Cutting with oxygen is an economical process for the cutting of mild and low alloy steels, even with weld preparations. Although this is a very old and proven process, it is still an indispensable part of the steel industry today. Despite upcoming processes like laser cutting and plasma cutting, oxy fuel cutting is still one of the most used cutting processes in the steel industry. For heavy material thicknesses (greater than 250 mm) there is currently no alternative to flame cutting.
- straight cutting
- bevel cutting
- hole cutting
Machine flame cutting ensures reliable hole-piercing, good cutting quality and allows the production of components to their finished sizes without the need for further processing. For weld seam preparations V, Y and K cuts can be produced.