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Truck vs High Voltage

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№1 Author: miscellaneous (2 Nov 2011 08:58) Total user comments: 4179


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that's a bad day .... 34

he's right, don't watch that, ... OSHA says:

ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION

Ultraviolet radiation (UV) is generated by the electric arc in the welding process. Skin exposure to UV can result in severe burns, in many cases without prior warning. UV radiation can also damage the lens of the eye. Many arc welders are aware of the condition known as "arc-eye," a sensation of sand in the eyes. This condition is caused by excessive eye exposure to UV. Exposure to ultraviolet rays may also increase the skin effects of some industrial chemicals (coal tar and cresol compounds, for example).

INFRARED RADIATION

Exposure to infrared radiation (IR), produced by the electric arc and other flame cutting equipment may heat the skin surface and the tissues immediately below the surface. Except for this effect, which can progress to thermal burns in some situations, infrared radiation is not dangerous to welders. Most welders protect themselves from IR (and UV) with a welder's helmet (or glasses) and protective clothing.

INTENSE VISIBLE LIGHT

Exposure of the human eye to intense visible light can produce adaptation, pupillary reflex, and shading of the eyes. Such actions are protective mechanisms to prevent excessive light from being focused on the retina. In the arc welding process, eye exposure to intense visible light is prevented for the most part by the welder's helmet. However, some individuals have sustained retinal damage due to careless "viewing" of the arc. At no time should the arc be observed without eye protection.
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№2 Author: Gyselinck (2 Nov 2011 12:46) Total user comments: 3133


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№3 Author: Eek-a (2 Nov 2011 13:55) Total user comments: 315


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Shoot man dang old sky volts gone busted my truck
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№4 Author: mahedi (6 Nov 2011 19:22) Total user comments: 10772


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№5 Author: raymond.wendt (21 Nov 2011 02:15) Total user comments: 9115


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hard to believe it didn't trip a fuse or breaker somewhere. that's crazy!
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