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  1. Our Plasma Cutting Equipment Inventory is Growing!

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    When you’ve been in business for over 90 years, you learn a lot about how to meet your customers’ needs and strive to exceed expectations.

    While there are many factors that contribute to almost a century of this success, one of the best ways to keep meeting needs and expectations is by providing the newest, latest, most advanced technology and products. It’s critical to keep changing with the times, evolving and staying modern.

    At Sutton-Garten, we achieve this by constantly updating our offerings and working to distribute the latest innovative tools. For instance, we’ll soon be adding a Hypertherm Powermax30®AIR plasma cutting system to our rental fleet—and we’re getting very excited about what this means for our clients.

    The Powermax30®AIR has some features Plasma Cutting Equipmentand benefits, including the fact that it’s the lightest, smallest handheld plasma cutting system in its class. This means you can take it anywhere, bringing the system to the job instead of the other way around. Its portability makes it well suited for a wide range of applications, and it’s as easy to use as it is easy to carry.

    It also uniquely features its built-in air compressor; it’s small in size, but high in performance, with very fast cutting speeds and a superior cut quality. Recommended cutting is 8-10mm at up to 50 mm/min (20ipm). Simply put, it’s a top-notch product.

    We’re confident that a number of industries will welcome and benefit from the Powermax 30 Air. It’s just one of the many ways we’re continuously improving and growing.

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