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d. Everyone

a. 32-1064

b. 91-12

c. Report safety, fire and health hazards.

a. Poor housekeeping

a. All mishaps.

c. Hearing Conservation Program

d. Isolate systems that exceed noise limits.

a. 300 volts

a. 8 feet

b. Wearing loose clothing

b. Blisters appearing on the first layer of skin.

d. Cold water 10 minutes

c. Cover the burned area with a dry sterile dressing to decrease heat loss.

a. Inlet

c. Reduced pressure device.

d. Reduced pressure backflow preventer.

b. Standard, Extra Strong

a. Plastic, steel, iron and copper.

d. Connect large pipe to valves, equipment for ease of component replacement.

a. End-to-end measurement method.

b. 1/4 turn

a. 1/8 to 2 inches.

c. 8 inches

c. 3 1/2 turns.

d. Male threads.

b. Two more turns.

b. Design pipe bends or loops into the system.

d. Wall thickness.

b. ACR

c. Aluminum

b. Flare and sweat.

a. Miter box

c. Lever type bender.

a. Ream tubing, apply flaring block, extend tubing in block twice the wall thickness, apply clamp, flare tubing until it reaches 75% of the flare nut seat.

c. Twice the wall thickness.

d. Prevent twisting of the tubing.

c. Fitting, nut and ferrule.

c. 15 psi

d. Prevent oxidation.

d. Diameter of the tube.

c. Uniform flow of alloy resulting in high strength.

a. Solvent

b. Help the silver alloy to flow freely.

a. A small fillet forming at the face ofthe joint.

d. Turn the handwheel counterclockwise.

b. Solid wedge.

a. Gate.

c. Needle

a. Check.

d. Horizontal and vertical.

c. Safety

d. Working temperaturesof the system.

c. 213°F and 221°F

c. One and one-half turn.

a. Acetylene connections have left handed threads and oxygen connections have right handed threads.

a. Soapy water

c. Packing gland nut.

d. Hose splice.

a. One part acetylene to one part oxygen.

c. 5850°F

a. Acetylene torch valve.

d. High pitched whistle.

a. A torch wrench.

d. Occasional cutting of lighter sections.

a. A damaged tip seat.

b. Kerf.

d. Low and medium carbon steels.

c. Metal composition.