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    The company’s first product, the PAC400, was the result of research and development that succeeded in directing water radially at a plasma cutting arc, producing a higher energy density on the area...
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    Goodfellow supplies metals, ceramics and other materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry worldwide. The Goodfellow group consists of...
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    Today, Victor Gas Equipment is the world leader in gas apparatus, providing superior quality. We also includes oxy-fuel cutting and welding equipment such as oxy-acetylene and oxy-fuel welding and...
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    WWS Weldability are a European supplier of MIG, TIG, Stick, Spot and Oxy/Fuel welding and Plasma cutting machines, torches, accessories, consumables and personal protective equipment for the...
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    In the 1980 1980’s Mr. Zigliotto, moved by a great business insight, decided to enlarge the range of products, manufacturing the first welding torches and to offer customised products adapted to the...
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    Centricut was established in 1986 with the purpose of providing plasma cutting consumables and torches to the end user. Centricut is a Hypertherm™ brand of consumables for non-Hypertherm mechanized...
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    KALIBURN Plasma Cutting Systems - Manufacturers of high current density plasma cutting systems, conventional air plasma cutting systems, and torch height control. Our high current density plasma...
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    Jet Edge has been at the forefront of designing and manufacturing ultra-high-pressure waterjet pumps and motion systems since the technology came on-line for industrial applications. We take our...
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    Masteel UK Ltd are a global steel supply and stockholding company, supplying the engineering, power generation, petrochemical, oil & gas and nuclear industries. Partnerships integrating the...
  • Article - 21 Nov 2001
    Plasma cutting evolved from Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding. By constricting the nozzle opening, gas velocity increased and effectively blasted molten metal away from the puddle created by the arc....