I had to use an oxyacetylene torch to carefully heat the three spots where I needed to drill and tap.
What does OAT stand for?
OAT stands for Oxyacetylene Torch
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Metal shears, a drill press, a metal lathe, forming stakes and an oxyacetylene torch are strategically placed around the work space and she uses them to create jewelry that "has a life of its own.
The crooks used an oxyacetylene torch to break into a haulage yard on Lower Quarry Road, Bradley, just after midnight on Saturday.
Phillips held the ladder while his partner climbed to the top, arranged the oxyacetylene torch, and burnt through the cable.
Detective Constable Danny Hargraves said yesterday: "It was very secure and you would need disc cutters or an oxyacetylene torch to get in.
This clean ring is needed so that the welder can cut the joint in half with an oxyacetylene torch without having asbestos fibers or coal tar vapors expose the welder or be emitted to the environment.
Some of the lads were using an oxyacetylene torch to cut out some pipes.
With standard machines, preheating heavy aluminum to 200 F with an oxyacetylene torch is important because aluminum is such a good conductor, transferring heat away from the weld.