Arc Welding Safety Introduction to Metals. To prepare for arc welding, check to see that the contacts are a.Clean b.Secure c.Negative d.positive.

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  • Arc Welding SafetyIntroduction to Metals

  • To prepare for arc welding, check to see that the contacts areCleanSecureNegativepositive

  • To prepare for arc welding, check to see that the contacts areCleanSecureNegativepositive

  • Before the welder is turned on, it should beWarmed upWiped offCleanedGrounded

  • Before the welder is turned on, it should beWarmed upWiped offCleanedGrounded

  • Your instructor should be told if the arc welder getsHotQuietColdNoisy

  • Your instructor should be told if the arc welder getsHotQuietColdNoisy

  • A connected electrode should only come in contact withThe work tableYour gloved handsThe surface being weldedThe arc welder

  • A connected electrode should only come in contact withThe work tableYour gloved handsThe surface being weldedThe arc welder

  • Electrode stubs should beKept off the floorKicked under the machineryKept on the floorWashed off

  • Electrode stubs should beKept off the floorKicked under the machineryKept on the floorWashed off

  • You should wear your arc welding hoodWhen you weldWhen you watch someone else weldBoth a and bNone of the above

  • You should wear your arc welding hoodWhen you weldWhen you watch someone else weldBoth a and bNone of the above

  • Before you strike an arcTie your shoesWash your handsOpen up your boothWarn everyone else

  • Before you strike an arcTie your shoesWash your handsOpen up your boothWarn everyone else

  • If you need to adjust your face shielda. Turn off the machine and set the stinger in its holderCall for helpDo it with forceDont do it at all

  • If you need to adjust your face shieldTurn off the machine and set the stinger in its holderCall for helpDo it with forceDont do it at all

  • For heavy welding using large rods and high amperage, useA lighter, #14 lensA darker, #6 lensA darker, #12 lensA lighter, #8 lens

  • For heavy welding using large rods and high amperage, useA lighter, #14 lensA darker, #6 lensA darker, #12 lensA lighter, #8 lens

  • If you are using lower amperage and smaller diameter rods, useA #6 or #7 shade lensA #9 of #10 shade lensA #12 or #13 shade lensNone of the above

  • If you are using lower amperage and smaller diameter rods, useA #6 or #7 shade lensA #9 of #10 shade lensA #12 or #13 shade lensNone of the above

  • The best time to wear safety glasses in the shop isAt all timesIn the morningWhen you leaveWhen you are not welding

  • The best time to wear safety glasses in the shop isAt all timesIn the morningWhen you leaveWhen you are not welding

  • When the arc welder is not being used, it should beKept warmLeft onTurned offPut on a shelf

  • When the arc welder is not being used, it should beKept warmLeft onTurned offPut on a shelf

  • It is acceptable to weld without a helmet.

  • It is acceptable to weld without a helmet.FALSE, you must always wear a helmet with a #10 or #12 shade lens

  • It is acceptable to weld while standing in water as long as the welder is grounded.

  • It is acceptable to weld while standing in water as long as the welder is grounded.FALSE, never weld where you or the equipment could be exposed to water

  • It is not necessary to wear safety glasses if you are wearing a helmet.

  • It is not necessary to wear safety glasses if you are wearing a helmet.FALSE, you must always wear safety glasses in the metals lab

  • Gloves should always be worn when welding.

  • Gloves should always be worn when welding.TRUE

  • It is acceptable to start welding without warning others who are nearby.

  • It is acceptable to start welding without warning others who are nearby.FALSE, you must always warn others by saying welding before striking an arc

  • It is acceptable to weld using a #10 lens in your helmet.

  • It is acceptable to weld using a #10 lens in your helmet.TRUE

  • It is acceptable to weld in a t-shirt as long as you have on gauntlet gloves.

  • It is acceptable to weld in a t-shirt as long as you have on gauntlet gloves.FALSE, you must wear either cotton or leather long sleeves

  • It is acceptable to weld in dirty or greasy clothes.

  • It is acceptable to weld in dirty or greasy clothes.FALSE, clothes should be clean and free of frayed material

  • Safety glasses should be worn when chipping slag.

  • Safety glasses should be worn when chipping slag.TRUE, safety glasses should be worn at all times

  • A ventilation fan should always be turned on when welding.

  • A ventilation fan should always be turned on when welding.TRUE

  • How are flash burns caused and how can they be prevented?

  • How are flash burns caused and how can they be prevented?They are caused when you look at the welding arc without a helmetWear a helmet with a #10 or #12 shade lens

  • What temperature is an arc?

  • What temperature is an arc?10,000 FThe temperature of the SUN

  • What are two rules for welding around flammables?

  • What are two rules for welding around flammables?Dont unless absolutely necessaryMake sure they are shielded from sparks

  • Describe the type of clothing a person should wear when arc welding.

  • Describe the type of clothing a person should wear when arc welding.Long sleevesHard, smooth materialLeather shoesGauntlet glovesNo cuffs or jewelryHelmetcap / head bandSafety glasses

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