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com Copyright © 2008 by Thermadyne Industries Inc. Conductor Tube Alignment Fixture Installation and Operation Guide Instruction Manual Number SM-QCT-1 Published by: Tweco® Products Inc. accident. Publication Date: November 11. 2008 Record the following information for Warranty purposes: Where Purchased: ________________________ Purchase Date: ________________________ Equipment Serial #: ________________________ i . The publisher does not assume and hereby disclaims any liability to any party for any loss or damage caused by any error or omission in this Manual. ® All rights reserved. 2800 Airport Road Denton. While the information contained in this Manual represents the Manufacturer’s best judgment. ! WARNING ! Read and understand this entire Manual and your employer’s safety practices before installing. whether such error results from negligence.tweco. in whole or in part. without written permission of the publisher is prohibited. Reproduction of this work. operating. the Manufacturer assumes no liability for its use. or any other cause. TX 76208 (940) 566-2000 www. or servicing the equipment.

..........................02 Principal Safety Standards.....................................................................................................................................................................03 Safety and Health................................................................01 How to Use this Manual....... 5-11 ii QCT-1 ....................................................................................... 4-10 Statement of Warranty. 1-1 1.....2-4 2.............................................................................02 Receipt of Equipment.........................................................01 Welding Hazards....2-4 2........................................... 3-6 SECTION 4:REPLACEMENT PARTS..............................2-4 SECTION 3:INSTALLATION AND OPERATION.........................................1-3 1............................................................CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE Table of Contents SECTION 1:SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS......................1-3 SECTION 2:INTRODUCTION AND DESCRIPTION...............03 Introduction......1-1 1............................................................ 2-4 2..........................

and elevators away from any part of the electrical path. Misuse of this equipment and other unsafe practices can be hazardous. Do not touch live electrical parts. Always keep welding gloves dry and in good torches. Do not operate means.01 Welding Hazards 5. SMOKE. 9. means must be provided to prevent the operator from making accidental contact and local codes. Keep these instructions for future use. Do not service or repair with the high voltage by adequate insulation or other equipment with power on. equipment must be done by a qualified repair all electrodes should be removed from the electrode technician. electrode holders. and it is important that the operator(s) are aware of the dangers associated with working in these types of conditions. 7. the use of reliable automatic controls for reducing the no-load voltage WARNING is recommended to reduce shock hazard. Be certain that the operator(s) are trained in safe practices for environments in which they are expected to work and under competent supervision. Do not touch an electrode with bare skin and electrical source when not in use. equipment with protective insulators or covers removed. YOUR HEALTH. Keep oxygen cylinders. The welding and cutting process is used in many potentially dangerous environments such as elevated heights. Training and proper supervision are important for a safe work place. or electrodes in water. in hostile environments. Never immerse Mig-Guns. When welding is to be suspended for any substantial length of time. and direct current machines with the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70) higher than 100 volts. such as during lunch or overnight. hoists. ground at the same time. welding. 6. 10. cranes. 1. Additional recommended safety and operating information is referenced in each section. or trained personnel only. When engaged in alternating current. areas of limited ventilation. close quarters. The holder must be disconnected from the power 2. holder and the electrode holder carefully located so that accidental contact cannot occur. or cutting under wet conditions or warm surroundings where perspiration is a factor. around water. etc. All ground connections must be checked periodically to determine that they are mechanically strong and electrically adequate for the required current. condition. wire ropes. plasma torches. It is essential that the operator. supervisor and all other personnel in the work area are aware of the dangers of the welding or cutting process.. tig 3. CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE SECTION 1: SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS ! WARNING ! SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH may result if welding and cutting equipment is not properly installed. chains. supervisor and helper must read and understand the following safety warnings and instructions before installing or using any welding or cutting equipment. FUMES AND GASES CAN BE DANGEROUS TO 4. 1. Service or repair to 8. used and maintained. QCT-1 1-1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS . NOTE Aluminized protective clothing can become WARNING part of the electrical path. The operator. open circuit voltages in alternating current machines Install and maintain equipment in accordance higher than 80 volts. When the welding or cutting process requires values of ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.

