4. Connects hoses from torch to regulator valves and cylinders of oxygen and specified fuel gas, acetylene or natural. 5. Turns valves to start flow of gases, lights flame, and adjusts pressure and mixture of gases to obtain desired color and size of flame. 6. Brushes flux onto joint of workpiece or dips braze rod into flux to prevent oxidation of metal. 7. Guides torch and rod along joint or seam of workpiece to heat to brazing temperature and melt braze alloy to bond workpieces together. 8. Examines seam and re-brazes defective joints. May braze together broken parts and cover holes to repair leaks. 9. May specialize in bonding parts with soft solder and be designated Solderer, Torch (welding) II. 10. May melt and separate brazed joints, using hand torch or furnace, remove and straighten components, and re-braze joints to repair misaligned or damaged assemblies and be designated Brazer, Repair And Salvage (welding). REQUIREMENTS: • • •
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