Penn Stainless Installs New Plasma Cutter at Jackson Center
By Metal Center News Staff
on Aug 17, 2018
Penn Stainless Products has installed a new Koike Aronson Versagraph Millennium Series Plasma Cutting System model 6300 at its Jackson Center facility in Pennsylvania. The unit provides western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio the same cuts available through PSP’s Quakertown facility at shorter delivery times.
The system utilizes Hypertherm HPR800XD HyPerformance Plasma technology for a cut up to 2.5 inches thick, and features an extra-wide cutting envelope of 10-feet wide x 40-feet long.
PSP’s new plasma cutting solution at the Jackson Center facility brings the company’s total count to three units. Capabilities include fine-feature cuts, a quick disconnect torch and a significantly reduced bevel angle of 1 degree to 3 degree for narrow cleft. PSP is also increasing plate inventory at the Jackson Center facility. For larger plasma-cut parts up to 6-1/4-inch thick, PSP can process in Quakertown, Pa., and deliver to customers in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio within days.
“The additional plasma cutter at our Jackson Center facility will allow us to support our customers in western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio with equipment that is established in this market space.” said Jason Martineau, regional general manager of Penn Stainless.