cavities and containers should be vented prior to welding or cutting to permit the escape of air or 17. Noise from the air carbon-arc process can damage pockets should be closed and cuffs sewn shut. Fumes from the welding or cutting process are of various welding or cutting. Remove combustibles from the work area and/or provide Oxygen supports and vigorously accelerates fire. NOISE CAN DAMAGE HEARING. being worked on. All 28. Ensure that the lens complies with of combustible compressed gases can cause explosions federal guidelines. fumes. low reflectivity such as zinc oxide. 24. When compressed gas cylinder can cause cylinder damage or in a confined area. HOT SLAG AND SPARKS CAN INJURE 26. enclosed in an individual booth painted with a finish of 13. 27. Fumes produced by welding or cutting. 21. To ensure your safety. Unprotected skin should also be covered from arc rays. Never use oxygen in a welding torch. Never ventilate with oxygen. 25. The operator should be enclosed with non-combustible screens similarly painted. particularly in WELDING SPARKS CAN CAUSE FIRES AND confined places. For example. position welding and cutting or for heavy operations using Adequate hearing protection devices must be worn by large electrodes. flame. leggings. other personnel in the area. a fire watch. Use with the proper lens. sleeves. This is an important and gases during the operation to protect operators and factor for absorbing ultraviolet radiations. Approved shielding curtains and appropriate goggles should be used to provide protection to staff in the surrounding area and operators of nearby equipment. if welding or cutting is to be done on a metal WARNING wall. WARNING 15.CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE 11. and know how to use it. ceiling. hot slag. Keep smoke. Purging with inert gas is recommended. can cause discomfort and physical harm EXPLOSIONS. entering around the helmet. partition. Ventilation must be adequate to remove smoke. ARC RAYS. Wear ear plugs to protect ears from types and strengths. The welding and cutting processes produces extreme gases. Arcing against any provides the best protection against arc radiation. and potential sources of these vapors must be removed from the work area. 19. Where the work area permits. All solvents. 16. Leather your hearing. Never attempt to weld or cut without a welding helmet gases or inert gas mixes as required by the process. For added protection use protection against noise. Always wear protective gloves and clothing that does not allow skin to become exposed. Provide adequate ventilation in the welding or cutting area. Do not weld or cut containers that have held combustibles. flying sparks. the operator should be these fumes. A number 12 to 14 shade filter lens resulting in personal injury or death. localized heat and strong ultraviolet rays. leather spats. degreasers. remove all fumes and gases. Use only inert 18. depending on the kind of base metal sparks. protection when noise levels exceed OSHA standards. fumes. precautions must be taken to prevent ignition of combustibles on the other side. should be worn for out-of. if inhaled over an extended period of time. Causes of fire and explosion are: combustibles reached by Use air-supplied respirators if ventilation is not adequate to the arc. Avoid oily or greasy clothing as sparks may ignite them. heat and molten metal. do not breathe 22. Be alert to the danger of conduction or radiation. EYES AND BURN SKIN .. prevent the reflected arc rays from explosion. 14. All hollow spaces. High top work shoes provide adequate operators and surrounding personnel to ensure personal protection from foot burns. or heated material. WARNING 20. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS 1-2 QCT-1 . or roof. and gases from the breathing area. etc. Wear protective hearing devices to ensure aprons. and lamp black. Flammable hair preparations should not be used when 12. Have a fire extinguisher nearby. Vapors of chlorinated solvents can form the toxic gas “Phosgene” when exposed to ultraviolet radiation from an electric arc. 23. Ensure all personnel in the work area are protected from arc rays and sparks.

133. • Arc rays. 252..” 8. ANSl Z49. CSA W117." 6. "Safety in Welding. • Welding sparks can cause fires and explosions. hot slag. 178 Rexdale Blvd.O. 253. ANSl Z88.03 Safety and Health NOTE Be sure to read and fully comprehend the safety instuctions and warnings contained within section 1 of this manual before performing any welding or cutting operations. QCT-1 1-3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS . and sparks can injure or burn unprotected eyes and skin. can be hazardous. ANSI Z87.2. Canada M9W 1R3. and gases can be dangerous to your health. ! WARNING ! Serious injury or death may result if welding and cutting equipment is not properly installed. 02269." American National Standards Institute.02 Principal Safety Standards SAFETY AND OPERATING REFERENCES 1. Battery Park. AWS C5.3 "Recommended Practices for Air Carbon-Arc Gouging and Cutting. • Smoke. 139. MA. Quincy. 9. Rexdale.1 "Recommended Safe Practices for Welding and Cutting Containers. P. Misuse of this equipment. Cutting and Allied Processes. CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE 1. 20402. U. DC. Code of Federal Regulations. or other unsafe practices.95." 3." Canadian Standards Association. 1. 254 and 1000.S. 33135 7. • Excessive noise can damage your hearing. 134. Miami FL. NFPA-7 “National Electrical Code. New York.1 "Safety In Welding and Cutting. used and maintained. 2.Box 351040.” National Fire Protection Association. Government Printing Office." The American Welding Society. 251. NFPA 51B “Fire Prevention in Cutting and Welding Processes. (OSHA) Section 29 Part 1910.2 "Standard Practice for Respiratory Protection. 132. Washington. AWS F4. 5." 4. NY. • Electric shock can cause injury or death.1 "Practice for Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection. 10018. 1430 Broadway. fumes. Ontario. 550 NW Lejeune RD..

CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE SECTION 2: INTRODUCTION AND DESCRIPTION 2. including The Tweco ® Robotics QCT-1 Quick Conductor Tube the chapters on safety instructions and warnings. Include a full description of the parts in error. please contact Tweco® Robotics at the address and phone number in your area listed on the inside back cover of this manual. items shown in Figure 1. was engineered to enable the manual Throughout this manual. read the entire manual. check it against the invoice to make sure it is complete and inspect the equipment for possible damage due to shipping. It is recommended that any new and/or used conductor tubes first be aligned with the QCT-1 alignment fixture before ! WARNING creating the robot’s weld program and parameters. Before starting the installation. Furnish complete information concerning damage claims or shipping errors to the location in your area listed in the inside back cover of this manual. If you want additional or replacement copies of this CD. please read and understand the installation and operation procedures outlined in this manual. Alignment Fixture. Pay particular attention to the after a collision.03 Introduction To ensure safe operation. If there is any damage. CAUTION. 2. CAUTION A CAUTION refers to possible equipment damage. NOTE A NOTE offers helpful information concerning certain operating procedures.02 Receipt of Equipment When you receive the equipment. These special TCP on eight conductor tube bend angles and a variety annotations are easily recognized as follows: of tube lengths. adjustment of the tool center point (“TCP”) before and/or and NOTE may appear. The QCT-1 alignment fixture comes standard with the ! A WARNING gives information regarding possible personal injury. the words WARNING. notify the carrier immediately to file a claim.01 How to Use this Manual 2. Include the Manual number (from page i) and CD part number: CDROBOTICS. INTRODUCTION AND DESCRIPTION 2-4 QCT-1 . It provides you with the ability to set the information provided under these headings.

No. CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE 4 5 6 7 8 3 2 1 17 11 13 15 9 10 12 14 16 Figure 1: QCT-1 Conductor Tube Alignment Fixture Item Description Qty. 1 Front Alignment Block Assembly 1 2 Rear Alignment block Assembly 1 3 Clamp Block Assembly 1 4 Adjustment Bar Assembly 1 5 Nozzle Spacer for QTRW66 Series Conductor Tubes 1 6 Nozzle Spacer for QTRW64 Series Conductor Tubes 1 7 Head Spacer for QTRW64 Nozzle Spacer 1 8 Head Spacer for QTR66 Series Conductor Tubes 1 9 Allen Wrench Kit 1 10 Alignment Pin for QTR66 Series Conductor Tubes 1 11 Alignment Pin for QTR66-45 Conductor Tube 1 12 Alignment Pin for QTRW64 Conductor Tubes 1 13 Alignment Pin for QTRW64-45 Conductor Tube 1 14 Alignment Pin for QTRW66 Conductor Tubes 1 15 Alignment Pin for QTRW66-45 Conductor Tube 1 16 Alignment Pin for QTRW63 Conductor Tubes 1 17 Fixture Base Plate 1 QCT-1 3-5 INTRODUCTION AND DESCRIPTION .

