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Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques
Autogen-Schneidtechnik

for Flame Cutting Machines
für Brennschneidmaschinen

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Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines

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Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques
Autogen-Schneidtechnik

for Flame Cutting Machines
für Brennschneidmaschinen

Manufacturer: Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH Schneidsysteme Otto-Hahn-Str. 2 - 4 D - 64823 Groß-Umstadt Postfach 1102 D - 64818 Groß-Umstadt Telephone: +49 (0) 6078 / 7 87-0 Fax: +49 (0) 6078 / 7 87-150

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fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A. fuel gas propane ® ® ® 4 7 7 7 8 8 9 10 10 12 12 12 13 14 16 17 21 22 24 26 26 32 33 34 35 39 45 45 59 63 67 72 77 78 79 83 4 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1210-A. fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles A-CID. methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures (Mapp gas etc.) Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles OPERATING DATA FOR MACHINE FLAME CUTTING NOZZLES Overview of flame cutting nozzles Flame cutting nozzles A-RS.004 .28092.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Contents CONTENTS DESCRIPTION OF PROCESSES AND EQUIPMENT Process Gas supply to the machine Hoses and connections Pressure regulators Nonreturn valves SAFETY General remarks STARTING-UP AND MAINTENANCE Selecting the nozzles Setting the gas pressures Maintenance of the pressure regulators Igniting and adjusting the torch flames Maintenance Selecting the hole-piercing position and cutting direction Starting the cut and hole piercing Cutting by means of triple-torch assemblies Cutting speed OVERVIEW Machine cutting torches Machine cutting torches . fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5310-A. fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles LP-N.Spare parts Flame cutting nozzles Fuel gas Acetylene Fuel gas Propane. methane (natural gas). fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles AC 41-A.

fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC. fuel gas GRIESON ® ® ® ® ® 183 184 185 186 Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. fuel gas propane Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF.004 5 . fuel gas GRIESON ® ® ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.28092. fuel gas GRIESON ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® 87 92 96 101 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 115 119 124 128 133 134 135 136 137 138 142 151 156 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 170 175 179 ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF. fuel gas GRIESON Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. fuel gas GRIESON Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1210-PYF. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Contents Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas Mapp gas Powder nozzle AC 41-PMYF. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF. fuel gas GRIESON Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF. fuel gas methane Flame cuting nozzles PL-RC. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles LP-N. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF. fuel gas Mapp® gas Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. fuel gas GRIESON Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMY. fuel gas propane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF. fuel gas methane Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF. fuel gas GRIESON Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMY.

28092.004 . ® ® ® 187 188 190 6 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. fuel gas GRIESON INDEX SPARE AND WEARING PARTS The list of spare and wearing parts with order form is contained in the documentation package for your plant.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Contents Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF. fuel gas GRIESON Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY.

Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines

Description of processes and equipment

Process

Process

Oxy-fuel flame cutting is that thermal cutting process which is executed with a fuel gas/oxygen flame and cutting oxygen. The material is heated locally to ignition temperature and combusted at this point in the stream of cutting oxygen. The heat which is produced by the heating flame and on combustion of the material permits a continuous process of combustion in the stream of cutting oxygen. The reaction is propagating in the depth and - upon movement - in the feed direction. The oxides produced mixed with melt metal — also called cutting slag — are ejected by the cutting oxygen jet, thereby producing the cutting kerf. Flame cutting of materials is only possible if they meet the following requirements: • The material heated to ignition temperature must combust in the oxygen stream producing fluid oxides which can be ejected. • The ignition temperature of the material must be below its melting point. • The combustion heat of the material must be as great as possible and its thermal conductivity as low as possible. These requirements are met by all structural steels, many low-alloy steels and steel castings as well as titanium.

Gas supply to the machine Attention! Please note: Accident prevention regulations for oxygen (VBG 62), Technical regulations for acetylene plants and calcium carbide stores (TRAC), Safety devices for sewer gas, long-distance gas, natural gas (methane) and liquid gas (e.g. propane, butane) DVGW memorandum G 606. Oxygen According to requirements, it is possible to use batteries or bundles of cylinders, or cold vaporizers. Depending on the facilities available, the flame cutting machine can be supplied via the works system or directly from the gas supply source. Fuel gas • Acetylene Dependent on the consumption level, batteries or bundles of cylinders, or generators may be used for supplying acetylene. • Fuel gas mixtures (Methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures (Mapp gas etc.) Dependent on the consumption level, Mapp gas is supplied by single cylinders, cylinder batteries or tanks. • Propane Generally, a liquid gas tank with vaporizing station is installed for supplying propane. • Natural gas Natural gas is provided via pipelines. The minimum pressure at the torch inlet must be observed (see cutting tables).

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Hoses and connections

Description of processes and equipment

Extraction points The extraction points should be selected on the basis of the maximum quantities of gas required and the type of fuel gas to be used. Literature Storage and distribution stations (cylinder batteries, bundles, vaporizer stations) for technical gases Pipework fittings for technical gases supply equipment (extraction point fittings) for flame cutting machines Determining the nominal bores of pipework and fittings for gases Hoses and connections

0.810.108 0.810.109 Gas 0.810.111 0.810.117

Use hoses that comply with EN 559. The specification of DIN 8541, part 2, applies to sheathed hoses. Use hoses that comply with DIN 4815 for liquid gas. Identification colors: Oxygen: Fuel gas (except liquid gas): Propane/butane/fuel gas mixtures (Methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures, e. g. Mapp): Compressed air: blue red orange black

Hoses must be secured with suitable hose clips or hose joints. The length of the hose should be such that it does not impede the travel of the cross-carriage. Do not confuse the hoses for heating and cutting oxygen. Connections comply with EN 560. Pressure regulators Dependent on the type of machine, pressure regulators are located at the extraction point or at the central control of the machine. All regulators are of the directly controlled, proportional type. The valve cone is controlled via a diaphragm by means of the interaction of gas pressure and spring pressure or control pressure. The outlet pressure remains constant even in the event of fluctuating inlet pressures. The gas throughput of the pressure regulators incorporated in the machine corresponds with the performance range of the machine. If no pressure regulators are incorporated in the machine, it is necessary to select extraction point pressure regulators which correspond with the maximum gas throughput. (On this subject please refer to Art. no. 0.810.111)

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Nonreturn valves

Nonreturn valves

In order to secure the hoses and the gas supply lines in the flame cutting machine, nonreturn valves with flame arresters are mounted between hoses and torch adjustment valves. On flame cutting machines which are equipped with ignition devices, the fuel gas outlet for the ignition torch must be located between the nonreturn valve and the torch adjustment valve. For arrangement of nonreturn valves see Fig. 1–1. For flame cutting machines which are equipped with machine cutting torches MS 3450/MS3452 with integrated ignition refer to the Instruction Manual Art. no. 716.51395/724.91080.

Fig. 1–1: Arrangement of the nonreturn valves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Solenoid valve for ignition device Adjustment valve for ignition torch Ignition torch Machine cutting torch Torch adjustment valves Installation possibility for test pressure gauge (T irons and pressure gauge see "Machine cutting torch", "T irons for test pressure gauges" and "Test pressure gauge according to DIN 8549") Nonreturn valves Fuel gas supply line Heating oxygen supply line Cutting oxygen supply line

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Before starting work (change of shift). When switched on the machine must be under the supervision of the operating personnel. such as single torch. immediately close the adjustment valves for fuel gas. The Messer Cutting & Welding machine cutting torches are to be combined only with the corresponding cutting nozzles from Messer Cutting & Welding of the same type of gas. is ready for operation. This is particularly the case when cutting tables that incorporate water tanks and fume extraction units are being used. cutting oxygen by hand in the given order. Within the working range of the machine. must be made workmanlike. The machine cutting torches should be operated exclusively with the fuel gas for which they are marked. after flame flashback or backfiring.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines General remarks Safety Oxy-fuel flame cutting is that thermal cutting process which is executed with a fuel gas/oxygen flame and cutting oxygen. For manual ignition of the torches only suitable gas igniters should be used. triple-torch assembly. Ignition. In case of clogged flame cutting nozzles. Check after electric ignition that all preselected torches have ignited. The screw connections of the gas piping and at the torch must be tightened firmly and gastight. The user must use the fuel gas specified for the machine. When the assemblies are not connected. To prevent the risk of fire and explosions it is absolutely essential to eliminate uncontrolled outflows of gas or gas mixtures. heating oxygen. in particular the cutting torch. The machine must not be started up without the prescribed safety device mounted at the extraction point of the central fuel gas supply line. oppositely directed torch carriages or similar equipment. the supply lines for exchangeable assemblies are to be closed gas-tight.28092.004 . General remarks 10 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. The individual gas connections on exchangeable assemblies. All adjustment valves on non-used machine cutting torches must be closed by hand. (See section "Igniting and adjusting the flame"). sufficient clearance is to be kept to rotating units. adjustment and extinguishing of the flame are to be carried out in accordance with the instruction manual. the operating personnel must make sure that the machine.

nozzles and similar parts. hoses. pressure regulators. apart from the changing of torch units. Attention! Please note: Accident Prevention Regulations "Welding.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Safety General remarks During flame cutting. adjustment and inspection work. the following personal protective gear and clothing must be used. The same applies to the exchange of torch units. 1) to be purchased from Messer Cutting & Welding. cutting torches and nozzles already mentioned. Defective torches.004 11 . torches. Operating personnel must not carry about in their clothing any objects of easily ignitable material. water). Inflammable materials are to be stored out of the sparking area only. cutting oxygen. In the case of lengthy interruptions in work. No structural modifications or additions should be made to the machine. the operator should be equipped with: 1) • gloves • safety shoes 1) • leggings (as far as necessary) 1) • protective helmet • personal acoustic protection • (capsular or in form of wad or plugs). It is forbidden to use oxygen for purposes of cleaning. nozzles.28092. pressure gauges etc. The flame cutting machine and its torch units are to be serviced according to the instruction manual. cooling or ventilation. are to be replaced or repaired by qualified personnel only. The machine must not be operated during the execution of maintenance. Oxygen must not come into contact with parts contaminated with oil or grease (also clothing). such as at the end of a shift. Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. The operator must wear: • an apron for the protection of the trunk (leather) 1) • protective glasses with lateral protection and standardized protective filters In addition. cutting and related processes" (VGB 15). valves. heating oxygen. repair. nonreturn valves. compressed air. at a weekend or for repairs. it is necessary to close the shut-off valves at the outlets (fuel gas.

A = Acetylene P = Propane M = Methane(natural gas) C = Town gas Y = Fuel gas mixtures (methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures: Mapp gas etc.28092. heating oxygen and fuel gas. For measuring the pressures at the torch inlet. 12 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. the cutting oxygen pressure to be adjusted and the type of gas are imprinted on the nozzles.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Cutting with 3-torch assemblies Starting-up and maintenance Selecting the nozzles Select the appropriate type of nozzle for the torch according to the workpiece thickness that is to be cut and screw it into the torch head of the machine cutting torch making sure that no gas is leaking.004 . See figure 1–1. relieve the pressure regulators by turning back the adjusting screws and close the extraction point valves. For this job use suitable tools and apply a counter-grip at the flat faces of the torch head. Setting the gas pressures For cutting oxygen. Attention! Combine nozzles only with torches of the same type of gas. Close the central control and torch valves again.) F = Grieson Example: Cutting range Type of gas Cutting oxygen pressure Use only original nozzles from Messer Cutting & Welding! Only clean and undamaged nozzles will guarantee the output mentioned above. With the valves open – central control and torch valves – set the pressure in accordance with the details stated in the cutting table by turning the adjusting screw on the pressure regulator (section "Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles"). The cutting range. When the cutting operation has been completed or interrupted for a longer period of time. test pressure gauges are available which are to be installed between the machine cutting torches and the torch adjustment valves.

Check valve for leaks and clean filters where fitted. working pressure gauge oxidized by humidity in jumps and fluctuates the gas. The hand of the Valve cone jammed. clean cone and valve seat. Pressure increases when torch turned off. remove oxide film and dirt on the valve cone and sealing surfaces. have the pressure regulator checked and repaired by an authorized workshop.28092. Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. Safety valve does not blow off in time. If necessary. Valve cone stuck in seat. install a new valve cone. Fault Cause Remedy Dismantle valve. Hands on inlet pressure and working pressure gauge do not return to zero when valve turned off. Dismantle cone. If you cannot eliminate the fault. If too severely damaged. Dismantle valve cone and plane over indentation if slight. Leaking valve cone in valve seat. Expansion pipe in pressure gauge overstressed and weakened. Also clean filters where fitted.004 13 . Replace damaged and inaccurate pressure gauges by new ones. around the set working pressure.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Starting-up and maintenance Maintenance of the pressure regulators Maintenance of the pressure regulators Warning! Maintenance or repair of pressure regulators should be carried out by qualified personnel only. replace valve cone.

then ignite and set a neutral flame. i. Fig. methane and town gas. especially as the desired sharpness of the cut edge is also adversely affected. Since the heating flame has to provide only a certain proportion of the thermal energy required for the cutting process. the torches must be at least 100 mm above the workpiece surface. Mapp/oxygen. the volume of fuel gas for the neutral flame being proportioned at the same time using the fuel gas valve. undefined. If it is necessary to turn off an individual torch. first set surplus acetylene with the fuel gas valve on the cutting torch (identified by the "licking". At each individual torch:fully open the heating oxygen valve. first close the cutting oxygen valve. it is uneconomical if the heating flame is too large. It must flow in a straight. The corresponding cutting oxygen valves for the individual torches remain open at all times. The heating flame must surround the oxygen jet concentrically (see C. 3–1. 3–1). When each torch has been set individually — as described above —.28092. Fig. open the fuel gas valve slightly. Check the cutting oxygen jet. whilst the individual heating oxygen and fuel gas valves are used only as adjustment valves. it is possible to identify the most economic setting for these gases. cylindrical form from the nozzle and must not flutter.004 . Mapp. by the size and color of the flame. too. luminous flame cone A. 3–1). With some practice. it is only necessary to operate the central control valves. methane/oxygen. Fig. Propane/oxygen. Acetylene/Oxygen With the heating oxygen valve open. town gas/oxygen In the case of slow-combusting gases such as propane. open all central control valves. allow the issuing gas mixture to flow uncombusted for a few seconds. The size of the heating flame is set with the heating oxygen valve of the torch. then the fuel gas valve and finally the heating oxygen valve.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Cutting with 3-torch assemblies Starting-up and maintenance Igniting and adjusting the torch flames When the gas pressures have been set at the pressure regulators. Setting the heating flame 14 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. however. Then reduce the acetylene supply until the longest – still sharply defined – cone is obtained. it must be adjusted accordingly. it is not quite as easy to recognize the correct flame setting for flame cutting.e. see B. Attention! During ignition.

3–1: Setting the heating flame A Heating flame with surplus acetylene B Neutral heating flame C Correct form and position of the oxygen jet in relation to the heating flame Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.004 15 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Starting-up and maintenance Setting the heating flame Fig.28092.

28092. producing whistling. Therefore. nozzles and nonreturn valves Protect torches from damage. or even destruction of the torch. wire brushes or nozzle cleaning powder. no. 16 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. if dirty. the nonreturn valves are to be replaced dependent on the dirt produced. (See also maintenance instructions for heavy-duty flame cutting nozzles. the flame penetrates into the torch where it continues to burn in the mixing zone.810. Soiled and damaged nozzles impair the cutting quality and flashback safety of the torch.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Cutting with 3-torch assemblies Starting-up and maintenance Maintenance of torches. The flame arresters of the nonreturn valves are made of sintered metal and are soiled in the course of time by carbon deposits resulting from flashbacks or dirt from the supply lines. In the event of flashback. Art. use only suitable nozzle cleaners. Please pay attention to the detailed "Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles".996).004 . Should flashback recur. hissing noises. we recommend that the torch is passed to an authorized workshop for inspection and repair. In order to prevent damage to. This increases the pressure loss and impairs the function of the torch. immediately close the valves in the following order: • fuel gas valve • heating oxygen valve • cutting oxygen valve at the corresponding torch Then allow the torch to cool down and remedy the defect. 0. Keep the nozzles clean at all times and.

3–2.28092. unnecessary thermal distortion will arise and the component will not be true to shape (see Fig.004 17 . outside Select the hole-piercing position and cutting direction so that the component to be cut out remains connected with the complete workpiece for as long as possible. Fig 3–4 and Fig. Hole-piercing position Fig. 3–3: Selecting the hole-piercing position– WRONG Outer edge of the plate before distortion Part of rectangle cut off as a result of distortion Component cut out Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 3–5). Fig. Otherwise.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Starting-up and maintenance Selecting the hole-piercing position and cutting direction Selecting the hole-piercing position and cutting direction Component cutting sequence. 3–3. 3–2: Selecting the hole-piercing position– CORRECT Hole-piercing position Fig.

28092. 3–5: Correct hole piercing with 2 torches 18 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.004 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Cutting with 3-torch assemblies Starting-up and maintenance Fig 3–4: Correct hole-piercing and proper utilization of material Fig.

inside and outside Select the hole-piercing positions so that the heat is conducted systematically from inside to outside (Fig.Strut Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. Fig.004 19 . 3–6 and Fig. 3–6: Manufacturing drawing . inside and outside Component cutting sequence.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Starting-up and maintenance Component cutting sequence. 3–7).28092.

3–7: Drawing of component cutting sequence for strut made by means of drawing machine 20 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Cutting with 3-torch assemblies Starting-up and maintenance Starting point or end point The numbers correspond to the hole-piercing points Fig.28092.004 .

The cutting jet must produce sharp edges when starting the cut. slightly incline the torch and. at the same time. 3–8: Hole piercing with the machine cutting torch Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. When the ignition temperature is reached. If the cut is to be started at a whole within the workpiece. set nozzle clearance according to table and heat the material to ignition temperature. Position the torch suspension in the direction of the cut so that the cutting jet does not "grub up" the workpiece surface.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Starting-up and maintenance Starting the cut and hole piercing Starting the cut and hole piercing Set clearance between nozzle and surface of workpiece in accordance with the cutting table.28092. When the material has been heated up to its ignition temperature. by means of the automatic hole-piercing system: Hole piercing Fig. the starting hole can be "pierced" in the following ways: by means of hand cutting torch Preheat the piercing point well.. Then switch on the machine drive and gradually open the cutting O2 valve (proportioning valve) so that the molten material does not damage the nozzle. 3–8): Ignite the fuel gases.004 21 . Then swivel the torch until the torch head is in a vertical position. by means of machine cutting torch (Fig. gradually open the cutting oxygen valve. turn on the cutting oxygen and switch on the machine drive.

Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Cutting with 3-torch assemblies Starting-up and maintenance Cutting by means of tripletorch assemblies Sequence of torches with endlessly rotating triple-torch assemblies For K-cuts (type of kerf DHY according to DIN 8551) the torches must be arranged according to Fig. 4 Fig. observing the sense of travel. 3–9: 1 Torch l 2 Torch II 3 Torch III 4 Workpiece Sequence of torches with endlessly rotating triple-torch assemblies 5 Scrap 6 Sensing feeler 7 Cutting direction 22 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 3–9.004 .28092.

28092.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Starting-up and maintenance Sequence of torches with non-rotating (swiveling) triple-torch assemblies For K-cuts (type of kerf DHY according to DIN 8551) the torches must be arranged according to Fig. 4 Fig. The clearance between the individual torches is larger than in case of the torch assembly described under "Sequence of torches with endlessly rotating triple-torch assemblies". 3–10: 1 Torch l 2 Torch II 3 Torch III Sequence of torches with non-rotating (swiveling) triple-torch assemblies 4 Workpiece 5 Scrap 6 Cutting direction Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.004 23 . 3–10. because shape cuts cannot be executed with this assembly.

Fig. inadequate and excessive cutting speeds.004 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Cutting with 3-torch assemblies Starting-up and maintenance Cutting speed Experienced operators can tell from the way the sparks fly and from the noise produced by the cutting process whether the cutting speed is "right". Cutting direction² Feed speed: CORRECT Cutting direction² Feed speed: TOO HIGH Cutting direction² Feed speed: TOO LOW Fig. 3–11 shows the pattern of sparks that is produced by the correct. 24 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. satisfactory cut edges can be obtained only if the heating flame is correctly set! (See section "Igniting and adjusting the torch flames") The cutting speed can be infinitely varied during cutting.28092. 3–11: Attention! Cutting speed Sharp.

Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Starting-up and maintenance Cutting speed 35 Material cold work-hardened 34 Workpiece cooled too quickly 33 Insufficient preheating of workpiece 32 Steel susceptible to hot cracking 31 Content of alloy components too high 30 Carbon content too high 29 Plate with finely distributed inclusions 28 Slag inclusions in plate 27 Laminations in plate 26 Segregation lines in plate 25 Surface of plate dirty e.28092.004 25 Tertiary causes . paint 24 Scale or rust on surface of plate 23 Cutting oxygen jet deflected 22 Cutting oxygen jet turbulant 21 Cutting oxygen pressure too low 20 Cutting oxygen pressure too high 19 Cutting oxygen supply briefly interrupted 18 Not enough cutting oxygen 17 Too much cutting oxygen 16 Flame with excessive oxygen surplus 15 Flame with surplus fuel gas 14 Flame pops 13 Flame too weak 12 Flame too strong 11 Nozzles damaged or worn 10 Nozzles dirty Nozzles too small for the cutting thickness 8 Nozzles too large for the cutting thickness 7 Clearance between nozzle and plate too small 6 Clearance between nozzle and plate too great 5 Torch feed speed irregular 4 Torch feed speed too low 3 Torch feed speed too high 2 1 Incorrect angle of torch in cutting direction Material quality Plate Cutting nozzle (individual errors) Heating nozzle (individual errors) (common errors) Torch Concave below top edge Narrowing of cutting kerf (converging) Widening of cutting kerf (diverging) Concave cross-section of cut surface Undulating cross-section of cut surface Deviating angle of cut surfaces Lower edge rounded off Step at lower edge Excessive backscoring Forward scoring at top Excessive forward scoring at bottom Local deflection of scoring pattern Excessive scoring depth Irregular scoring depth Cut surface undulating in direction of cut End not cut through Cutting process interrupted Primary causes of errors Secondary causes Groups of eroded areas Edge fusion Chain of molten beads Overhanging edge Slag burrs Slag crust In the cut surface Below the cut surface Ad a b c d Faults in cut surface: Irregularity a b c d e f g h Faults in cut surface: Scoring a b c d e f a Faults in cut surface: Incompete cuts a b Erosion a b c Adhering slag a b Cracks a b Ac Flame cutting errors A Edge faults Aa G C D E B F H Ab Bb Bc Bd Explanation Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.g.

no. see page 29 Clamping diameter: 32 mm Cutting range: 3-300 mm Fuel gas: Acetylene MS 832/160-A MS 832/250-A Fuel gas: Propane/Mapp/Methane (natural gas)/Grieson MS 832/160-PMYF MS 832/250-PMYF Art. no.11171 716.51056 Series MSZ 832 and MSB 832 three-hose machine cutting torches Adjustment valves. 716.11149 716.004 . 716.28092.11142 MS 26 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.51056 716.11127 716. see page 29 Clamping diameter: 32 mm Cutting range: 3-300 mm Fuel gas: Acetylene MSZ 832/320-A Rack Fuel gas: Propane/Mapp/methane (natural gas)/Grieson MSZ 832/320-PMYF Rack Art.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Machine cutting torches Overview Machine cutting torches Series MSZ 832/320 three-hose machine cutting torches with rack Adjustment valves.11170 716.11150 716.

see page 29 Clamping diameter: 32 mm Cutting range: 3-200 mm Fuel gas: Acetylene MS 832/110-A MSB 832/110-A Fuel gas: Propane/Mapp/Methane (natural gas) MS 832/110-PMYF MSB 832/110-PMYF MS MSB Machine cutting torches Art. no.11157* Three-hose machine cutting torches MS 3452/250 with pre-ignition (separate manual) Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.11147 716. 716.004 27 .28092.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Series MSZ 832/110 and MSB 832/110 three-hose machine cutting torches Adjustment valves.11148 716.11158* 716.

554.90230 554.90210 554. Methane (natural gas) MSID 100K-A/PMY Art.28092.11104 suitable only for cutting nozzle GRICUT 8580 The MSID 450 torch has a maximum cutting range of 500 mm and is suitable for the use of PMR nozzles of 200-500 mm.90200 716. no.004 .90220 554.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Machine cutting torches Series MSID three-hose machine cutting torches (nozzle-mixing type) with 30° sealing taper Clamping diameter: 32 mm Overview Fuel gas: Acetylene/propane/Mapp/Methane (natural gas) MSID 110 MSIDK 155 (with knee) MSID 160 MSlDZ 160 (with rack) MSID 180 MSID 450 MSAP 6320 MSID MSAP MSIDZ Art.51082 716. no.90240 554. 716. popane Mapp. MSIDK with automatic bevel angle adjustment or DAFL triple-torch assembly Three-hose machine cutting torches MSID 100 K (nozzle-mixing type) with 30° sealing taper Clamping diameter: 14 mm Fuel gas: Acetylene.51356 28 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.

12320 Nonreturn valves with flame arrester and gas check valve (standard design) for heating oxygen for cutting oxygen for fuel gas for ignition mixture (for MS 3450 only) T-irons for test pressure gauges G 1/4 G 3/8 G 3/8 LH G 1/4 LH 0. 718.5 /1.5 bar 0-2.070 0.101 0.08020 G 1/4 0-16 /10 bar 0-25 /16 bar 0-2.25534 452. connection for oxygen for acetylene for Mapp for propane/methane Strip cutting torch for MS machine cutting torches Working range Cutting range G 1/4 G 3/8 G 3/8 LH 718.00501 666.069 30-320 mm 3.109 0.004 29 .364 716.5 /1.12317 718.584 0. no.00502 666.647.346.25530 718.640.60 mm 716.647.5 /1.583 0.00500 666.137 0.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Machine cutting torches Accessories for MS 732/832 and MSID Adjustment valves Heating oxygen valve Hose connection cutting oxygen valve Hose connection Fuel gas valve Hose connection G 1/4 DN 6 G 1/4 G 3/8 DN 6 G 3/8 G 3/8 LH DN 9 G3/8 LH Art.25532 718.110 0.51362 for heating oxygen for cutting oxygen for fuel gas Sealing for pressure gauge Test pressure gauge according to DlN 8549 63 mm housing diameter.640.5 bar 0-4 /2.640.640.5 bar 0.28092.640.51155 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.640.12325 718.5 bar 0-2.

