This innovative technology allows the power source to adjust all cutting parameters automatically.
A special shape of the plasma chamber, together with an innovative power source and an ignition system without high frequency allow the pilot arc to be kept on longer and with current reduced by over 60%, compared to previous torches. This condition preserves good operation and duration of consumables, doubling their life.
The new cutting technology of these new torches makes it possible to maintain a narrower, longer and straighter arc compared to P70 or P150 torches. This technology affords higher quality cutting with reduced Kerf (amount of removed material).
The new shape of the cutting arc generated by the new torches is conducive to reaching cutting speeds over 100% higher than those obtained in the past, also significantly reducing the formation of burrs.
The ongoing development of cutting parameters, coupled to new generation torches, translate into cutting over 50% thicker plates, optimising cut finish, compared to the previous range of torches.
To exchange the main cutting signal with the automatic CNC cutting bench.
The evolution of the constructive technology of the new torches has allowed us to widen the range of cutting consumables, making it possible to use this newsystem even close to very narrow angles and small spaces, very common in industrial settings.
The high density of the new plasma arc allows very thick plates to be pierced through in a shorter time, assuring greater productivity together with less wear of consumables.
A new redistribution of torch air flows coupled to the use of state-of-the-art construction materials allow consumables to offer doubled performance and duration compared to previous torches.
It allows switching from Marking mode to Cutting mode or vice versa by simply increasing or decreasing the current from CNC.
Redesigned and adapted to HF-less ignition, it makes it possible to reignite the pilot arc in extremely short times, so that nets and grates may be cut at high speed.
The power source is equipped with two microprocessors which detect the presence, quality and value of the power supply voltage, automatically settings the power source for optimal operation. This technology means power sources may be automatically installed connected to almost all power mains worldwide, preserving integrity.
Graphic LCD display with operator synergic interface,
especially useful for mechanized cuttings.
At the start up the operator selects the type and the thickness of the material to be cut and the display will show automatically the correspondent values of current, nozzle and cutting speed.
Once this set up is made, the operator can modify the values of current and/or speed suggested and the machine will modify synergistically the values, following automatically the ideal cutting curve relevant to the required work.
Controls the duration of the pilot arc in an automatic or adjustable manner
Controls the length of the pilot arc in an automatic or adjustable manner.
Controls the electrode consumption and warns the operator that the consumables need replacing. It can be set automatically or adjusted in percentage.
Controls the torch cooling and gas consumption, in an automatic or adjustable manner.
To control an electronic output cutting voltage divider to be adjusted from 1/20V to 1/100V.
To remotely control the cutting current adjustment with 0-10V isolated voltage.
Used to set the input power absorbed thus automatically limiting the output cutting current, adapting the power source to all the sizes of the industrial plants.
It allows gouging, adjusting automatically all the operating parameters according to the speed of execution and the amount of material to be removed.
Suitable for plasma gouging.
It automatically sets all the operating parameters according to the width and depth of the desired marking groove.
Controls the cutting gas pressure in an automatic or adjustable manner before and during cutting, to optimise cutting quality and maximize the service life of the spare parts.
Reduces the internal moving parts of the torches, increasing their reliability over time.
It is a pulsed start useful to optimise the initial welding stage.
The machine automatically changes the welding current with the variation in arc voltage, which is caused by the operator either lifting or lowering the torch. In this way the power source is able to maintain constant the dimensions of the welding arc and energy absorption despite the variations in height and welding current caused by the welder. The parameter is adjustable from 1A to 50A, and determines the variation in maximum current that the machine automatically increases or decreases during welding torch movements.
It is a new tack welding system that makes it
possible to directly place the tungsten electrode
on the fixing point, obtaining a perfect
positioning of the weld joint.
The tack welding cycle is automatically controlled by the power source upon pressing the start, without damaging the electrode tip, performing rapid and accurate piece joining when the torch is lifted.
This drastically reduces the heat input and makes it possible to obtain white and glossy weld points on difficult sheet metal such as stainless steel. It limits welding contamination by the electrode.
It is an automatic tack welding system that
makes it possible to rapidly alternate the working
and standby time to allow the piece to suitably
cool and consequently marked reduction in
thermal alteration and mechanical deformation
of the joint.
Both working time and standby time may be adjusted to obtain a welding cycle suited to any need.
It is ideal for welding very thin plates. Thanks to
pulsing up to 10 kHz, it strongly restricts the
cone of the welding arc, obtaining a reduced
thermally altered area and consequently lower
mechanical deformation of the piece.
In fact the arc is a lot more stable and concentrated, thus increasing penetration in the piece and speed of execution of the weld bead.
It is a new double pulsed welding system, that combines the normal pulsed current period to a sub-period adjustable in percentage time and amplitude, that allows the welding current to be pulsed on four levels instead of the conventional two. The welding speed remains unchanged and it is thus possible to obtain narrower beads, reduce the heat input and mechanical deformation of the piece.
This function makes it possible to insert a DC
semi-period within the AC period, adjustable from
minimum 20% to 90% maximum.
The effect of inserting the DC component is that of mixing the properties of AC welding with the penetration typical of DC welding, increasing the welding speed even with cold piece.
The E-MIX function thus makes it possible to obtain the weld pool very quickly, it is especially suited on significantly thick metal and straightforwardly results in consistent welding beads even on very dissimilar pieces (1+10mm).
The function shifts the alternate waveform with
respect to zero to increase the negative
component and obtain a very concentrated and
penetrating welding arc. It is useful to weld quickly
very thin metal.
The value is adjustable from 1% minimum to 80% maximum of the negative half-wave.
This logo, placed on power sources, indicates their adaptation to the IEC/EN 61000-3-12 standard by means of PFC devices.
This logo identifies power sources that feature one or more solutions that we have adopted to achieve the goals of energy savings and low environmental impact. They include, among others, the function "Energy Saver" that only switches on fans and/or cooling liquid pumps if necessary, the reduction in electromagnetic emissions, deriving from the use of torches with ignition without high frequency, and the development of power sources with low power consumption.