• DESCRIPTION
  • SPECIFICATIONS
  • SPARE PARTS

TECHNICAL FEATURES

TECHNICAL FEATURES  
SAFETY SYSTEMElectrical
IGNITIONWith pilot and HF arc
CUTTING CURRENT 50A – 60% working cycle
SUPPLIED GASClean, dry air at 4.5 bar - 120 L/min
FLOW TIME 40 sec.

For years, this has been a widespread and appreciated technology within the industry. A jet of plasma gas melts material in the cutting area and removes it, leaving a well-cut line. Through its special nozzle, the torch dispenses an inert gas. Through this gas, an electric arc is formed between an electrode and the material in the process of being cut. The electric arm transforms gas into plasma. The very high plasma temperatures (approximately 10,000°C) bring the material to be cut to the melting temperature, the molten metal is evacuated from the melting groove and cutting is carried out. There are then several methods for cutting the plasma: the choice is based on a variety of factors, such as the degree of precision of the cut and its mechanical or manual implementation. Beside conventional cutting, we can remember dual gas systems, with water and precision screen.
Plasma is considered the fourth state of material. It is a highly ionised gas and is an excellent electrical conductor. The reproducibility of plasma in an industrial and repetitive way is carried out through a device called a torch.

PLASMA CUTTING, UNDENIABLE BENEFITS

  • Considerable cutting speed
  • High precision at edges
  • Good cost-bene t ratio
  • Multiple applications
  • Plasma cutting is in fact suitable for all electrical conductive materials.

PLASMA ARC USES

Thanks to plasma cutting it is possible to cut both thin sheets and considerable thicknesses. There are many plasma cutting applications in the industrial sector. The cutting of stainless steel, carbon steel and aluminium sheets of different thicknesses is particularly used in the transport industry as well as in the refrigeration and air conditioning field.
The ability to cut very thick slabs is especially valuable in the naval industry, but also for the creation and machining of pressure vessels, as well as earth moving vehicles. Plasma cutting effectively lends itself to the contoured cutting of tubes and other cylindrical materials, for the creation of grooves and inclined cuts, as well as for bending, perforation and gouging processes.

CB50 TORCHES

CB50 ERGO TORCHES

CodeDescriptionConnectionLength=mWeight (Kg)No.Pcs.
9P03050/CTorch CB50 1/8”62.501
9P03051/CTorch CB50 Centralised62.501
9P03050LTSTorch CB50 ERGO1/8”62.701
9P03051LTSTorch CB50 ERGOCentralised62.701
9P03150/CTorch CB50 1/8”124.001
9P03151/CTorch CB50 Centralised124.001
9P03150LTSTorch CB50 ERGO1/8”124.201
9P03151LTSTorch CB50 ERGOCentralised124.201
CodeDescriptionNo.No.Pcs.
9P01000.60O-RING1b20
9P52512/LELECTRODE310
9P60001SWIRL RING410
9P60002SWIRL RING WITH NOTCHES4A10
9P51100TIP ø 1.0 mm 510
9P51095TIP LONG LIFE ø 1.0 mm 510
9P51100/STIP LONG LIFE ø 1.1 mm 510
9P51099FLAT TIP ø 1.0 mm610
9P51098CONICAL TIP ø 1.0 mm – LOW AMPERAGE710
9P52513/LEXTENDED ELECTRODE810
9P51102EXTENDED TIP ø 1.0 mm910
9P51095/LEXTENDED TIP LONG LIFE ø 1.0 mm 910
9P51102/SEXTENDED TIP LONG LIFE ø 1.1 mm 910
9P51101EXTENDED CONICAL TIP ø 1.0 mm LOW AMPERAGE1010
9P60320RETAINING CAP111
9P51965SHIELD CAP, HAND, EXTENDED TIPS1210
9P03240RUBBER CABLE 1/8” 6 m131
9P03250RUBBER CABLE 1/8 12 m131

CB50 TORCH SPECIFIC SPARE PARTS

CodeDescriptionNo.No.Pcs.
9P01000HAND TORCH HEAD11
9P03280/CHANDGRIP WITH MICROSWITCH1a1

CB50 ERGO TORCH SPECIFIC SPARE PARTS

CodeDescriptionNo.No.Pcs.
9P01001/KITTORCH HEAD WITH HANDLE11
9P01001TORCH HEAD 1a1
9P09606HANDGRIP WITH SWITCH1
9P07301.20SWITCH1