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OATOperational Assessment Team
OATOverseas Adventure Travel (Grand Circle Travel)
OATOf All Time
OATOperating Ambient Temperature
OATOptometry Admission Test
OATOutside Air Temperature
OATOverall Test
OATObligations Assimilables du Trésor (French treasury bond)
OATOxygen Atom Transfer
OATOperational Acceptance Testing (product performance)
OATOffice for the Advancement of Telehealth
OATOrnithine Aminotransferase (deficiency)
OATOhio Achievement Tests
OATOperational Air Traffic
OATOperational Acceptance Test
OATOxford Aviation Training
OATOrganic Additive Technology (car engines coolant)
OATOffice of Aerospace Technology
OATOffice of Appropriate Technology (California)
OATOpen Access Transmission
OATOxyacetylene Torch
OATOtherwise Applicable Tariff (regulated utilities rate schedules)
OATOn Another Topic
OATOffshore Assault Team
OATOxide-Aligned Transistor
OATOptional Application Tape
OATOrbit Adjust Thruster
OATOpposite Angle Theorem
OATOrleans Arena Theatre (Orleans, MA; later, Orleans Academy Theatre)
OATOn-Air Test
OATOptimal Adaptive Transmission
OATOptically post-Amplified Transmitter (Bellcore)
OATOn Approved Terms
OATOligo-Asthéno-Tératospermie (French; male infertility disorder)
OATOffice of Applied Technology
OATOrganic Acid Type (coolant)
OATOptically Amplified Transmission (Lucent)
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One torch cutter had cadmium overexposure, and excess CO was associated with workers using oxyacetylene torches and gasoline-powered saws.
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.
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.
Two years ago, a Japanese researcher even reported being able to deposit diamond films onto cooled metal surfaces held in the flame of an oxyacetylene torch -- a $250 welding tool.