Remove the four 5/16”-18 socket head cap screws on the alignment block assembly. Figure 2: Fixture Mounting The rear alignment block assembly is positioned and set in the “STANDARD” location on the fixture. Refer to Figure 6 and Table 1. Select the correct alignment pin for the specific “STANDARD”.70mm) holes. The fixture plate allows the rear alignment block assembly to be moved in 1. tube assembly. If any of the component parts are missing. Mount the alignment fixture to a solid worktable within close proximity of the robot cell. 3. Refer to Figure 4. The dowel pins must be aligned with the drill bushings that are in the fixture plate. please notify the Rear Alignment local Tweco Welding Distributor or Tweco Products Block Assembly Customer Service Department at 1-800-426-1888. counter bored to accept a 1/2” socket head cap screws (not supplied). diffuser and contact tip from Note the conductor tube assembly.74mm) increments. mounting Figure 4: Rear Alignment Block Assembly and Mounting holes for 1/2” Screws socket head cap screw B. Thread and block assembly by following the steps listed wrench tighten this alignment pin on the conductor below.525” (38. Re-insert and tighten the 5/16”-18 socket Figure 3: Rear Alignment Block Assembly in Standard head cap screws into the rear alignment block Position assembly. 2. C.CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE SECTION 3: INSTALLATION AND OPERATION 1. This location will allow any of the standard QTR and Bushings QTRW series conductor tubes to be adjusted without relocating the rear alignment block assembly. A. If the conductor tube assembly is not a 4. Refer to Figure 2. Remove the QCT-1 alignment fixture from the 5/16-18” Mounting Screws wooden shipping crate. Refer to Figure 5. Check to ensure all items shown in Figure 1 are located and identified. Position the rear alignment block assembly to meet your specific requirements. Assembly Rear Alignment Block Assembly Note There are two bullet nose dowel pins pressed Marked “Standard” into position on the under side of the rear for Positioning alignment block assembly. relocate the rear alignment conductor tube assembly being adjusted. INSTALLATION AND OPERATION 3-6 QCT-1 . D. The fixture base has two 1/2” (12. Remove the gas nozzle. Refer Figure 5: Bushing Location for Rear Alignment Lock to Figure 3.

QTRW66-180L. QTR66 AND QTRW63 QCT-8S-2 3500-1356 QTRW64-60 Series QCT. QTR66-60 Table 3: Head Spacer/conductor Tube Assembly QCT-QTRL 3500-1364 QTR66-45 Head Head Spacer Conductor Tube QCT-QTRW63 3500-1365 QTRW63 Series (All) Spacer Part No. 25. Refer to Figure 9.07MM Table 1: Alignment Pin/Conductor Tube Assembly Alignment Pin Alignment Conductor Tube Part No. 1. QTRW66. Refer to Figure 10. 180. 22L. QTR66. QTRW64. 3500-1367 QTRW64-45 QTRW64L Note QCT-QTRW66 3500-1368 QTRW66-18. Remove the two 1/2” hex nuts from the block clamp QTRW66L assembly. Pin Stock Assembly No. conductor tube assembly. qct-8s-1a 1. Nozzle Nozzle Spacer Conductor Tube Spacer Part No. Select the correct nozzle spacer for the specific conductor tube assembly being adjusted.D. Figure 8: Head Spacer 180. QTR66-45L. Stock No. Secure the head spacer with the set screw on the adjustment assembly. The two stainless steel locating pins protruding from the rear alignment block will align Table 2: Nozzle Spacer/Conductor Tube Assembly the conductor tube on the alignment fixture. QTRW66-45L. QCT-8S-1 3500-1355 QTRW64 QTRW64-22. Assembly QCT-QTRW64 3500-1366 QTRW64-18. QTRW66-60 QCT. Refer to Figure 8 and Table 3. hex nuts Clamp block 5.790” i.020” i. QCT-24-a QCT-26-a 1. CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE 6. Refer to Figure 7 and Table 2. QTR66-22. QCT-QTR 3500-1363 QTR66-18.d.000” O. qtc-8S-2a Figure 6: Alignment Pins 25. The head spacer will need to be inserted into the adjustment bar assembly. Select the correct head spacer for the nozzle spacer and conductor tube assembly being adjusted.4MM 27MM Figure 9: Tube Clamp in Position With 1/2” Hex Nuts 8.D. 20. Remove the block clamp assembly and insert the conductor tube assembly into the rear alignment Figure 7: Nozzle Spacers block assembly.d. No head spacer is required for QTRW66 Series QTRW66-22. QTRW64- 22L. QTRW64-45L.063” O. QCT-24 3500-1360 QTRW64 Series QCT-26 3500-1361 QTRW66 Series QCT-1 3-7 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION . Assembly Stock No. QTR66-22L.91mm . QTR64-180-L. 3500-1369 QTRW66-45 7. QTRW66- 180. QTR66-180L.

