Hypertherm's New MAXPRO200 Plasma Cutter Is Available

New system boats 200-amps of cutting heat for fast, multiple precision cuts.

Hypertherm has launched the MAXPRO200, a 200-amp air and oxygen plasma system engineered for heavy duty, high capacity cutting and gouging. The machine boasts the fastest cut speeds, best cut quality and lowest operating costs in its class.

Additionally, the combination of LongLife technology and excellent Air/Air and O2/Air cut quality enables operators to cut more parts per hour and minimizes the need for secondary operations. Other features of the MAXPRO200 include:

•Intuitive one step interface and automatic gas control for consistent results without operator intervention
•Optional quick disconnect torches for fast consumable changes
•Two handheld and two mechanized torch options
•Advanced diagnostics to simplify troubleshooting and service
•Patented consumable designs for best in class cut speeds and robust production piercing.
•For more information on the MAXPRO200, visit HYPERTHERM.

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