The Oxy Gas Cutting Process
Oxy-fuel cutting is one of the oldest processes still in use within the industry today. This process uses fuel and oxygen to cut metals. In the oxy-fuel cutting process, a torch is used to heat the metal to its kindling point and then a stream of oxygen is focused on directly on it. This causes it to burn into a metal oxide, which will then flow out of the kerf as slag.
This particular cutting method is frequently employed when fabricating some form of metal-based artwork.
This process is a universally recognized means of cutting ferrous metals.
|Thickness||up to 300mm|
|Width||up to 6.5 metres|
|Length||up to 18 metres|