00668 Swiveling torch head for bevel cuts Annular nozzle connection 716.004 .51251 718. no.51295 Two-range regulator for heating oxygen for shortening the preheating time 717.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Machine cutting torches Overview Air sprinkler for the use of thin-sheet nozzles ® VADURA 1210-A ® and GRICUT 1270-PY 2-5 mm Shut-off valve G 1/4 DN 6 Art. 716.02132 30 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.28092.

50101 716.647. Mapp.09720 666.50104 716.12321 718.50100 716. no.50130 471.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Art.020 0.346.00635 700.584 0.01365 Machine cutting torches MSD 250 three-hose heavy-duty machine cutting torch Clamping diameter: Shank length Cutting range with acetylene with propane.12320 Nonreturn valves with flame arrester and gas check valve (standard design) for heating oxygen for cutting oxygen for fuel gas G 3/8 G 1/2 G 3/8 LH 0.50211 Adjustment valves for MSD 250 machine cutting torches Heating oxygen valve Hose connection Cutting oxygen valve Hose connection Fuel gas valve Hose connection G 3/8 DN 9 G 1/2 DN 11 G 3/8 LH DN 9 718.346.50103 716.00502 666.28092.40090 160. methane (natural gas) 32 mm 250 mm 100–500 mm 100–600 mm Gas-mixing ® flame cutting nozzles GRICUT for MSD 250 machine cutting torches for acetylene GRICUT 5310-A flame cutting nozzle 100-300 mm 300-500 mm for propane.364 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.004 31 .50209 716.50236 716. methane (natural gas) GRICUT 5281-PMY flame cutting nozzle 100-300 mm 300-450 mm 450-600 mm GRICUT 5281-PMY heating nozzle 100-450 mm 450-600 mm MSD 250 716. Mapp. 716.

233105 32 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.22570 0.28092. no.08494 554. 677.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Machine cutting torches Overview MDSID/MSIDZ three-hoes machine cutting torches Item 1 2 3 Designation Thumbscrew Rack Countersunk screw M4×8 Art.004 .

004 33 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Flame cutting nozzles Flame cutting nozzles Use and application for flame cutting machines Use and application for flame cutting machines Use and application for flame cutting machines Standard nozzles High-speed cutting nozzles Heavy-duty nozzles Standard nozzles High-speed cutting nozzles Heavy-duty nozzles (gas-mixing) Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.28092.

15770 150 – 300 mm 716.15762 10 – 25 mm 716.15761 6 – 10 mm 716. no.15949 Vadura 1215-A heating nozzles 3 – 150 mm 716. use the air sprinkler (page 4/6)' 3– 5 mm 716.15763 25 – 50 mm 716.15765 80 – 100 mm 716.17106 666.004 .17115 For workpiece thicknesses above 100 mm: ® use VADURA 1215-A flame cutting nozzles! VADURA 1215-A high-speed flame cutting nozzle fuel gas Acetylene Vadura 1215-A cutting nozzle 3– 5 mm 716.15947 150 – 230 mm 716.15950 150 – 300 mm 716.15948 230 – 300 mm 716.15947 150 – 230 mm 716. 666.15949 Vadura 1210-A heating nozzle 2 – 150 mm 716.15951 VADURA 1210-A heavy-duty flame cutting nozzle fuel gas Acetylene Vadura 1210-A cutting nozzle 2–5 mm DB thin-sheet nozzle DB 716.17105 666.17104 666.15760 When using the thin-sheet nozzle.17102 666.15951 ® ® ® ® ® ® 34 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.28092.17101 666.15943 25 – 40 mm 716.15945 60 – 100 mm 716.15948 230 – 300 mm 716.15941 6 – 10 mm 716.17103 666.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Fuel gas Acetylene Overview Fuel gas Acetylene A-RS standard flame cutting nozzle fuel gas Acetylene A-RS cutting nozzles 2– 8 mm 3 – 10 mm 10 – 25 mm 25 – 40 mm 40 – 60 mm 60 – 100 mm A-RS heating nozzles 2 – 100 mm Art.15764 50 – 80 mm 716.15942 10 – 25 mm 716.15944 40 – 60 mm 716.15946 100 – 150 mm 716.15766 100 – 150 mm 716.

004 35 . for MSID machine cutting torches 3– 5 mm 6 – 10 mm 10 – 25 mm 25 – 40 mm 40 – 60 mm 60 – 80 mm 80 – 100 mm 100 – 200 mm 200 – 300 mm 716. chrome-plated.16028 VADURA 8310-A gas-mixing heavy-duty flame cutting nozzle fuel gas Acetylene with 30° taper.17226 10 – 25 mm 666. methane (natural gas). methylacetylene-propadiene mixtures (Mapp gas etc.16110 716. ) A-CID gas-mixing high-speed cutting nozzle fuel gas Acetylene with 30° taper.16023 716.16025 716.16111 716. ) PL-RC standard flame cutting nozzle fuel gas Propane.17231 200 – 300 mm 666.15920 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.17230 100 – 200 mm 666.17227 25 – 40 mm 666.16113 716.17229 60 – 100 mm 666. methane (natural gas).17228 40 – 60 mm 666.16115 ® Fuel gas Propane.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Fuel gas Propane.16027 716.16020 716. chrome-plated.17236 Y-RC heating nozzles for Mapp gas 2 – 100 mm 716.17232 PL-RC heating nozzles for propane.17235 100 – 300 mm 666.16026 716. methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures (Mapp gas etc.16112 716.16022 716. for MSID machine cutting torches 3– 5 mm 6 – 10 mm 10 – 25 mm 25 – 50 mm 50 – 80 mm 80 – 100 mm 716. PL-RC cutting nozzles 2– 8 mm 666.16021 716.28092.16114 716.16024 716.17225 3 – 10 mm 666. methane (natural gas) 2 – 100 mm 666. Mapp gas etc. methane (natural gas).15919 100 – 300 mm 716.

15904 716.15900 or cuts from 100 to 300 mm: ® use GRICUT 1280-PMY high-speed cutting nozzle! GRICUT 1270-PY heavy-duty flame cutting nozzle GRICUT 1270-PY cutting nozzles for propane.28092. 3 – 100 mm 716.15932 or cuts from 100 to 300 mm: ® use GRICUT 1280-PMY high-speed cutting nozzle! GRICUT 1280-PMY high-speed cutting nozzle ® GRICUT 1280-PMY cutting nozzles for methane (natural gas).15929 GRICUT 1280-PMY heating nozzle for methane (natural gas). 100 – 200 mm 200 – 250 mm 250 – 300 mm ® ® ® 716.15921 716. ) Overview GRICUT 1230-PMYF high-speed cutting nozzle GRICUT 1230-PMYF cutting nozzles for methane (natural gas). 2– 5 mm DB thin-sheet nozzle 3– 5 mm 6 – 10 mm 10 – 25 mm 25 – 50 mm 50 – 80 mm 80 – 100 mm ® ® 716. propane. propane. Mapp gas etc.15903 716.15902 716.15924 716.15928 716. methane (natural gas). Mapp gas etc.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Fuel gas Propane.15925 716. 3 – 100 mm 716. propane. 3 – 10 mm 7 – 15 mm 15 – 25 mm 25 – 40 mm 40 – 60 mm 60 – 100 mm ® ® 716.15927 716. methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures (Mapp gas etc.15922 716. 100 – 300 mm 716.15923 716.15910 716.004 . Mapp gas etc. Mapp gas etc.15905 716.15901 716.15931 36 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. propane.15930 GRICUT 1270-Y heating nozzle for Mapp gas etc.15926 GRICUT 1270-P heating nozzles for propane 3 – 100 mm 716. Mapp gas etc.15906 GRICUT 1230–PMYF heating nozzle for methane (natural gas).

16038 716.16100 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. methane (natural gas).16043 716.15978 SM 100 – 300 mm 716.16074 716.16041 716. use the air sprinkler! GRICUT 8280-PMYF gas-mixing high-speed cutting nozzle fuel gas Propane. methane (natural gas).16075 716.16076 716.15979 SM When using the thin-sheet nozzle.16039 716.16078 716.16044 GRICUT 8281-PM heating caps 3 – 100 mm 716.15989 GRICUT 8281-Y heating caps 3 – 100 mm 716. methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures (Mapp gas etc.16042 716.16077 716.28092. Mapp gas with 30° taper for MSID machine cutting torches GRICUT 8281-PMY cutting nozzle 3 – 10 mm 10 – 25 mm 25 – 40 mm 40 – 60 mm 60 – 100 mm 100 – 200 mm 200 – 300 mm ® ® 716. Mapp gas with 30° taper for MSID machine cutting torches ® GRICUT 8280-PMYF cutting nozzle 3– 7– 15 – 25 – 40 – 60 – 100 – 200 – 250 – 7 mm 15 mm 25 mm 40 mm 60 mm 100 mm 200 mm 250 mm 300 mm ® ® ® 716.004 37 .15988 100 – 300 mm 716.16040 716.16071 716. town gas.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Fuel gas Propane.16079 GRICUT 8280-PMYF heating cap 3 – 100 mm 716.16072 716. ) GRICUT 8281-PMY gas-mixing standard nozzle fuel gas Propane. methane (natural gas).16080 100 – 300 mm 716.16073 716.

01085 716.28092.004 . 052.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Fuel gas Propane. in box with slot cleaners Nozzle cleaning needle for cutting oxygen conduit Nozzle cleaning brush Nozzle cleaning powder Art.04020 733.01879 052. methane (natural gas).00514 38 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. ) Overview Accessories Single-nozzle cleaner for thin-sheet nozzle Nozzle cleaner complete.21030 716. methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures (Mapp gas etc. no.

004 39 . no.00514) are dissolved in 1 l of tap water. They are manufactured with great precision.04020). usually 50 g of nozzle cleaning powder (art. For this purpose. contamination or damage to the cutting nozzles.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles Heavy-duty flame cutting nozzles are of high cutting performance and a long service life. Mechanical cleaning Slight contamination on the face of the cutting nozzles and within the direct vicinity of the mouth of the preheat flues of the cutting O2 conduit can be removed by means of a soft brass brush (art. Protective measures must be observed when dealing with the solution (see instructions for use). 733. Corrosion protective agents. The nozzles must be cleaned. no. rust and scale on the surface of the sheets to be cut as well as slag spatter are the reasons for deposits. Then they are rinsed with flowing water and dried. The cutting nozzles to be cleaned are put into the solution for 8–12 hours (according to the degree of contamination).28092. 052. carefully checked and packed so that damage during transport is being excluded. Wet cleaning A simple and protective way of nozzle cleaning is wet cleaning. Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.

Fig. nozzle cleaning needle 40 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. no. 4–2: Nozzle exit edge. Fig. 716.004 . Contamination of the conic or conic/cylindrical widening (section 2.01085).01879). nozzle needle Minor contamination and slight burring deposits at the nozzle exit edge (Fig.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles Overview Cleaning the cutting oxygen conduit The tightest orifice (section 1. 4–2) can be removed with the tapered nozzle cleaning needle (art. 1 2 Fig. no.28092. 4–1: Cutting oxygen conduit. 716. 4–1) are effectively removed by wet cleaning (see section "Wet cleaning"). 4–1) of the cutting O2 conduit is cleaned with a suitable nozzle needle (art. Fig.

004 41 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles Cleaning attempts with unsuitable tools with sharp edges (twist drills.) lead to the destruction of wall and form of conduit.28092. triangular scraper. 4–3: Destruction of conduit wall and form Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. reamer etc. Fig.

716. no.004 . 4–4: Preheat slots Cleaning the preheat orifice Minor contaminations of the preheat orifice can be removed with an orifice cleaning needle (art.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles Overview Cleaning the preheat flues Cleaning the preheat slots Contaminations of the preheat slots can only be removed by means of a suitable slot cleaner (art.28092.01085) which must follow the guide motion from A to B. 716. 4–5: Preheat orifices 42 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.01085) or a cleaning drill. B A Fig. Fig. no.

4–6). reliable work. Therefore the thumbscrew must be tightened again after the first thermal stress. it is important to strongly tighten the thumbscrew so that the sealing surfaces of the nozzles may adjust to the sealing surfaces of the torch head (see Fig. it may happen that the nozzle in the torch head loosens and gets leaky.28092.004 43 . In case of extreme heating of cutting nozzle and torch head and subsequent cooling down.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles Important hint for the use of gas-mixing nozzles Because of their high operating reliability. See VBG 15. gas-mixing nozzles are used preferably in sites where high thermal stress must be reckoned with. When nozzles are changed or especially when new nozzles are used. 4–6: Thumbscrew with torch head and cutting nozzle Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. Only unobjectionable torches and nozzles guarantee good sealing. 4–8). 4–7 and Fig. Damaged sealing faces in the torch head or on the nozzle must be reconditioned by means of suitable milling tools (see Fig. long service life and the optimum cutting result. Thereby it is necessary to apply a countergrip on the torch head with the torch spanner. Fig.

004 .28092. no. 0.912.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles Overview Fig. 4–7: Torch head with milling tool WSF 7019 (art. 0. 4–8: Nozzle with milling tool WSF 7022 (art. no.001) 44 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.939.001) Fig.

014 d 015 d 016 d 017 d Table Designation VADURA 1210-A 8043 A dm VADURA 1210-A 8043 AL dm VADURA 1210-A 8043 Ay dm VADURA 1210-A 8043 Ak dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.004 45 . 009 d 010 d 011 d 012 d 013 d Table Designation A-CID 7088 A dm A-CID 7088 AL dm A-CID 7088 Ay dm A-CID 7088 Ak dm A-CID 7088 Akn dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts K-cuts with rotating triple torch assembly High-speed cutting nozzles VADURA 1210-A Table No.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Overview of flame cutting nozzles Fuel gas Acetylene Standard cutting nozzles A-RS Table No. 005 d 006 d 007 d 008 d Table Designation VADURA 1215-A 8043 A dm VADURA 1215-A 8043 AL dm VADURA 1215-A 8043 Ay dm VADURA 1215-A 8043 Ak dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts High-speed cutting nozzles A-CID Table No.28092. 001 d 002 d 003 d 004 d Table designation A-RS 8043 A dm A-RS 8043 AL dm A-RS 8043 Ay dm A-RS 8043 Ak dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts High-speed cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A Table No.

019 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 5310-A 7079 A dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® Powder cutting nozzles AC 41-A Table No.004 . 018 d Table Designation VADURA DB1210-A 8072 A dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 5310-A (nozzle-mixing type) Table No.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview of flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Thin-sheet cutting nozzle VADURA DB 1210-A Table No.28092. 020 d Table Operating data Designation for Powder nozzle AC 41-A 9088 A dm Straight and shape cuts 46 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.

004 47 .28092.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Overview of flame cutting nozzles Fuel gas PROPANE Standard cutting nozzles PL-RC Table No. 021 d 022 d 023 d 024 d Table Designation PL-RC 8072 P dm PL-RC 7118 PL dm PL-RC 7015 Py dm PL-RC 7095 Pk dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts Standard cutting nozzles LP-N Table No. 034 d 035 d 036 d 037 d Table Operating data Designation for ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 9100 P dm Straight and shape cuts ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 PL dm Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 Py dm Y cuts ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 Pk dm K cuts ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 029 d 030 d 031 d 032 d 033 d Table Designation GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 P dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 PL dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Py dm K cuts GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Pk dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Pkn dm K-cuts with rotating triple torch assembly ® High-speed cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230/1280-PMYF Table No. 025 d 026 d 027 d 028 d Table Designation LP-N 8070 P dm LP-N 8070 PL dm LP-N 8070 Py dm LP-N 8070 Pk dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts Standard cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY Table No.

048 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 8281-PMYF 9088 P dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® 48 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.28092. 047 d Table Operating data Designation for GRICUT DB1270-PMYF 8072 P dm Straight and shape cuts ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF (nozzle-mixing type) Table No. 038 d 039 d 040 d 041 d 042 d Table Designation GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 P dm GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 PL dm GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Py dm GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Pk dm GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Pkn dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts K-cuts with rotating triple torch assembly Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF Table No.004 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview of flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® High-speed cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF Table No. 043 d 044 d 045 d 046 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 1270-PYF 8070 P dm ® GRICUT 1270-PYF 8070 PL dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system ® GRICUT 1270-PMYF 7089 Py dm Y cuts ® GRICUT 1270-PMYF 7089 Pk dm K cuts ® Thin-sheet cutting nozzle VADURA DB 1270-PYF Table No.

004 49 . 052 d Table Operating data Designation for Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY 9088 A dm straight and shape cuts Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 049 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 5281-PMY 9088 P dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF (post-mixing type) Table No.28092.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Overview of flame cutting nozzles Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY (nozzle-mixing type) Table No. 050 d Table Operating data Designation for ® GRICUT 8480-PMYF 9088 P dm Straight and shape cuts ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF (post-mixing type) Table No. 051 d Table Operating data Designation for ® GRICUT 300/600-PMYF 9088 P dm Straight and shape cuts ® Powder cutting nozzles AC 41-PMY Table No.

28092. 061 d 062 d 063 d 064 d 065 d Table Designation GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 M dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 ML dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 My dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 My dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Mkn dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts K-cuts with rotating triple torch assembly ® High-speed cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230/1280-PMYF Table No.004 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview of flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Fuel gas METHANE (NATURAL GAS) Standard cutting nozzles PL-RC Table No. 057 d 058 d 059 d 060 d Table Designation LP-N 8070 M dm LP-N 8070 ML dm LP-N 8070 My dm LP-N 8070 Mk dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts Standard cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY Table No. 066 d 067 d 068 d 069 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 M dm ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 ML dm GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 My dm ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 Mk dm ® ® Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic hole-piercing system Y cuts K cuts 50 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 053 d 054 d Table Designation PL-RC 8072 M dm PL-RC 8070 ML dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts 056 d 055 d PL-RC 8070 Mk dm PL-RC 8070 My dm K cuts Standard cutting nozzles LP-N Table No.

004 51 .28092. 075 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 8281-PMYF 9088 M dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY (nozzle-mixing type) Table No.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Overview of flame cutting nozzles High-speed cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF Table No. 076 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 5281-PMY 9088 M dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF (post-mixing type) Table No. 070 d 071 d 072 d 073 d 074 d Table Designation GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8072 M dm GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8072 ML dm GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8072 My dm GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8072 Mk dm GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8072 Mkn dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic hole-piercing system Y cuts K cuts K-cuts with rotating triple torch assembly Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF (nozzle-mixing type) Table No. 077 d Table Operating data Designation for ® GRICUT 8480-PMYF 9088 M dm Straight and shape cuts ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.

004 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview of flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF (post-mixing type) Table No. 078 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 300/600-PMYF 9088 M dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Powder cutting nozzles AC 41-PMY Table No.28092. 079 d Table Operating data Designation for Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY 9088 M dm Straight and shape cuts 52 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.

084 d 085 d 086 d 087 d 088 d Table Designation GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Y dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 YL dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system GRICUT 8281-PMYF 8043 Yy dm Y cuts GRICUT 8281-PMYF 8043 Yk dm K cuts GRICUT 8281-PMYF 8043 Pkn dm K-cuts with rotating triple torch assembly ® High-speed cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230/1280-PMYF Table No. Designation 093 d GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Y dm 094 d GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 YL dm 095 d GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Yy dm 096 d GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Yk dm 097 d GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8072 Ykn dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts K-cuts with rotating triple torch assembly ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.004 53 .28092.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Overview of flame cutting nozzles Fuel gas MAPP Standard cutting nozzles PL-RC Table No. 080 d 081 d 082 d 083 d Table Designation PL-RC 8072 Y dm PL-RC 8096 YL dm PL-RC 7118 Yy dm PL-RC 7118 Yk dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts Standard cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY Table No. 089 d 090 d 091 d 092 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8038 Y dm ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8038 YL dm GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8038 Yy dm ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8038 Yk dm ® ® Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts High-speed cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF Table Table No.

103 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 Y dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY (nozzle-mixing type) Table No. 098 d 099 d 100 d 101 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 1270-PYF 8070 Y dm ® GRICUT 1270-PYF 8070 YL dm GRICUT 1270-PYF 7089 Yy dm ® GRICUT 1270-PYF 7089 Yk dm ® Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts Thin-sheet cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF Table No.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview of flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF Table No.28092. 102 d Table Designation GRICUT DB1270-PYF 8070 Y dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY (nozzle-mixing type) Table No. 104 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 5281-PMY 9088 Y dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® 54 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.004 .

004 55 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Overview of flame cutting nozzles Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF (post-mixing type) Table No. 105 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 8480-PMYF 9029 Y dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF (post-mixing type) Table No.28092. 107 d Table Operating data Designation for Powder nozzle AC 41-PMYF 9088 Y dm Straight and shape cuts Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 106 d Table Operating data Designation for ® GRICUT 300/600-PMYF 9088 Y dm Straight and shape cuts ® Powder cutting nozzles AC 41-PMYF Table No.

28092. 112 d 113 d 114 d 115 d 116 d Table Designation GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 Y dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 YL dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 Yy dm K cuts GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 Yk dm GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 Pkn dm K-cuts with rotating triple torch assembly ® High-speed cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230/1280-PMYF Table No.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview of flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Fuel gas GRIESON Standard cutting nozzles PL-RC Table No.004 . 117 d 118 d 119 d 120 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 9088 F dm ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 9088 FL dm GRICUT 1230-PMYF 9088 Fy dm ® GRICUT 1230-PMYF 9088 Fk dm ® ® Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts 56 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 108 d 109 d 110 d 111 d Table Designation PL-RC 9088 F dm PL-RC 9088 FL dm PL-RC 9088 Fy dm PL-RC 9088 Fk dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts Standard cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY Table No.

131 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 F dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY (nozzle-mixing type) Table No.28092.004 57 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Overview of flame cutting nozzles Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF Table No. 126 d 127 d 128 d 129 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 1270-PYF 9088 F dm ® GRICUT 1270-PYF 9088 FL dm GRICUT 1270-PYF 9088 Fy dm ® GRICUT 1270-PYF 9088 Fk dm ® Operating data for Straight and shape cuts Hole piercing with automatic holepiercing system Y cuts K cuts Thin-sheet cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF Table No. 130 d Table Operating data Designation for Straight and shape cuts GRICUT DB1270-PYF 8072 F dm ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY (nozzle-mixing type) Table No. 132 d Table Designation ® GRICUT 5281-PMY 9088 F dm Operating data for Straight and shape cuts ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.

004 . 135 d Table Operating data Designation for Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY 9088 F dm Straight and shape cuts 58 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.28092. 134 d Table Operating data Designation for ® GRICUT 300/600-PMYF 9088 F dm Straight and shape cuts ® Powder cutting nozzles AC 41-PMY Table No. 133 d Table Operating data Designation for ® GRICUT 8480-PMYF 9088 F dm Straight and shape cuts Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF (post-mixing type) Table No.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Overview of flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Heavy-duty cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF (post-mixing type) Table No.

° ° The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10 % approx.8 2.41 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.77 2.5 3.27 4.47 2.5 Acetylene consumption ] [m /h] 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.57 5.0 4.1 0. With the given cutting speeds cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 730 690 640 600 620 520 450 410 410 380 360 340 340 320 310 320 280 250 Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 5 Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 1.36 Heating Cutting oxygen oxygen consumption consumption 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] ] ] 1.2 3.0 4.07 3.7 2.41 1.5 5.5 Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 1.1 0.0 5.07 5.5 5.36 2.5 5.0 6 0.28092.6 2. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables A-RS 8043 Ay dm or A-RS 8043 Ak dm are valid.0 0.71 1. Table 001 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 6. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 Cutting nozzle Size 3-10 Heating nozzle Size Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.8 4.1 8.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles A-RS.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 0.77 2.27 2. for bevel cuts of 30 by 25 % approx.97 3.71 1.57 8.6 2.63 9.5 3.3 0.0 2.5 5 2.97 3.53 8.3 1.91 2.03 60-100 3.11 2. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.8 0.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.6 5. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 4.3 4.8 9.3 4.0 4. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343. A-RS 8043 A dm.32 3 Flame cutting nozzles A-RS 10-25 2 – 100 25-40 0.0 4.47 4.5 %.5 2.3 2.07 3.004 59 .0 0.0 2.0 5.33 10..5 1..0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.5 0.0 4.47 2.5 5 2.3 2.5 5 1.36 40-60 2.0 4.

Table 002 d 60 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.28092.0 10 5.5 7.0 6.100 40-60 0.5 1 5-7 60-100 3.004 .150 ® 3.0 Cutting oxygen Pressure hole piercing [bar] ] 0 0.5 0.0 10 5.0 12 0.5 6.5 4.5 5.0 4.3 4. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Acetylene pressure Heating oxygen Pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 5.0 8 5.5 Heating Oxygen Pressure Service hole time piercing [bar] ] [sec] ] 5.0 5.0 4.5 2 7 .5 6.0 7.10 The table indicates standard values.0 12 0.5 5.5 4. Operating data: Table A-RS 8043 A dm. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.150 VADURA 1215-A 2 .0 ® 5.0 3.0 4.0 12 0. A-RS 8043 AL dm.5 2.5 2 6-8 VADURA 1215-A 100 .0 8 5.5 5.0 5.0 6.A-RS flame cutting nozzles Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles A-RS.5 5.5 0.5 5-7 2.5 Service time [sec] ] 0 1 1 1 1 Cutting speed Hole Flame piercing cutting [mm/min] ] 620 520 450 410 410 380 360 340 340 320 310 320 300 280 260 250 280 280 280 270 240 230 Nozzle clearance Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] [mm] ] 5-7 25-40 2 .5 0.0 10 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.

