acetylene welding

acetylene welding

[ə′sed·əl‚ēn ′weld·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
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The most common application technique where powder welding is used is oxy acetylene welding, owing to its cost-effective nature.
Furthermore, the bill seeks to ensure that the liquefied natural gas business is not carried out in a vicinity of inflammable materials such as acetylene welding operations, naked flames and mobile phone devices.
The worker waited forlornly at the edge of the steel frame until a coworker handed him an acetylene welding torch for him to proceed to weld parts of the steel frame.
Out of a field of students from 15 high schools, Bryson Anson took first place in the all-around competition; John Player won first place in the oxy- acetylene welding contest; and Colin Lahti took second place in 3D mechanical drafting.
A small fire had sprung from the hose assembly on acetylene welding equipment.
The man who always wanted to be an engineer and as a teenager went to a local blacksmith to learn acetylene welding grew up in Bolton.
Aberdare fire watch manager Dean Loader said the alarm was raised at the Veolia depot when a small fire broke out involving a valve assembly on acetylene welding equipment.