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Welding Power Point Halton Auto Mike Tew. Oxygen Regulator Pressure 20PSI- 35PSI Tall Green Tanks Power behind the flame High Pressure Tank volume 2500PSI.

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1 Welding Power Point Halton Auto Mike Tew

2 Oxygen Regulator Pressure 20PSI- 35PSI Tall Green Tanks Power behind the flame High Pressure Tank volume 2500PSI

3 Acetylene Regulator Pressure 4-5 PSI Tanks must stay standing up. If lose of acetone, pressures can become unstable Red small tank Lighting fuel Low pressure Tank volume 250PSI 21 PSI is when it Becomes the danger zone

4 Safety First

5 Dangers

6 Changing tips Welding tip Demo Cutting tip Demo Never tighten tip on with a wrench Hand tight No oil, grease or lube Cutting tip handle (tip nut) must be tightened with wrench Flash backs at handles not at tanks (will not allow flash back to destroy lines)

7 Cutting and Welding

8 Checking for leaks Order the proper torch solvent to check for leaks Never use soap and water Soap contains oils and can make the tanks dangerous Turn thanks on (handles off) prime lines Close tank valves (leave lines primed for mins) If regulator pressures drops you have a leak Spray and check for bubbles

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10 Lighting and shut down A before O or up you can go When the torches are shut down like this you reduce the chance of having the high pressure gas rush back on the low pressure gas creating an unstable mixture Demo

11 Neutral Flame 5000 plus degree (neutral flame) Metal melts at 2500 degree Kindeling temp 1400 degree (ignition temp)

12 Cutting To properly cut the material needs Iron Cutting is really Oxidizing Keep tips clean Dangers Oxy (high pressure gas) has the possibility to push back up the Acet (low pressure gas) making it become unstable. Don’t rest tip on material when cutting Hissing sound is bad (to hot oxidizing flame)

13 Brazing A-O Equal pressures 7 Acet – 7 Oxy (neutral flame) Light Acet, till smoke crisps Add Oxy Flame temp 5000 plus degree Perg lines every time

14 Mig

15 Welding Basic Set ups Weld by sound (bacon and eggs) Too little Amps gun will pop Too much volts gun will burn wire in tip Too find the proper relationship start with AMPS HIGH and bring it down to a proper buzz Tip 45 Degree 4mm of material Never perg you mig gas (leave in line, so moisture can not rust inside liner)

16 Polarity Flow of current - to + Straight line (DCSP) + to – Reverse line (DCRP) Know what % is in your hand Mig 70% + to – (DCRP) Tig the ground (materile) melts (DCSP) Toungston is in hand (-) 30% Stick + to - (hand melts) AC machines are junk

17 DCSP

18 Mig DCRP

19 TIG


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