3/2/2013

Plasma Cutting System for Range of Applications

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 The Maxpro200 plasma cutting system from Hypertherm is said to offer high cut speeds, consistent cut quality and long consumable life with air or oxygen plasma gas.

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 The Maxpro200 plasma cutting system from Hypertherm is said to offer high cut speeds, consistent cut quality and long consumable life with air or oxygen plasma gas. Optimized cutting parameters are automatically set and controlled in one step for easy operation. Engineered for heavy-duty, high capacity mechanized and handheld cutting and gouging, the unit offers reliable performance across a wide range of applications in energy, agriculture, scrap and other industries.

 

The system is said to be easy to install and operate having an intuitive one step interface and automatic gas control. This helps deliver consistent results without operator intervention.

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