Oxy-Fuel Torch Cutting
Oxy-fuel cutting uses oxygen and a fuel gas such as acetylene or propane to cut through metals.
In addition to an in-class session where participants will examine the fundamentals of safe
oxy-fuel torch cutting, a practical component will offer participants the opportunity to learn and
practice how to cut metal safely and effectively.
- Fundamentals of combustion
- Proper handling of compressed gas cylinders
- Inspection, setup and testing oxy-fuel equipment
- Torch design
- Reverse flow of gases
- Backfire and flashback
- Regulator burnouts
- Equipment checklists
If you meet the above requirements and are interested – LiUNA Local 506 Members can apply directly from the Member Portal