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The AirForce 500i is an economical plasma cutting system for all conductive metals. The inverter-based design and reliable technology pack a lot of performance into a very portable package. It excels at cutting thin sheet metal to 3/8-inch mild steel plate, and can even sever cut 5/8-inch mild steel.
This power source adapts to your work site by operating from either 115 or 230 VAC power through standard household outlet using the Multi-Voltage Plug (MVP). Changing the plug requires no tools - easily install the plug that fits the receptacle.
The AirForce 500i is easy to setup and use. Just plug-in the unit, connect the compressed air supply, ground the workpiece, pull the trigger and cut.
Cuts any conductive metal. Cuts faster than oxy fuel. More precise cut, thinner kerf, less slag to clean up. Smaller heat-affected zone for less warping. No gas pressure settings or flame tuning needed. No preheating of metal prior to cutting.
AirForce 500i with MVP, HP-50 torch with 16.5 ft (5 m) lead and consumables, 16.5 ft (5 m) heavy duty work clamp, Extra consumables (2 electrodes, 2 tips), 1 airline fitting, 10-ft. (3 m) power cord with 5-15P (115 V, 15 A) and 6-50P (230 V, 50 A) MVP plugs, standoff guide, and owners manual.
The AirForce 500i is an economical plasma cutting system for all conductive metals. Inverter-based design and reliable technology pack a lot of performance into a very portable package. This power source adapts to your work site by operating from either 115 or 230 VAC power through standard household outlet using the Multi-Voltage Plug (MVP).
Easy set up. 115/230 plug is easy and works great. Have used both currents and no issues.Published 3 months ago by El_Jes
I used it to cut a peace of 16ga.It was such a good cut, right out of the box. Great machine.Published 5 months ago by Richard
This is a great plasma cutter. I haven't tried cutting more than 1/2 inch steel yet but it does a great job so far. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Patrick Willis
unit starts off ok but cuts out alot not an even cuts and does not matter if is on thin metal or not. am trying to trouble shoot problem but not having much luck.Published 16 months ago by Walter Hagedorn
We already own a Hobart MIG welder that we use to assemble metal frames that support our custom signs. Read morePublished on September 25, 2013 by Belmeade Signs