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GAS WELDING Work Area  Area Should be Clear and Free of Combustibles  Area Should Be well Ventilated  Fire Extinguishers Should Be Available  Area Should Be Free of Open Arcs or Flames  Fireproof Blankets and/or Screens Are Suggested 1 Personnel Protection  Wear Approved Eye Protection  Wear Flame Resistant Clothing  Wear Long Sleeves, Pocket Flaps and No Cuffs  Wear Approved Foot Gear  Wear Approved Hand Protection 2 Proper Eye Protection LENS SHADES SELECTION FOR OXYGEN FUEL
  GAS WELDING  Work Area  Area Should be Clear and Free of Combustibles  Area Should Be well Ventilated  Fire Extinguishers Should Be Available  Area Should Be Free of Open Arcs or Flames  Fireproof Blankets and/or Screens Are Suggested 1  P ersonnel P rotection  Wear Approved Eye P rotection  Wear Flame Resistant Clothing  Wear Long Sleeves, P ocket Flaps and No Cuffs  Wear Approved Foot Gear   Wear Approved Hand P rotection 2  P roper Eye P rotection 2 A *As a rule of thumb, start with a shade that is too dark to see the weld or cutting zone.Then go to a lighter shade, which gives sufficient view of the weld or cutting zone without going below the minimum.3-44-55-6345< 11´ to 6´  6Oxygen Fuel Gas Cutting2-42Air Fuel Gas Soldering3-53Oxygen Fuel Gas Brazing4-55-66-8456< 1/8´1/8´ to ½´> ½´Oxygen Fuel Gas WeldingRecommended ShadeNumber*Minimum ProtectiveShade number Material Size(inches)Operation LENS SHADES SELECTION FOR OXYGEN FUEL GAS APPLICATIONS
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