Hyper­therm launches Pow­er­max30 AIR

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH - www.demm.co.nz/reader-en­quiry #150402.

Hyper­therm, a US-based man­u­fac­turer of plasma, laser, and wa­ter­jet cut­ting sys­tems, an­nounced the in­tro­duc­tion of the Pow­er­max30 AIR, a new por­ta­ble air plasma sys­tem fea­tur­ing an in­ter­nal com­pres­sor that of­fers greater con­ve­nience for on-the-go cut­ting.

With the built-in com­pres­sor and the abil­ity to op­er­ate on both 120 or 240 volt lines, the Pow­er­max30 AIR is a highly ver­sa­tile sys­tem that en­ables metal cut­ting just about any­where. Weigh­ing only 13.5 kg (30 pounds), the Pow­er­max30 AIR pro­vides 30 amps of out­put, and has the high­est power-to-weight ra­tio of any sys­tem in its class.

This high power-to-weight ra­tio is due in part to sev­eral en­gi­neer­ing ad­vances, in­clud­ing an all-new patent-pending con­sum­able de­sign that op­ti­mises air­flow from the com­pact in­ter­nal com­pres­sor. Cou­pled with a pro­pri­etary and highly-ef­fec­tive mois­ture re­moval sys­tem, the Pow­er­max30 AIR pro­vides ex­cel­lent cut qual­ity and per­for­mance in hot and hu­mid con­di­tions. Benefits:

• High porta­bil­ity with the ad­di­tion of an in­ter­nal air com­pres­sor that elim­i­nates the need for an ex­ter­nal com­pres­sor unit;

• Greater ver­sa­til­ity and con­ve­nience with a ‘Plug-and-Use’ model that al­lows the sys­tem to be used any­where with just an elec­tri­cal power point, even in re­mote and non-industrial en­vi­ron­ments; and

• Cost re­duc­tion with the elim­i­na­tion of ad­di­tional costs

as­so­ci­ated with the use of an ex­ter­nal com­pres­sor.

Hyper­therm is set­ting new per­for­mance and porta­bil­ity stan­dards with this new model, says Hyper­therm. With a rec­om­mended cut ca­pac­ity of 8 mm (5/16”) and a sev­er­ance ca­pac­ity of 16 mm (5/8”), the sys­tem can eas­ily and quickly cut a va­ri­ety of metal types and thick­nesses mak­ing it a great en­try-level cut­ting tool for a wide va­ri­ety of ap­pli­ca­tions.

See youtube.com/watch?v= Gdz_ S6Bk­sPE

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