110/115-v manual plasma cutters

 

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HandyPlasma 250 manual plasma cutting machines operate on standard 110/115-v input (where there's no 230-v outlet). They cut up to 1/4-in. (6.35 mm) carbon or stainless steel.

These 16-lb units are made to travel to job sites. As single-phase machines, they arrive fully assembled -- ready to cut. They are complete with torch (with double-ended electrode to cut costs), spare parts, air filter/regulator, input power cord with plug, and work cable with clamp. Output is 20-amps at 20 percent duty cycle.

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products, Florence, SC, USA
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