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    Up-Date Stand Alone: Oxy-Arc Underwater Burning Training Course

      Oxy-Arc Burning can be done safely!


      Almost every diving job in the field has Burning Gear standing-by to be used! Yet few are trained to use it properly!


    I will be receiving the Printed Copies for Review on the 17th or 18th this month. Most divers will never have the chance to be taught to burn properly, they will learn in the field as most of us have. Hopeful the way I've put this manual together, they can buy it and learn how not to kill themselves, even when surrounded by a team that knows less than they do.  The smart ones will note that my e-mail address is in this course, the smart ones will ask what they don't understand. The attached pictures are ones I created to help make the point about: Why the Drag method: IF YOU'RE IN FRONT OF THE CUT WHEN AN EXPLOSION HAPPENS; Oxy-Arc Burning can be done safely!

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