5°L .60° Note There are two bullet nose dowel pins pressed into position on the under side of the front alignment block assembly. INSTALLATION AND OPERATION 3-8 QCT-1 .5°. Secure the front alignment block into position with the 5/16”-18 socket head cap screws removed in Step 10. Remove the nozzle spacer and the brass alignment pin from the conductor tube assembly and replace these items with the standard diffuser.CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE rear alignment block assembly Note conductor tube The front alignment block can be positioned assembly in the following positions on the alignment fixture: 180° .22. Note On the QTRW series conductor tube assemblies. 18. the conductor tube alignment sleeve will slide over the brass alignment pin. If the alignment sleeve pin is centered properly. Remove the two 5/16”-18 socket head cap screws from the front alignment block assembly. locking screw This indicates that no adjustments would be required on the conductor tube assembly. Rotate the screw clockwise until the 14.45° . Remove the front alignment block assembly from the fixture plate by removing the two 5/16”-18 socket alignment locations head cap screws. Figure 10: Conductor Tube/rear Alignment Block Assembly 13. The conductor tube assembly is now ready to be put Figure 12: Outline of Front Alignment Block Locations into operation. Locate the assembly according to the conductor tube Figure 13: Alignment Sleeve Pin and Brass Alignment Pin assembly degree of bend. Refer to Figure 11.5° location on the fixture). 15. Refer to Figure 13. conductor tube locking screw on the rear alignment block assembly. be sure the insulator ring is in place between the conductor tube and diffuser.22.18° . 17.45°L . if the conductor tube bend equals 22. Insert the factory supplied 5/32” allen wrench into the conductor tube. tip. 11.5° . Refer to Figure 12. and nozzle. Verify that the machined point on the alignment sleeve conductor tube is held in place. 16. alignment brass sleeve pin alignment pin Figure 11: Conductor Tube Locking Screw on Rear Alignment Block Assembly 10. While holding the alignment sleeve assembly on the front alignment block.. The dowel pins must be aligned with the drill bushings that are in the fixture plate. Remove the conductor tube assembly from the rear alignment block assembly by rotating the conductor tube locking screw counterclockwise. (eg. set the front alignment assembly in the 22. stainless steel pins 12. slide the alignment sleeve pin forward until it contacts the brass alignment pin on the 9. pin is centered to the small hole in the brass alignment pin.

Slide the adjustment bar assembly over the 23. Place the upper portion of the clamp block assembly 22. Position the machined radius block on the fixture. If the alignment sleeve pin is not centered and requires Alignment brass alignment adjustments. B. CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE 19. I. Figure 14: Small Radius Block in Position K. conductor tube assembly. While holding the alignment sleeve assembly on the front alignment block. Refer to Figure 14. Remove the conductor tube assembly from the rear into its position and secure it with the two 1/2” hex alignment block assembly by rotating the conductor nuts. assembly. AdjusTMent Conductor Tube Bar Assembly Assembly 24. Place the front alignment block back into its position and secure with the two 5/16”-18 socket head cap screws. and nozzle shown in Figure 15. be sure the insulator ring is in place between the conductor tube and diffuser. Clamp Block radius block Figure 16: Alignment Sleeve Pin and Brass Alignment Pin J. Determine what adjustments are required and adjust accordingly. Repeat Steps 14 and 15 until the alignment sleeve pin is in the center of the brass alignment D. tube locking screw counterclockwise. Remove the conductor tube from the rear alignment block assembly. Rotate the screw clockwise until the conductor tube is held tightly 21. rear alignment block assembly. G. Refer to Figure 11. Insert the factory supplied 5/32” allen wrench fixture plate by removing the two 5/16”-18 socket head into the conductor tube locking screw on the cap screws. Set the conductor tube assembly on the radius pin and the alignment sleeve will slide over the block and slide the conductor tube assembly same alignment pin. slide the alignment sleeve pin forward until it contacts the brass alignment pin on the conductor tube. Note On the QTRW series conductor tube assemblies. C. on page 3-7. Remove the front alignment block assembly from the E. Loosen the conductor tube locking screw on the rear alignment block assembly. into the rear alignment block assembly. QCT-1 3-9 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION . Refer to Figure 16. 20. Remove the nozzle spacer and brass alignment pin nozzle spacer or the conductor tube assembly from the conductor tube assembly and replace these and position the center of the adjustment bar as items with the standard diffuser. tip. Figure 15: Adjustment Bar Assembly to Conductor Tube Assembly H. R emove the adjustment bar assembly from the in place. follow the steps below: Sleeve Pin pin A. F. The conductor tube assembly is now ready to be put into operation.