5 5.53 0.25 10 .53 0. The heating flame of the torch I is to be throttled.53 0.60 60 .60 40 .0 4.76 0.3 5.1 5. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.40 25 .004 61 .100 [mm/min] ] 690 640 650 600 600 550 570 520 450 410 380 340 350 280 300 230 260 180 [m /h] ] 4.0 5.8 15.0 4. I II II α I a A-RS 8043 Ay dm. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 2.0 3.10 Size 3 .100 15 0.5 %.0 4.5 3.II [mm] ] Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.5 2.76 0.9 9.5 2.25 10 .92 0.40 25 .3 5.3 5.5 2 .9 6.5 3. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.10 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .25 10 .53 0.40 25 .6 3 The table indicates standard values.5 8.71 0.28092. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.40 40 .53 0.40 25 .40 25 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles A-RS. Table 003 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.25 25 .4 15.9 6.25 10 .5 5.5 2.0 5.5 5.92 3 10 .5 Cutting speed Flame cutting nozzles A-RS Total Total Acetylene oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.0 4.40 25 .53 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.25 10 .0 3.5 2.100 2 .0 3.

7 30.71 0.25 10 .0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 4.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 VADURA® VADURA® 1215-A 1215-A VADURA® 1215-A 2 .40 25 .5 5.7 8.5 3.6 19.65 II I 30.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 5.25 10 .55 Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 8.7 9.0 90 100 30 45 30 45 5 5 VADURA® 1215-A 100-150 100-150 60-100 VADURA® 1215-A VADURA® 1215-A 100-150 5.0 100-150 60-100 100-150 2-150 2 – 100 2-150 4. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.40 25 .0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 480 420 460 420 420 400 380 360 360 320 340 300 300 280 260 230 240 190 200 175 Total Acetylene consumption 3 ] [m /h] 0.0 3.7 11.40 40 .0 6.71 0.0 7.100 2 .5 5.1 30.5 5.25 25 .2 20.0 VADURA® 1215-A VADURA® 1215-A 7.71 1.1 30.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 10 .0 4.9 28.25 25 .2 VADURA® 1215-A 100-150 100-150 VADURA® VADURA® 1215-A 1215-A 2 .28092.60 40 .5 4.0 3.60 40 .5 %. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.55 1.71 0. A-RS 8043 Ak dm.33 1.5 6.71 0.0 3.1 30.A-RS flame cutting nozzles ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles A-RS (3-100)/VADURA 1215-A (100-150).25 25 . fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 80 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size 10 .7 10 .33 1.40 40 .004 .150 5.71 0.5 4.60 40 .60 40 .100 3.5 3.150 2 .3 10.150 2 .0 3.40 40 .100 2 .2 36.7 34.0 190 160 180 150 III 1.0 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 VADURA® 1215-A Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled. Table 004 d III α II I a 62 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.25 10 .0 6.0 30.0 3.71 0.0 7.0 5.65 1.25 10 .0 15 0.

08 1.64 6-10 4.52 20.1 2.36 0.0 4. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles VADURA® 1215-A Acetylene consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 130 150 150 200 230 230 250 300 3-5 2. VADURA® 1215-A 8043 A dm.47 60-100 2.47 7.40 20. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .47 0.67 5.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.79 0.00 7.87 11.14 150-230 150 .1 2.5 6.29 0.00 12.6 0.5 %.6 0.0 7.86 1.1 2.82 0.5 8.72 13.06 1.0 230-300 25 6.300 20 5.23 1.10 3..0 6.88 0.07 6.36 0.67 5.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.5 7.5 6..80 22.8 0.6 10-25 2. With the given cutting speeds.5 6.70 4.25 3.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A.00 28. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.62 1.38 0.7 2.90 19.5 6.88 0.5 7.36 0.52 13. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 7.5 2.10 9.5 6.0 6.47 12.14 29.10 12.5 7 .5 5-7 0.5 6.8 3.0 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 7.0 7.50 5.38 0.5 5-7 0.83 0.0 6.5 7.50 0. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 3.58 31.90 23.00 32.9 1. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables VADURA® 1215-/8043 Ay dm or VADURA® 1215-A 8043 Ak dm are valid.48 3.40 11.82 1.95 3.8 0.50 3. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.72 3.07 5.02 1.0 8.25 3.85 0.5 3.90 12.0 2.55 1.10 10.0 7.5 7.47 40-60 2.97 6.29 0.20 5.5 7.1 2.7 2.5 8.70 1. Table 005 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.41 0.57 10.47 100-150 3.5 2.47 0.85 0.57 9.150 0.14 1.5 7.36 0.48 0.50 30.10 33.48 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 5.7 2.20 5.72 3.60 6.35 1.0 4.0 0.5 7.5 1.47 25-40 3 .5 1.5 2.10 1.36 0.0 7.17 5.0 6.28092.5 2.0 7.5 5-7 0.0 3.5 7.004 63 .36 0.5 7.7 2.60 5.0 2.5 850 800 750 750 735 700 700 600 550 500 500 480 450 420 420 390 360 360 300 270 270 230 210 210 180 140 150 130 110 4.46 21. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.5 5-7 0.10 1.0 2.97 4.

0 7.5 Heating Oxygen Pressure Service hole time piercing [bar] ] [sec] ] 5.5 2 7 . ® Operating data: Table VADURA 1215-A 8043 A dm VADURA® 1215-A 8043 AL dm.0 6.5 0.5 2 5-7 100-150 3.0 Cutting oxygen Pressure hole piercing [bar] ] 0 0.5 2.0 7.5 7. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 10 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 6.5 1 5-7 60-100 2. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 6.004 .5 6.5 Service time [sec] ] 0 1 1 1 1 Cutting speed Hole Flame piercing cutting [mm/min] ] 700 600 550 500 500 480 420 420 390 360 360 330 300 285 270 280 280 280 270 240 230 Nozzle clearance Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] [mm] ] 5-7 25-40 2.5 0.5 5-7 40-60 2 .5 7.5 6.0 10 5.5 8.0 10 5.0 8.5 8.5 7.5 0.0 6.5 7.0 12 0.28092.0 7. Table 006 d 64 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 8 5.10 The table indicates standard values.0 8.5 5.0 12 0.5 6.Flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Acetylene pressure Heating oxygen Pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.150 0.0 8 5.5 5.0 12 0.5 7.

5 2.25 10 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A.5 2.0 5.10 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .10 10 .92 0.5 3.3 7.0 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.25 10 .60 40 .5 2. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.25 25-40 10 .2 7.53 0.71 0.0 7. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 3.60 40 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 7.60 40 .100 The table indicates standard values.0 3.5 ® Flame cutting nozzles VADURA® 1215-A Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.004 65 .5 2.5 9.0 3 6 .25 10 .25 10 .5 %.60 60 .60 25 .53 0.5 2.6 12.92 3 [m /h] ] 3.25 10 .0 6.2 8.1 12. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.40 25 .2 17.150 15 0.53 0.0 5.25 10 . fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 6 .40 40 .2 7.40 40 .28092.2 5.0 7.76 0.5 18.25 25 .5 13.53 0.5 3. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.II [mm] ] Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.53 0. I II II α I a VADURA® 1215-A 8043 Ay dm.0 6.7 14.0 6.0 7.53 0.5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 705 640 670 625 610 550 585 535 475 425 405 370 365 315 320 265 260 180 Total Total Acetylene oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0. Table 007 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 2 .10 Size 6 .76 0.150 2 .

71 0. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating Oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Acetylene consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .25 10 .25 25 .71 0.7 34.Flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 3.8 17.25 10 .33 1.004 .71 0.6 26.0 5.5 3.60 60-100 60-100 2 .150 2 .0 7.150 15 0.25 10 .25 10 .4 30.25 25 .0 3.60 40 .0 3. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. Table 008 d I III α II I a 66 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.60 40 .0 3.0 7.60 40 .65 1. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.2 9.0 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 100-150 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 100-150 100-150 100-150 100-150 515 460 505 460 450 420 400 380 380 340 345 310 310 280 280 240 250 205 220 175 190 160 180 150 III II 0.60 40 .28092.71 1.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 6 .0 7.71 0.0 7.40 40 .2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.40 40 .0 3.5 %.5 22.5 4.0 3.6 30.25 25 .55 1.60 40 .60 40-60 10 . VADURA® 1215-A 8043 Ak dm.4 18.0 7.1 26.0 7.65 8.71 0.5 11.3 26.5 3.40 25 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 13.150 2 .2 36.0 7.4 17.25 10 .60 40 .0 5.6 30.0 6.0 7.71 0.0 7.25 10 .0 3. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.10 10 .0 7.33 1.40 40 .0 7.

76 0.95 6.2 2.0 7.6 Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 1.8 0.5 1.0 5.5 5.5 7.58 0. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables A-CID 7088 Ay dm or A-CID 7088 Ak dm are valid.5 6.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 850 800 750 750 735 700 630 560 520 450 450 420 400 320 320 290 260 260 240 220 270 230 270 270 230 170 170 130 90 Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 5 7 Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 0.0 5.28 1.95 0.98 3.5 8 2.5 7.45 3. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 2.7 3.2 5.0 6. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.4 4.73 0.3 9.95 1.0 1.13 1.0 4.0 0. A-CID 7088 A dm.1 10.40 0..0 1.65 4.0 6.4 4.0 2.0 7.3 2.4 6.5 1.0 6.87 1.5 Acetylene consumption [m /h] ] 0.23 11.68 0.0 1.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.8 7.98 2.85 9.0 12.75 8.08 1.4 21. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .004 67 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.58 0.95 0.29 2.22 1.38 33.0 1.35 5. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.0 3.83 13.0 7.5 6.76 0.80 80-100 100-200 200-300 0.8 0.0 5.2 25.3 25-40 Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 0.62 0.7 11.1 1.6 4.43 11.52 1.3 21.0 3.52 0.9 1.21 2.73 0.38 24.0 7.6 Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 0.0 7.76 1.12 1.98 2..95 8 2.0 5.0 3.95 0.35 7.58 0.35 5.0 4.0 5.29 2.00 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.9 8.85 5.58 0. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 3.5 1.40 0.73 0.5 %.46 0.0 1. Table 009 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.76 0.25 5.4 4.25 10.8 40-60 60 .4 3.0 2.95 0.0 8.0 4.0 6. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 4 5 6 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 80 90 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 Cutting nozzle Size 3-5 6-10 10-25 0.5 6.4 29.28092.0 3.29 2.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.5 10 10 12 12 15 3.06 3.7 2.8 1.0 9.51 24.5 2.3 5.0 5.18 28. With the given cutting speeds.5 1.9 18.35 5.73 0.86 1.36 20.73 0.4 1.0 3.46 2.76 0.0 6.3 10. The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 7.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles A-CID.70 2.9 4.65 3.0 7.96 3.0 1.73 3 Flame cutting nozles A-CID 7088 3 Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 0.0 5.

0 1.0 6.0 6. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 2.0 1.5 Heating Oxygen Pressure Service hole time piercing [bar] ] [sec] ] 2.5 4.004 .Flame cutting nozzles A-CID 7088 Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles A-CID.0 1.5 10 2.0 3.0 5. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Acetylene pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 1.5 1.0 2.5 1.0 1.5 7.5 15 The table indicates standard values.5 1.0 3.0 3.0 7. Table 010 d 68 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 2.6 2.5 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 10 2.5 15 1.5 7.4 1.5 5 2.3 40-60 1.5 6.0 7.80 80-100 0.5 1.0 Service time [sec] ] 1 1 2 3 3 3 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 10-25 [bar] ] 25-40 0.0 1.0 5.5 10 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 6.28092.0 7.5 6.0 7.5 1.0 5.5 5 2.5 0.5 5 2.0 15 12 12 15 15 100-200 0.5 2.5 7.5 0.0 Cutting oxygen Pressure hole piercing [bar] ] 1.5 6.0 5.0 1.5 1. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 0. AC-ID 7088 AL dm.5 10 [mm/min] ] 630 560 520 450 450 420 400 390 390 340 320 320 290 260 260 240 220 270 250 230 [mm] ] 8 10 10 10 10 10 60 . Operating data: Table AC-ID 7088 A dm.0 1.

0 5. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .0 5.0 6.0 7. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.9 1.40 25 .0 3.1 10.8 1.II [mm] ] Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Flame cutting nozles A-CID 7088 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Acetylene consumption [m /h] ] 3 Total oxygen consumption [m /h] ] 3 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 10 .0 5.004 69 .0 7.28092.4 9.7 1.1 13.6 7.60 40 .8 1.6 7.6 1.25 10 .25 25 .9 1.40 40 .60 10 .9 5. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.60 40 .0 7.25 25 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.3 9.0 3.40 40 .0 5.0 5.0 720 680 700 670 600 560 570 520 470 440 420 380 380 320 320 280 300 260 II 1. II α I a AC-ID 7088 Ay dm.0 3.7 7.0 3.0 6.0 6.0 3.8 11.3 16.25 10 .0 5.1 5.0 4.0 3.5 %. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.25 10 .0 6.25 10 .0 6.2 The table indicates standard values.6 8.1 11.0 6.6 1.9 6.25 10 .25 10 .40 25 .0 7.9 I 5.25 10 .3 3.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles A-CID.100 15 0.9 1. Table 011 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.25 10 .0 3.0 6.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 3.60 60 .

1 10 .80 80 .25 10 .7 2.4 2.4 2.3 3.5 0.8 2.0 5.6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.80 80 . Table 012 d 70 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 2.0 4.0 6.4 3.200 0.40 25 .5 15 3.5 3.9 2.0 5.2 32.7 28. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.5 2.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 3.9 2.7 2.0 5.2 36.200 100 .100 80 .40 25 .0 7.200 100 .0 6.6 2.40 40 .0 5.4 2.0 2.100 Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.8 2.5 %.3 18.80 60 .4 2.25 40 .5 3.0 6.100 100 .60 40 .5 2.0 7.28092.100 80 .3 19.5 0.3 35.25 25 .2 1.100 100 .7 10.40 40-60 40 – 60 60 .0 5. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.40 25 .0 1.6 36.8 2.40 25 .60 40 .0 3.Flame cutting nozzles A-CID 7088 Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles A-CID.25 25 .8 4.60 40 .5 3.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 520 480 520 480 450 420 400 380 380 340 350 310 310 290 280 240 250 200 220 180 180 150 150 120 Total Total Acetylene oxygen consumption consumption 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] ] ] 1.60 40 .9 9.6 15.8 32.80 80 .6 2.6 40.7 13.0 6.0 2.25 10 .80 10 .7 14. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.6 32.004 . fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 Torch I Size Cutting nozzles Torch Torch II III Size Size 10 .60 60 .40 25 .60 40 .4 2.25 10 .0 3.7 7.0 2.0 6.5 11.5 2.200 0.0 3.100 80 .2 35.0 6.60 60 .25 10 . III II I III α II I a AC-ID 7088 Ak dm.5 2.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 5.5 16.5 1.2 2.9 9.0 7.100 80 .5 2.4 0.0 6. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 60 .200 100 .200 100 .5 14.0 7.0 7.7 2.25 10 .0 3.

1 3.9 18.5 35.0 7.100 100 .60 80 .25 25 .3 7 0.5 %.40 25 .0 3.3 2.3 35.6 2.5 7.10 10 .100 80 .28092.0 2.7 63.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 6.9 4.0 4.200 100 .0 9.6 2.9 28.200 Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2. Table 013 d III II I II I α a α III Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.60 40 .25 25 .1 2.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 6.6 27.80 60 .6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.1 2.0 2.0 6.2 3.9 35.3 2.2 10 .0 6. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 16.25 25 .60 60 .5 37.6 2.9 10.100 100 .6 3.2 18. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 2.5 7.0 7. AC-ID 7088 Akn dm.80 6-10 10-25 10 .100 80 .60 40 .0 2.5 2.80 80 .6 2.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 4.60 40 .8 3.5 4.100 80 .0 2.3 2.6 2.0 2.0 7.0 6.200 100 .0 3.200 100 .40 60 . The nozzle clearance of torches I and III is 2 to 5 mm.6 18.0 3.200 100 . The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled. fuel gas acetylene (valid only for rotating triple-torch assemblies) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 Torch I Size 6-10 10-25 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch II III Size Size 6 .6 10.4 0.0 6.0 3.80 60 .4 16.40 25 .5 37.5 7.5 50.0 2.3 2.0 7.100 80 .0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 550 440 480 400 350 300 300 270 260 230 200 190 190 180 170 160 130 120 130 110 130 100 100 90 Total Total Acetylene oxygen consumption consumption 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] ] ] 1.6 2.0 1.3 2.0 2.5 42.0 2.80 60 .40 25 .80 60 .40 40 .6 43. The center torch II is to be adjusted 15 mm higher than the torches I and III.1 2.8 51.80 60 .0 3.6 57.6 2.0 2.1 37.200 0.3 14.0 3.004 71 .0 3.3 2.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Flame cutting nozles A-CID 7088 Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles A-CID.40 40 .0 2.0 7. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 5.9 2.5 7.

0 7.0 8.53 4.0 2.14 29.53 7.10 20 25 0.40 0.10 30.82 0.64 32.4 2.0 1.90 20.85 0.73 1.0 4. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.0 10.3 10..13 3.0 4.300 Heating Cutting Total oxygen oxygen oxygen consumption consumption consumption 3 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] [m /h] ] ] ] 0.93 0.0 Acetylene consumption [m /h] ] 0.53 3.Flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1210-A Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1210-A.0 8.83 0.150 50 .2 2.6 7.5 1.7 7.5 7.0 11.8 0.0 7.0 6.1 13. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.41 0. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.41 3.06 21.5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 850 800 750 750 735 700 725 645 590 530 530 510 485 460 415 415 375 330 330 300 280 280 230 210 210 180 140 150 130 110 ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 3-4 4-5 Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 0. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 8.6 5.0 7. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 50 50 60 80 80 90 100 100 130 150 150 200 230 230 250 300 Cutting nozzle Size 3-5 6-10 Heating nozzle Size Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.13 8.5 7.58 12.43 8.0 5-7 0.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.0 9.1 2.5 6.93 0.53 1.9 9.2 5.0 7.33 3.0 0.58 0.10 7 .10 23.5 7.41 25-50 3 .87 0.14 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.85 0.53 1.88 150 .3 4.0 11.1 2. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables VADURA® 1210-A /8043 Ay dm or VADURA® 1210-A 8043 Ak dm are valid.53 4.36 0.5 9.41 0.53 9.1 12.47 0.33 2.0 9.2 3. With the given cutting speeds.5 3.9 1.6 4.5 10.52 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 7.8 0.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.8 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 6.1 1.52 1.8 4.5 3.0 2.0 2.5 7.0 6.5 5-7 7 .46 0.1 2.4 9. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .5 1.13 3.46 19.0 12.0 4. VADURA® 1210-A 8043 A dm.004 .0 11.88 0.0 6.3 2.6 4.8 1. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.5 5.73 4.08 31.9 20.60 80-100 100-150 150-230 230-300 0.4 1.0 10.28092.5 2.58 28..41 3 10-25 3.78 12.63 0.0 1.7 3.68 12.5 %.5 10.5 3.23 2.0 5-7 0.0 3.0 1.9 13.6 9.0 7.83 3.10 33.3 2.99 0.14 22.0 9.5 6.23 6.13 4.7 3.1 2.83 0.63 10. Table 014 d 72 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.

5 10.5 0.5 10.0 8.0 12.10 7 .0 6.0 10. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 12 80-100 100-150 3.150 50-80 0.5 0.0 5.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1210-A.5 10.5 0.0 0 0.0 4.0 9.5 0.5 0.0 11. VADURA® 1210-A 8043 AL dm.0 8.0 12 12 8.0 9.5 7.0 5.5 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 0.5 0. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 7.28092.0 8 8 10 10 25-50 2 .0 11.004 73 .5 3.0 10 3.0 5.5 0.0 11.0 5.5 9. ® Operating data: Table VADURA 1210-A 8043 A dm.5 11.0 6. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Acetylene pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] Heating Oxygen Pressure Service hole time piercing [bar] ] [sec] ] Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles VADURA® 1210-A Size Size [bar] ] Cutting oxygen Pressure Service hole time piercing [bar] ] [sec] ] Cutting speed Hole Flame piercing cutting [mm/min] [mm/min] ] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 45 50 50 60 70 80 80 90 100 100 120 130 10-25 3.5 0.0 5.5 0.0 9. Table 015 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 10.10 The table indicates standard values.5 2 2 280 280 280 725 645 590 530 530 510 480 460 440 415 415 375 350 330 330 300 280 270 240 230 5-7 5-7 5-7 7 .0 5.5 0.0 6.

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Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1210-A, fuel gas acetylene
Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I - II [mm] ] 25 25 20 15 Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 4,0 4,0 3,0 3,0 2 - 150 2 - 150 15 0,5 3,0 3,0 3,0 3,0 3,0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 7,0 8,0 8,0 9,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 9,0 9,0 10,0 11,0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 720 680 690 650 620 550 600 550 500 440 430 400 380 350 340 300 280 250 Total Total Acetylene oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0,9 0,9 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8 0,8
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10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 50 - 80 25 - 50

[m /h] ] 6,0 6,6 6,6 7,2 6,4 6,4 6,4 7,9 8,7 8,7 11,7 12,7

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Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Acetylene Torch pressure I-II and II-III [mm] ] [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ]
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Cutting Oxygen pressure [bar] ]

Cutting speed [mm/min] ]

Total Acetylene consumption [m3/h] ]

Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ]

12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45

2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5

10-25 25-50 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 50 - 80 80-100 80-100

10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 50 - 80 50 - 80

10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 25 - 50 25 - 50 50 - 80 50 - 80 50 - 80 80-100 80-100 2 - 150 2 - 150 2 - 150 15 0,5

4,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0

8,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 9,0 9,0 10,0 10,0 11,0 10,0 10,0 9,0 10,0 6,5 7,0 7,0 7,0

100-150 100-150 100-150 100-150 100-150 100-150 100-150 100-150 100-150

550 500 550 500 480 440 420 400 400 360 350 320 320 280 300 250 260 220 240 200 210 180 180 150
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1,00 1,20 1,20 1,20 1,20 1,20 1,20 1,20 1,20 1,20 1,65 1,65 1,65
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Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Compressed air pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ]
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Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ]

Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ]

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2,0 2,5 3,0 3,5 4,0 4,5 5,0

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0,24

0,31

0.30-0.35 0.35-0.40 0.35-0.40 0.40-0.45 0.50-0.55 0.50-0.55 0.50-0.55

0.61-0.66 0.66-0.71 0.66-0.71 0.71-0.76 0.81-0.86 0.81-0.86 0.81-0.86

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The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 %. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. When using the thin-sheet nozzle it is necessary to use the air sprinkler, art. no. 716.51251. With the given cutting speeds cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved - provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.

VADURA® DB 1210-A 8072 A dm, Table 018 d

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Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.5 72.0 44.5 23.0 4. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 2.0 54.0 5.0 3.5 3.5 19.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 4.5 3.5 2.4 3.5 4.4 27. GRICUT 5310-A 7079 A dm.8 2.2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 2.5 41.5 2.7 15.0 72.28092.0 6.0 260 210 170 130 110 110 100 90 80 70 30 6 7 8 9 10 12 12 15 16 18 2.0 66.5 3.0 3.5 15.3 3.0 2.0 3.0 3.3 3.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.5 5.4 34. With the given cutting speeds cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .5 3.9 58.2 78.0 3.0 3.5 66.9 4.0 4.5 3.300 0.5 4.5 3.0 2.500 0.4 4.5 %.5 3.5 5.5 300 .8 18.0 4.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5310-A. fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 5310-A Acetylene consumption ] [m /h] 3 Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 500 100 .7 5.5 18.9 3.5 4.004 77 .8 23. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.5 29.9 4. Table 019 d ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 71.

00386 10 .5 4.28092.5 0.3 3.014 0.0 19.8 9.197 0.6 45.00384 100 .00381 Powder sleeve Size Acetylene pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Acetylene consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m / h] ] Powder consumption [kg/h] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 0.12 The table indicates standard values based on the use of oxygen with a minimum purity of 99./100g] 41.1 28.6 0.5 4.8 0. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.2 27. Satisfactory powder cuts can only be achieved with clean and undamaged cutting nozzles and powder sleeves.40 716. Table 020 d 78 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.4 6-8 6.7 1.7 6-8 40 . fuel gas acetylene Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size 10 . kg 06/276 2000 Powder screen analysis [µm] > 400 > 315 > 200 > 160 > 100 > 63 > 40 < 40 [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] 3.0 4.60 716.Flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1210-A Operating data for powder machine cutting nozzles AC 41-A.5 13.2 4.3 4.5 25 .00382 0.8 20.4 1.300 703.0 1.2 1.5 % and flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT→.5 0.40 8.0 1.95 1.4 41.44 C [%] 0.100 716.004) Powder analysis No.24 Powder nozzle AC 41-A 9088 A dm. 0.0 13.4 Flow behaviour [sec.5 6.2 8 .00385 200 . no.7 14.300 716.10 8 . Specification of flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT (art.10 10 .004 .03 Si [%] 0.2 13.0 30 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.6 0.04032 0.0 10.12 10 .9 5.462.04 Chemical analysis Mn P S [%] [%] [%] 0.0 9.6 5.6 1.0 1.0 Apparent density [g/cm2] 2.3 Filling volume [sec.0 440 420 400 360 320 290 260 230 190 170 140 120 110 100 80 75 70 60 50 40 4./50g] 39.75 5.015 H2-loss [%] 0.200 716.0 0.4 40.25 716.6 3.00383 60 .8 0.0 12 17 1.7 10.

