The process in which metal is used to cut using two guesses Oxy gas cutting
A device used to control the flow of gases in or out of a container Cylinder valve
A grinder or torch maybe used to make this type of cut Bevelcut
A device with two gauges and controls the flow of gases Regulator
To combine with oxygen Oxidize
To remove foreign objects or particles Purge
A waste by product in welding or cutting Slag
A component of the fire triangle Heat
A container used for guesses Cylinder
A characteristic for oxygen Tasteless
A type of cutting gas Acetylene
A safety device to prevent flashbacks Check valve
Never use on fittings Oil
A component of the fire triangle Oxygen
A type of cutting gas Propane
The function of oxygen Blows out
How to test for leaks Soapy water
A cause of backfire Dirty tip
A type of flame Neutral
A characteristic of oxygen Odorless
A type of cutting guess Mapp
A device that holds the cutting tip Tipnut
A component of the fire triangle Fuel
An act of Burning Combustion
A type of flame Oxidizing flame
A type of frame Carburizing
A valve used to control your flame Preheat
Pounds per square inch is abbreviated PSI
A fitting to allow the gas to flow to the regulator Inlet
Before for opening cylinders adjusting screw should be Loose
Used to light the torch Flint lighter
Used to mark metal Soap stone
Colorless gas widely used as a fuel and chemical building block, smells like garlic. Acetylene
metal-joining process which joints two pieces of base metal when braze; melted metallic filler which flows across the joint and cools to form a solid bond Brazing
flame which burns at a low temperature and can add extra carbon to welds because the flame contains more acetylene than oxygen CarburizingFlame
mechanical device which allows gas to flow in only one direction CheckValve
torch head used to cut materials CuttingTorch
piece of high carbon or alloyed steel from which sparks are struck FlintStyleStriker
scoop or force something out of its position Gouging
also called an equal-pressure torch, simply mixes the two gases used for oxyfuel welding Injector Torch
flame in which the amount of oxygen is just enough for burning NeutralFlame
also called a flashback arrestor, prevents the shock waves from coming back up the hoses and entering the cylinder NonReturnValve
flame produced with an excessive amount of oxygen compared to acetylene; is rarely used OxidizingFlame
abbreviation for pounds per square inch; measurement used for air pressure PSI
used to control pressure from the tanks to the required pressure in each hose Regulator
type of torch used to heat metal RoseBudTorch
part welder holds and uses to make a weld Torches
torch head used to weld metals WeldingTorch
A blowpipe by which metal is preheated with a flame and then oxidized rapidly and removed by a jet of oxygen issuing centrally through the preheating flame. cutting torch
An oxygen storage vessel oxygen tank
a colorless pungent-smelling hydrocarbon gas, which burns with a bright flame, used in welding and formerly in lighting acetylene
This goes on the tanks after your done with them Cap
join together (metal pieces or parts) by heating the surfaces to the point of melting using a blowtorch, electric arc, or other means, and uniting them by pressing, hammering, etc welding
a piece cut off from something, especially what remains when something is being trimmed or prepared cutting
An acetylene storage vessel acetylene tank
a gauge for measuring air pressure air pressure gauge
Flow control regulators and conserving devices are pressure reducing devices designed to regulate or lower oxygen pressure from a cylinder to levels that can be safely used by the patient oxygen valve
is a type of tool used to safely light ignitable fuels striker
The physical gap between the end of the electrode and the base metal. The physical gap causes heat due to resistance of current flow and arc rays Arc
An arc welding process that melts and joins metals by heating them with an arc, between a covered metal electrode and the work SMAW
Notched hose acetylene hose
green hose oxygen hose
Which way do you turn the oxygen handle? left
Determines the flow of oxygen into the hose oxygen regulator
Open all the way oxygen valve
Turn on 1/4 turn only acetylene valve
a solid or hollow body, object, or part having the shape of cylinder
Oxy-fuel welding (commonly called oxyacetylene welding, oxy welding, or gas welding in the U.S.) and oxy-fuel cutting are processes that use fuel gases and oxygen to weld and cut metals, respectively. welding torch
Do not exceed this PSI using Acetylene Fifteen
Opens the tank Valve
Shade of lens needed when oxyacetylene welding Five
On oxygen tank valve to release pressure in an emergency safety disc
Melt in the event of a fire on acetylene tank Fusible plugs
Used to restrict amount of flow from tanks into the hoses Regulator
supplies gas from the regulator to the torch hose
Color of oxygen hose green
Color of acetylene hose red
Used to protect a cylinder during transport cap
Final piece on the torch tip
Set oxygen to this PSI Ten
Set acetylene to this PSI when welding Five
You weld in this when oxyacetylene welding Hotzone
Oxyacetylene welding is mainly for _________metals. Ferrous
When fire enters the tip of your torch Flashback
Use this with water to check for connection leaks soap
Use this to light your torch Stricker
Use these to clear a plugged nozzle Tip cleaner
Turn valve __________to open. Counter Clockwise
Turn valves ______________ to close. clockwise
Turn adjustable screws on regulators ___________________to increase pressure. Clockwise
Use a _______________to protect your arms and clothes. Welding Jacket
Turn on ______________first when lighting your torch. acetylene
tungsten inert gas
metal inert gas
Cutting tip-is where the oxygen and the fuel mix to cause a reaction that results in a flame
Cutting attachment head- is two chambers that that the gas and oxygen move throw to get to the tip of the torch.
Secondary oxygen lever- is the lever at the top of the torch where the cutting attachment goes in helps to control the oxygen flow to the cutting tip.
Cutting oxygen lever- while cutting this lever is pushed all the way down to help push the flame trough the metal to be sure that the metal is being cut.
Torch body- this is where the oxygen and the fuel connect to the torch.
Torch Acetylene valve- where the fuel enters the torch it is left handed treaded.
Torch oxygen valve- is where the oxygen enters the torch.
Oxygen hose- green in color attached to the oxygen battle.
Acetylene hose- is red in color attached to the acetylene battle.
Oxygen safety valve- is the valve that is on the top of the oxygen bottle that keeps the oxygen in the bottle.
Oxygen cylinder valve- is where you turn on the cylinder and the oxygen comes out of the bottle.
Oxygen regulator- regulates how much oxygen presser in the hose and the cylinder.
Acetylene cylinder valve- where you turn the acetylene on and off
Acetylene regulator- regulates the pressure that is in the hose and lets you know how much acetylene is in the bottle.
Cylinder support- supports the bottles to keep them from moving or falling that would cause an accident.
Oxygen cylinder- the bottle that holds the oxygen.
Acetylene cylinder- the bottle that holds the acetylene. This bottle will be smaller than the oxygen bottle.
Oxygen cylinder cap- goes on the oxygen bottle and protects the valve form being damaged. Its right handed traded
Acetylene cylinder cap- protects the acetylene valve and is left handed treaded.