Plasma cutting power sources and welding machines

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Inverter plasma cutting

NEW SYNERGIC DEFINITION-PLASMA POWER SOURCE

P00461

NEW SYNERGIC DEFINITION-PLASMA POWER SOURCE

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PLASMA 36 COMPRESSOR PFC INVERTER

single-phase
P00481

PLASMA 36 COMPRESSOR PFC INVERTER

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PLASMA 30-16 PFC INVERTER

single-phase
P00479

PLASMA 30-16 PFC INVERTER

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PLASMA 51 PFC INVERTER

single-phase
P00482

PLASMA 51 PFC INVERTER

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PLASMA 50-25 INVERTER

three-phase
P00452

PLASMA 50-25 INVERTER

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PLASMA INVERTER 76

three-phase
P00493

PLASMA INVERTER 76

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PLASMA 70-35 INVERTER

three-phase
P00454

PLASMA 70-35 INVERTER

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PLASMA 735 LCD INVERTER

three-phase
P00455

PLASMA 735 LCD INVERTER

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PLASMA 1050 LCD INVERTER

three-phase
P00457

PLASMA 1050 LCD INVERTER

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PLASMA 1260 LCD INVERTER

three-phase
P00459

PLASMA 1260 LCD INVERTER

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Plasma is an effective means of cutting steel and other metals (or sometimes other materials) of different thicknesses. Since plasma cutters produce a very hot and very localized "cone" to cut with, they are extremely useful for cutting sheet metal in curved or angled shapes.
In this process, an inert gas (in some units, compressed air) is blown at high speed out of a nozzle; at the same time an electrical arc is formed through that gas from the nozzle to the surface being cut, turning some of that gas to plasma. The plasma is sufficiently hot to melt the metal being cut and moves sufficiently fast to blow molten metal away from the cut.
To perform plasma cutting, the basic necessary equipment includes a power source; a plasma torch complete with consumables: electrode, diffusor, nozzle, nozzle holder, protection; a ground clamp and compressed air or a gas cylinder.