Hypertherm Unveils Powermax45

Friday, November 14, 2008

Hypertherm, provider of plasma metal cutting technology, is unveiling the Powermax45®, a portable ½” plasma cutting and gouging system.

The Powermax45 is a single-gas system (air and nitrogen) designed for both hand-held and mechanized applications.

With a recommended ½” cut capacity, and one inch severance, the 37-pound system is ideal for cutting and gouging applications in many industries including HVAC duct cutting, truck and trailer fabrication, as well as facility and equipment maintenance of all types, including manufacturing and agricultural.

Featuring patented technology the system delivers consistent performance even with low-line conditions or when connected to a motor generator, allowing the Powermax45 to be used in various locations. In addition, it is designed with a built-in CNC interface and 50:1 voltage divider, making it suitable for mechanized cutting of duct work and other materials up to 3/8 inch.

The system includes the quick disconnect torch for simplified transitions between handheld and mechanized applications. The Powermax45 requires no pre-heating of the work piece and no regulating flammable gases. Powermax 45 requires has a 45 amp output current and 50 percent duty cycle.

(www.powerfulplasma.com)

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