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The plasma arc is an electric arc which is formed between the electrode and the material. It is produced through the joint effect of gas which flows out of a narrow drill hole at high speed, while the electric arc, which has the same axis, is constricted by the gas stream. Point-like melting of metal by the highly concentrated plasma arc of 13.000-15.000 °C takes place and the kinetic energy of the gases removes melted metal from the shear gap.


CNC plasma cutter model:

Baykal BPL-H 1503  

Materials which can be used for plasma cutting are:

Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum Sheets

Material thickness:

From 1.5 mm to 15 mm

Maximum size of sheets:

1500 x 3000 mm

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