Snap-on Releases Plasma Arc Cutting Machine
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Snap-on Releases Plasma Arc Cutting Machine

The small, 22-pound unit allows for lightweight portability in the shop, and offers an adjustable amperage range from five to 20 amps and accepts 115-volt input power supply at minimum current requirements.

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Snap-on Tools has launched the new Plasma20i Plasma Arc Cutting Machine for body shops, mobile truck repair businesses and general fabricators.

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The small, 22-pound unit allows for lightweight portability in the shop or on the job site, and offers an adjustable amperage range from five to 20 amps and accepts 115-volt input power supply at minimum current requirements.

“This is the transportable solution so many professionals need in a plasma arc cutter,” said Mike DeKeuster, Snap-on product manager. “The Plasma20i is ideal for a variety of ferrous, non-ferrous and high strength materials. Even with its compact size, it’s powerful enough to cut up to 1/4” thickness, and the adjustable amperage makes it easy to lessen distortion when working on thinner materials.”

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To save time in applications like panel removal around spot welds, the plasma cutter adjusts cut depths to the top layer of material without disturbing the base layer, Snap-on adds.

The tool package also includes an air filter and pressure regulator, so technicians can choose a nitrogen air supply or compressed air supply.

For more information about the Plasma Arc Cutting Machine, visit snapon.com.

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