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Hypertherm Introduces Extreme Bevel Plasma Consumables For Its Air And Oxygen Plasma System

Hypertherm Introduces Extreme Bevel Plasma Consumables For Its Air And Oxygen Plasma System

Hypertherm Introduces Extreme Bevel Plasma Consumables For Its Air And Oxygen Plasma System

Hypertherm has released the extreme bevel consumables for its MAXPRO200 LongLife air and oxygen plasma cutting system. 

The consumables, designed for mechanized, robotic, and handheld cutting, have an aggressive pointed geometry so the plasma torch can tilt to an angle of up to 66.5 degrees. This makes the consumables ideal for a wide range of jobs including steep mechanized beveling, tube and pipe cutting, structural steel work, pressure vessel construction, and handheld cutting. In addition, it makes it easier for operators to see what they are cutting and gives them better access to beam flanges and areas with limited clearance for better cuts and fewer secondary operations.

The extreme bevel consumables are available for both air and oxygen cutting at 130 and 200 amps. MAXPRO200 owners and operators can choose to purchase the consumables separately or as part of a starter kit (part 528058) that includes consumables for all the extreme bevel cutting processes available for this system.

“The MAXPRO200 is a true workhorse for companies demanding great cut quality along with high productivity and low operating costs,” said Jorge Santana, a Hypertherm product manager. “It’s 100 percent duty cycle combined with 200 amps of power and the versatility offered by both hand and mechanized cutting make it an enormously popular system. The addition of these extreme bevel consumables creates new opportunities for customers around the world.”

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