acetylene cutting

acetylene cutting

[ə′sed·əl‚ēn ′kət·iŋ]
(engineering)
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He proposed paying for it through private donations, and estimated it would cost about $5,000 to buy the truck, get it outfitted, and buy equipment such as stretchers, cots, acetylene cutting torches, salvage covers and first-aid supplies.
When calcium in the The with newspaper kept like Calcium moisture and produces The substance ripening Acetylene cutting -can comes flame IT'S the perfect season to dig into luscious mangoes, but think twice before you reach out for the king of fruits.
Four burglars used acetylene cutting equipment to break into the warehouse.
A T&G review found that, more than two years later, the unnamed business run by Sam Opoku of Worcester still did not have a permit from the Fire Department for use of an acetylene cutting torch, nor did it have a required Class III salvage car dealer's license from the town.
BMCG is an ideal substitute for acetylene cutting gas due to its comparatively low oxygen consumption and safe operation.
Firefighters were called to Clockmill Road, Dunston, in Gateshead, at 11.40am yesterday when acetylene cutting equipment caught fire in a fabrication shop.
I had an acetylene cutting torch and welder once, but never did much welding with it.
Next they used acetylene cutting gear to try to take the safe door off but are believed to have then et fire to the money inside.