Nitrogen improves cutting quality during laser cutting
Laser cutting is used to cut through a wide variety of materials such as metal. Laser cutting is an appropriate method particularly when high precision or speed are required. In this context, nitrogen serves as an auxiliary or cutting gas that is blown through the kerf at high pressure. As an inert gas, nitrogen does not react with the molten metal and prevents the cutting edge from coming into contact with oxygen. This prevents oxidation and rust formation at the cutting edges and also improves kerf quality.
With our nitrogen generators, we supply high quality solutions for the stationary and mobile production of nitrogen for different applications, including for low volume requirements.
Our nitrogen generators produce nitrogen with a purity of up to 6.0 with residual oxygene amounting to 1.0 ppm and quantities from 0,50 - 10.000,00 Nm³/h.