1 29.5 14.100 0.1 9.9 25.0 6.4 4.5 2.0 5.8 9. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.7 1.5 5.2 2.78 0.0 5.0 4.6 10.3 15.0 5.1 26.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.5 3.68 0.0 5. Table 021 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.3 4..0 7.3 7 200-300 8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 10-25 PM 25-40 3 .1 3.3 100-200 PM 100 .1 2.6 5. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.6 13.5 5.0 5.0 4.3 0.5 2.5 6.0 3.0 2.8 4. PL-RC 8072 P dm.57 0.0 2.0 0.7 3.6 16.0 5.5 1.3 4.38 0.4 1.6 2.0 6 2.38 1. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Propane consumption [m3/h] ] Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Heating Cutting Total oxygen oxygen oxygen consumption consumption consumption [m3/h] ] [m3/h] ] [m3/h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 2.5 6. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved ° provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used. Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 6.33 1.2 3.4 60-100 2.5 1.3 11.38 1.8 1.5 5.5 7.5 8.300 0.6 29.8 3.5 4.7 2.6 2.5 5. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.5 5 2.4 0.38 1.46 0.89 1.1 2.5 6.9 1..5 3.3 4.3 2.6 8.1 6.28092.6 2.68 0.6 7.6 1.9 2.0 3.0 2.2 0.5 12.1 5.5 660 630 580 550 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 330 300 310 280 260 260 230 180 180 130 110 5 5 1.8 3.7 2.004 79 .0 4. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables PL-RC 8072 Py dm or PL-RC 8072 Pk dm are valid.0 2.1 4.5 5.3 1.5 5 0. With the given cutting speeds.0 2.5 1.0 4. for bevel cuts of 30 ° by 25 % approx.0 4.4 1.0 14.0 4.0 4.5 2.5 2.5 %.5 3.9 3.1 8.9 6.4 23.6 4.5 40-60 2.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.3 1.0 32.0 6.5 4.

3 3.004 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.100 2.0 5.2 2.0 3.5 0.5 0.5 6.0 5.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.5 0.0 12 40-60 4.Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.5 4.0 6.0 5.5 2 6 100-200 PM 100 .0 4.5 0.0 6.0 4.5 0.5 5.28092.0 25 0.5 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4. Table 022 d 80 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 15 0. Operating data: Table PL-RC 8072 P dm.5 5.3 4.0 12 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.5 5.5 6. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Propane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.5 0.5 2 7 The table indicates standard values.0 4.5 5.5 4.0 15 0.5 4. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.300 0.5 1 [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 5 5 60-100 2.5 4. PL-RC 7118 PL dm.0 5.5 1 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] 25-40 PM 3 .5 0.

67 0.10 10 .3 18.82 0.9 10. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.67 0.5 2.8 18.100 12 0.40 25 . The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.5 3. Table 023 d a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.28092.10 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.5 5.3 3.0 6.0 8.5 %.5 The table indicates standard values.40 40 .0 6.82 0.5 3. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.82 0.25 25 .82 0.9 11.7 13.100 40 .8 3 Size 3 .82 0.0 3.67 0. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 3.60 40 .60 60 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 2.25 10 .60 25 .0 6.60 60 .100 PM 3 .0 4.5 3. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .0 6.60 25 .40 40 .25 10 .5 3.0 4.0 6.II [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2. I II II α I PL-RC 7015 Py dm.40 40 .0 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.100 PM 3 .25 10 .5 4.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 600 570 570 520 520 470 470 420 420 330 330 270 270 220 220 170 170 120 Total Propane consumption [m /h] ] 0.3 10.82 3 Total oxygen consumption ] [m /h] 6.25 10 .004 81 .

100 PM 3 .60 40 .60 60-100 60-100 PM 3 .25 10 .100 PM 3 .0 5. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.4 20.2 I 3 0.4 23. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.25 25 .60 40 .5 4.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99. Table 024 d III α II I a 82 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 4.60 40 .4 4.32 1.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 5.28092.0 5.2 12.32 1.7 20.6 40.32 1.0 5.32 1.40 25 .5 4.6 14.32 II 3 Total oxygen consumption [m /h] ] 12.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 Size 3 .0 5.0 5.5 4.0 5.10 10 .11 1.32 1. PL-RC 7095 Pk dm.40 25 .5 4. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.60 40 .5 4.0 5.00 1.40 40 .25 25 .0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 440 380 420 380 400 340 380 320 350 280 320 270 270 250 240 200 210 150 180 130 160 110 130 90 III Total Propane consumption [m /h] ] 1.40 40 .21 1.004 .0 5.Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size 10 .3 18.60 60-100 60-100 Size 10 .5 4.100 15 Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I .3 4.32 1.4 29.25 25 .II II -III [mm] ] Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.60 40 .0 5.5 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 %.5 4.25 10 .5 PM PM PM 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .60 40 .40 40 .5 4.4 29.32 1.100 100-300 PM PM PM 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 0.32 1.4 15.60 40 .4 36. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.10 3 .40 25 .0 5.0 5.

5 1.0 3.5 7.3 1.100 0.5 5.004 83 . For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables LP-N 8070 Py dm or LP-N 8070 Pk dm are valid.9 1.. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.0 4.4 1.35 1.0 3.3 100-200 100 .88 1. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.40 1.5 6.0 7.0 3.6 13.6 16.6 2.5 6.3 2.3 4.4 1.1 4.7 2.5 14.5 660 630 580 550 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 330 300 310 280 260 260 230 180 180 130 110 5 5 1.1 7 200-300 0.40 0.5 4.5 12.5 6.9 3.67 0.45 0.6 5.1 2.1 5.6 2. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting Speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Propane consumption [m3/h] ] flame cutting nozzles LP-N Heating Cutting oxygen oxygen consumption consumption [m3/h] ] [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 2.0 32.3 0.9 25.0 0.8 9.8 4.0 5.0 3.0 4.4 0.6 4.0 6.5 25-40 3 .3 4.5 %.1 6.5 4.0 2.6 10.7 3. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.67 0.5 3.5 40-60 2.6 7.5 3.2 8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 11.6 1.0 4.4 60-100 2. LP-N 8070 P dm.1 8.5 6.5 5 2.8 1.0 2.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.1 3.300 0.7 2.0 6 2.5 2.5 5.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles LP-N.28092.5 5.0 5.0 14.3 15.1 29.6 8.5 8.4 23.0 10-25 2.3 1.1 26.5 5.0 5. for bevel cuts of 30 by 25 % approx.2 3.5 4.0 5.5 1.3 1.40 1. Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.6 2.8 3..0 2.05 2.5 3.0 5.0 2.5 1.2 0.0 4.0 6. With the given cutting speeds.1 2.6 29. Table 025 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 2.9 2.1 9. ° ° The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10 % approx.8 3.56 0.5 5 1.0 5.5 4.0 4.9 6.5 2.4 4.0 2.77 0.7 1. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.

5 6.0 5.3 4.5 4.0 4.0 Service time [sec] ] 15 20 20 25 25 30 30 30 30 Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Cutting oxygen pressure Flame Cutting [bar] ] 3.0 4.0 6.5 4.1 3.0 5.5 5.0 4.5 2 7 The table indicates standard values.5 1 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] 25-40 3 .5 2 6 100-200 100 . fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Propane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame Cutting [bar] ] 2.5 6.28092.004 .0 3.0 3.0 40 40 40 0.0 4.5 0.5 5.0 4.5 0.300 0.5 0.0 4. Table 026 d 84 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole piercing [bar] ] 4.0 5.5 Service time [sec] ] 0 0.5 4.Flame cutting nozzles LP-N Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles LP-N.0 5.100 40-60 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 4.5 0.0 4.5 [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 5 2.5 1 5 60-100 2.0 6.5 0. LP-N 8070 PL dm.5 0.0 5.5 5.05 2. Operating data: Table LP-N 8070 P dm.0 4.0 4.0 6.0 4.0 4.5 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole piercing [bar] ] 0 0.0 30 0.5 5.

0 3.100 60 .2 1.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 540 500 500 460 480 400 420 380 380 290 300 220 240 180 180 140 140 100 flame cutting nozzles LP-N Total Propane consumption [m /h] ] 0. I II II α I a LP-N 8070 Py dm.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles LP-N.60 40 .3 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .5 20. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 4.0 4. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 6.2 1.60 60 .1 1.0 5.0 20. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .1 1.0 5.0 6.2 7.5 5.100 3 .60 3 .5 %.25 10 .7 12.0 6.0 5.0 6.2 1.0 6.40 25 .10 10 – 25 10 .0 6.0 6.2 1.100 12 0.0 5.40 Size 3 .II [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.5 11.60 40 .8 1.0 3 25 .0 6.28092.10 10 .1 12.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.1 1.60 40 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 4.1 1.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.5 14. Table 027 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 3.0 1.2 1.0 1.40 40 .4 7.40 40 .2 3 Total oxygen consumption [m /h] ] 6.7 12.0 6.100 The table indicates standard values.1 1.5 4.0 5.1 1.4 9.004 85 .5 7.25 25 .0 5.0 4.0 5. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.1 1.1 11.25 25 .1 9.25 10 .

60 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 4. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.60 40 .4 36.60 40 .6 14.3 3.32 1.32 1.32 1.5 5.4 440 380 420 380 400 340 380 320 350 280 320 270 270 250 240 200 210 150 180 130 160 110 130 90 III 1.4 23.40 25 .25 10 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.11 1.32 II I 12.2 12. LP-N 8070 Pk dm.32 1.10 10 .32 1. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I .5 40 – 60 40 .3 18.2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.100 100-300 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-30 100-300 0.25 3 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.7 20.004 .40 40 .32 1.II II -III [mm] ] Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Propane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.40 25 .21 1.00 1.Flame cutting nozzles LP-N Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles LP-N.32 1.4 29.5 %.60 40 .40 25 .60 3 .60 3 – 100 3 – 100 3 .40 25 .25 25 .28092.100 15 0.40 40 .4 29.60 40 .0 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .60 60-100 40 . Table 028 d a III α II I 86 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.60 40 .4 15.4 20.25 25 .10 10 .6 40.32 1.25 10 .

6 2.1 26.8 1.7 3.5 6.0 2.4 1.0 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 4.7 10.1 29.4 4.8 9.5 3.5 7.300 0.0 2.0 5.9 3.0 4.4 1.5 %.5 6.6 4.36 1.0 4.5 6.5 5.5 10-25 P 2.5 4.5 5.4 4.7 29..49 0. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 P dm.5 7 12.1 200-300 8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.60 0.8 2. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.6 1.1 14.3 1.9 4.4 60-100 3.0 4.7 2. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Py ® dm or GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Pk dm are valid.5 14.1 8. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved 0 provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.7 1.9 1.5 6.5 5.81 0.3 1.3 2.8 3.5 4.5 6 2.4 1.28092.2 6. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.70 0. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.4 5.5 5.4 15.2 9.0 2.3 4.6 5.004 87 .3 3.0 3.0 2.0 5.0 3.1 5.6 3.0 2.70 0.6 8.4 23.0 6.0 660 630 580 550 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 330 300 310 280 260 260 230 180 180 130 110 5 1.6 3.1 3.1 3. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.6 40-60 2.5 1. for bevel cuts of 30 0 ® by 25 % approx.3 3.7 2.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. With the given cutting speeds.0 3.5 7.92 1.7 7.6 2.4 100-200 PM 100 .1 32. Table 029 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 25-40 PM 3 -100 0. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating cap Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Propane consumption [m3/h] ] Heating oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 2.0 6.5 4.7 2.41 1.5 6.4 11.5 5.0 3.9 2.0 5.2 0.5 4.0 0.0 25.5 5.2 4.5 2.. Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 8.7 5.6 13.2 2.7 17.

Table 030 d 88 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.3 4.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.0 5. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 0.5 5.5 2 6 100-200 PM 100 .5 0.004 .5 5.5 4.100 12 [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 0.5 5.5 0.5 6.0 4.5 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] 5.5 5.28092. fuel gas propane Work piece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating cap Propane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 0.5 6.0 25-40 PM 3 .0 5.5 6.5 0.0 3.0 5.5 25 25 25 15 0.0 4.0 6.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.0 4.3 3.5 5.5 4. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 P dm.5 1 40-60 5.5 0.5 5. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 PL dm.0 6.5 4.300 0.4 7 The table indicates standard values.0 60-100 3.5 3.

67 0. Table 031 d a 722.0 6. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.0 6. fuel gas propane Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .5 3.10 Heating caps Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .0 3.0 6.5 3.5 4.7 13.82 0.25 10 .5 5.5 3.82 0.0 4.60 25 .5 2. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.8 18.40 25 .5 3.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 600 570 570 520 520 470 470 420 420 330 330 270 270 220 220 170 170 120 Total Total Propane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 2. I II II α I GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 Py dm.60 25 .0 6.100 12 0.9 10.82 0.8 3 10 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.9 11.10 Size 3 .II [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.100 40 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.60 60 .3 10.82 0.004 89 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH .40 40 .25 10 .25 10 .60 40 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.82 3 [m /h] ] 6.5 %.5 ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.5 3.3 18.0 8.67 0.5 3 .40 40 .25 25 .82 0. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.40 40 .25 10 .100 3 .0 3.0 4.3 3.0 6.60 60 .100 The table indicates standard values.28092.67 0.

60 60-100 60-100 0.40 25 .4 29.4 PM 3 .40 40 .25 25 .0 5.100 15 0.60 40 .60 40 .3 4. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.00 1. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.21 12.40 40 . The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.60 40 .4 29.2 12.25 25 .60 40 .60 40 .25 10 .6 14. Table 032 d ® III α II I a 90 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.40 25 .60 40 .60 40 .28092.60 60-100 60-100 10 . fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .40 40 .40 25 .004 .0 5.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.11 1. GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Pk dm.4 20.100 100-300 PM PM PM 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 440 380 420 380 400 340 380 320 350 280 320 270 270 250 240 200 210 150 180 130 160 110 130 90 III II 1.10 10 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .3 18.4 15.0 PM PM PM 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .100 PM 3 .32 23. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.4 1.7 20.II II -III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting Oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Propane consumption ] [m3/h] Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .6 40.100 PM 3 .4 36.10 3 .25 25 .Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.2 I The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.25 10 .5 %.

Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.10 3 .5 5.18 1.23 1.100 60 .0 3.23 1. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.5 32.25 25-40 25 .18 1.0 5.60 60 .40 10 .40 25 .40 25 .60 40 .100 3 .100 PM 3 .0 3.100 100-200 3 .100 PM 100-300 PM 100-200 60 .5 14.5 36. Table 033 d I II α I a α III Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.1 43.25 10 .3 36.23 1. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 3.18 1.5 5.100 100-300 PM PM 100-300 100-300 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 0.7 32.18 1.5 5.5 5.03 1.18 1.100 60 .0 5.2 18. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.2 18.23 1.3 41.0 4.25 10 .60 3 .0 5.100 100-200 100-300 PM 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 60-100 100-200 60 .0 3. The nozzle clearance of torches I and III is 2 to 5 mm.23 1.60 PM PM PM 3 .0 3.23 1.3 0.100 60 .5 5.5 10.25 25-40 25 .4 18.1 25.0 3.0 5.60 60 .5 III 420 330 350 300 350 250 300 230 280 210 260 190 240 170 220 150 200 130 180 110 160 90 140 80 II 0. The center torch II is to be adjusted 15 mm higher than the torches I and III.0 5.0 4.5 5.5 3.23 1.4 18.0 14.40 40-60 40 .10 10 .18 1.18 1.5 5.100 40 .0 3.0 3.100 3 .0 5.0 4.5 %.0 5.18 1.4 18.1 36.23 1.60 40 .25 25 .0 3.5 5.7 11.1 32.0 4.100 40 .0 4.18 1.5 5.60 40 .23 1.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.25 10 .004 91 .54 10.8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 3.4 3.6 12.0 5.40 40 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.100 100-200 60 .97 1.18 1.5 5.100 100-300 PM PM 3 .28092.9 26. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 Pkn dm.23 1.0 5.II II -III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Propane consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .5 5.0 5.4 25.0 12.9 26.0 5. fuel gas propane (valid only for rotating triple-torch assemblies) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .

5 2.5 4.5 6.4 2. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .0 5.5 1.5 6.3 1.100 1230-PMYF 25-40 1230-PMYF 40-60 1230-PMYF 60-100 1280-PMYF 100-200 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 200-250 100 .15 0.8 1. With the given cutting speeds.6 1.5 22.2 2.9 2.0 4.28 0.6 10.6 9.2 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 1.3 0.15 12 .10 5 .28092.28 0.0 24.8 2.3 1.38 2.5 2.8 4. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx..0 2.1 10.5 2.1 2.8 1.1 1.4 1.12 12 .9 1.5 9.9 18.7 0.0 2.6 1.68 0.33 0.8 4.5 0.0 2.3 3.0 7.1 1.38 0.8 2.5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 780 740 720 700 650 600 670 650 630 590 560 560 510 460 460 440 420 400 400 360 340 340 300 270 270 230 180 180 130 130 110 Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .0 1.5 3.5 6.9 7.3 1.8 3.5 5.0 2.0 2.5 3.10 5 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 6.7 1.0 2.0 4.3 2.5 8.5 1.5 1. The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.3 14.7 1230-PMYF 3 .0 1.0 6.0 5. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.4 12.4 3.5 9.9 1.5 Heating Cutting Total oxygen oxygen oxygen consumption consumption consumption 3 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] [m /h] ] ] ] 1.0 1.4 24.1 2.8 5.0 1.0 Propane consumption [m /h] ] 0.3 3.3 4.9 0.0 2.1 5.2 1.10 Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 0.28 0.5 3.0 7.1 2.2 1.5 2.5 17.0 6. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 Py dm or GRICUT®1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 Pk dm are valid.38 2.0 7.5 4.5 8.62 0.5 5.6 3.5 4.0 5.004 .6 13.5 1.9 1.33 0.9 3. Table 034 d 92 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 2.5 0.1 7.3 17.5 3.5 2.3 1.9 2.6 2.4 1.6 1.3 3. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.5 7.9 0.7 2.0 5 .5 7.5 %.9 3.6 15.5 7.300 1280-PMYF 250-300 0.5 2.2 2.38 0.5 6.5 5.5 28.3 2.5 22.0 4.8 4.2 2.5 6.5 6.5 8.0 6. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.0 6.5 3.10 1230-PMYF 7-15 1230-PMYF 1230-PMYF 10-25 3 .5 7.5 5.1 1.68 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.2 6.5 20.5 3.0 6.5 8.10 6-10 8 .provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.5 7.7 2.6 5..2 30.1 5. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 7 8 10 12 15 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 1.38 3 Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.9 2.8 16.7 4.33 0. GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 9100 P dm.

They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 7.0 6.5 4.5 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 12 3.3 4.0 20 1.12 The table indicates standard values.5 7.10 5 .100 1280-PMYF 100 .200 1280-PMYF 100 .5 5.0 6.0 12 4.0 6.0 30 0.0 6. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 PL dm.0 7.5 0. Table 035 d ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. fuel gas propane Work piece thickness [mm] ] 7 10 15 15 20 25 25 30 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Propane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.300 0.15 [mm/min] ] 670 630 560 560 510 460 460 440 400 400 360 340 340 320 300 280 270 270 250 240 [mm] ] 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 1230-PMYF Size [bar] ] 7 .0 7.5 8.5 7.0 7. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF 9100 P dm.40 40 .60 1230-PMYF 3 .5 1.5 2 6-10 60 .100 0.10 1230-PMYF 15 .5 7.5 4.5 1.5 7.2 2.5 8.0 12 4.5 8.10 5 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1230-PMYF Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.5 4.0 20 5 .0 20 0.5 1.5 4.5 1 1 2 2 1230-PMYF 2.5 2 8 .0 7.5 6.5 1.28092.25 2.5 1230-PMYF 25 .5 7.004 93 .0 15 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 5.10 1230-PMYF 2.5 6.

03 1.15 7 . The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled. fuel gas propane Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .03 1. I II II α I a GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 Py dm.004 .03 1. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.03 1.0 7.25 15 . Table 036 d ® 94 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.40 40 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 7.4 17.03 3 [m /h] ] 5.5 4.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 620 570 570 500 520 460 490 420 430 350 360 290 300 230 240 180 190 120 Total Total Propane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.3 8.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.15 7 .3 14.6 6.100 3 .0 6.25 15 .81 1.II [mm] ] 25 15 25 12 20 10 20 10 20 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.3 11.03 1.10 3 .0 7.5 4.40 25 .40 40 .5 4.5 0.0 7.0 7.60 40 .100 3 .5 %.3 13. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 4.5 2.28092.5 4.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF.60 60 .25 25 .10 7 .0 6.10 7 .0 6.5 4.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.100 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .60 40 .03 1.0 5.81 0.3 4.9 3 The table indicates standard values.60 40 .15 15 .25 25-40 25 .3 8.1 13. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.15 10 .5 4.03 1.9 8.60 Size 3 .

5 1.100 3 .100 3 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .0 7.7 1.1 1. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.0 7.1 10. GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 Pk dm.3 3.5 31.0 5.0 7.1 27.9 1. Table 037 d III α II I a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.3 32.10 7 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 3.9 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 7.0 4.60 40 .0 7.0 6.1 1.0 7.1 1.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .5 31.1 1.0 3.60 40 .60 40 .1 1.60 40 .4 1.0 3.5 27.2 1.5 27.9 23.15 15 .15 15 . fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Propane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .15 15 .0 19.40 25 .40 40 .0 7.0 3.2 1.25 15 .0 19.6 39.100 3 .0 4.0 7.60 40 .0 4.25 25 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.100 3 .1 1.5 1.0 3.5 27.25 25 .3 1.25 15 .60 40-60 60-100 60-100 60-100 7 .0 7.5 %.7 II I 10.2 1.0 5.5 12.004 95 .100 3 .0 7.15 7 .5 32.0 5.8 16.3 37.60 40 .0 3.0 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 460 400 440 400 400 380 380 340 350 300 330 290 290 270 250 220 220 170 180 140 160 120 130 100 III 0.28092.0 7.0 19.0 3.100 15 0.1 1.1 27.0 6.25 25 .40 40 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1230-PMYF Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.40 40 .0 6.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.

20 18.8 4.10 6-10 8 .0 6.6 1.10 Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 0.70 0.4 2.0 2.5 8.0 4.8 2. With the given cutting speeds.10 5 .5 1.0 2.5 9.4 3.50 14.5 7.5 2.74 2.86 1.50 5.0 4.80 4.75 21.50 1.38 3 10-25 15-25 3 .0 3.50 5.2 1.10 15.0 0.0 5.50 0. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.24 1.10 5 .5 3.38 0.50 5. The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.8 1.5 4. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 10 12 15 25 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 Cutting nozzle Size 3-7 Heating cap Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 0.40 7.5 6.75 2.0 7.00 2.5 8.02 1.00 23.5 5.30 0. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.30 6.20 12. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.80 1.90 1.5 1.0 4.50 3.0 6.5 6.30 1.5 7.20 3.3 2.5 6.80 3.60 16.22 1.5 7.00 5.70 1.30 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 6.100 100-200 200-250 250-300 100 .38 0. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .5 6.5 8.5 5 .28092.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.38 25-40 2.0 2.40 4.3 2.06 0.9 2.26 0.9 1. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 Py dm or GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 Pk dm are valid.0 Propane consumption [m /h] ] 0. Table 038 d 96 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 %.70 Heating Cutting Total oxygen oxygen oxygen consumption consumption consumption 3 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] [m /h] ] ] ] 1.00 15.9 3.0 6.10 11.55 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.00 1.15 0.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.00 6.6 2.0 4..0 1.5 1.70 2.50 1.0 1.60 4.15 12 .4 3. GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 P dm.5 7.8 0.68 1.100 0. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 6.90 2.05 0..5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 780 740 720 700 650 670 650 630 590 560 560 510 460 460 440 420 400 400 360 340 340 300 270 270 230 180 180 130 130 110 ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .90 2.5 5.64 0.6 1.12 12 .6 1.55 2.38 40-60 160 .0 7.00 3.1 2.25 3.0 5.9 1.10 3.5 3.75 21.0 6.0 5.75 26.60 6.50 11.50 12.00 14.70 16.80 19.5 6.5 2.30 0.5 2.80 29.50 3.10 5.50 5.300 0.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 1.50 3.50 5.00 23.00 1.40 3.00 9.20 2.004 .75 5.0 0.60 2.6 2.8 2.5 7.50 13.18 0.35 0.0 8.26 0. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10 % approx.68 0.5 3.

The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 4.0 5.100 0.0 6.5 7.0 5.0 12 0.0 4.5 1 2.0 4.0 6.0 6.5 6. Table 039 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 12 0.5 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 7-15 Size [bar] ] [mm/min] ] 670 630 560 560 510 460 460 440 420 400 400 360 340 340 320 300 285 270 270 250 240 [mm] ] 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .5 6.300 0.5 2 8 .5 7.0 25 0.0 6.0 8.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8280-PMYF Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.5 1 5 .10 15-25 2.0 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4.0 8.12 The table indicates standard values.10 5 .5 2 6-10 100-200 100 .28092. fuel gas propane Work piece thickness [mm] ] 7 10 15 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating cap Propane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.0 6. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 P dm. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 4.5 7.5 7.0 6.0 12 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 5.6 4.5 2.004 97 . GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 PL dm.0 15 0.10 60-100 2.10 5 .5 0.5 7.5 25-40 40-60 3 .5 8.5 7.5 6.0 15 0.0 8.

3 22.0 13.15 7 .5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 510 380 495 365 460 340 380 340 350 290 320 270 300 240 280 210 270 190 Total Total Propane oxygen consumption consumption 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] ] ] 0.00 9.0 6.15 1. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 7.0 7.40 40-60 40 .0 4.100 3 .00 9.25 15 .2 0. Table 040 d ® a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 1. fuel gas propane Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size 7 .0 6.60 60-100 60 .15 1.0 The table indicates standard values.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.25 25 .60 40 .15 9. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.7 1.15 1.28092.15 1.0 4.0 5. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 6.0 4.60 7 .0 5. I II II α I GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Py dm.0 1.15 7 . They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 19.0 6.100 3 .0 21.0 5.0 5.0 14.15 15 .15 11.5 7.0 5.90 8.0 16.25 15 .15 15 .9 1.6 Heating caps Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .4 1.40 40 .90 7.4 1.0 6.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 6.0 7.9 1.00 8.5 %.0 3.25 15 .00 10.40 25 .25 25 .100 15 0.II [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.0 5.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 5.004 98 .40 25 .15 12. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 12.

