Cost-efficient cutting with air
The air-cooled plasma cutting inverters of the CutFire series cut electrically conductive materials with thicknesses from 1 to 40 mm using air as plasma gas. These plasma cutting units are particularly suited for simple, automatized cutting tasks. Therefore they can easily be adapted to CNC-guided and other mechanical guiding systems.
Flash 101: Swirl gas for more performance
With air rotating around the plasma beam the swirl gas technology of the machine torch Flash 101 stabilises the arc and thus ensures a better protection and cooling of the consumables. In combination with the inverter CutFire 100i the Flash 101 cuts material thicknesses of up to 40 mm reliably and can also be used for bevel cutting, marking and piercing.
Flash 100: Air-cooled torch technique
The air-cooled plasma machine torch Flash 100 is used for mechanised plasma cutting with the inverter CutFire 65i. The torch is equipped with a central connector for a quick torch change.
Simply good cutting
With just a few settings the compact plasma cutting units of the Smart Focus series achieve excellent results in the cutting range from 1 to 100 mm – even
under most challenging conditions. The Smart Focus units can also be used for marking, bevel and underwater cutting – made in Germany.
Mild steel cutting with Contour Cut & Silent Cut
With the well-proven Contour Cut technology small contours, narrow webs and holes with a diameter to material thickness ratio of 1:1 can be cut in excellent
quality in mild steel. Contour Cut Speed allows the cutting of contours with a speed that is up to 50 % faster. As a further development of Contour Cut the new
Silent Cut technology reduces the sound pressure level by up to 15 dB(A) during cutting. This is made possible by new consumables and the use of the
Silent Cut cutting database – with similar cut quality.
Torches & gas control – intelligent redevelopment
Either manual or automated gas supply units are available for the Smart Focus series. With these the user achieves best cutting results with highest, reproducible quality. The manual gas supply unit PGE-300 now allows for plasma cutting with air as plasma gas.
The new torches PerCut 2000 and PerCut 4000 have been improved compared to the preceding models. They provide precise cuts and highest cutting speeds.
Their unique cooling system up to the torch tip guarantees longest consumable life and reduces the gas consumption and costs per cutting metre.
The plasma cutting systems of the HiFocus neo series meet the highest demands in the cutting range between 0.5 and 160 mm. Due to the constriction of the
plasma arc by means of a heavily rotating swirl gas, it is possible to achieve laserlike cuts with nearly dross-free* and rectangular cut surfaces. Users benefit
from diverse possible applications as well as low process costs due to high cutting and marking speeds: The plasma cutting units can be used in connection
with all common CNC guiding systems, pipe cutting machines or robots, also for bevel cutting or underwater plasma cutting (from HiFocus 280i neo).
Get ready for the future with our new Q series of digital plasma cutting machines. This new generation of plasma cutting machines is the result of intense research and development at Kjellberg, marking a milestone in our 60 years of experience in plasma cutting and setting new standards in terms of quality and connectivity.
The plasma cutting machines Q 3000 and Q 3000 plus combine precise, highest level plasma cutting and marking with the requirements of digitalised manufacturing. Thanks to our unique Q-Desk operator interface, the user has access to information about the process, the consumables used and also machine wear, enabling him to plan and execute a variety of maintenance tasks as guided by the system.
Kjellberg is the longest established manufacturer of plasma cutting technique in the market and offers plasma and laser cutting technique for a wide range of different cutting tasks. With the high-quality products made in Germany excellent results can be achieved for automated, mechanised or manual cutting. Users acquire powerful state-of-the-art systems and advanced cutting technologies which can be used in diverse application areas.
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