Flashcards in Oxy-Fuel Equipment Cutting Test Deck (25)
What fuel gas is most frequently used?
A combination torch is used for cutting only. t or f?
If acetylene is used in a tip with more than eight preheat holes or in a two-piece tip the cutting tip will overheat and explode. t or f?
A cutting torch is used for cutting, welding and heating. t or f
Most hand torches can cut metal up to seven inches thick. t or f
It is possible to cut steel that is four feet thick. t or f
Acetylene should be used in a two-piece cutting tip. t or f?
Acetylene cutting tips should be one piece with 1 to 6 preheat holes. T or F?
The chance of a flashback is less with low pressure regulator settings that with high pressure settings. t or f?
The oxyfuel gas cutting torch works as a result of the metal being rapidly melted. t or f?
Hard slag is easier than soft slag to remove. t or f?
Distortion is not a problem if the correct fuel gas is used. t or f?
By looking at the drag lilnes in a cut, you can determine whether the cut was made correctly or incorrectly. t or f?
The two major methods for controlling distortion while make a cut is making two parallel cuts at the same time and speed and making a short cut and skipping a strip to keep the plate from separating. t or f?
The advantage of a combination welding and cutting torch is it can be used for cutting, welding, and heating. t or f
When cutting thick, round, dirty, or rusty, metals it is not necessary to use more preheat flames. t or f?
Oxygen is turned on while a welder is cleaning a tip to blow out debris. t or f?
A welder can correctly set the gas pressure without a chart by watching the flame. t or f?
If a metal is to be cut by oxyfuel gas cutting process the metal must have the ability to be oxidized. t or f?
Rust because of
What is a material left after a cut?
What is a temperature that a material will burn called?
the width of a cut a torch makes
pounds of pressure gas