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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Which of the following phrases describes slurry blasting?

A surface preparation method using pressurized air to propel abrasive in water
Application of cementitious fireproofing material to structural steel
A surface preparation method that employs a water ring around the nozzle of an air-abrasive blasting system
Water blasting that employs ultra-high pressure

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Breathing grade compressed air (Grade D as specified by the Compressed Gas Association) must contain what percentage of oxygen by volume?

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