Wide product range
Through the production of steel structures in our locksmith factory, we undertake the construction of outdoor furniture, street workout parks, railings, handrails, gates and fences, doors, grilles, canopies, fire escape ladders, street lampposts, and construction locksmith structures.
We also undertake the welding of structural, rustless steels and aluminum.
In addition, we are waiting for the ordering of unique, special locksmith works in the industrial park in Mélykút.
Our industrial hall is easily accessible from the main road, even with an oversized shipment!
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In our plant, during plasma cutting
About plasma cutting
The ionized gas that conducts electricity at high temperatures is called plasma, which contains both positively and negatively charged particles, as well as excited neutral molecules and atoms.
Plasma cutting is a thermal cutting process that uses a narrowed arc. This technology of plasma cutting has been used to cut metals since the 1950s.
There are two versions:
Plasma jet cutting
Plasma arc cutting
This procedure is more common.
The latter procedure is the more common. Since no heat-generating process takes place during cutting, the material to be cut does not burn. The arc is created when an electric current flows from the non-melting electrode to the electrically conductive workpiece to be cut.
The plasma cutter is a current converter with a high voltage output, the voltage excites the atoms of the gas and brings them to the plasma state.
The energy required to melt the workpiece is provided by this plasma jet on the one hand and the electric arc on the other.
The gases are partially decomposed and ionized by the electric arc - they become electrically conductive, plasma - in the arc, and then, due to the high temperature, they travel to the area to be machined at multiple the speed of sound.
As soon as the high energy density plasma arc reaches the surface of the workpiece, the energy stored in the arc is released and melts the workpiece.
The kinetic energy of the intense and highly concentrated, high-kinetic plasma beam in the proper gap allows the molten material to be displaced from the cutting gap in the workpiece.