plasma torch Equipment

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by Castolin Eutectic

Castolin can provide a full range of torches for manual or automatic operation, powder or cold wire coating, joining with or without filler material, outer or inner welding.

Reverse Polarity Torches (RPT)

by PyroGenesis Canada Inc.

The RPT model has been used for plasma atomization of titanium alloys. The result is an extremely high quality titanium powder with highly spherical particles. The RPT can also be used for producing other metallurgical products where high purity is a key requirement.

Air Plasma Torches (APT)

by PyroGenesis Canada Inc.

Originally designed for waste gasification, this plasma torch has been used on marine ships for waste destruction, as well as on PyroGenesis Canada's land-based Plasma Resource Recovery Systems for waste-to-energy applications. PyroGenesis Canada's air plasma torch systems are also employed in other waste to energy projects.

Compact Coaxial Plasma Spray Torch (Minigun) (CCPST)

by PyroGenesis Canada Inc.

Originally designed for Atmospheric Plasma Spray (APS) coating, the Minigun is ideally suited tor metal and ceramic coating, heat treatment, and small-scale waste destruction.

Europlasma - High Temperature Plasma Torches System


Europlasma Torches & Process designs and manufactures high temperature plasma systems which have industrial applications in the metals industry, in waste destruction and in high temperature gasification.

WPC Torches

by Westinghouse Plasma Corporation

Westinghouse Plasma Corp.  torches are sophisticated devices but their purpose is simple – they are high temperature heating devices.At the most rudimentary level, plasma is just very high temperature thermal energy. In nature, plasma is produced by lightning when it superheats the air around a lightning bolt converting the air to ...

Tetronics Titanium - Anode Torch

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Tetronics' innovative anode torch design has resulted in compact transferred arc torches, which can be constructed without the need for tungsten or other heavy metals that are highly undesirable in the melting of titanium alloys.

Tetronics - Gas Heating Torches

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Tetronics gas heating torches are based on Tetronics’ highly successful Direct Current (DC) system, operating in a non-transferred arc mode. They have a typical range of operating power of between 50 and 300 kW and can accept almost any gas as the working gas to be heated. Their design makes them ideal for providing a clean, controllable ...

Transferred Arc Torch

by Phoenix Solutions Company

PSC's Transferred Arc Plasma Torch, with one internal electrode, transfers the arc of the plasma jet to the melt, resulting in a localized and very high heat. Transferred-Arc Torches can operate on argon, nitrogen, helium, hydrogen, air, methane, propane or oxygen, providing flexibility in applications such as continuous casting of metals, tundish ...

Non-Transferred Arc Torch

by Phoenix Solutions Company

PSC's Non-Transferred Plasma Arc Torch houses both front and rear internal electrodes, creating a jet of plasma constrained to the end of the torch, while allowing the jet to be moved inside the furnace. The heat from a Non-Transferred Arc Torch is more dispersed than a Transferred Arc, and is suited for a wide range of applications including ...

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