Hypertherm is an American company globally known for designing and manufacturing technologically advanced plasma cutting systems. The Hypertherm plasma cutter is used in various industries such as automotive repair, manufacturing and shipbuilding. These cutters are trusted for their reliable, speedy and precise metal cutting. The overall productivity of a job is increased and as a result it helps tens of thousands of businesses to make a substantial profit. The company has its main headquarter in New Hampshire, and other regional offices at Asia, Europe and Latin America.
The world is developing at a very high pace so there are modern day industries dependent upon the manipulation of heavy metals and alloys. There is a need to build the tools and transportation vehicles that are necessary for the activities in businesses today. Cars, cranes, skyscrapers, robots and suspension bridges are all made from metals; these metals have been precisely cut from plasma cutters. The Hypertherm plasma cutter, just like any other plasma cutter, is a plasma torch that is used to cut steel and other metals of varying thicknesses.
Hypertherm Powermax 380 Plasma Cutter
The Hypertherm Powermax 380 plasma cutter is a very popular model, as it delivers outstanding performance with its cutting edge technology in plasma cutting. It adds value to the metal sheet contractor, fabricator and the service person. This plasma cutting system is portable and uses the leading technology by Hypertherm, thus making it best for the optimal use of compressed air. This plasma cutter weighs 55 pounds, and its dimensions stand at 12 inches in height, 8.5 inches in width and 16 inches in diameter. This plasma cutter input voltages are 115/230 V, 1 PH, 60 Hz, CSA and the input current @2.43 kW provides 115/230 V, 1 PH: 28/14 Amp. The output voltage is 92 VDC and the output current is adjustable between 14 – 27 Amps.
The flow rate of the Hypertherm Powermax 380 plasma cutter is 270 scfh; 4.5 cfm (129 l/min) and the flow pressure is 60 psi (4.1 bar). So the gas supply is clean, dry and free from oil. The control panel features power on indicator, on/off switch, air pressure gauge, air pressure adjust control knob, gas test/set position, and cutting current output control 14-27A. The cutter also gives warnings if there is insufficient air pressure, if the torch cap sensor alerts, and if the machine reaches high temperature. If any of the Hypertherm plasma cutter parts stop working then they can be replaced.The recommended capacity for this Powermax cutter’s specifications is 1/4” (6 mm); the maximum capacity is 3/8” (10 mm) and the severance capacity is 1/2” (12 mm). The machine torch specifications are 3/8” @ 100% duty cycle and 5/8” @ 50% duty cycle.
The Hypertherm Powermax 380 plasma cutter cuts different materials like mild steel, aluminum and stainless steel. The maximum travel speed of the plasma is 500 ipm at 12700 mm/min if the metal is a milder steel, 610 ipm at 15494 mm/min if the metal is aluminum and 496 ipm at 12598 mm/min if the metal is stainless steel. The components in the box are its power supply, PAC110T Torch 20’ along with spare consumables and air fitting, work cable and Clamp 15’. There is also the option to include a circle cutting guide and leather torch lead covers. It is advisable to read the reviews for this Hypertherm plasma cutter before purchasing one for yourself, to ensure it meets your needs.
Hypertherm Powermax 1250 Plasma Cutter
The Hypertherm Powermax 1250 plasma cutter cuts metal 80 percent faster than any other plasma cutters manufactured by other companies. It is made with new, advanced technology applied both to its torch and its power supply system, so it cuts faster and it is economical than any other plasma cutting system available in the market today. This Hypertherm plasma cutter was tested along with its competitors by cutting 1- inch mild steel and it was noticed that the Hypertherm Powermax 1250 plasma cutter is better than them. This plasma cutter weighs 96.6 lbs. with torch and its dimensions are 19.6 inches in height, 10.65 inches in width and 23.1 inches in diameter. Its input voltages are 200 – 600 V, 1- or 3-PH, 50/60 Hz, CSA and the input current @ 12.0 kW is varying 200/208/230/240/480 V, 1-PH: 70/70/60/58/31 A 200/208/230/240/480/600 V, 3-PH: 41/40/37/34/21/17/17 A. The output voltage is 150 VDC; the duty cycle @ 40° C (104° F) is 60% @ 80 A, 230 – 600 V, 3-PH, 60% @ 80 A, 480 V, 1-PH, 50% @ 80 A, 240 V, 1-PH, 50% @ 80 A, 200 – 208 V, 3-PH, 40% @ 80 A, 200 – 208 V, 1-PH. The maximum OCV is 300 VDC.
The gas supply is clean, dry, oil-free air or nitrogen. The flow rate is 400 scfh; 6.7 cfm (189 l/min) at 90 psi (6.2 bar) and the flow pressure is 70 psi (4.8 bar) flowing, 25’ leads and 75 psi (5.1 bar) flowing, 50’ leads. Its cutting specifications recommended capacity is 7/8” if it is hand torch and 3/8” @ 100% duty cycle if it is a machine torch, the maximum capacity is 1 1/8” if it is hand torch and 5/8” @ 50% duty cycle if it is machine torch and the severance capacity is 1 1/2” for a hand torch. It cuts three materials, namely: mild steel, aluminum and stainless steel. It cuts metals of varying thicknesses at different currents and travel speed. The maximum travel speed of Hypertherm Powermax 1250 plasma cutter at 500 ipm is 12700 mm/min if it is mild steel, at 610 ipm the travel speed is 15494 mm/min if it is aluminum and at 496 ipm the travel speed is at 12598 mm/min if the material is stainless steel. The Hypertherm Powermax 1250 plasma cutter is for sale in stores and online at http://www.hypertherm.com/.
Hypertherm Powermax 45 Plasma Cutter
One of the best selling plasma systems is Hypertherm Powermax 45 plasma cutter because it is a portable and truly versatile machine. It can be widely applied in different industries because of its capabilities so it is known as a multi-purpose tool. It is used to cut or gouge at a high speed so it is better and easier to use than other systems of its class. It is also used in mechanized cutting on X-Y Table, pipe systems, track systems and robotic systems.
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