Anyone here have to weld in a confined space? I do. The smallest is about 20' long and 3.5 meters in diameter. The ozone generation from the MIG weld is off the freaking chart and I have to wear a supplied breathing air hood. Just a whiff or two of this level of ozone makes me sick for weeks! How many of you are exposed to high levels of ozone at your jobs? Most doctors know nothing or very little about the dangers of this stuff. It causes almost an AIDS like effect on your respiratory system; thank goodness it's temporary, but it will make you catch any respiratory ailment that you are exposed to for a few weeks. I had to research all this myself on the internet. My saftey department dropped the ball real bad on this stuff.
BEWARE if you are welding in a confined space. Some of you new guys haven't had to go through the extensive training and meetings that some of us old timers have.
Remember that Argon is heavier than air and will displace oxygen in a hole or confined space. You will never even know that something is wrong untill you are alying flat on the ground, dying from the ****.
All right, I'll get off of the soap box and let someone else get up here.
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