Acetylene-oxygen, plasma and electric torch cutting course
Types of cuts and their specific characteristics
This type of cutting is known as gas cutting or oxygen cutting. It is a commonly used method of separating metals. This method is most commonly used to cut unalloyed steels and low alloy steels.
- Plasma cutting
Known as a metal cutting technique, the essence of which is to melt metal and eject it from the cutting slot. The whole process is carried out by means of a special plasma arc, acting under the influence of high kinetic energy.
- Electrical cutting
This type of cutting provides a better cut surface quality and increased productivity compared to manual cutting. By using oxygen to cut structural carbon and low alloy steels.
|Oxy-acetylene cutting||Plasma cutting||Electrical cutting|
|What is it about?||This process involves heating the material to ignition temperature using a flame, followed by combustion and subsequent blasting of the liquid metal with a pressurised oxygen jet. The method makes it possible to cut metal sheets up to 30 cm thick||The material to be treated melts and is then blown out of the slit. Such a process is made possible by cutting technology using high temperatures at the core of the plasma arc, as well as high jet speeds.|
|The cut is made in two directions, perpendicular to the base or at an angle of 0 ÷ 45°. It can be driven by hand directly on the material to be cut, on a rail guide, according to an angle iron or with a circular saw. However, forward running is recommended|
- Oxy-acetylene cutting - is used when thicker materials made of ordinary steel need to be cut.
- Plasma cutting - the most common applications for plasma cutting are the treatment of conductive materials such as aluminium, stainless steel and black steel.
- Electrical cutting - the main applications of electrical cutting include cutting machine parts and structural components in steel construction plants and in craft workshops.
How do I obtain a torch cutting licence?
Thinking about cutting work with a torch? By law, in order to do cutting work, you must first try to obtain a licence, which is issued by an accredited training centre.
Who may have taken a course on torch cutting?
Our ERGON centre invites anyone who meets the two necessary conditions to take part in the course:
|AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE||MINIMUM PRIMARY EDUCATION|
Our ERGON course will allow all participants to properly prepare for this demanding position.
What will you learn on the course?
In addition to first aid information, po ERGON course You will also learn a lot of information on
- general provisions,
- regulations on technical supervision,
- burner work organisation,
- selected knowledge of thermal technology,
- working principles and specificity of individual provisions,
- health and safety rules.
Who are we?
For more than 20 years, we have been providing comprehensive training services for various professional groups. There is something for everyone! Our offer includes, among others UDT training, welding, welding, brazing, flanged joints, health and safety, as well as courses for specialists, fitters, operators and much more.