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Plasma Grill - Water table for hand held plasma cutters

Plasma Grill - Water table for hand held plasma cutters
Your Price: $71.95
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Part Number:PT310
  • -Water tub sold separately
  • -Slotted screw clamp holds work, guide and our Plasma Stencils

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With Cutting Slats [+$34.00]
No Slats
The Plasma Grill is built to burn metal with a simple and efficient design. Each end is suspended over the most common water tubs available, with two support bars, that hold all of the cutting slats. This creates the best plasma table/grill for your hand held plasma cutter for the price. With a simpler clamp, we were able to design a table that cuts the cost in half for you. The clamp covers the majority of the plasma grill to hold a straight edge, guide or our Plasma Stencils for precise plasma cutting.

The Plasma Grill will sit on top of a Behrens 17 gal. tub or standard 55 gal. drum that is filled with water, this creates a very economical and effective Plasma Grill. All of the sparks/slag and most of the smoke is captured with a 5" air gap above the water.
We include a slotted screw clamp to firmly hold a straight edge, guide or our Plasma Stencils. This allows you to use both hands for guiding your plasma cutter to make precise cuts. The usable cutting area is 21".

The cutting slats just drop into place, which makes them easy to replace. They are 1/8" x 2" flat bar and 18 feet is required (when purchased separately). The grill is laser cut from 1/8" steel and requires welding to assemble, it will take about 10 minutes to layout, tack and weld. The Plasma Grill just rests on top of the tub, so it's easy to take apart for cleaning. Bolts are included to mount the plasma grill to your water tub, so it's easy to move around. The Behrens 17 gallon galvanized steel tub is a great choice for those that want a quick and easy set up. Most farm or hardware stores have them in stock and they are sold through many online stores, just make sure you get the Behrens brand. It takes about 10 gallons of water to get a 5" air gap. A standard 55 gallon drum can be cut down to 8" high and use 5 gallons of water. This is the better choice for those that want to spend a little extra time making a water tub. The plasma grill can be hung off your fab table or mounted on a roll around for an even better plasma cutting experience.

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