Cutting - Plasma / Gas cutting machines(15)

Plasma cutting plants are machines used to cut metals through the use of tools called plasma torches that can cut important thicknesses that no other technology is able to do. Plasma cutting is characterized by the use of a gas as a source of energy that determines the cut. In this case, the gas escapes at high speed through a nozzle which, together with an electrode, is ignited by a spark which, in contact with the gas, generates the plasma. This phase just described is the initial phase of the cutting process, the second phase, instead, corresponds to the moment in which the plasma comes into contact with the workpiece. Plasma can be used to cut sheet metal of any thickness up to 130 mm, which is not the case, for example, with current laser technology, which is designed for cutting thin layers. Plasma cutting systems can be distinguished not only by the size and thickness of the sheet metal that can be processed, but also by the number of torches present. A plant with several torches can make several cuts at the same time. Oxygen cutting systems, on the other hand, are characterized by the use of pure oxygen as the gas that generates the cutting of the sheet metal. Both systems, plasma and oxyfuel cutting, are widely used in all industrial sectors but are particularly appreciated in the shipbuilding industry and in civil and urban engineering applications. For more information on how laser cutting works, please read our blog article: "Plasma cutting: how does it work".

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Used Soitaab Lineacord PCN42 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1902960687
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Soitaab
Lineacord PCN42
2006
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Used Soitaab LINEACORD PCL Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1902953227
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Soitaab
LINEACORD PCL
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Used OXITOME 20 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802837744
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OXITOME
20
2008
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Used Promotec SUPER COMPACT Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802797400
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Promotec
SUPER COMPACT
2002
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Used CRM 9000 x 2000 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802649473
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CRM
9000 x 2000
2005
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Used BECKY MINICUT 21.50 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802622053
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BECKY
MINICUT 21.50
2012
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Used FRO 3000 x 6000 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802597641
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FRO
3000 x 6000
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Used BBS 4000 x 200 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802597264
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BBS
4000 x 200
2003
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Used CR 8000 X 2500 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802597099
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CR
8000 X 2500
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Used BECKY Mistrl 6.20 PT Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802590816
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BECKY
Mistrl 6.20 PT
2013
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Used Promotec ECTOR 2560 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1802506187
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Promotec
ECTOR 2560
2006
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Used Microstep Tecni Pant Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1701788535
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Microstep
Tecni Pant 6000 x 2500
2015
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Used ESAB 40000 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1700976873
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ESAB
40000
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Used Messer Griesheim Cortina DM400 Plasma cutting machine

M1600869361
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Messer Griesheim
Cortina DM400
1997
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Used Soitaab 2500 X 1500 Plasma / Gas cutting machine

M1600480573
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Soitaab
2500 X 1500
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Plasma cutting plants are machines used to cut metals through the use of tools called plasma torches that can cut important thicknesses that no other technology is able to do. Plasma cutting is characterized by the use of a gas as a source of energy that determines the cut. In this case, the gas escapes at high speed through a nozzle which, together with an electrode, is ignited by a spark which, in contact with the gas, generates the plasma. This phase just described is the initial phase of the cutting process, the second phase, instead, corresponds to the moment in which the plasma comes into contact with the workpiece. Plasma can be used to cut sheet metal of any thickness up to 130 mm, which is not the case, for example, with current laser technology, which is designed for cutting thin layers. Plasma cutting systems can be distinguished not only by the size and thickness of the sheet metal that can be processed, but also by the number of torches present. A plant with several torches can make several cuts at the same time. Oxygen cutting systems, on the other hand, are characterized by the use of pure oxygen as the gas that generates the cutting of the sheet metal. Both systems, plasma and oxyfuel cutting, are widely used in all industrial sectors but are particularly appreciated in the shipbuilding industry and in civil and urban engineering applications. For more information on how laser cutting works, please read our blog article: "Plasma cutting: how does it work".