100 100-300 3 .100 60 .5 42.60 60 .0 21.6 16.0 5. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 7.40 40 .0 6. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 7.0 6.40 25 .100 60 .25 15 .15 15 .0 7.40 25 .5 1.100 40 .5 1.100 100-200 100-200 3 .9 1.0 5.5 1.40 25 .5 1.100 40 .5 7.5 7.3 18.60 60 .100 100-200 100-300 100-200 60 . GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 Pk dm.15 7 .60 25 .100 60 .25 25 .5 1.40 7 .004 99 .100 60-100 3 .25 15 .25 25 .8 30.8 36.15 7 .100 100-200 100-300 60 .100 4.6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 5.4 1. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Torch I Cutting nozzles Torch Torch II III Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .5 7.8 1.5 18.9 1.15 15 .100 3 .0 4.100 100-200 60 .25 15 .4 1.8 14.7 33. Table 041 d a III α II I Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 7.5 44.9 II I 11.28092.0 6.60 60 .II II -III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8280-PMYF Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total propane consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Size 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .0 7.9 1.1 14.0 39. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.0 6.0 8.100 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 450 330 370 330 340 280 310 260 290 230 270 200 260 180 240 160 210 160 190 140 160 140 150 100 III 1.100 3 .100 100-300 5.25 15 .60 15 1.8 39.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMY.0 36.5 1.5 42.0 7.5 1.9 1.8 17.5 %.25 25 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 3 .5 1.60 60 .60 7 .100 100-300 3 .100 60-100 100-200 60 .0 6.100 3 .0 33.4 17.0 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .5 40 .8 21.6 45.5 1.15 15 .40 40 .0 7.40 40 .6 14.100 3 .0 6.5 44.100 40 .100 3 .0 8.

0 15.15 7 . The heating flames of the torches II and III are to be set to half the heating oxygen pressures stated in the table.100 100-200 60 .0 7.60 40 .5 44.100 7 .100 100-300 3 .5 1.0 37.8 21.0 7.0 5.0 7.6 10.8 39.5 12.0 33.0 6.60 40 .40 15 .0 8.100 3 .5 1.100 100-200 100-300 60 .5 42.4 11.60 3 .0 6.0 21.4 1.60 60 .60 60 -100 60 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 %.100 3 .6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.8 36.15 15 .100 40 .0 39.6 16.7 33.5 37.0 5.60 40 .5 7.100 100-200 100-300 100-200 3 .5 7.0 440 320 360 320 330 270 300 250 280 220 260 190 250 170 230 150 200 150 180 130 150 130 140 90 III 1.5 1. The center torch II is to be adjusted 15 mm higher than the torches I and III.3 12.8 24.100 3 .5 1.8 29.0 5.0 6.5 1.8 15.0 7.1 38.15 7 .5 1.0 27.25 25 .5 1. fuel gas propane (valid only for rotating triple-torch assemblies) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .1 I 11.4 17.100 60 .0 7.5 42.100 40 .0 8.100 60-100 60 .2 27.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.25 7 .3 18.0 6.004 .0 35.6 14.0 7.3 8. Table 042 d ® II α I a α III 100 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.100 100-200 60 .100 3 .5 18.9 1.100 60 .100 60 .15 25 .25 15 .9 1.8 17.9 1. GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Pkn dm.4 1.5 44.9 II 6.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.40 40 .5 33.8 1.8 14.0 4. 0 From 50 mm workpiece thickness and a bevel angle of 45 only torch II is to be throttled.5 7.0 6.8 31.100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 4.100 3 .8 11. The nozzle clearance of torches I and III is 2 to 5 mm.100 100-300 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .5 1.0 36.100 3 .60 40 .6 8.1 14.0 30.5 1.5 35.25 15 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.8 30.0 5.25 25-40 25 .60 60 .5 1.28092.0 7.25 15 .25 15 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.6 45.0 6.60 60 .100 100-300 3 .40 25-40 40 .II II -III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total propane consumption ] [m3/h] Total Cutting oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Total oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .100 40 .9 1.15 15 .

5 6.5 22.0 1.1 2.23 0.0 5.5 4.0 8.5 5-7 0.4 28.2 2.2 5-7 0.5 5.40 0.2 4. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.3 14.0 8.5 8. GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 8070 P dm.4 10.8 4.7 6.5 2.5 3.15 12 .0 9.8 11. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 3.5 10.8 0.5 850 800 750 750 720 690 690 610 550 500 500 480 450 430 390 390 360 320 320 290 280 270 230 180 180 130 130 110 3-4 0.3 10.3 0.5 9.8 4.62 2.5 3.33 0. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1270-PYF Propane consumption [m3/h] ] Heating Cutting Total oxygen oxygen oxygen consumption consumption consumption [m3/h] ] [m3/h] ] [m3/h] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 50 50 60 80 80 90 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 1270-PYF 3-5 1270-PYF 6-10 1270-PYF 10-25 1270-P 3 .0 1.5 8.5 8.62 0.9 0.0 4.36 1..5 2.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.4 0.0 4.38 1.7 4-5 2.80 1270-PYF 80-100 1280-PMYF 100-200 1280-PMYF 200-250 1280-PMYF 250-300 1280-PMYF 100 .7 3.2 2.6 3.0 6.28 0.3 2. The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.6 17.0 12.0 24. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.5 4.7 2.0 9.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF.0 9.0 8 .5 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.9 16.5 5.004 101 .3 5.38 1.68 2.300 0.12 12 . The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.1 1.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.1 8.3 2.5 10.2 1.5 24.28092.68 0.38 1.0 2.0 0.5 2.8 5.1 13.2 8.9 1. Table 043 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. With the given cutting speeds.4 8.23 0.5 7 .1 2.0 22.6 15.0 10.7 7.0 7.0 8.4 2.5 9.8 3.2 4.0 4.1 2.3 3.100 1270-PYF 25-50 1270-PYF 40 .5 5.9 10.3 2.9 9.0 11.1 10.6 6.6 3.1 1.0 2.2 18.3 4.5 %.5 0. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 1270-PYF 7089 Py dm or GRICUT®1270-PYF/1280-PMYF Pk dm are valid.30 1.0 2.9 1.5 10.5 2.3 1.0 2.10 2.3 2.5 6.5 5.52 1.0 11.5 17.1 5.9 30. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.5 2.0 1.15 0.5 2.0 4.38 1.8 0.1 2.6 8.1 5. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .5 5-7 0.0 11..46 0.8 20.

They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.80 3 .5 2 0.0 15 0.3 4.0 12 [mm/min] ] 690 610 550 500 500 480 430 390 390 360 340 320 320 290 280 250 230 220 [mm] ] 5-7 5-7 1270-PYF 50 .0 8.0 10.100 2.0 7.0 9.200 1280-PMYF 100 .0 9.0 10 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 8.0 15 0.5 1 0.100 1270-P 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.2 2.15 The table indicates standard values.10 1280-PMYF 100 .5 4.5 2 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 1270-PYF Size [bar] ] 10 .5 7.0 11.28092.5 2 7 .5 1 0.0 30 0.0 10.004 .5 7.5 2 5-7 1270-PYF 80 .0 11.5 9.0 11.5 2 10 .5 10.300 0.5 4.5 1 0.0 11.5 4. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 8070 P dm.5 1 0.0 Cutting oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.0 12.0 8. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 40 50 50 60 70 80 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Propane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.25 1270-PYF 25 .5 1 0.5 8.5 10.5 Heating oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4.50 2. GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 8070 PL dm. Table 044 d 102 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF.

7 14.0 8.4 9.50 50 .0 9.67 0.0 9.0 11.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 2.25 10 .50 25 .0 8.03 1.0 9.5 4.03 3 [m /h] ] 7.50 25 .25 10 .5 ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1270-PYF Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 7.4 9.004 103 .100 P 3 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF.03 1.03 1.0 10.5 4.25 25 .1 9. Table 045 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.4 8.80 Size 10 .25 25 .50 P 3 . fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 10 .5 %. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.7 11.5 4.50 25 . The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.5 4.II [mm] ] 25 10 25 10 20 10 20 10 20 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.0 8.5 0. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 8.7 15.0 8.9 11.03 1.5 4.100 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .50 25 .50 25 .6 10. I II II α I a GRICUT® 1270-PYF 7089 Py dm.25 10 .25 10 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.25 10 .0 8.7 3 The table indicates standard values.5 4.25 10 .25 10 .28092.03 1.03 1.5 4.25 10 .3 4.81 1.4 10.0 8.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 640 590 590 550 550 500 520 460 470 390 400 320 340 260 270 200 210 150 Total Total Propane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.03 1.

0 3.6 23.5 1.0 3. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.50 25 .50 25 .28092.0 9.1 1.1 25.4 39.100 P 3 .100 15 0.0 8.0 5.5 31.0 8.0 8.0 10.0 10.1 1.0 10.9 12.3 3.80 50 .25 10 .0 6.004 .50 25 .50 25 .50 25 .80 80-100 80-100 80-100 10 .0 3.6 15.5 1.80 80-100 80-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 10 – 25 10 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.100 5.0 4.5 %.9 13. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.1 1.25 25 .1 1.80 50-80 80-100 50 .0 4.100 100-300 80-100 P 3 .0 10.7 II I 12.0 P 3 .II II -III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total propane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Size Size 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 10-25 25-50 25 .3 27.9 19.6 25.7 1. GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 7089 Pk dm.1 27.100 P 3 .0 5.9 12.0 3.50 50 .2 1.25 25 .0 9.50 25 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 480 420 460 420 420 400 400 360 360 320 340 300 300 280 260 230 240 190 200 150 170 140 140 110 III 1.0 6.6 17.0 9.0 10.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF.50 50 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.1 1.25 10 .2 1.3 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.2 1.80 80-100 GRICUT® 1280P 80-100 PMYF 3 .0 8.0 8.2 34.0 3.3 21.0 11.5 38.50 25 .0 9.3 1. Table 046 d III α II I a 104 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 8.4 1.50 50 .80 50 .0 3.2 41.1 1.1 1.0 8.0 3.0 4.25 10 . fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Torch I Cutting nozzles Torch Torch II III Size Size Torch I Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .1 1.50 25 .3 12.

03-1.3 2.53 0. GRICUT® DB 1270-PYF 8072 P dm.03-1. Table 047 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.50-0.4.30-0.0 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1210-PYF. 716.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.2 0.08 4.55 0.5 5.40 0.5 %.45 0.3.28092.2.2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 1.4.0 750 750 700 675 650 600 550 10 .004 105 .88-0.50-0. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.50-0.98 1.55 0.55 0. art.5 4.3. no.0 2.0 3.4.0 2-5 2-100 0. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Compressed air pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Propane Consumption ] [m3/h] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1270-PYF Heating oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Cutting oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Total oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Compressed air consumption ] [m3/h] 2.5 .93 0.35 0.5 4.5 4.40 0.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.08 1.5 .0 .88-0.20 0. With the given cutting speeds cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .0 .0 4.93 0.08 1.40-0.03-1.0 3.5 2.5 0.3.14 0.93-0.88 0.35-0.83-0.35-0.51251.5 3.0 .0 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. When using the thin-sheet nozzle it is necessary to use the air sprinkler.0 2.5 4.

5 200 .0 6.0 11.0 10. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .28092.9 11 .0 9.500 0.0 160 145 130 120 110 105 100 20 15 6-8 2.12 3. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 43 48 55 61 67 74 80 52.0 7.5 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 72.5 78.5 9. GRICUT® 8281-PMYF 9088 P dm. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 0 ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Propane consumption [m3/h] ] Heating oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 0. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.500 200 .5 7 .5 93.0 0.10 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 12.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.0 5.15 13.5 78. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.0 8. Table 048 d 106 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 57. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1210-PYF Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF.004 .5 11.4 4. With the given cutting speeds.5 %.0 64.3 3.3 9 .

0 3.600 1. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.5 2. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .8 54. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.8 2.0 6.9 14. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.5 %.4 4.0 5.4 9.0 240 200 170 140 120 140 120 100 80 120 100 80 60 30 5 7 8 9 10 10 15 20 20 20 20 25 25 0.0 4.7 112.2 5.0 6.7 12.8 23.8 60.55 1.300 100 .12 3.0 1.004 107 .91 1.0 5.69 0.0 3.1 16.5 5.83 3.1 161.6 3.6 11.6 29. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMYF Propane consumption [m3/h] ] Heating oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 100 .0 4.450 0.0 4.2 44.5 5.12 1.48 0.8 5.600 450 .5 1.450 300 . With the given cutting speeds. Table 049 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 21 21 26 31 39 49 53 57 61 87 100 117 145 22.0 3.0 9.44 3.9 131.5 1.28092.76 4.0 450 .5 6.0 6.8 7.40 1.5 5.5 0.0 6.0 4.4 66.55 1.0 7. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.40 2.97 2.4 35.0 10.5 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.0 71.6 98.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY.0 6. GRICUT® 5281-PMY 9088 P dm. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 3.0 5.

0 8.6 75.004 .450 100 .5 9.9 450 .3 31.8 87.5 %. GRICUT® 8480-PMYF 9029 P dm.3 71.0 8.2 0. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.0 320 260 200 180 150 150 130 120 110 110 90 80 60 110 3.0 0.5 2.0 8.6 52.5 35. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 35.6 32.0 6.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 5281-PMY Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.9 9.5 4.6 0.7 6. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.3 55.6 75.6 6.0 8.0 8.3 55.3 29.2 62.5 8.3 38.8 83.5 8.7 300 .0 36.8 83.3 59.0 9.600 0. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Propane consumption [m3/h] ] Heating oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 100 .2 65.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.7 38. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.300 0.28092. With the given cutting speeds. Table 050 d 108 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 9.7 29.2 79.2 62.6 79.3 58.5 9.0 8. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.5 8. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .600 1.7 5.0 32.5 8.

08 0.05 0. With the given cutting speeds.0 6. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 50 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 Cutting nozzle Size Propane pressure [bar] ] 0.10 0.15 0.05 0.8 3.12 10 .10 8 .5 9.10 10 .28092.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF.6 5.0 6.0 9.0 7.2 2 50 .0 7.14 12 .20 Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 5.8 3.5 5.004 109 .03 0.12 10 .08 0.2 2.75 300 . Table 051 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 8.5 8.5 10.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.11077 0.5 8.08 0.14 ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8480-PMY Propane consumption [m /h] ] 2.12 11 . cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .5 %.15 0.13 11 .9 2.13 12 . in case of shape cutting involving small radii.5 4.300 0.0 7.600 716.03 0.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 360 320 260 200 170 150 150 130 110 100 90 75 60 Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 5-7 5-7 7-8 7-8 8 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 7.8 4.6 6.9 3.8 3.2 2.08 0.5 4 Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 32 38 41 43 46 49 60 63 68 72 76 80 83 Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 34 40 43 45 48 51 64 67 72 76 80 84 87 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used. GRICUT® 300/600-PMYF 9088 P dm. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.10 0.11076 50 . Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.0 3 Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 716.

01050 4.3 42.7 2.5 % and flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT→.004 .197 0.28092.6 1.2 4.7 14.01060 703.12 The table indicates standard values based on the use of oxygen with a minimum purity of 99. no.40 12 0.03 Si [%] ] 0. Specification of flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT (art.6 10 .04032 225 .0 29.2 27.004) Powder analysis No.5 4.4 21.4 Powder screen analysis [µm] ] Flow behaviour Filling volume [sec./50g] ] 39.5 175 .014 Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY 9088 P dm.5 10 .12 17 0.24 0.462.6 45.6 3.5 5. fuel gas propane Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Powder sleeve Size Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Propane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m / h] ] Powder consumption [kg/h] 125 150 175 175 200 225 225 250 275 300 125 .1 19. kg 06/276 2000 >400 >315 >200 >160 >100 >63 > 40 < 40 ] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] 3.75 5. 0.8 2.5 13.3 [sec./100g] ] 41.01090 6.6 5.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 5281-PMY Operating data for powder machine cutting nozzles AC 41-PMY.300 0.175 552. Table 052 d 110 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.015 H2-loss [%] ] 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.04 Chemical analysis Mn [%] ] P [%] ] S [%] ] 0.44 C [%] ] 0.0 6.5 8 .225 552.10 10 .3 44.8 9.0 120 110 100 80 75 70 60 50 40 40 9 30 .0 Apparent density 2 [g/cm ] 2.300 552.5 0. Satisfactory powder cuts can only be achieved with clean and undamaged cutting nozzles and powder sleeves.

1 200-300 8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.8 1.4 1.6 13.0 5.6 2.0 2.3 5.0 4. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small ° ° radii by 10% approx.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.6 5.004 111 .1 4.6 2.5 40-60 2.88 1.8 3.3 1.1 26.0 3.6 16.0 2.5 0.9 1. Table 053 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables PL-RC 8070 My dm or PL-RC 8070 Mk dm are valid.3 4.3 2. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.9 2.6 7.5 6.1 8.0 14.300 0. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Methane consumption [m3/h] ] Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Heating Cutting Total oxygen oxygen oxygen consumption consumption consumption [m3/h] ] [m3/h] ] [m3/h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 2.1 29.6 8.1 2. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved . for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.5 5.00 1.9 3.0 4.3 4.4 1.0 5.3 15.9 6.8 4. PL-RC 8072 M dm.0 6.5 4. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 660 630 580 550 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 330 300 310 280 260 260 230 180 180 130 110 5 1.4 4.0 4.100 0.47 1.1 9.7 1.4 25-40 PM 3 .0 2.6 1.0 10-25 2.5 14.5 %.5 7 12.3 1.7 2.0 5.6 4.8 9.0 4.7 3.5 7.0 5.3 1.0 5.6 10.28092.9 25.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.1 3.6 2.4 23.0 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.7 2..3 4.5 2.0 2.5 2.2 2.1 6.71 1.0 7..76 1.3 11.5 5.5 5.0 32.94 1.5 3.5 5.6 29.4 60-100 3.5 1.0 4.5 8.47 1.5 3. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. With the given cutting speeds.5 5.3 100-200 PM 100 .5 4.24 1.5 6.8 3.0 4.0 6 2.2 0.0 2. for bevel cuts of 30 by 25 % approx.5 6.5 2.0 6.5 6.2 3.0 4.1 5.0 1.

0 4. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 0.0 6.3 7 The table indicates standard values.5 0.0 6.5 0.0 5.0 5.5 6.5 0.0 3.300 0.0 5.0 4.5 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] 4.0 5.5 5. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 25 25 25 15 6 0.0 25-40 PM 3 .5 5.004 . Table 054 d 112 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Methane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.5 4.0 5.0 3.5 2 100-200 PM 100 .0 4.3 4.5 6.28092.0 6.5 0.5 5.0 4.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.5 4.5 1 40-60 4.5 0.0 60-100 3. PL-RC 8070 ML dm.2 2.5 5.Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.100 12 [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 0. Operating data: Table PL-RC 8072 M dm.

0 3.0 6.0 4.1 2.004 113 .60 40 .1 19. Table 055 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.II [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.0 4.10 10 .6 8.60 40 .28092.40 25 . I II II α I a PL-RC 8070 My dm.2 3 The table indicates standard values.1 12.25 25 .0 4. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.100 60 .1 2.25 10 .40 40 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.100 PM 3 .100 12 0.1 2.0 4.5 5.0 3.60 60 . They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 6.3 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .2 6.6 6.1 2.6 1.0 6. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 . The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.10 10 .8 1.1 3 [m /h] ] 6.3 11.40 40 .2 19.40 25 .25 25 .100 PM 3 .25 10 .25 10 .5 4.60 Size 3 .0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.1 2.0 4.3 12.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.7 11.5 3. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 3.0 4.0 4.5 %.0 Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 580 550 550 500 500 450 450 400 400 310 300 250 250 200 200 150 150 100 Total Total Methane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 1.0 4.8 2.60 40 .

60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .7 19.004 .100 100-300 PM PM PM 100-300 100-300 100-300 PM 3 .7 2.2 3.Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.8 15.2 3.3 3. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.60 40 .0 5.40 25 . Table 056 d III α II I a 114 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 5.4 4.5 4. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Cclearance Torch I .2 3.8 37.25 25 .5 0.0 5.40 25 .5 4.4 II I 13.9 3.0 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-200 420 360 400 360 380 320 360 300 330 260 310 250 250 220 230 180 200 130 170 120 150 90 130 80 III 2.2 3.0 5.60 40 .25 25 .0 5.100 PM 3 .5 4.0 5.5 5.7 2.60 40 .II II -III [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .5 4.28092.2 3.60 40 .8 23.4 3.25 10 .60 60-100 60-100 10 .5 4.25 25 .5 4. PL-RC 8070 Mk dm.5 %.0 5.5 4.100 15 0.0 5.1 20.2 3.10 10 .60 60-100 60-100 PM PM PM 100-300 3 .0 5.0 5.40 40 .0 14.2 3.60 40 .40 25 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.10 3 .8 20.0 5.100 PM 3 .0 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 4.40 40 .4 41.8 29.5 4.25 10 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.40 40 .0 13.5 4.60 40 .60 40 .

4 1.7 3. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] flame cutting nozzles LP-N Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 2.0 10-25 2.3 15.5 1.0 4.0 3.0 5.47 1.0 5. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables LP-N 8070 My dm or LP-N 8070 Mk dm are valid. Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 6.6 4.24 1.5 7.6 2.6 2.5 %.5 4.5 2.5 6.2 8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 1.0 4.5 1.1 2.0 7.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles LP-N.0 2.3 4.2 0. Table 057 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.88 1.5 3.5 5 0.5 25-40 3 .76 1.5 12.7 2.6 29. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved ° provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.00 1.5 4.2 3. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 5.0 2.5 5.3 4.0 5.0 32.6 16. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.8 9.0 2.5 5 2.5 6.71 1.0 6.1 9.8 1.5 14.0 5.4 60-100 2.28092.5 40-60 2. With the given cutting speeds.1 3.0 3.7 1.0 14.0 4.88 1.4 1.5 3.3 11.5 2.. LP-N 8070 M dm.3 100-200 100 .1 5.9 25.5 5.6 5.5 8.5 4.0 2.3 1.100 0.4 23..3 0.4 0.0 3.9 3.0 5.3 2. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.1 2.7 2.9 6.88 1.0 2.5 5.5 660 630 580 550 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 330 300 310 280 260 260 230 180 180 130 110 5 5 1.1 29.0 4.0 6.3 1.6 10.8 3.8 4.1 7 200-300 0.5 6.6 2.94 1.0 3.6 13. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.1 4.6 8.5 4.5 3.0 6 2.47 1.0 0.4 4.1 8.004 115 .88 1.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.6 7.1 6.5 5.6 1. for bevel cuts of 30 ° by 25 % approx.9 2.05 2.9 1.5 2.8 3.0 4.1 26.300 0.

5 0.5 1 5 60-100 2.5 0.0 4.5 6.0 5. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 4.0 30 4.5 6.0 6. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 5.300 0.0 15 4.5 0.5 [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 5 2.0 6.0 6.5 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.5 5.0 30 4.0 25 4.3 4.0 5.28092.5 0.0 30 40 40 40 0.5 2 6 100-200 100 .0 3.5 5.0 30 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3. LP-N 8070 ML dm.5 4.004 .0 20 4.5 4.0 25 4.0 5.5 0.100 40-60 0. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Methane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2. Operating data: Table LP-N 8070 M dm.1 0.05 2.5 3.5 5.Flame cutting nozzles LP-N Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles LP-N.0 4.0 4.5 5.0 30 4.5 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4.5 2 7 The table indicates standard values. Table 058 d 116 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 0.5 1 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] 25-40 3 .5 0.0 20 4.0 5.0 3.0 4.

3 2.60 60 .40 40 .0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.5 7. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 6.100 12 0.0 5.5 2.60 Size 3 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles LP-N.1 9.3 2.10 10 .40 25 .25 10 . I II II α I LP-N 8070 My dm.0 3 The table indicates standard values.0 6.1 12.3 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .3 2.0 4.0 6.2 2.0 5.0 6.60 40 .0 3.40 25 .4 9.5 14.5 2.0 6. Table 059 d a 722.25 10 .0 4.0 6.0 4.1 2.2 7.25 10 .0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 540 500 500 460 480 400 420 380 380 290 300 220 240 180 180 140 140 100 flame cutting nozzles LP-N Total Total Methane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 1.0 6.100 3 .1 11.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 20.100 3 .II [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.7 12. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 3.5 3 [m /h] ] 6.25 25 .40 40 .7 2.28092.7 12.5 5.60 40 . fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .25 25 .0 5. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 %.10 10 .0 5. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.60 40 .1 2.5 2.100 60 .0 5.4 7.5 2.0 5.0 5.3 2. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.3 2.0 6.5 2.0 6.5 11.5 4.3 2.5 20.004 117 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH .0 4.

4 3.II II -III [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .2 3.8 3.25 25 .28092.4 38.100 100-300 15 0. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 3.6 15.25 10 .60 40 .60 40 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 . LP-N 8070 Mk dm.60 40 .4 24.4 24.100 380 320 360 300 320 280 300 260 300 240 270 220 240 200 200 170 190 120 160 110 140 90 130 80 III 2. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I .3 6.40 25 .4 16.4 21.25 25 .40 40 .0 3 .0 41.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.4 24.2 3.3 19.8 2.40 40 .100 3 .25 10 .4 II I 13.6 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 The table indicates standard values.2 3.7 21.2 3. Table 060 d III α II I a 118 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.60 40 . The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.100 3 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.6 13.60 40 .5 %.60 40 .004 .40 40 .40 25 .2 3.40 25 .60 60-100 60-100 100-300 3 .0 5. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.2 3.10 3 .25 25 .10 10 .60 60-100 60-100 10 .Flame cutting nozzles LP-N Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles LP-N.60 40 .2 3.

3 3.6 13.2 9.5 12.0 3.3 1.9 1.4 7 200-300 8 The table indicates standard values.6 2.7 5.6 3.1 14.5 6.4 4.7 3.8 2.6 5 2.4 11.004 119 .5 5.4 1.7 1.1 29.5 6.5 60-100 3.300 0.5 4.9 3.1 32.0 2.6 5.0 4. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 My ® dm or GRICUT 8281-PMY Mk dm are valid.8 1.2 6.8 3. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 M dm.0 2.0 2.5 4.6 1.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.5 3.7 17.0 2.9 2.5 6.6 1.5 660 630 580 550 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 330 300 310 280 260 260 230 180 180 130 110 5 5 1.5 4.3 2.6 2.100 0.7 29. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.6 1.9 1.5 6 2. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.9 1.7 7.7 2.1 1.1 3.1 2.3 3.5 5.0 6.0 5.0 25-40 PM 3 .5 10-25 3. The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.9 4.7 2.5 5.0 6.6 5 0.0 5. for bevel cuts of 30 ° ® by 25 % approx.7 2.4 100-200 PM 100 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 5.0 0.5 5. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved ° provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.0 3.0 2.0 4.4 0.1 8.8 9..0 2.5 4.4 23.6 8.2 2.5 8.4 15.3 4.4 4.7 10.0 4.5 1.9 1.4 0.0 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 5.5 6.1 5.1 26.0 40-60 3.0 1.5 7.0 5.2 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 4. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.0 3.3 1.3 1.9 1.0 3.5 1.5 14.5 5.1 3.5 %.8 2.4 1.0 25.8 1.5 6.5 1.5 7. With the given cutting speeds.2 4..28092. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating cap Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 2.6 3. Table 061 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.6 4.

