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  • Welding or Cutting Hoses a. Do not allow hoses to come in contact with oil or grease. These will penetrate and deteriorate the rubber and constitute a hazard with oxygen. b. Always protect hoses from being walked on or run over. Avoid kinks and tangles. Do not leave hoses where anyone can trip over... Read more >>
  • Oxygen and Oxygen Production Oxygen and Oxygen Production a. * Oxygen* is a colorless, tasteless, odorless gas that is slightly heavier than air. It is nonflammable but will support combustion with other elements. In its free state, oxygen is one of the most common elements. The atmosphere is made up of approximately 21 parts of... Read more >>
  • Welding Oxyfuel Working Pressure The required working pressure increases as the tip orifice increases. The relation between the tip number and the diameter of the orifice may vary with different manufacturers. However, the smaller number always indicates the smaller diameter. For the approximate relation between the tip number and the required oxygen and acetylene... Read more >>
  • Setting up Oxyacetylene Welding Equipment WARNING Always have suitable fire extinguishing equipment at hand when doing any welding. When setting up setting up oxyacetylene welding equipment, it is important that all operations be performed systematically in order to avoid mistakes and possible trouble. The setting up procedures given in a through d below will assure... Read more >>
  • Stationary Oxyacetylene Welding Equipment Stationary oxyacetylene welding equipment is installed where welding operations are conducted in a fixed location. Oxygen and acetylene are provided in the welding area as outlined below. Oxygen. Oxygen is obtained from a number of cylinders manifolded and equipped with a master regulator. The regulator and manifold control the pressure... Read more >>