Autogenous Welding and Cutting

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McGraw-Hill book Company, Incorporated, 1915 - Welding - 157 pages
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Page 135 - The principal patent protects a process for the welding of metal with the use of a flux consisting of a mixture of alkali chlorides.
Page 2 - Hydrogen gas is a chemical element which exists in nature, in great quantities, in various chemical combinations.
Page 3 - The temperature of a hydrogen-oxygen flame can never go higher than the dissociation temperature of water which is estimated at 2000 C.
Page 9 - I pound of carbide the temperature of the water will be raised to the boiling point and steam will be formed which will reduce the active amount of water in the generator.
Page 127 - It has a specific gravity of 8.8 and a melting point of 1084 C.

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