Jasic Cut 45 PFC Plasma Cutter
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Jasic Cut 45 PFC Plasma Cutter

£1,006.32 incl. vat

Jasic Cut 45 PFC Plasma Cutter

The Jasic Cut 45 PFC Plasma Cutter is equipped with PWM technology and high powered IGBT components is the perfect solution for cutting low carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminium. This user-friendly and highly portable inverter offers smooth, fast and precise cutting on material up to 15mm and a maximum of 20mm, where a severance cut is required. Another outstanding feature of this high specification model is PFC (Power Factor Correction) that provides substantial energy saving benefits for the user.

Package Includes
Power source, Plasma torch, Earth return lead, Operating instructions, 5 year extended warranty (subject to conditions), free UK mainland delivery.
Not Included
Replacement plasma torch consumables, PPE (Welding helmets, Welding gloves, etc).

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Jasic Cut 45 PFC Plasma Cutter

The Jasic Cut 45 PFC Plasma Cutter is equipped with PWM technology and high powered IGBT components is the perfect solution for cutting low carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminium. This user-friendly and highly portable inverter offers smooth, fast and precise cutting on material up to 15mm and a maximum of 20mm, where a severance cut is required. Another outstanding feature of this high specification model is PFC (Power Factor Correction) that provides substantial energy saving benefits for the user.

Key features of the Jasic Cut 45 PFC Plasma Cutter

  • IGBT plasma cutting inverter
  • Lightweight, portable modern design
  • Variable cutting control
  • Soft touch LED control display
  • Smooth precise cutting
  • PFC Energy saving inverter
  • Generator friendly

Membership
We are members of The Garage Equipment Association (GEA), working together to deliver excellence.

Service Contracts
Regardless of the size of your business, we can give you the best service contracts for your workshop and garage equipment whether it be for installation, inspection, maintenance, breakdown repairs or calibrations.

Warranty

The warranty period is 2 years following the date of purchase or 5 years if you register online within 28 days of purchase.

The extension to the warranty period of your JASIC welding or cutting equipment is subject to the following conditions:

  1. Completion of the warranty extension details which maybe submitted online at www.jasic.co.uk – Warranty registration section. After 28 days you will be unable to extend the warranty period.
  1. The warranty is subject to the equipment being maintained in accordance with the details shown in the instruction manual. It is recommended that any maintenance be carried by a suitably qualified and competent person.

Servicing Your Plasma Cutter

All new JASIC welders, plasma cutters and multi-process units sold through Wilkinson Star Limited within the United Kingdom & Ireland shall be warrantied to the original owner, non transferable, against failure due to defective materials or production. The warranty period is 2 years following the date of purchase or 5 years if you register online within 28 days of purchase.

The manual suggests a daily, weekly and yearly maintenance plan. As a service agent we can provide yearly maintenance inspections on your JASIC equipment and complete the relevant documentation which will enable you to adhere to the warranty set out by JASIC.

We offer a maintenance agreement that will ensure total peace of mind. This support ensures that our engineers know all the latest technology, giving consistency and reliability to all of our customers.

Our maintenance agreement includes:

  • A 5 year contract
  • One visit per year
  • Service manual completed by our engineer
  • Guaranteed completion on time
  • Labour included during agreed service schedule
  • Parts are chargeable which will be quoted for
  • Full professional combined insurance and public liability
  • GEA accredited

Plasma Cutting

What is plasma?

Plasma is the fourth state of matter. We normally think of three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. For a common element, water, these three states are ice, water and steam.

The difference between these states is their relative energy levels. When you add energy in the form of heat to ice, the ice melts and forms water; if you add more energy, the water vaporizes and becomes steam. If you were to add considerably more energy to the steam – heating it to about 11,700° C – the steam would break up into a number of component gases, and would become electrically conductive, or ionized. This high energy ionized gas is called plasma.

A plasma cutting system uses a plasma stream to transfer energy to a conductive work material. The plasma stream is typically formed by forcing a gas such as nitrogen, oxygen, argon — or even air — through a narrow nozzle. An electric current produced by an external power supply adds sufficient energy to the gas flow to ionize it, turning it into a plasma arc with temperatures approaching 40,000˚ F. The plasma arc cuts the workpiece by melting it, and blows away the molten metal.

Plasma system components
A basic plasma cutting system includes the following components:

  • Power supply – A constant current DC power source. The open circuit voltage is typically in the range of 240 to 400 VDC. The output current (amperage) and overall kilowatt rating of the power supply determines the speed and cut thickness capability of the system. The main function of the power supply is to provide the correct energy to maintain the plasma arc after ionization.
  • Arc starting circuit – In most liquid-cooled torches of 130 amps and higher, this is a high frequency generator circuit that produces an AC voltage of 5,000 to 10,000 volts at approximately 2 MHz. This voltage creates a high intensity arc inside the torch to ionize the gas, producing the plasma. Rather than the high frequency starting circuit above, air plasma torches typically use a moving electrode, or “blowback start” technology to ionize the gas.
  • Torch – This serves as the holder for the consumable nozzle and electrode, and provides cooling (either gas or water) to these parts. The nozzle and electrode constrict and maintain the plasma jet.

Typical applications and industries
Plasma is used in both handheld and mechanized systems to cut a wide range of conductive materials, including mild steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and other metals.

Cutting applications include:

  • Straight cutting
  • Bevel cutting
  • Gouging
  • Hole cutting
  • Extended reach cutting and gouging
  • Fine feature cutting
  • Marking

Industries and markets include:

  • Farming and ranching
  • Shipbuilding
  • Mining
  • Energy
  • HVAC and mechanical fabrication
  • Steel service centers
  • Construction equipment
  • Automotive restoration
  • Artwork, signs, and ornamentation
  • Pipes and pipelines
  • General construction
  • Civil service construction
  • General fabrication and job shops