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Hypertherm Engineers New Class of Plasma

Hypertherm, Hanover, N.H., says it has introduced an entirely new class of plasma called X-Definition. The new plasma is available for the first time in a 300-amp plasma system called the XPR300. X-Definition class plasma combines engineering advances and refined high-definition plasma processes to deliver high cut quality on mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Laboratory testing shows ISO-9013 Range 2 cut quality on thin mild steel and extended ISO Range 3 cuts on thicker metals.
To reach this point, Hypertherm engineers had to develop a number of new patent-pending processes like Vented Water Injection (VWI), plasma dampening and vent-to-shield technologies. The end result is squarer cut edges, markedly less angularity and excellent surface finish on non-ferrous metals like aluminum and stainless steel.

For more information, call 603-643-3441 or visit www.hypertherm.com

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