Origin of oxyacetylene
Examples from the Web for oxyacetylene
Historical Examples of oxyacetylene
But if the heat be applied by the oxyacetylene flame that will not happen.
Oxyacetylene equipment has found application, owing to its portability.
The oxyacetylene flame is concentrated upon a small pellet of ceria, which provides a brilliant source of small dimensions.
Hotter even than oxyhydrogen is the oxyacetylene flame, which at its hottest point reaches nearly 3500 C.
- a mixture of oxygen and acetylene; used in a blowpipe for cutting or welding metals at high temperatures
- (as modifier)an oxyacetylene burner