ESAB Knowledge centre
ESAB's experience with oxy-fuel cutting dates back to 1907.
Plasma is defined in Websters as a ”collection of charged particles ... containing about equal numbers of positive ions and electrons and exhibiting some properties of a gas but differing from a gas in being a good conductor of electricity ...”.
Consistent flow of abrasive is a requirement for high quality waterjet cutting.
Automatic height control is absolutely necessary for fully automatic waterjet cutting.
Many characteristics of a weld can be evaluated during welding inspection, some relating to the welds size, and others relating to the presence of weld discontinuities.