Manual plasma cutting inverter employs sinusoidal power consumption

June 13, 2013

Manual plasma cutting inverter employs sinusoidal power consumption - TheFabricator.com

Kjellberg Finsterwalde offers the CUTi 35 manual plasma cutting inverter for cutting electrically conductive materials such as mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and copper up to 0.47 in. thick. Featuring sinusoidal power consumption with power factor correction (PFC), the unit draws maximum power from the single-phase, 230-V mains.

The permanently connected plasma torch is ignited by means of a drawn pilot arc without workpiece contact. With a compact design and weighing 22 lbs. (including torch), the inverter is suitable for repairing and servicing on construction sites, in workshops, and during assembly work.

Available accessories include a wheel guide, longer consumables, and circle-cutting devices.



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