Calories Burned Welding

Welding includes machine tooling, machining, working sheet metal, machine fitter, operating lathe, welding in general. Underwater welding is not included being specialized. Calories burned are averaged. To find the calories for light-to-moderate welding go to the next lower weight category. For heavier work use the next higher weight category. This will give you a more accurate result.

Also bear in mind your working conditions. If you are hot and sweating you will naturally burn more calories. If welding is a hobby for you, ie you are not doing it all day every day then Calories Burned Welding DIY will be more accurate.

Calories Burned in 8 hours

  • Weight 100lb:1143
  • Weight 120lb:1372
  • Weight 125lb:1429
  • Weight 150lb:1715
  • Weight 175lb:2000
  • Weight 200lb:2286
  • Weight 250lb:2858
  • Weight 300lb:3429

  • Calories Burned in 6 hours

  • Weight 100lb:857
  • Weight 120lb:1029
  • Weight 125lb:1072
  • Weight 150lb:1286
  • Weight 175lb:1500
  • Weight 200lb:1715
  • Weight 250lb:2143
  • Weight 300lb:2572

  • Calories Burned in 12 hours

  • Weight 100lb:1715
  • Weight 120lb:2057
  • Weight 125lb:2143
  • Weight 150lb:2572
  • Weight 175lb:3001
  • Weight 200lb:3429
  • Weight 250lb:4286
  • Weight 300lb:5144

  • Calories Burned in 1 hour

  • Weight 100lb:143
  • Weight 120lb:171
  • Weight 125lb:179
  • Weight 150lb:214
  • Weight 175lb:250
  • Weight 200lb:286
  • Weight 250lb:357
  • Weight 300lb:429

  • Calories Burned in 2 hours

  • Weight 100lb:286
  • Weight 120lb:343
  • Weight 125lb:357
  • Weight 150lb:429
  • Weight 175lb:500
  • Weight 200lb:572
  • Weight 250lb:714
  • Weight 300lb:857

  • Calories Burned in 4 hours

  • Weight 100lb:572
  • Weight 120lb:686
  • Weight 125lb:714
  • Weight 150lb:857
  • Weight 175lb:1000
  • Weight 200lb:1143
  • Weight 250lb:1429
  • Weight 300lb:1715