Welding process in which the heat required for fusion is provided by the burning of an acetylene and oxygen mixture in the end of the torch.
Instrument burning gas to produce a flame of a given shape and intensity; it is used to weld and cut metal.
Flexible tube bringing gas from the cylinder to the torch.
Oxygen is the gas used to make the acetylene burn.
As acetylene burns at very high temperatures (6,000°F), it is used in steel and metal work, where a high temperature must be attained quickly.
Device placed at the outlet port of each cylinder; it lowers and stabilizes the gas pressure reaching the torch.
Support for the welding material, on wheels for easy moving.