5 0.5 5.4 0.0 5. GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 ML dm.0 6.5 12 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.0 6.004 .0 3.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.0 5.0 15 25 25 25 0.5 12 40-60 4.0 3.0 4.0 4. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 M dm.5 3.5 6.5 0.28092.5 4.300 0.5 0.5 6.3 4. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 4.5 5.5 5.5 15 0.5 4.5 4.0 6.5 1 [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 5 5 60-100 3.5 0.5 5.100 3.5 2 6 100-200 PM 100 .5 5.0 5.5 1 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] 25-40 PM 3 . Table 062 d 120 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.3 3. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.0 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4.5 0.0 0.0 5.5 0.5 4. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating cap Methane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.5 2 7 The table indicates standard values.0 4.

I II II α I GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 My dm.0 3.3 12.60 40 .100 3 .II [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.40 40 .0 4.10 10 .100 12 0.60 60 .5 5.40 25 .100 60 .40 25 .2 6.7 19.28092. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.2 3 The table indicates standard values.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.6 8.1 2.25 10 .5 4. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.1 3 [m /h] ] 6.0 4.1 13.1 2.25 25 .8 2.25 10 .3 Heating caps Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .1 2.0 4.60 40 .60 Size 3 .004 121 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH .0 4.0 6.3 11.10 10 .7 11.0 4.0 6.8 1.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .0 3.40 40 .100 3 .0 4.25 10 .6 1.1 2. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.0 6.5 %. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 4.60 40 .0 4.25 25 .0 3. table 063 d a 722.6 6.2 19.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 580 550 550 500 500 450 450 400 400 310 300 250 250 200 200 150 150 100 Total Total Methane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 1.5 3.1 2.

The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.10 10 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.100 3 .40 40 .60 40 .8 20.8 29.0 13.8 29.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.40 40 .2 3.5 %.100 15 0.8 23.II II -III [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .7 2.60 40 .28092.25 25 .60 40 .60 40 .10 3 .25 10 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .0 14. Table 064 d III α II I a 122 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.7 19.0 The table indicates standard values.60 40 .25 25 .9 3.60 60-100 60-100 100-300 3 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 5.40 40 .4 II I 13.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.2 3.004 .2 3.4 3.100 100-300 0.2 3.0 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 420 360 400 360 380 320 360 300 330 260 310 250 250 220 230 180 200 130 170 120 150 90 130 80 III 2.1 20.8 15.40 25 .60 40 .40 25 .3 5.5 41.100 3 .7 2. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.4 37. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .2 3.2 3.8 37.25 25 .4 3 . They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.2 3.60 60-100 60-100 10 .60 40 .25 10 .40 25 . GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 Mk dm.

25 25 .25 10 .9 32. fuel gas methane (natural gas) (valid only for rotating triple-torch assemblies) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .0 4.3 5.2 14.7 2.100 60 .6 18. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.7 36.60 40 .1 26. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.100 60 .2 The table indicates standard values.100 60-100 100-200 60 .40 10 .40 40 .3 3.100 100-300 3 .0 5.5 %.40 40-60 40 .100 40 .28092.0 5.100 100-200 100-200 60 .0 3. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.100 60 .0 5.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99. GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Mkn dm.5 2.0 12.0 4.0 0.0 5.60 3 .1 26.10 3 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 44.25 10-25 25-40 25 .7 2.100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 3 . Table 065 d ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 3.60 60 .7 14.3 37.0 5.7 11.0 5.0 5.0 5.9 2.7 2.7 2.5 3.4 5.100 100-300 100-300 100-300 100-300 100-300 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 3.1 12.0 4.4 18.4 18.7 2.7 41.0 5.2 12.6 26.40 25 .60 3 .100 3 .60 40 .3 2.004 123 .9 3.5 400 300 320 250 300 200 280 180 260 170 240 160 220 150 200 130 180 110 160 90 140 70 110 60 2.9 2.9 2.100 3 .7 2.3 32.0 0.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Clearance Torch I .6 18.60 40 .10 10 .0 5.5 37.0 5. The nozzle clearance of torches I and III is 2 to 5 mm.9 2.7 2.60 60 .II II -III [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.25 10-25 25-40 25 .0 4.9 2.0 5.9 2.9 2.100 100-200 60 . They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.40 25 .100 3 .7 32.7 2.9 2.7 10.7 2.100 40 .0 5. The center torch II is to be adjusted 15 mm higher than the torches I and III.8 18.3 26.

0 1. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.5 6.8 20.0 6.15 12 .8 5.60 3.0 4.5 2.9 5.8 1.5 1.7 0.7 1.4 10.0 3.5 7.5 8.6 2.0 1.6 7.1 3.10 6-10 8 .5 1230-PMYF 60 . With the given cutting speeds.0 24.0 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 %.0 5.5 1280-PMYF 5 .004 .5 3..5 8.2 2.5 1.6 9.1 2.9 16.5 2.5 2.9 30.0 7.2 4.0 1.4 2.10 5 .6 17.5 6.100 1280-PMYF 100 .5 17.0 7.5 1.5 3.10 1.0 1. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PmYF 8051 My dm or GRICUT®1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 Mk dm are valid.3 5.15 1.6 1.2 5.7 0.0 6.5 780 740 720 700 650 600 670 650 630 590 560 560 510 460 460 440 420 400 400 360 340 340 300 270 270 230 180 180 130 130 110 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .5 3.5 3.200 200 .5 1.9 2.5 5.40 3.0 5.3 2.3 15.5 8.5 6.9 2. The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 6.5 24.7 1230-PMYF 40 .10 5 .3 11.2 4.0 4.8 1.8 1.3 9.6 4.7 1.8 4.5 4.5 8.2 1.0 1.2 6.0 7.9 2.5 5.5 9.5 6.8 4.7 1.5 5.3 2.100 0.5 2. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.300 0.0 6.5 4.2 18.0 22.1 1.0 1.0 2.4 1.0 6.5 1.2 2.5 7. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230/1280-PMYF.5 3.2 3.0 1.0 2.8 3. GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 M dm.0 4.9 0. Table 066 d 124 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.7 3.0 5.12 12 .9 0.0 2.5 7.0 1.9 1.6 3.0 1.9 4.1 2.15 1230-PMYF 10 .2 1.5 2.9 1.4 28.9 6.28092.7 2.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.3 4.1 1.1 1.3 1.7 0.0 0.0 2.4 3. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.0 6.3 14.5 3.7 2.3 1.25 1230-PMYF 3 . fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 7 8 10 12 15 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 1230-PMYF 3 .6 13.9 2.250 250 .2 1.0 1. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.6 0.7 0..5 3.5 1.5 2.5 7.5 22.0 6.7 1230-PMYF 25 . cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .5 6.1 1.7 3.5 3.6 2.5 7.5 1.300 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 100 .7 1.6 7.1 3.1 12.3 2.9 3.8 0.10 0.0 1230-PMYF 7 .8 2.

10 5 .5 8.5 1230-PMYF 25 .12 The table indicates standard values.10 5 .5 2 6-10 60 .5 7.5 8.5 0.0 12 4.5 7.0 30 0.0 20 0.0 4.5 6.0 6.200 1280-PMYF 100 .0 7. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 M dm.0 4.0 20 1.5 7. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 7 10 15 15 20 25 25 30 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle Methane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.0 6.10 1230-PMYF 15 .0 7.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1230-PMYF Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.0 20 5 .0 6.28092.0 6.5 7.100 0.5 2 8 .5 12 4.100 1280-PMYF 100 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 7.0 15 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 5.5 8. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system. GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 ML dm.5 1.5 1.300 0.0 7.0 12 4.15 [mm/min] ] 670 630 560 560 510 460 460 440 400 400 360 340 340 320 300 280 270 270 250 240 [mm] ] 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance Size 1230-PMYF Size [bar] ] 7 .3 4.10 1230-PMYF 3.5 1 1 2 2 1230-PMYF 3.40 40 .25 3.0 7.0 1.5 1.004 125 .2 3.60 1230-PMYF 3 .0 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 3.5 6.5 5.0 7.0 4. Table 067 d ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.

2 8.II [mm] ] 25 15 25 12 20 10 20 10 20 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.7 14.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 7. I II II α I a GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8051 My dm.100 3 .9 8.25 25-40 25 . Table 068 d ® 126 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 4. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.3 The table indicates standard values.40 40 .15 7 .60 Size 3 .7 10.0 6.15 15 .40 40 .8 6.15 7 .60 60 . They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.4 13.3 5.0 6.100 3 .15 10 .40 25 .7 8.60 40 .28092.25 25 .60 40 .10 3 .0 7. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.1 3 [m /h] ] 5.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.5 3 2.7 2.100 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .7 13.25 15 .10 7 .004 .25 15 .60 40 .5 2.0 7.0 5.7 1.8 18.0 11. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.5 %.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 620 570 570 500 520 460 490 420 430 350 360 290 300 230 240 180 190 120 Total Total Methane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 1. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .0 0.0 7.10 7 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 6.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF.0 7.

40 40 .8 3.1 33.25 15 .8 4.6 3.4 20.8 3.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .100 3 .40 25 .0 3.3 3.25 25 .8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 3.100 15 0.6 3.60 40 .1 31.8 17. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.100 3 .004 127 .15 7 .0 60-100 60-100 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 0.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .6 3.100 3 .9 25.25 15 .3 5.15 15 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.3 3. GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 8051 Mk dm.7 40.15 15 .4 20. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.1 29.25 25 .40 40 .0 460 400 440 400 400 380 380 340 350 300 330 290 290 270 250 220 220 170 180 140 160 120 130 100 III II 3.28092.60 40-60 60-100 60-100 7 .60 40 .10 7 .1 37. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .15 15 .60 40 . The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.5 3.3 3.4 6.3 I 11.0 6.6 3.60 40 .25 25 .9 12. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.3 13.5 29.60 40 .40 40 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1230-PMYF Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.0 7.100 3 .1 33.8 21.60 40 .5 %.4 20. Table 069 d III α II I a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.100 3 .1 29.

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Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles
Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Methane consumption
3 ] [m /h]

Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF, fuel gas methane (natural gas)
Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating cap Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ]

3 4 5 6 7 7 8 10 12 15 25 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300

3-7

1,0 1,5 1,5 2,0 2,0 2,5

10-25

15-25

3 - 100

0,2

2,5

25-40

2,5 2,5

40-60 160 - 100 100-200 200-250 250-300 100 - 300 0,3

2,5 4,5 5,0 5,0

1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0 5,0 6,0 6,5 7,0 7,5 5,5 6,5 7,0 5,5 6,0 6,5 7,0 6,0 6,5 7,5 6,0 7,0 8,5 7,5 8,5 9,5 6,5 8,5 6,5 8,5

780 740 720 700 650 670 650 630 590 560 560 510 460 460 440 420 400 400 360 340 340 300 270 270 230 180 180 130 130 110

2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 - 10 5 - 10 5 - 10

5 - 10 6-10 8 - 12 12 - 15 12 - 15

0,8 0,9 1,2 1,5 1,6 1,6 1,6 1,8 1,9 1,9 2,0 2,1 2,3 2,3 2,4 2,5 2,6 2,8 2,8 2,9 3,4 3,4 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,8 4,0 4,5 5,0 6,0

0,63 0,78 0,78 0,94 0,94 1,09

1,00 1,25 1,25 1,50 1,50 1,75

1,09

1,75

1,09

1,75

1,09 1,09 1,72 1,88 1,88

1,75 1,75 2,75 3,00 3,00

0,35 0,50 0,68 0,86 1,02 1,80 2,10 2,24 2,40 2,40 3,00 3,50 3,75 3,50 3,80 4,10 4,30 5,00 5,40 6,10 9,50 11,00 13,00 12,70 14,20 15,60 16,80 21,00 21,00 26,80

1,35 1,75 1,93 2,36 2,52 3,55 3,85 3,99 4,15 4,15 4,75 5,25 5,50 5,25 5,55 5,85 6,05 6,75 7,15 7,85 11,25 12,75 14,75 14,45 15,95 17,35 18,55 22,75 22,75 28,55

The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 %. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. With the given cutting speeds, cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved - provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx., for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx., for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8072 My dm or GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8072 Mk dm are valid. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. The consumption data indicated in m3 /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343. GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8072 M dm, Table 070 d

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Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF, fuel gas methane (natural gas)
Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 7 10 15 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating cap Methane pressure Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2,5 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4,5 12 Cutting Oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 5,0 6,5 7,0 5,5 6,5 7,0 5,5 6,0 6,5 7,0 6,0 6,5 7,5 6,0 6,5 7,0 8,0 8,5 7,5 8,0 8,5 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance

Size 7-15

Size

[bar] ]

[mm/min] ] 670 630 560 560 510 460 460 440 420 400 400 360 340 340 320 300 285 270 270 250 240

[mm] ] 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 - 10 5 - 10 5 - 10

15-25

2,5

4,5

12

0,5

0,5

25-40

3 - 100

0,2

2,5

4,5

12

0,5

1

40-60

2,5

4,5

15

0,5

1

5 - 10

60-100

2,5

4,5

15

0,5

2

6-10

100-200

100 - 300

0,3

4,5

6,5

25

0,5

2

8 - 12

The table indicates standard values. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8072 M dm.

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Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF, fuel gas methane (natural gas)
Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size 7 - 15 7 - 15 7 - 15 15 - 25 15 - 25 25 - 40 25 - 40 40-60 40 - 60 7 - 15 15 - 25 15 - 25 15 - 25 25 - 40 25 - 40 40 - 60 40 – 60 60-100 60 - 100 3 - 100 3 - 100 15 0,3 Heating caps Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I - II [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3,0 4,0 3,0 4,0 4,0 5,0 4,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 5,0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 6,0 6,0 6,0 6,0 6,5 7,0 5,0 6,5 7,0 6,0 7,0 7,5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 485 350 470 340 440 320 350 300 320 270 300 250 290 230 270 200 250 190 Total Total Methane oxygen consumption consumption 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] ] ] 2,2 2,5 2,2 2,5 2,5 2,8 2,5 2,8 2,8 2,8 2,8 2,8 2,8 7,7 8,2 8,9 9.4 9,4 9,9 10,5 11,0 12,0 13,0 13,3 14,0 16,0 19,0 21,3 22,2

The table indicates standard values. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 %. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.

I II

II

α

I

a
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0 33.25 25 . Table 073 d ® III α II I a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 44.100 100-300 3 .8 3.0 0.100 40 .4 3.60 60 .0 36. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7-15 15-25 15 .100 40 .8 14. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.8 30.0 7.100 3 .0 7.25 15 .6 45.0 7.100 40 .6 16.8 3.40 40 .40 40 .100 60 .0 6.7 II I 11.7 4.100 60-100 100-200 60 .100 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .0 6.25 25-40 25 .0 6.1 14.4 3. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.7 33.0 6.28092.5 40 .15 7-15 15-25 15-25 25-40 25 . GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8072 Mk dm.8 3.8 4.100 100-200 3 . They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.6 14.8 4.100 60-100 100-200 60 .8 3.7 4.40 7-15 15-25 15 .8 36.8 39.3 4.5 42.3 18.0 6.60 15 3 .5 7. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.7 3.60 60 .100 3 .5 18.60 60 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8280-PMYF Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.004 131 .7 3.0 7.100 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .40 40 .0 4.100 0.5 %.5 42.0 6.8 3.8 4.8 21.8 17.100 60 .60 25 .60 7 .4 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .6 The table indicates standard values.60 60 .15 7 .5 7.100 3 .100 3 .100 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 410 310 340 290 310 260 290 240 280 220 260 190 240 180 210 150 200 150 180 140 160 140 140 100 III 3.4 17.100 100-300 3 .8 3.0 8. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 5.4 4.5 44.0 39.0 7.0 7.5 7.0 21.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 8.100 100-300 5.0 6.0 7.0 5.40 25 .

6 14.100 100-300 3 .0 4.60 60 .40 40 .5 42. Table 074 d 132 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.4 17.4 3.5 44.28092.25 15 .8 3.100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 4.25 25 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 30.5 12.100 40 .0 39.8 3.0 7.3 7.5 0.6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.60 40 .0 8.100 3 .100 40 . The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 7.0 7.0 7.15 15 .8 3.60 60 .0 7.25 15 .5 35. The heating flames of the torches II and III are to be set to half the heating oxygen pressures stated in the table.4 4.100 100-200 60 .0 5.7 6.0 6.100 100-200 3 .0 15.6 8.8 24.0 7.1 14. GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8072 Mkn em.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.60 7 .0 6.6 10.3 18. The nozzle clearance of torches I and III is 2 to 5 mm.0 5.5 33.15 15 .0 6.0 6.25 25 .0 6.5 42.1 11.100 100-300 3 .8 29.4 11.0 8.2 27.100 3 .100 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .7 3.60 40 .60 7 .25 15 .3 8.7 33.0 21.8 3.15 15 .100 60-100 100-200 60 .7 4. The center torch II is to be adjusted 15 mm higher than the torches I and III.8 3.40 40 .40 40 .5 7.100 60 .0 6.60 3 . From 50 mm workpiece thickness and a bevel angle of 45° only torch II is to be throttled.004 .100 100-300 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .100 40 .100 3 .100 60 .100 60 .25 25 .8 30.6 16.5 44.5 7.4 3.100 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .8 31.5 18.8 15.15 7 .0 0.5 5.1 38.40 25 .8 4.7 4.6 45.0 27.100 60 .8 3.0 7.3 12.5 %.II II -III [mm] ] Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total methane consumption ] [m3/h] Total Cutting oxygen consumpti on[m3/h] ] [ Total oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .15 7 .60 60 .8 17.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.8 11.40 25 .8 21.5 37.4 420 300 330 280 300 250 280 230 270 210 250 180 230 170 200 140 190 140 170 130 150 130 130 90 3. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 35.8 4.0 37.25 15 .0 33.8 4.100 40 .0 36.7 3.8 39.100 3 .60 60 . fuel gas methane (natural gas) (valid only for rotating triple-torch assemblies) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating caps Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I .0 6.8 14.8 36.

5 5.0 200 .0 10. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.5 9.28092. Table 075 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.500 200 .0 64.0 72. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.12 10. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.5 7 . fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 250 Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMYF ® Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 0.0 57.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF.0 11.4 4.0 6.5 78. With the given cutting speeds cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved . GRICUT® 8281-PMYF 9088 M dm.0 8.15 13.5 93.5 11.0 43 48 55 61 67 74 80 52.0 11 .0 160 145 130 120 110 105 100 15 6-8 6.500 0.0 12.5 78.3 20 9 .0 0. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 %.5 The table indicates standard values.0 9.0 7.10 8.004 133 .3 3.

3 16.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.93 2.0 7.0 5.4 9.600 450 .2 44.30 4. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Methane consumption [m3/h] ] Heating oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 100 .11 4.5 6.0 10.52 3.30 5.0 4.0 240 200 170 140 120 140 120 100 70 120 100 80 60 30 5 7 8 9 10 10 15 20 20 20 20 25 25 1.0 1.450 300 .5 5. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.22 12.4 66. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.33 1.44 11.0 71.0 3.1 115. GRICUT® 5281-PMY 9088 M dm. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.600 1.8 60.6 101.3 133.4 4.0 6.4 35. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 5.5 6.5 The table indicates standard values.5 %.0 3.5 5.6 14.5 21 21 26 31 39 49 53 57 61 87 100 117 145 22.8 5. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .5 16.0 9.48 6.33 12.6 29. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 450 .22 1.0 6.67 7.0 6.6 3.1 15.7 0.0 5.0 5.5 2. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.8 54.0 3.450 0.8 23. With the given cutting speeds.8 7.8 2.0 6.5 161.0 3.5 1.0 6.5 1.0 4.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.2 5.004 .0 5.300 100 .28092. Table 076 d 134 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMYF.85 10.

3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.8 83.0 8. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.0 9.0 8.5 9.3 55.0 35.004 135 .6 79.5 8.0 14.0 8.1 0.3 59.9 9.450 100 .7 4.3 31.5 0.2 65. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 71. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting Speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 5281-PMY Methane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 100 .2 The table indicates standard values.0 8. GRICUT® 8480-PMYF 9029 M dm.8 83.2 79.0 8.3 58.5 8. With the given cutting speeds.6 75.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF.7 0.6 52.600 1.7 38.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.6 32.0 32.5 9.3 38.5 8. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.2 62.5 8.5 5.7 29.0 320 260 200 180 150 150 130 120 110 110 90 80 60 110 3.2 62.3 55. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.7 6.300 0.6 75. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. Table 077 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.7 300 .5 8.5 35. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.3 29.5 11.6 450 .5 9.8 87. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .28092.600 1.0 8.0 36.5 %.

40 0. With the given cutting speeds.5 10.14 12 . Table 078 d 136 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.12 11 .0 10.2 50 .8 8.5 8. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 13.30 0.5 8.28092.5 7.30 0. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 360 320 260 200 170 150 150 130 110 100 90 75 60 Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 5-7 5-7 7-8 7-8 8 . cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .20 0. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 50 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 Cutting nozzle Size Methane pressure [bar] ] 0.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF.11076 50 .0 8.300 0.0 9.12 10 .5 Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 32 38 41 43 46 49 60 63 68 72 76 80 83 Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 35 41 44 46 49 52 64 67 72 76 80 84 87 The table indicates standard values. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.0 11.25 0.13 12 .20 0.10 10 . Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.5 7. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 6.0 7.0 10.50 Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 5.0 7.12 10 .5 9.5 8.15 0.0 15.0 3 ® 716. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.75 300 .0 6.0 7.0 11.11077 0.5 %.25 0.10 8 .004 .0 13. GRICUT® 300/600-PMYF 9088 M dm.8 10.13 11 .25 0.25 0.0 10.40 0.15 0.14 Methane consumption [m /h] ] 7.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.600 716.

01090 6.225 552.004 137 .1 19. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.44 C [%] ] 0.40 12 1.4 2.6 3.5 10 .2 4. 0.04 Chemical analysis Mn P S [%] ] [%] ] [%] ] 0.300 552.12 The table indicates standard values based on the use of oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.004) Powder analysis No. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 Apparent density 2 [g/cm ] 2. Table 079 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.6 45.12 17 1.015 H2-loss [%] ] 0.5 5. fuel gas methane (natural gas) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Powder sleeve Size Methane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 300/600-PMYF Methane consumption ] [m3/h] Heating oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Cutting oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Total oxygen consumption ] [m3/ h] Powder consumption [kg/h] 125 150 175 175 200 225 225 250 275 300 125 ./50g] ] [sec.03 Si [%] ] 0.0 6.01050 4.01060 703.28092.6 10 .5 13.5 175 .04032 225 .8 2. Satisfactory powder cuts can only be achieved with clean and undamaged cutting nozzles and powder sleeves.4 21./100g] ] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] ] ] ] ] ] ] ] 14. kg 06/276 2000 >400 Flow behaviour Filling volume Powder screen analysis [µm] ] >315 >200 >160 >100 > 63 > 40 < 40 [sec.3 41.5 4.5 % and flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT→.175 552.1 1.6 5.5 8 .197 0.014 0. Specification of flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT (art. no.8 9.2 27.4 39.0 120 110 100 80 75 70 60 50 40 40 9 30 .0 29.3 42.75 5.7 Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY 9088 M dm.300 0.3 44.462.24 [%] ] 3.3 1.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for powder machine cutting nozzles AC 41-PMY.10 10 .

93 1.6 14.0 4.78 0.PL-RC flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.9 25.1 100-200 YF 100 .1 3.0 2.5 7. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size MAPP® gas pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] MAPP® gas consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 0.300 0.5 6.5 6.2 1.0 32..6 5.5 5.5 3.7 2. Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 5.8 9.0 4.1 2.9 2.100 0.5 7 200-300 8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.6 16.6 1.9 4.0 5.8 0.0 4.0 5.0 5.0 2.9 1.8 1.0 3.5 5.0 0.0 6.5 6.4 4.3 1.6 13.5 6.5 5.4 1.7 2.3 4.5 3.0 4.004 .8 1.0 1.5 9. for bevel cuts of 30 by 25 % approx.0 6.5 1.63 0.0 4.0 2.23 0.5 14.8 3.6 3.4 1.9 4. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.8 0. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables PL-RC 7118 Yy dm or PL-RC 7118 Yk dm are valid.5 5.0 4.1 29.1 5.3 1.3 5.3 3.5 5.33 0.0 2.7 3.0 2.0 3.0 2.8 3.4 2.5 12.56 0.26 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 8.0 3.3 5.6 40-60 2.4 23.3 4.23 0.63 0.9 0.1 2.3 15.7 1.5 6.0 0.1 3.28092.4 2.8 0.6 29.1 26.48 0.5 1.5 %. Table 080 d 138 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.9 1.4 10-25 YF 3 .4 60-100 2.1 2.7 3. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved ° provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.26 0. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. PL-RC 8072 Y dm.9 2.0 4.3 1.1 8.26 0.0 5 25-40 4.. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.7 3.0 4.5 8.2 9.0 2. With the given cutting speeds.9 10.2 0.0 800 700 630 600 600 550 500 450 450 420 400 380 380 370 340 340 320 290 290 230 180 180 150 110 6 1. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.1 1.5 4.

Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.0 25 7 The table indicates standard values.0 6.5 1 40-60 3.0 6.5 0. fuel gas MAPP gas Work piece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle MAPP gas pressure ® Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC ® Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 3.0 60-100 2.28092.5 5.0 5. Table 081 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 0.0 3.5 0.0 0.004 139 . Operating data: Table PL-RC 8072 Y dm.0 2.5 5.5 6. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 12 6 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 4.0 5.5 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 0.0 4. PL-RC 8096 YL dm.300 0.5 5.5 6.0 25-40 YF 3 .5 2 100-200 YF 100 .3 4.2 1.0 5.5 0.0 4.100 10 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.5 5.3 4.0 2.5 0.0 4.5 4.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.

