Air-Acetylene Torch Rubric

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{{Cb}} Troubleshoot a torch that is not working
{{Cb}} Troubleshoot a torch that is not working
{{Cb}} Explain and demonstrate a working pressure
{{Cb}} Explain and demonstrate a working pressure
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⌊ Student Name
⌊ Instructor Name
Pass ☐
Fail ☐
⌊ Date of Oxy-Acetylene Torches test  (m / d / y)
⌊ Instructor Signature

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Point out the following tool features

☐ Tank key and valve stem
☐ Regulator Key
☐ Tank pressure dial
☐ Line pressure dial
☐ Y adaptor
☐ Ventilation
☐ Valves

Demonstrate Safe Operation

☐ Set up the area ready to solder
☐ Ignite the torch
☐ Take down the torch
☐ Change a torch tip
☐ Troubleshoot a torch that is not working
☐ Explain and demonstrate a working pressure

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