Cutting products: Heavy plate cutting parts, Steel pipe cutting parts, Steel profile cutting parts
Material: mild steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and other metals.
Plate thickness: 0,8 mm up to 280 mm Typical: 3 mm up to 260 mm
Oxyfuel cutting is a combustion process using oxygen/fuel gas flame. The heating flame brings the material up to its ignition temperature. Then a jet of Oxygen at least 99,5 % pure is blown onto the heated spot. The Oxygen jet oxidizes the metal. The torch is moved and a narrow cutting kerf is created, removing the slag from the kerf. Cutting quality depends on the surface condition, cut-velocity and thickness of the material. Cutting Features: Plate thickness: 3 mm up to 280 mm Typical: 10 mm up to 260 mm
The basic plasma cutting process involves creating an electrical channel of superheated, electrically ionized gas i.e. plasma from the plasma cutter itself, through the work piece to be cut, thus forming a completed electric circuit back to the plasma cutter via a grounding clamp. This is accomplished by a compressed gas (oxygen, air, inert and others depending on material being cut) which is blown through a focused nozzle at high speed toward the work piece. Then electrical arc is formed within the gas, between an electrode near or integrated into the gas nozzle and the work piece itself. The electrical arc ionizes some of the gas, thereby creating an electrically conductive channel of plasma. As electricity from the cutter torch travels down this plasma it delivers sufficient heat to melt through the work piece. At the same time, much of the high velocity plasma and compressed gas blow the hot molten metal away, so that to separate the work piece. Cutting Features: Material: includes mild steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and other metals. Plate thickness: 0,8 mm up to 160 mm Typical: 3 mm up to 75 mm
Laser cutting produces part shapes by cutting sheet material using an intense laser beam. This cutting method uses a beam of high-density light energy focused through a tiny hole in a nozzle. When this beam strikes the surface of the work piece, the material of the work piece is vaporized. The focused laser beam is directed at the material, which then either melts, burns, vaporizes away, or is blown away by a jet of gas, leaving an edge with a high-quality surface finish. Industrial laser cutters are used to cut flat-sheet material as well as structural and piping materials. Cutting Features: Materials: stainless steel, plain steel and spring steel Plate thickness: 1 mm up to 25 mm Typical: 0.5 mm up to 20 mm
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