DYK 2019-006
By Chad Koens

Did you know that gas flames produce infrared radiation?

Gas flames produce infrared radiation, which may have a harmful effect on the skin and especially on the eyes. Proper eye protection is vital to prevent permanent retinal damage.

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Rail cutting with a Harris torch
By Harris Products Group

How to properly light, adjust and shut down an oxy–acetylene torch

Lighting, adjusting and shutting down an oxygen-acetylene torch is easy – especially when following the proper procedures. In addition to these easy to follow instructions, you must always be sure to follow the torch manufacturer's operating procedures.

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titanium cutting image
By Mike Baglier

Did you know that you can cut titanium with an oxy-fuel torch?

Did you know that you can cut titanium with an oxy-fuel torch? It's possible, with the right equipment and know-how.

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By Doug Perry

What is the difference between A, B and C welding hoses?

This blog looks at the difference between welding hose - hose size, connection size, and gas usage.

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Cutting metal with an oxy-fuel torch
By Harris Products Group

Can titanium be cut with an oxy-fuel torch?

Titanium can be cut with an oxy-fuel torch as long as you take certain precautions to protect yourself and your work area.

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Cutting with a Harris torch
By Harris Products Group

Will a Check Valve stop a Flashback?

A flashback is an uncontrolled flame that recesses back into your oxy-fuel gas equipment, upstream of the location where the gas is designed to mix. In order to have a flashback you must have oxygen and fuel mixed together.

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Machine cutting torches
By Harris Products Group

How to Use a Cutting Torch Tip Chart

Next to the manufacturer's operation manual and safety guidelines, the cutting tip chart is the next important printed advice for having a safe, great hand cutting torch experience. If you are having trouble lighting a torch, correctly adjusting the flame or the torch just will not stay lit, the cutting tip chart contains the most likely answers and is a good starting point.

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Harris two-stage regulator
By Harris Products Group

Two-Stage Regulators

The basic function of a gas pressure regulator is to reduce unusable high pressure from the source to a lower usable delivery pressure. Two-stage regulators are designed to lower the high pressure in two stages. They require less readjustment and provide a more constant delivery pressure despite changes in inlet pressure. They are exceptionally well suited for high pressure cylinder applications.

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Harris regulators at SkillsUSA
By Harris Products Group

Acetylene vs. Alternate Fuel Characteristics

When selecting between acetylene and alternate fuels, there are several factors that need to be evaluated. While cost is certainly a consideration, it's also important to know the characteristics of each gas. Choosing the wrong fuel gas for your application could end up costing you more in the long run. Here are some important characteristics of both gas types to help you make the best choice.

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Pipeline regulator with gas cutting torch
By Harris Products Group

What's the Difference between a Pipeline and Station Regulator?

There is little difference between a pipeline regulator and station regulator other than the inlet fitting. Learn the reasons why this change was implemented, and how it keeps you safe.

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