Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 40 Plasma Cutter (1-4000-1)
Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 40 Plasma Cutter (1-4000-1)
Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 40 Plasma Cutter (1-4000-1)
Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 40 Plasma Cutter (1-4000-1)

Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 40 Plasma Cutter (1-4000-1)

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The Thermal Dynamics Cutmaster 40 Plasma Cutter (1-4000-1) features a rugged, weather-proof, three-handle case that better protects the unit, especially during transportation in a job box or back of a work truck. The handles make it easier to move the unit in tight quarters, as well as help organize the cables when moving it. This mighty machines packs a 40% Duty Cycle depending on application. Automatic voltage input detection from 110-240V means you plug it in and the machine will automatically set the max output; 27 amps for 110 and 40 amps for 200-240V. It's that easy!

The Cutmaster 40 comes with the proven SL60 1Torch with 16-ft. torch lead, which is up to 4 ft. longer than competitive torches. Because it uses Thermal Dynamic’s ATC torch connection (standard on all Cutmaster units), users can connect an additional 25-ft or 50-ft. length of torch lead. The work cable uses a standard 50mm Dinse connection, while the robust work clamp creates a strong electrical connection.

The SL60 1Torch comes with the Cutmaster Black Series electrodes, which extend operating life by up to 60 percent. As a result, they lower cutting cost and downtime, as well as maintain cut performance over a longer time period.

ESAB backs the Cutmaster 40 with an industry leading 4-year warranty on the power supply and a 1-year warranty on the 1Torch.

Comes with:
• Cutmaster 40 Power Supply
• 16 Ft SL60 90 degree torch with lead
• Work lead with ground clamp
• Input power adapters for 50A to 20A and for 20A to 15A
• 1/4 in. NPT air fitting with quick connect
• Operating manual
• Spare parts kit
• 2 Black Series Electrodes (9-8214)
• 2 40A Tips (9-8208)
• 1 Gouging Tip (9-8225)
• 1 Shield Cup (9-8237)
• 1 Shield Deflector (9-8243)

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