Hard-
Surfacing,
Building
Fusion
Welding
Carbon
Welding Non-Ferrous Metals
Heating
& Heat
Treating
Braze
Welding
Welding Cast Iron Welding Ferrous Metals
Brazing
&
Soldering
Equipment
Set-Up
Operation
Equipment
For
OXY-Acet
Structure
of
Steel
Mechanical
Properties
of Metals
Oxygen
&
Acetylene
OXY-Acet
Flame
Physical
Properties
of Metals
How Steels
Are
Classified
Expansion
&
Contraction
Prep
For
Welding
OXY-Acet
Welding
& Cutting
Safety
Practices
Manual
Cutting
Oxygen
Cutting By
Machine
Appendices
Testing
&
Inspecting
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WARNING: Protect yourself and others. Read and understand this tag.
FUMES AND GASES can harm your health. HEAT RAYS (INFRARED RADIATION from the flame or hot metal) can injure eyes. NOISE can damage hearing. n Read and understand the manufacturers’ instructions and your employer’s safety practices. n Keep your head out of the fumes. Do not breathe fumes and gases caused by the flame. Use enough ventilation. The type andamount of fumes and gases depend on the equipment and supplies used. Air samples can be used to find out what respiratoryprotection is needed. n Wear correct ear, eye, and body protection. n Prevent fires. n Send equipment in need of repair to maintain UL listing. n To learn more about SAFETY AND HEALTH read the manufacturers’ literature; form 2035 ”Precautions and Safe Practices for Gas Welding, Cutting, and Heating”; OSHA Title 29 CFR 1910 from the Govt. Printing Office; and American National Standard Z49.1,”Safety in Welding and Cutting” available from the American Welding Society, P.O. Box 351040, Miami, FL 33135. FIRST AID: IN CASE OF EMERGENCY – Call for medical aid. Employ First Aid techniques recommended by the American Red Cross. IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT give oxygen. Call a physician. IN CASE OF EYE BURN call a physician. If Removed, Save This Tag. Be sure it is read by all users of this product. FOR INDUSTRY USE ONLY