Hypertherm, a manufacturer of plasma, laser and waterjet cutting systems, is pleased to announce that, in cooperation with different Channel Partners, several seminars about plasma metal cutting will take place in South Africa in July.
The plasma metal cutting industry is rapidly changing. Every day, new advancements and new technologies are introduced. As Hypertherm customers are always interested in finding out more about the latest developments in plasma metal cutting, Hypertherm and its partners are organizing seminar sessions to educate end users on plasma cutting technology.
In total 8 seminars are planned in July. The first sessions will take place at Hypertherm’s OEM partners from July 13 until July 16. Focus during these seminars will be on the latest enhanced capabilities of Hypertherm’s HyPerformance® HPRXD® product line, giving end users more options and flexibility for multiple cutting applications. Advanced technologies including True BevelTM, Rapid PartTM and True HoleTM that are part of Hypertherm’s Built for BusinessTM Integrated Cutting Solutions platform will be explained in depth.
The second part of the seminars will take place at the locations of several distributors from July 20 until July 23. Focus will be around Hypertherm’s handheld and automated air plasma systems. The complete family of Powermax® metal cutting systems including the three newest members of the product family; the Powermax30® AIR with built-in compressor, the Powermax30 XP and the Powermax125®, the most powerful system in the line-up will get shown. In addition, the MAXPRO200®, a 200 amps LongLife® air and oxygen plasma system engineered for heavy-duty, high capacity mechanised and handheld cutting and gouging, will get demonstrated. The events will be focused on specific industries like emergency, mining, agriculture and plant hiring.
“It is the first time that Hypertherm is organising these types of educational events in South Africa,” said Jurgen Boelaars, EMEA Marketing Manager. “South Africa is a key market for us and we feel it is extremely important to educate end users on what our technologies are capable of so they can make a well-informed decision when they need to invest in a new machine, or when to upgrade or retrofit their existing cutting machine to the latest standards.”
Customers interested in attending a seminar can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and will receive more information about the event that is of interest.
For further details contact Craig Sterley of Hypertherm on email email@example.com