Stock No.1..91mm) ID 9 QCT-8S2 3500-1356 Adjustment Bar Head Spacer .CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE SECTION 4: REPLACEMENT PARTS 4 5 6 7 8 3 2 1 10 12 14 9 11 13 15 QCT-1 Series Replacement Parts Item No. Part No. Description 1 QCT-2 3500-1350 Front Alignment Block Assembly 2 QCT-P 3500-1358 Front Alignment Pin and Sleeve Assembly 3 QCT-3 3500-1351 Rear Alignment Block Assembly 4 QCT-5 3500-1352 Block Clamp Assembly 5 QCT-8 3500-1354 Adjustment Bar Assembly (Includes Item #8 and #9) 6 QCT-26 3500-1361 Nozzle Spacer for QTRW66 Series Conductor Tubes 7 QCT-24 3500-1360 Nozzle Spacer for QTRW64 Series Conductor Tubes 8 QCT-8S1 3500-1355 Adjustment Bar Head Spacer .07mm) ID 10 QCT-QTR 3500-1363 Alignment Pin F/ QTR66 Series Conductor Tube Assembly *** 11 QCT-QTRL 3500-1364 Alignment Pin F/ QTR66 Series Conductor Tube Assembly *** 12 QCT-QTRWL63 3500-1365 Alignment Pin F/ QTRW63 Series Conductor Tube Assembly *** 13 QCT-QTRW64 3500-1366 Alignment Pin F/ QTRW64 Series Conductor Tube Assembly *** 14 QCT-QTRW64L 3500-1367 Alignment Pin F/ QTRW64 Series Conductor Tube Assembly *** 15 QCT-QTRW66 3500-1368 Alignment Pin F/ QTRW66 Series Conductor Tube Assembly *** 16 QCT-QTRW66L 3500-1369 Alignment Pin F/ QTRW66 Series Conductor Tube Assembly *** *** Refer to Table 1 for more detail on specific conductor tube assemblies REPLACEMENT PARTS 4-10 QCT-1 .790” (20.020” (25.

The remedies of the Purchaser set forth herein are exclusive and the liability of THERMADYNE with respect to any contract. No transportation costs of any kind will be paid under this warranty. or claims of customers of distributor (hereinafter the “Purchaser”) for service interruption. sale. QCT-1 5-11 . recommendations and recognized standard industry practice. upon notification thereof and substantiation that the product has been stored. operated. neglect. This warranty supersedes all previous THERMADYNE warranties. Warranty repairs or replacement claims under this limited warranty must be submitted by an authorized THERMADYNE repair facility within thirty (30) days of the repair. and maintained in accordance with THERMADYNE’s specifications. negligence. exceed the price of the goods upon which such liability is based. INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Should any failure to conform to this warranty appear within the time period applicable to the THERMADYNE products as stated below. or use of any goods covered by or furnished by THERMADYNE whether arising out of contract. at THERMADYNE’s sole option. THIS WARRANTY BECOMES INVALID IF REPLACEMENT PARTS OR ACCESSORIES ARE USED WHICH MAY IMPAIR THE SAFETY OR PERFORMANCE OF ANY THERMADYNE PRODUCT. of any components or parts of the product determined by THERMADYNE to be defective. delivery. CONDUCTOR TUBE ALIGNMENT FIXTURE Statement of Warranty LIMITED WARRANTY: THERMADYNE® warrants that its products will be free of defects in workmanship or material. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. such as. or anything done in connection therewith such as the performance or breach thereof. correct such defects by suitable repair or replacement. or otherwise. or under any warranty. damage or loss of purchased or replacement goods. THIS WARRANTY IS INVALID IF THE PRODUCT IS SOLD BY NON-AUTHORIZED PERSONS. THERMADYNE shall. or accident. Transportation charges to send products to an authorized warranty repair facility shall be the responsibility of the Purchaser. except as expressly provided herein. and not subject to misuse. installed. THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES. but not limited to. or from the manufacture. shall not. alteration. repair. resale. This warranty is effective for the time stated in the Warranty Schedule beginning on the date that the authorized distributor delivers the products to the Purchaser. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: THERMADYNE shall not under any circumstances be liable for special or consequential damages. instructions. strict tort. All returned goods shall be at the Purchaser’s risk and expense.

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