004 140 .5 11.4 3 The table indicates standard values. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 2.4 18.100 60 .100 12 0.25 10 .60 Size 3 .60 40 .10 10 .63 0. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled. fuel gas MAPP gas Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .0 6.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 3.6 7.5 5.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 600 570 570 520 520 470 470 420 420 330 330 270 270 220 220 170 170 120 Total Total ® MAPP gas oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.0 4.0 3.5 10.40 25 .80 0.0 2.0 6.80 0.80 3 [m /h] ] 5.25 25 .6 5.0 3. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. Table 082 d a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.60 60 .0 3.25 10 .3 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .60 40 .63 0.25 25 .0 3.5 4. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.9 10.40 40 – 60 40 .25 10 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.40 40 .28092.80 0.80 0.40 25 .0 3.PL-RC flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.3 12.0 4.0 3.0 3.9 18.II [mm] ] MAPP gas pressure [bar] ] ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.5 %.80 0.100 YF 3 .6 5.100 YF 3 .63 0.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3. I II II α I PL-RC 7118 Yy dm.10 10 .0 6.

0 4.40 40 .28 1.0 5.4 4.100 100-300 YF YF YF 100-300 100-300 100-300 YF 3 .10 3 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.8 22.60 40 .60 40 .40 25 .100 YF 3 .25 10 .8 19.0 5.28 1.18 1.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 5.60 40 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.7 18. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.0 4.60 60-100 60-100 10 .95 1.28 1.25 25 .8 14.28092.0 4.5 %.0 39.8 28.0 4.100 15 0.25 10 .0 5.0 4.8 36.1 19.60 60-100 60-100 YF YF YF 100-300 3 .10 10 .0 4.28 1.28 1.II II -III [mm] ] MAPP® gas pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total MAPP®gas consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption m3/h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .40 40 .0 13.60 40 .004 141 .0 5.6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 5.0 4.25 25 . Table 083 d III α II I a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-200 440 380 420 380 400 340 380 320 350 280 320 270 270 250 240 200 210 150 180 130 160 110 130 90 III 0.8 28.40 25 .28 1.28 1.0 4.6 12.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.0 4.28 1.40 25 .60 40 .100 YF 3 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .25 25 .0 5. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 5.06 1.0 5.0 5.0 5.3 3.60 40 .0 5. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I . PL-RC 7118 Yk dm.40 40 .28 II I 11.0 0.60 40 .0 4.

for bevel cuts of 30 ° ® by 25 % approx.1 2.004 .8 1.4 1.9 32.6 5.3 4.0 4..300 0.6 2.3 2.3 1.5 5.5 10. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.5 6.5 6.4 23.0 4.2 5 0.7 2.5 16.2 10.5 3.38 0.0 4.2 1.5 12.0 40-60 2.1 29.7 3.0 6.2 1. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.8 4.5 4.0 2.0 5.4 0.0 2.4 4.3 2.0 4.0 2.2 4.2 5 2.5 14.6 13.2 1.3 6.5 800 700 630 600 600 550 500 450 450 420 400 380 380 370 340 340 320 290 290 230 180 180 150 110 5 5 1.19 1.34 1.5 4.9 14.0 3.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.7 2.89 1.0 4.0 3.4 2.0 2.8 9.29 0.3 2.2 100-200 YF 100 . With the given cutting speeds.8 25. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved ° provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.5 7.0 2.9 3.5 8.0 Y 3 .0 1.34 0.59 0.0 5.8 3.29 0.5 2.0 5.5 5.0 7.2 0.0 5. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 5.4 1.0 6.6 1.0 2.4 2.1 26. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating cap Size MAPP® gas pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] ® ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] MAPP® gas consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 1.28092.3 60-100 2.0 1.2 3.5 %.4 1.9 2.5 1.1 5.5 4.9 2. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Yy ® dm or GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Yk dm are valid.1 3.100 10-25 25-40 0.5 6.7 1.8 6.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 Y dm.04 1.8 9.0 6 2.89 0.74 0.6 8.0 5.34 1.9 1.0 5. Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.3 4.5 6.0 0.. Table 084 d 142 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 2.34 0. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.5 3.2 15.5 28.0 2.4 7 200-300 8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 3.6 2.0 4.5 1.0 2.0 3.8 3.6 5.34 1.3 1.1 8.3 2.5 5.

0 4.0 5.0 5.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.0 5.5 2 7 The table indicates standard values.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.5 0.5 4.5 5.5 0.0 5.0 4. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 0.5 12 0.0 4.28092.0 6.5 2 6 100-200 Y 100 .5 5.0 4.4 3.5 0.5 5.3 4.5 1 [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 5 5 60-100 2.0 3.300 0.0 25 25 25 0. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 5.0 4.5 6.5 0. Table 085 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 0.0 5.3 2. fuel gas Mapp gas Work piece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating cap MAPP gas pressure ® Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.5 6.0 6.0 12 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.0 6.100 2.0 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Y dm.0 0.0 10 25-40 Y 3 .0 10 40-60 4.0 3.5 1 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance 0.004 143 . GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 YL dm.5 4.5 4.

5 10.60 Size 3 .40 25 .0 6.0 4. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.60 40 .0 2.25 10 .10 10 .100 60 .0 3.25 10 .5 %.0 3.9 10.80 0. fuel gas MAPP gas Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .25 10 .3 12.63 0. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 3.10 10 .40 40 .63 0.0 6.63 0. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.6 5.25 25 .004 . Table 086 d a 144 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 5.100 Y 3 .100 12 0.0 3.80 0.5 11.0 3.80 0.0 3.9 18.60 40 .0 6.6 5.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 600 570 570 520 520 470 470 420 420 330 330 270 270 220 220 170 170 120 Total Total ® oxygen MAPP gas consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.60 40 .25 25 .80 0.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.100 Y 3 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 4.5 4.60 60 . I II II α I GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 Yy dm.80 3 [m /h] ] 5.4 18.4 3 The table indicates standard values.28092.0 3.40 40 .6 7.0 3.II [mm] ] MAPP gas pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.80 0.40 25 . The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.3 Heating caps Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .0 2.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.

Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.25 25 .8 19.10 3 . GRICUT® 8281-PMY 8043 Yk dm.25 25 .5 %.0 5.0 13.100 Y 3 .40 25 .60 60-100 60-100 Y Y Y 100-300 3 .II II -III [mm] ] MAPP® gas pressure [bar] ] ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total MAPP ® gas consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .60 40 .28092. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .25 10 .95 1. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-200 440 380 420 380 400 340 380 320 350 280 320 270 270 250 240 200 210 150 180 130 160 110 130 90 III 0.100 Y 3 . Table 087 d II I III α II I a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.60 40 .60 40 .60 40 .4 Y 3 .60 60-100 60-100 10 .10 10 .25 10 .40 25 .8 36.004 145 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .40 40 .40 25 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.60 40 .6 12.32 22.25 25 .1 19.40 40 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.18 11.40 40 .3 4.60 40 .0 39.8 28. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 5.7 18.6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.8 28.06 1.60 40 .100 100-300 Y Y Y 100-300 100-300 100-300 0.8 14.100 15 0.8 1.

0 4.5 3.100 60-100 100-200 60 . Table 088 d ® II α I a α III 146 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.3 0.60 40 .10 10 .5 3.03 1.28092.40 25 .0 4.8 17.100 100-200 60 .0 5.0 5.20 1.9 10.03 1.5 31.20 1.20 1.100 60 .0 4.5 4.20 1.40 10 .20 1.100 60 .II II –III [mm] ] MAPP® gas pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total MAPP ® gas consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .5 35.0 5. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 5. GRICUT 8281-PMY 8043 Ykn dm.5 4.5 3.5 4.25 25 .100 60 .25 10 .5 3.5 III 420 330 350 300 350 250 300 230 280 210 260 190 240 170 220 150 200 130 180 110 160 90 140 80 II 0.03 1.5 3.5 %.25 25-40 25 .1 31.004 .9 13.0 4.0 5.100 100-200 Y Y 100-300 3 .5 43.0 5.20 1.25 10 .60 60 .4 13.8 17.0 4.03 1.5 3.7 35.0 5.100 Y Y 100-200 60 .60 40 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 4.6 17.0 4.9 32.0 5.0 4.10 3 .100 Y 3 .0 2.03 1.20 1.100 40 .60 40 .40 40 .5 4.54 I 9.60 3 .100 100-200 100-300 3 .3 25.0 11.8 17. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.3 25.5 3.5 2. The nozzle clearance of torches I and III is 2 to 5 mm.0 4.0 4.0 4.40 25 .2 11.03 1.60 60 .100 Y Y 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 3 .9 35.09 1.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.25 25-40 25 .5 4.5 3.0 5.20 1.100 Y 3 .25 10 .5 25.60 Y 3 .03 1.6 17.100 40 .0 5. The center torch II is to be adjusted 15 mm higher than the torches I and III.40 40-60 40 .7 40.8 25.4 2.0 5. fuel gas MAPP gas (valid only for rotating triple-torch assemblies) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.91 0. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.03 1.14 1.100 100-300 Y 100-300 Y 100-300 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 0.03 1.1 11.20 1.97 1.2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 3.

5 6.60 3.31 1.50 0.5 5.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.4 3.31 0.50 0.5 4.10 5 . GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 8038 Y dm.0 6.5 1.15 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.90 4.5 1.5 2.0 2.300 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 100 .13 2.5 3.4 28.95 0.9 2.2 1.9 2.6 13.0 7.15 12 .6 0.200 200 .0 2.8 1.9 1.5 3.0 1280-PMYF 1230-PMYF 60 . for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.6 1.2 4.9 0.30 3.6 7.10 5 .0 1230-PMYF 40 .40 5.60 5.5 9.90 5.250 250 .76 0.10 3..60 5.5 2.31 0.10 1.07 16.14 0. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.76 0..8 4.95 24.95 1.0 22.3 2.56 1. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.50 11. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 4.10 1.0 1.20 4.67 18.5 7.3 2.26 0.3 1.0 6.5 2.12 12 .0 1230-PMYF 7 .10 0.3 4.6 4.6 9.5 6.0 4.70 10.5 22. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 8038 Yy dm or GRICUT®1230-/1280-PMYF 8038 Yk dm are valid.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.00 3.10 0.5 8.15 0.55 1.8 2.100 2.10 0.300 0.5 4.100 1280-PMYF 100 .0 1.4 2.0 7.26 0.5 5.3 14.9 16.0 1.28092.7 2.5 6.8 4.10 0.5 8.0 6.31 1.5 1.0 1.90 3.93 0.40 2.0 1.0 0.5 1.55 0.21 0.10 5 .1 1.0 6.5 6.70 15.77 1.25 1230-PMYF 0.5 8.5 8.7 1.5 780 820 780 750 735 680 700 680 660 620 590 590 535 480 480 460 440 420 420 380 360 360 315 280 280 240 190 190 135 135 115 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .13 2.5 %.2 2.004 147 .5 7.26 0.8 1.0 2.93 0.5 6.31 0.60 2.9 5.5 17.5 7.5 3.3 4.4 10. Table 089 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .70 8.0 5.10 1.27 19.2 3 .00 6.5 7.93 1.8 1.2 1.0 7.0 2. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 5.45 23.1 3.21 0.5 3.10 6-10 8 .2 1.35 30.40 3.5 3.15 1230-PMYF 10 .provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.5 1.9 3.5 2. With the given cutting speeds.6 2.2 2.5 7.8 3. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size MAPP ® gas pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1230-PMYF MAPP® gas consumption [bar] ] Heating oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 7 8 10 12 15 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 1230-PMYF 3 .0 6.76 2.9 2.30 6.53 3.0 5.6 2.0 1230-PMYF 25 .1 2.

5 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance [mm/min] ] 670 630 560 560 510 460 460 440 400 400 360 340 340 320 300 280 270 270 250 240 [mm] ] 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .5 8.5 7.5 8.0 12 1230-PMYF 1230-PMYF 3 .40 40 .0 4.100 0. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 8.200 1280-PMYF 100 .0 6.5 0. GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 8038 YL dm. fuel gas MAPP gas Work piece thickness [mm] ] 7 10 15 15 20 25 25 30 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle MAPP gas pressure ® Size 1230-PMYF Size [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.5 0.60 2.28092.0 4.0 4.5 2 8 .5 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 6.5 6.0 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4.0 4.0 6.0 7.300 0.0 7.0 20 0.0 6.5 6.0 7.0 15 5 .0 7.004 .5 0.5 0.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.5 7. Table 090 d 148 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 25 0.5 7.0 7.5 1 1 2 2 1230-PMYF 2.10 5 .10 5 .5 0.5 7.5 2 6-10 1280-PMYF 100 .5 5.0 10 7 .2 2.3 4.0 6.5 0.10 1230-PMYF 60 .10 1230-PMYF 15 .0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.25 25 .12 The table indicates standard values. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF 8038 Y dm.100 2.15 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 5.0 15 0.5 0.

2 1. Table 091 d ® Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.100 3 .2 1.0 7.28092.1 9.7 11. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.1 1.0 21. I II II α I a GRICUT 1230-PMYF 8038 Yy dm.60 40 .0 7.5 4.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.40 25 .0 4.5 3 .0 6.2 1.0 4.5 8.2 1.0 2.5 13.0 6.25 15 .5 4.100 15 0.0 7.004 149 .15 15 .2 12.0 5.2 3 [m /h] ] 7.0 1. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.60 Size 7 .25 15 .25 25 .0 6.15 7 .40 25 .5 %.15 7 .1 1.3 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .2 1.0 6.II [mm] ] MAPP gas pressure [bar] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1230-PMYF ® ® Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.7 18.0 1.2 10.7 21.1 1. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.7 12.7 15.1 9.6 10.40 40 .0 7.0 4.0 6.5 4.100 4. fuel gas MAPP gas Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 7 .8 1.5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 530 400 515 390 480 370 420 350 390 320 350 280 320 240 310 220 280 200 Total Total ® MAPP gas oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.25 25 .8 3 The table indicates standard values.60 60 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF.5 7.1 1.40 40-60 40 .15 15 .5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 6.100 60 .2 1. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.0 7.15 15 .6 9.

0 6.7 21.6 14.15 15 .7 2.0 4.0 7.2 44.8 14.2 42. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] MAPP® gas pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygenPressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total MAPP ®gas Consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .100 100-300 100-300 3 .0 1.0 8.0 7.0 4.5 7.40 25 .0 7.0 8.5 36.0 7.5 38.15 7 .25 15 .7 33.5 29. GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 8038 Yk dm.60 40 .5 38.7 1.100 100-300 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .2 1.0 1.7 1. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.5 6.100 100-300 100-300 100-200 470 360 410 350 380 310 340 270 310 230 300 210 270 190 250 170 220 160 190 160 170 150 150 110 III II 1.0 45.0 6.1 18.25 40-60 25 .0 1.7 1.5 60-100 100-200 60-100 60-100 100-200 60-100 100-200 3 .1 I 10.15 15 .7 1. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.100 3 .3 16.5 1. Table 092 d III α II I a 150 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.7 2.40 40 .2 33.7 1.5 7.0 7.5 17.7 2.2 41.0 7.100 3 .5 4.2 20.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.40 25 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.100 15 0.40 40 .60 60-100 7 .60 40 .100 3 .3 4.3 13.100 100-300 3 .25 25 .0 18.0 7.15 7 .004 .25 25 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .25 15 .5 36.15 15 .1 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 6.0 6.5 4.7 1. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.60 40 -60 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 7 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 44.5 %.28092.25 15 .60 40 .1 2.0 5.40 40 .0 7.0 18.8 2.

5 7.5 1.24 2.60 16.50 3.6 1.0 1.. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .40 6.100 100-200 200-250 250-300 100 .12 0.10 4.10 0.5 7.68 2.90 7.0 6.71 2.00 12.40 3.50 1.9 1.55 40-60 160 .0 6-10 8 .5 8.60 5.0 7.20 16.5 780 740 720 700 650 670 650 630 590 560 560 510 460 460 440 420 400 400 360 340 340 300 270 270 230 180 180 130 130 110 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .00 1.50 15.0 5.10 19.60 11.0 6.8 0.75 29.4 3.5 5.5 1.0 2.22 3.80 4.50 5.60 3.10 9.0 2.79 2.0 7.5 %.00 12.0 0.4 3.00 21.0 6.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.50 14.5 6.20 1.80 1.8 4.6 4.0 5. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating cap Size MAPP®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8280-PMYF MAPP®consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 4 5 6 7 7 8 10 12 15 25 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 3-7 0.0 8.50 11.3 2.0 3.30 3.5 7. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.6 1.90 4.100 0. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 Yy dm or GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 Yk dm are valid.5 10-25 15-25 3 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.00 1.10 2.6 2.80 6.06 2.50 3.0 4.10 5 . With the given cutting speeds.86 1.5 6.1 2.30 5.70 14.90 3.25 5.80 21.5 4.74 3.4 2.8 2.5 6.35 0.2 1.28092.55 23.34 0.5 2.5 7.0 4.5 5. GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 Y dm..0 6.20 15.30 5.9 2. Table 093 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 3.300 0.50 6.75 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.02 1.00 13.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.5 8.5 3.20 0.00 3.9 1.0 25-40 1. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.15 0.05 1.10 5 .0 5.00 5.0 6.34 0.0 1.29 0.00 26.6 1.70 18.5 2. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.5 6.8 2.80 2.5 9.29 0.75 23.5 6.9 3.70 1.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.20 0.8 1.50 12 .40 2.43 1.5 1.5 8. The consumption data indicated in m3 /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.004 151 .50 0.50 0.75 3.0 6.5 3.00 5.3 2.5 7.68 0.00 5.

28092.0 12 0.0 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4.0 6.0 6.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 2 8 .5 0.5 0.5 7.10 60-100 2.5 2. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.5 1 2.0 15 0.100 0.004 .0 4.0 8.10 15-25 2.5 7.0 4. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 7 10 15 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating cap MAPP pressure ® Size 7-15 Size [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.5 0.0 6.5 6. Table 094 d 152 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 4.0 25 0.5 1 5 .300 0.6 4.5 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance [mm/min] ] 670 630 560 560 510 460 460 440 420 400 400 360 340 340 320 300 285 270 270 250 240 [mm] ] 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .0 5.5 6.0 12 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 5.0 12 25-40 40-60 3 .12 The table indicates standard values.0 5. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 8.10 5 .0 6.5 7.5 0.0 6.0 15 0.5 8.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF. GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 YL dm.5 6.5 0.0 6. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 8280-PMYF 8073 Y dm.0 8.5 2 6-10 100-200 100 .0 4.10 5 .

07 9.40 40 .40 25 . fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size 7 .5 7.99 7.21 1.5 7.5 4.100 3 .60 60 .1 1.25 25 .21 1.0 0.15 7 .5 4.6 1.21 9.5 0.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.07 10.40 40-60 40 .25 15 .5 2.0 6.03 21.8 18.0 7.0 7.5 4. Table 095 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.6 Heating caps Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .5 4.8 15.21 10.100 60 .21 12.60 40 .5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 6.6 1.II [mm] ] MAPP pressure [bar] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8280-PMYF ® ® Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.5 3.15 15 .15 7 .5 3. I II II α I a GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 Yy dm. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.3 1. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 6.0 5.25 25 .5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 530 400 515 390 480 370 420 350 390 320 350 280 320 240 310 220 280 200 Total Total ® MAPP oxygen consumption consumption 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] ] ] 0.60 7 .8 11. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.100 15 0.5 %.100 3 .5 3.9 The table indicates standard values.5 4. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 13.3 12.5 3.0 6.07 9.8 21.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.21 1.25 15 .40 25 .79 7.0 4.5 4.99 8.14 1.25 15 .0 6.0 6.1 1.0 6.15 15 .28092.21 1.004 153 .5 4.8 1.

004 .100 3 .5 7.5 17.5 38.100 100-300 3 .25 15 .40 7 .100 3.0 6.69 1.5 38.8 21.0 7.25 25 .0 8.6 14.100 100-300 3 .3 42.60 60 .25 15 .25 25 .5 6.0 7.100 40 .0 45.5 36.100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 470 360 410 350 380 310 340 270 310 230 300 210 270 190 250 170 220 160 190 160 170 150 150 110 III 1.54 1.25 25 .0 7.40 25 .8 33.0 6.9 14.0 44.0 7.5 4.69 1.8 36.0 6.40 25 .69 2.0 18.4 16.69 1.0 3 .60 7 .100 3 .5 %.100 40 .40 40 .100 60 .06 II I 10.5 3.40 40 .100 3 .0 6.0 6.25 15 .100 100-200 60 .40 25 .25 15 . Table 096 d III α II I a 154 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.06 1.2 33.II II – III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed Total propane consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] [mm/min] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .5 29.0 5.5 7.1 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 7.69 1.15 7 .0 8.3 41. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .60 15 1. GRICUT® 8280-PMYF 8073 Yk dm.100 100-200 60 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.15 15 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.60 60 .25 1.100 60 .100 100-200 3 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 18.100 100-300 4.69 2.5 4.84 2.100 60 .100 3 .60 60 .100 100-300 3 .100 100-300 60-100 3 .15 7 .5 60-100 100-200 100-300 3 .60 25 .69 1.60 60 .15 15 .5 7.4 13.3 20.15 15 .40 40 .0 7.2 18.99 1.0 7. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.69 1.06 1.62 1.100 40 .06 2.100 100-200 60-100 100-200 60 .69 1.28092.3 44.100 60 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 40 .

100 100-300 3 .0 2. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.0 2.5 4.0 6.60 40 .5 4.0 8.00 18.0 7.5 6.06 I 10. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.69 1.5 7.0 8.0 4.0 2.0 6.100 100-200 100-300 60-100 3 .0 2.0 2.99 1.5 4.35 16.100 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 3 .69 1.69 1.5 4.0 7.06 1.100 60-100 100-200 60-100 100-200 40 .II II –III [mm] ] MAPP pressure Heating oxygen pressure Torch I II III [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed Total MAPP consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] [bar] ] [mm/min] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .84 2.06 1.69 1. Table 097 d II α I a α III Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.100 100-300 100-300 100-300 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 8 5 1.0 7.5 4.50 38.0 2.25 20.5 4.100 100-300 100-200 60 .25 44.0 2.5 4.69 1.0 2.0 3.35 13.0 2.0 4.100 100-200 100-300 3 .0 4.100 60 .0 2.0 2.00 18.0 2.0 3.0 6.0 2.00 44.25 25 .5 4.69 1. fuel gas MAPP gas (valid only for rotating triple-torch assemblies) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I Size II Size III Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II Size III Size Clearance Torch I .5 4.40 25-40 40 .100 100-300 3 .62 1.100 3 .5 3.15 15-25 15 .69 2.5 1.15 15-25 15 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8280-PMYF Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMY.0 7.69 1.60 60 .15 15-25 15 .5 4.50 17.25 41.60 60-100 60 .0 5.06 2.25 42.20 33.100 3 .5 4.0 7.28092.100 60 .0 7.00 45.5 4.5 %.40 40-60 40 .85 14. The center torch II is to be adjusted 15 mm higher than the torches I and III.5 4.60 60 .55 14.0 2.5 4.5 4.06 2.25 25 .0 2.69 1.5 4.0 3.0 1.0 2.06 2.0 2.69 1.0 2.5 7.00 42.15 18.0 3.60 25 .0 2.0 7.5 4.0 2. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.100 3 .0 2.0 2.0 2.100 3 .100 60-100 60 . The nozzle clearance of torches I and III is 2 to 5 mm.5 4.0 2.0 2.100 3 .0 2.69 1.25 15 .75 21.40 40 .75 33.75 36.0 2.004 155 .5 4.0 2.0 2.60 60-100 3 .0 2.25 1.69 1.54 1.15 7 .69 2.100 7 .40 7-15 7 .50 38.100 40 .5 4.5 2.5 III 460 350 400 350 370 300 330 260 300 220 290 200 260 180 240 160 210 150 180 150 160 140 140 100 II 1.5 2.0 2.10 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 6.0 4.25 25-40 25 . GRICUT® 8280-PMY 8072 Ykn dm.0 2.5 4.5 4.0 2.0 2.50 29.0 7.5 4.0 2.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.50 36. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 4.40 25 .

5 8.4 11.2 15.4 8.0 2.1 1.1 0.5 5-7 0.5 3.0 10.0 22.5 8.0 6.1 2.52 1.8 3. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 7079 Yy dm or GRICUT®1270-PYF/1280-PYF 7079 Yk dm are valid.0 4.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF.0 7.0 8 .32 1. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.300 0.1 2.0 11.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.12 12 .5 7 .32 1.1 1.5 9.2 2.9 1.7 4.3 10.0 9.5 22.0 12.5 5-7 0.3 3.32 1.3 14.1 1.1 1.32 0.7 3.6 3.60 1.0 2.62 2.26 0. The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.3 3.2 2.1 3.8 4.8 3.0 0.0 3.5 10.8 0.5 0.80 1270-PYF 80-100 1280-PMYF 100-200 1280-PMYF 200-250 1280-PMYF 250-300 1280-PMYF 100 .9 5.9 4.2 5-7 0..3 2.7 4.8 8.7 7.3 5.0 11. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 2.0 9.8 4.9 1.9 9.4 28.0 1.3 1.1 2.5 850 800 750 750 735 700 725 645 590 530 530 510 485 460 415 415 375 330 330 300 280 270 230 180 180 130 130 110 3-4 0.32 1. With the given cutting speeds.2 19.0 4.1 2.5 2.6 3.5 %.0 8.0 1.1 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 8. Table 098 d 156 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.46 0.3 2.2 4.26 0.15 12 .004 .15 0.5 3. GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 8070 Y dm.0 2.1 5. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.2 1.7 24.7 7.0 16.1 2.40 0.49 0.1 1.0 11.9 0. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.2 23.49 0.6 8.0 10.2 2.0 4.5 6..7 2.5 17.0 1. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.5 5.28092.0 4.36 1.7 10.6 6.5 3.5 9.5 6.5 8.7 1.6 18.5 10.100 1270-PYF 25-50 1270-PYF 40 .32 0.7 2. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size MAPP®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] MAPP®consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 50 50 60 80 80 90 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 1270-PYF 3-5 1270-PYF 6-10 1270-PYF 10-25 1270-YF 3 .3 4.0 8.5 5.5 9.30 1.0 4.5 10.5 30.10 2.1 13.9 16.3 4-5 1.8 0.4 0.0 9.5 1.

