All the Pews on One Arrow

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Oxy-Fuel Cutting Test Answers

1. d 2. b 3. a 4. b 5. a 6. a 7. b 8. a 9. b 10. b 11. b 12. b 13. a 14. a 15. a 16. b 17. a 18. a 19. a 20. d 21. c 22. a 23. b 24. c 25. a
Oxy-Fuel Equipment Cutting Test-KEY
1. What fuel gas is most frequently used?
a. Mapp b. Propane c. Natural Gas d. Acetylene

2. A combination torch is used for cutting only a. True b. False

3. 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.

a. True b. False

4. A cutting torch is used for cutting, welding, and heating.

a. True b. False

5. Most hand torches can cut metal up to seven inches thick.

a. True b. False

6. It is possible to cut steel that is four feet thick.

a. True b. False

7. Acetylene should be used in a two-piece cutting tip.

a. True b. False

8. Acetylene cutting tips should be one piece with 1 to 6 preheat holes.

a. True b. False

9. The chance of a flashback is less with low pressure regulator settings that with high pressure settings. a. True b. False

10. The oxyfuel gas cutting torch works as a result of the metal being rapidly melted. a. True b. False

11. Hard slag is easier than soft slag to remove.

a. True b. False

12. Distortion is not a problem if the correct fuel gas is used.

a. True b. False

13. By looking at the drag lines in a cut, you can determine whether the cut was made correctly or incorrectly.

a. True b. False

14. 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.

a. True b. False

15. The advantaged of a combination welding and cutting…...

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