate to within 30 feet. GPS coordinate data can be supported by a documented number of feet welded data as well.

Data can then be stored, saved or shared for future warranty claim information.

Be sure to clear the SD Card for each job site or use a new SD card for different jobs sites.

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