Table 099 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 7.0 10 3.5 1 0.0 8 3.004 157 .5 2 5-7 1270-PYF 80 .3 3.0 10.28092.5 3.10 1280-PMYF 100 .5 10.0 8. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 40 50 50 60 70 80 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle MAPP pressure ® Size 1270-PYF Size [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 1.0 25 0.0 11.0 11.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1270-PYF ® Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF.5 8.5 2 10 .25 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 3.5 2 7 .5 1 0. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 8070 Y dm.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.100 1.0 10 3.300 0.0 9. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 2 0.0 11.50 1.0 7.0 10 1270-PYF 25 .0 12 0.0 8.5 10.80 1270-YF 3 .5 1 0.5 2 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance [mm/min] ] 725 645 590 530 530 510 460 415 415 375 350 330 330 300 280 250 230 220 [mm] ] 5-7 5-7 1270-PYF 50 .0 9.5 1 0.5 3.100 0.5 1 0.15 The table indicates standard values.5 10 .200 1280-PMYF 100 .5 9.0 6.0 12 0.2 1. GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 8070 YL dm.0 8 3.0 12.5 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 8.0 10. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 11.

0 3 0.0 8.7 8.0 11.25 10 .Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF.97 0.3 8. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 10 .II [mm] ] 25 10 25 10 20 10 20 10 20 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 MAPP pressure [bar] ] ® Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 1.25 10 .0 14.0 9.0 8.74 0.0 4.6 8.25 10 .97 0.0 4.7 10.97 0. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.0 10.25 25 .97 0. Table 100 d 158 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.25 10 .0 9.97 0.0 9.0 4.50 25 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.25 10 .5 %.25 10 .50 25 .100 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size clearance Torch I .0 4.0 4.0 11.97 0.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 640 590 590 550 550 500 520 460 470 390 400 320 340 260 270 200 210 150 Total Total ® MAPP oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.0 8.63 0.7 8.0 8.25 10 .50 25 .97 0.0 4.25 25 . They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.004 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.0 4.100 YF 3 .2 11.0 9.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 8.0 8.50 25 .0 7.3 4.80 Size 10 .0 15.50 YF 3 .0 The table indicates standard values.5 2.25 10 .97 3 [m /h] ] 7.0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 7.50 25 . I II II α I a GRICUT® 1270-PYF 100 Yy dm.50 50 .28092.

25 10 .5 24.7 11.50 25 .0 5.7 18.0 8.9 1.0 2. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.50 25 .0 3.0 8.9 0.50 25 .50 50 .2 0.0 8.7 1.0 8.0 2.0 9.50 25 .80 80-100 50 .4 1.25 10 .50 25 .0 GRICUT 1280P PMYF 3 .0 10. Table 101 d III α II I a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.4 16.4 1.100 100-300 ® 8.0 2.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total GRIESON® Consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 10-25 25-50 25 .100 15 0.80 YF 3 .0 4.5 27.100 YF 3 .0 10.7 12.28092.0 9. GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 7089 Yk dm.0 10.0 P 3 .50 25 .4 1.2 1.4 1.4 38. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1270-PYF ® Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF.80 50 .0 8.0 2.25 10 .25 10 .50 25 .50 10 .80 50 .80 80-100 80-100 80-100 4.50 25 .9 0.4 40.0 3.100 YF 3 .1 11.0 3.25 25 . The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.7 I 11.7 11.80 80-100 80-100 80-100 50 .9 0.9 0.9 1.5 33.0 2.100 4.0 24.0 8.0 9.4 23.25 25 .0 11.9 0.0 2. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.9 0.0 2.3 2.4 37.2 1.0 10.0 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 10.7 14.1 20.0 9.3 50 .80 80-100 80-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 10 .1 26.50 50 .004 159 .2 30.5 %.5 480 420 460 420 420 400 400 360 360 320 340 300 300 280 260 230 240 190 200 150 170 140 140 110 III II 0.0 5.

2 0.5 3.55 0.5 .4.5 .53 0.0 2.5 5. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.35-0.004 .5 4. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size MAPP®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Compressed air pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] Total MAPP®consumption ] [m3/h] Heating oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Cutting oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Total oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Compressed air consumption ] [m3/h] 2.0 .0 3. Table 102 d 160 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.35 0.5 4.3.50-0.0 .provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.08 1.30-0.4.0 .40 0.93-0.5 2.88-0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.93 0.93 0.45 0.0 750 750 700 675 650 600 550 10 .08 4.5 4.55 0.2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.88-0.5 1.3. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 %.40 0.0 4.4.08 1.2.55 0.0 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.03-1.03-1.50-0.15 0.88 0.50-0.5 0.40-0. With the given cutting speeds cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .0 .Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF ® ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF.0 .35-0.0 2-5 2-100 0.03-1.20 0.5 4.3 2. GRICUT® DB 1270-PYF 8070 P dm.3.0 2.98 1.83-0.28092.

Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.0 200 .5 93.12 11 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 9088 Y dm.5 11.0 12.5 67 74 80 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 10. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.5 %.5 7 .28092.0 9.3 9 .5 78.10 61 4.15 5.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 43 48 55 52.3 3.5 78.500 200 . With the given cutting speeds. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.4 4.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.0 8.0 7.0 160 145 130 120 110 105 100 20 15 6-8 3. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 50 Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® DB 1270-PYF ® ® Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size MAPP® pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] MAPP® consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 0. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.004 161 .0 11.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.0 13. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .0 64.500 0.0 72.3 9.0 0.0 57.5 5. Table 103 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 6.

9 14.7 112.0 6.28092.600 1. Table 104 d 162 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 6.74 3.0 4.0 4.0 4.93 4.5 0.0 3. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.15 2.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. GRICUT® 5281-PMY 9088 Y dm.0 6.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 5.0 5.9 161.5 6.15 2.0 10.0 3.5 1.2 5.0 71.600 450 .6 11.0 4.0 240 200 170 140 120 140 120 100 80 120 100 80 60 30 5 7 8 9 10 10 15 20 20 20 20 25 25 0. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .0 5.8 23.77 5. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size MAPPς pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] ® ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Cutting kerf width [mm] ] MAPP consumption 3 [m /h] ] ® Heating oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 100 .4 66.5 21 21 26 31 39 49 53 57 61 87 100 117 145 22.300 100 .33 3. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 1.004 .5 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0. With the given cutting speeds.22 6.4 9.33 4.6 29.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.4 4.2 44.6 3.450 0.1 16.26 1.5 5.11 1.8 60.5 2.0 450 .5 %.6 98. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.0 9.4 35.0 5. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.0 3.5 1.0 3.0 6.5 5. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.8 5.8 7.0 6.96 1.7 12.56 2.0 7.9 129.8 2.450 300 .77 0.8 54.

5 8. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.9 9.2 62. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.300 0.0 0.7 6. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size MAPP®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 5281-PMY MAPP®consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 100 .7 8. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx. GRICUT® 8480-PMYF 9029 Y dm.5 9.2 79. Table 105 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.2 65.9 450 .5 0.5 4.3 58.7 29.0 320 260 200 180 150 150 130 120 110 110 90 80 60 110 3.3 29.004 163 .0 8.5 8. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .6 52. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.7 5.600 1.28092.3 59.3 71.0 8.0 8.0 32.3 31.3 38.3 55.5 9.5 %.6 79. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.2 6.0 8.2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.6 75.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF.2 62.7 38.5 8.8 87.5 35.0 9.0 8.5 9.8 83.6 32.0 8.8 83. With the given cutting speeds.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 35.3 55.2 0.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.0 36.0 6.450 100 .7 300 .6 75.5 2.600 0.

600 716.5 %.5 10.5 8.0 7.5 9.28092.5 8.0 6.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 5.9 3.03 0.2 7.14 12 .9 4.0 7. With the given cutting speeds.10 0.7 5. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.10 8 .0 7. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.12 11 .7 7.05 0.8 3 ® Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 32 38 41 43 46 49 60 63 68 72 76 80 83 Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 34 40 43 45 48 51 64 67 72 76 80 84 87 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .10 0.12 10 .20 ® Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 716.20 0.5 7. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 50 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 Cutting nozzle Size MAPP pressure [bar] ] 0.2 300 .08 0.8 3.9 5.15 0.13 11 .0 9.8 2.11077 0. GRICUT® 300/600-PMYF 9088 Y dm.9 4.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.08 0.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF ® ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF.08 0. Table 106 d 164 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.12 10 . in case of shape cutting involving small radii.08 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.10 10 .2 7.9 4.13 12 .9 3.11076 50 .05 0.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 360 320 260 200 170 150 150 130 110 100 90 75 60 Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 50 .0 8.004 .14 MAPP consumption [m /h] ] 2.300 0.03 0.0 6.75 Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 5-7 5-7 7-8 7-8 8 .provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.

0 Apparent density 2 [g/cm ] 2.6 0.225 552. Table 107 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 5.01050 4.01090 6.004) Powder analysis No./50g] [sec.1 19.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for powder machine cutting nozzles AC 41-PMYF.0 6. Satisfactory powder cuts can only be achieved with clean and undamaged cutting nozzles and powder sleeves.04 Chemical analysis Mn P S [%] [%] [%] 0.6 10 .015 H2-loss [%] 0.300 0.7 14.2 27.03 Si [%] 0.10 10 .5 % and flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT→.75 5.3 42.004 165 .24 Powder nozzle AC 41-PMYF 9088 F dm.462. kg 06/276 2000 Flow behaviour Filling volume Powder screen analysis [µm] > 400 > 315 > 200 > 160 > 100 > 63 > 40 < 40 [sec.8 2.6 5.8 9. fuel gas MAPP gas Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Powder sleeve Size MAPP®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 300/600-PMYF MAPP®consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m / h] ] Powder consumption [kg/h] 125 150 175 175 200 225 225 250 275 300 125 .014 0. Specification of flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT (art./100g] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] 3. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.2 4.0 29.4 39.5 13.4 21.197 0.5 10 .5 8 .6 45.01060 703.3 44.44 C [%] 0. 0.5 175 .40 12 0.28092.04032 225 .300 552. no.12 The table indicates standard values based on the use of oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 30 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.5 4.7 1.12 17 0.6 3.175 552.0 120 110 100 80 75 70 60 50 40 40 9.3 41.8 2.

1 200-300 8 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 5. for bevel cuts of 30 ° by 25 % approx.5 5.4 1.0 2. Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 5.7 3.3 4.5 0.3 2. PL-RC 9088 F dm.8 6.5 4.6 100-200 YF 100 .0 2.3 8.7 2.8 1. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved ° provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.0 4..5 8.0 4.5 5.8 4.1 3.5 6.1 5.5 15.3 2.8 9.0 2.1 29.5 2.0 4.2 2.3 1.6 0.4 25-40 YF 3 .4 2.5 6. Table 108 d 166 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 14.8 1.1 26. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.4 1.1 5.2 0. for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.4 23.5 3.8 2.7 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.4 1.3 5.0 6.5 6.5 3.6 24.5 30.004 ..0 5.6 14.5 7 12.300 5.0 3.8 9.6 5.6 2.2 1.0 5.0 1.5 5.4 2.6 1.Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.2 13.5 0.4 4.8 3.6 13.4 1.0 2.7 60-100 1. With the given cutting speeds.0 4.9 1.3 1.0 4.0 3.0 0.7 3.2 1.5 10.7 6 2.7 2. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size GRIESON®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] GRIESON®consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 10-25 0.0 2.3 4.6 8.0 0.5 7.0 800 700 630 600 600 550 500 450 450 420 400 380 380 370 340 340 320 290 290 230 180 180 150 110 5 1. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 %.3 27.5 6.7 1.3 1. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.1 8.0 2.3 3.4 2.5 0. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables PL-RC 9088 Fy dm or PL-RC 9088 Fk dm are valid.0 5.5 1.9 2.3 1.8 1.7 0.28092.6 0.0 1.100 40-60 2.0 4.

PL-RC 9088 FL dm.0 4.4 2.5 0.0 4.5 2 100-200 YF 100 .5 0. Table 109 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 6.5 5.0 5.0 10 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.3 4.100 0.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.0 6.0 0.3 3.0 3.5 5.0 10 25-40 YF 3 .0 25 7 The table indicates standard values.5 5.5 0. fuel gas GRIESON Work piece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle GRIESON pressure ® Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC ® Size 10-25 Size [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 2.28092.0 5.004 167 .5 0.5 5. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 12 6 0. Operating data: Table PL-RC 9088 F dm.5 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance 0.300 1.0 4.5 6.5 2.5 1 [mm/min] ] 600 550 500 450 450 420 400 380 380 370 340 340 330 320 300 290 290 260 240 [mm] ] 5 40-60 12 60-100 2.0 6.5 4.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.0 5.5 4.

4 3 The table indicates standard values.0 2.5 4.100 YF 3 .0 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.55 1.0 6.25 25 .9 10.0 3.10 10 .28092.100 YF 3 .0 3.60 40 .3 12.5 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .6 5.60 Size 3 .27 1.60 40 .0 2.0 4.40 40 . fuel gas GRIESON Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .0 3. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.40 25 . Table 110 d a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.4 18.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.6 5.100 60 .60 60 .27 1.40 25 .40 40 .6 7.5 5. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 11.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 600 570 570 520 520 470 470 420 420 330 330 270 270 220 220 170 170 120 Total Total ® GRIESON oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 1.55 3 [m /h] ] 5.55 1.100 12 0.0 3.55 1.27 1.0 4.25 10 .0 3. I II II α I PL-RC 9088 Fy dm.9 18.0 6.55 1.II [mm] ] ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRIE® SON pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.0 6.0 3.5 10.0 3.25 25 .004 168 .10 10 – 25 10 .5 %.25 10 .55 1.0 3. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.60 40 .

95 1.6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.100 15 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.60 60-100 60-100 YF YF YF 100-300 3 .95 1.0 5.95 II I 11.8 14.95 1.0 4.60 60-100 60-100 10 .6 12.0 4.45 1.60 40 .40 25 .40 40 .40 25 .40 40 .10 10 .80 1.25 25 .4 4.0 4. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I .0 4.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.0 4.0 4.8 22.95 1.8 22.40 25 .0 13.8 28.25 25 .25 10 .95 1.0 5.25 25 .0 5.0 4. Table 111 d III α II I a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.7 18.25 10 .8 19. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.60 40 .004 169 .60 40 .II II -III [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC GRIESON®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total GRIESON®Consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .5 %.60 40 .95 1.100 YF 3 .0 4.0 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-200 440 380 420 380 400 340 380 320 350 280 320 270 270 250 240 200 210 150 180 130 160 110 130 90 III 1. PL-RC 9088 Fk dm.0 5.0 5.8 36.0 4.1 19.95 1.3 3.0 5.60 40 .100 100-300 YF YF YF 100-300 100-300 100-300 YF 3 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 5.0 39.95 1. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.100 YF 3 .62 1.0 5.28092.0 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.40 40 .0 4.8 28.0 5.0 5.0 5.60 40 .10 3 .60 40 .0 5.

for bevel cuts of 45 by 45 % approx.6 2.5 16.4 1.0 2.5 3.5 1.84 1.3 6.0 3.0 4.5 4.7 1.8 3. 3 The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.53 0.0 2.4 4.5 14.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 12.5 28.63 0.0 5.0 2.4 23.2 2.0 2.4 1.5 5. Table 112 d 170 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.3 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.5 10.6 2.7 2.1 5.2 1.0 4.8 4.2 1.47 1.4 1.5 4.3 2.0 2.2 10.0 4.300 0.2 3.0 2.0 3.8 6.2 2.4 1.0 2.74 0.6 8.5 3.28092.0 5.0 2.05 1.0 1.2 1.4 2.2 1.9 2.5 5.2 1.5 7.004 .0 2.1 3.7 2.5 800 700 630 600 600 550 500 450 450 420 400 380 380 370 340 340 320 290 290 230 180 180 150 110 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 1.2 15.53 0.2 1.5 5.0 5.63 0.0 2.1 8.63 0.63 0.63 0.5 5.5 2.63 0.63 0.8 25.5 6.3 1.5 6.6 5.4 1.4 2.8 9.7 2.74 0.0 2. for bevel cuts of 30 ° ® by 25 % approx.3 4. The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.2 1.6 5. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 9088 F dm.2 1.5 8.0 7.3 4.8 3.0 6.26 1.5 1..0 0.2 1.63 0.1 2.6 13.9 1.63 0.8 9.100 25-40 0. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 Fy ® dm or GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 Fk dm are valid.0 1.7 2.4 2.0 5.26 1.9 3.4 1.0 2.0 5.3 2.0 4.74 0.0 2.2 1.4 2.0 2.0 2.0 2. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved ° provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.2 2.4 2.2 4.63 0.0 6..5 4.3 1. Satisfactory cuts on clean and nonprimed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.1 26.2 1.0 2.63 0.0 2.9 2. With the given cutting speeds.1 29. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.9 32.3 40-60 60-100 100-200 200-300 Y 100 .2 1.2 1.63 0.68 1.2 1.0 5.9 14.8 1.5 6.0 2.5 6.0 4.7 3.0 2.0 4.5 %.5 2.2 2.63 0.6 1.0 3.5 2.3 2.5 3.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating cap Size GRIESON®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] ® ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] GRIESON®consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 5 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 300 3-10 10-25 Y 3 .

0 2.0 5.0 4.5 4.5 2.0 4.0 2.0 6.5 5. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.5 0.5 0 0.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.5 0.5 4.3 4.0 2.0 3. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 F dm.5 4.5 6.5 5.5 0.5 0.0 3.5 0.0 Cuting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0.300 100-200 0.004 171 .0 The table indicates standard values.5 4.0 4. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 5.0 6.5 0.5 0.0 4.5 0.5 4.5 0.5 4.0 4.0 4.5 0.5 2.5 40-60 60-100 Y 100 .0 4.0 2.0 Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 4.0 4.28092.5 5. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 9088 FL dm.0 5.4 3.0 5.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.0 4.0 2.0 4.5 0.5 5.5 0.0 4.0 4.5 6.0 4.5 0.0 6.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 25 25 25 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 3.0 4.3 2.0 2.5 0. Table 113 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 4.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance [mm/min] ] 560 490 440 400 400 370 350 340 340 320 300 310 290 280 270 260 260 250 240 [mm] ] 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 25-40 Y 3 .100 0.0 2.5 0.5 5.0 2. fuel gas GRIESON Work piece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating cap GRIESON pressure [bar] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY ® ® Size 10-25 Size Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 2.

15 15 .5 13.5 7.21 1.8 11.0 6.100 3 .5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 6.5 4.II [mm] ] MAPP pressure [bar] ] ® Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2.28092. fuel gas GRIESON Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size 7 .60 7 .8 1.25 25 .3 12. I II II α I a GRICUT® 8281-PMY 9088 Yy dm.8 15.0 4.40 25 .99 8.21 1.07 9.07 9.5 0.5 3.5 4.0 5.21 1.14 1.15 15 .60 60 .3 1.25 15 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.5 3.1 1. Table 114 d 172 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 6.79 7.40 40 .5 2.60 40 .100 15 0.25 15 . The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.15 7 .100 3 .5 4.004 .5 7.40 25 .5 4.9 The table indicates standard values.03 21.6 1.0 6.5 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 530 400 515 390 480 370 420 350 390 320 350 280 320 240 310 220 280 200 Total Total ® MAPP oxygen consumption consumption 3 3 [m /h] [m /h] ] ] 0.0 7.5 4.21 1.15 7 .6 1.0 6.21 12.5 3. They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 6.6 Heating caps Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .0 0.8 18.5 4.21 9.99 7.100 60 .5 4.1 1.5 %. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.07 10.21 10.0 7.5 3.0 6.25 25 .25 15 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.8 21.40 40-60 40 .

18 11.60 40 .60 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .40 25 .4 Y 3 .60 40 .40 25 .100 Y 3 . Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.6 12.3 4.0 100-200 60-100 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-200 440 380 420 380 400 340 380 320 350 280 320 270 270 250 240 200 210 150 180 130 160 110 130 90 III 0.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.40 40 .8 36.32 22.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.60 40 .100 Y 3 .25 10 .40 40 .28092.1 19.95 1.25 25 .40 25 .25 25 .60 40 .10 3 .60 40 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.10 10 .8 28.0 5.8 28.40 40 .60 40 . GRICUT® 8281-PMY 9088 Yk dm.60 60-100 60-100 Y Y Y 100-300 3 .60 60-100 60-100 10 .60 40 . fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .25 10 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.25 25 .8 19.100 100-300 Y Y Y 100-300 100-300 100-300 0.0 39.6 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.II II -III [mm] ] MAPP pressure [bar] ] ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMY Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total MAPP consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .8 14.0 13.0 5.7 18.100 15 0.004 173 . Table 115 d II I III α II I a Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 %.06 1.8 1.

20 1.0 4.14 1.100 Y 3 .100 40 .9 13. GRICUT 8281-PMY 9088 Ykn dm.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.7 35. Table 116 d ® II α I a α III 174 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.25 10 .5 III 420 330 350 300 350 250 300 230 280 210 260 190 240 170 220 150 200 130 180 110 160 90 140 80 II 0.03 1.5 25.20 1.20 1. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.4 13.60 60 .25 10 .03 1.II II -III [mm] ] MAPP pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total MAPP consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 ] [m /h] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 10 .2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.60 40 .97 1.8 25.5 4.0 4. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 43.5 4.8 17.9 10.20 1.0 2.40 10 .0 4.6 17.100 60 .5 3.40 40-60 40 .0 4.5 2.5 3.0 5.03 1.6 17.5 3.09 1. The center torch II is to be adjusted 15 mm higher than the torches I and III. fuel gas GRIESON (valid only for rotating triple-torch assemblies) Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Torch I Size Heating caps Torch Torch II III Size Size Clearance Torch I .004 .0 4.60 3 .5 3.40 25 .03 1.100 100-200 60 .5 3. The nozzle clearance of torches I and III is 2 to 5 mm.60 40 .5 3.91 0.20 1.5 4.7 40.9 32.100 Y 3 .100 40 .5 3. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.25 25-40 25 .03 1.100 60 .60 Y 3 .0 5.20 1.5 35.5 31.5 %.100 60 .03 1.9 35.03 1.03 1.25 10 .1 31.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 5.40 25 .8 17.0 4.40 40 .20 1.10 3 .0 4.0 5.100 60-100 100-200 60 .2 11.0 5.100 Y Y 100-200 60 .54 I 9.0 5.60 60 .0 5.0 5.8 17.28092.10 10 .5 4.3 25.25 25-40 25 .0 4.3 25.100 100-300 Y 100-300 Y 100-300 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 12 7 0.0 5.5 4.0 5.20 1.0 5.100 100-200 Y Y 100-300 3 .100 100-200 100-300 3 .3 0.5 3. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled.4 2.5 3.100 Y Y 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 3 .1 11.20 1.25 25 .Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.0 11.03 1.60 40 .

6 3.0 7.3 2.8 29.3 3.4 1.8 0.7 6.8 1.0 1. GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 9088 F dm. With the given cutting speeds.5 22.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.8 0.5 4.7 0.4 28.3 0.5 4.1 5.5 8.004 175 .5 3.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.5 8.8 2.0 5.2 12 .9 2..0 6.3 6-10 8 .3 0.5 7.9 4.4 0.8 1.6 7. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.9 2.5 16.28092.3 14. The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 5.1 3.100 0.8 3. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx.5 0.5 %.5 5.5 3.8 0.2 11.9 2.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.7 2.7 2.8 1.0 7. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 9088 Fy dm or GRICUT®1230-/1280-PMYF 9088 Fk dm are valid.5 7.6 2.7 23.8 0.5 3. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO – 9013 are achieved .0 6.0 5.4 0.8 25-40 0.5 7.2 2.6 2.1 17.9 1.0 1.9 16.6 5.5 6.6 9.12 1.5 2.0 6.5 0.1 3.0 5.2 2.5 3.7 2.7 1.5 17.0 22.9 0.0 2.0 2.5 2. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx.3 4.4 10.5 0.0 2.2 1. Table 117 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 6. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.4 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.10 5 .5 8.2 4.10 5 .8 7-15 10-25 3 .1 2.5 2.5 6.5 8.6 40-60 60-100 100-200 200-250 250-300 100 .0 7. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.2 1.5 9.3 1.8 0.6 13.2 1.3 5.0 2.5 3.15 0. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size GRIESON pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1230-PMYF GRIESON consumption [bar] ] Heating oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Cutting oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] Total oxygen consumption [m3/h] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 7 8 10 12 15 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 40 50 60 60 80 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 3-10 0.5 1.1 1.4 10.5 6.4 8.3 2..7 1.5 820 780 750 740 735 680 700 680 660 620 590 590 535 480 480 460 440 420 420 380 360 360 315 280 280 240 190 190 135 135 115 2-4 2-4 2-4 2-4 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 .3 0.5 5.300 2.0 0.6 1.3 5.4 3.5 1.8 4.6 0.5 6.0 1.2 23.5 6.7 0.8 0.6 1.9 5.4 0.4 0.8 3.7 0.9 3.6 2.7 18.4 2.0 6.4 14.0 3.5 7.3 1.0 4.4 3.8 0.10 0.8 4.0 2.5 7.

300 1. GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF 9088 FL dm.0 25 8 .5 7.8 4.10 15 .10 5 .4 0.0 7.5 0. Table 118 d ® 176 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 0.5 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance [mm/min] ] 670 630 560 560 510 460 460 440 400 400 360 340 340 320 300 280 270 270 250 240 [mm] ] 4-5 5-8 5-8 5-8 5 . fuel gas GRIESON Work piece thickness [mm] ] 7 10 15 15 20 25 25 30 40 40 50 60 60 70 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle GRIESON pressure ® Size 7-15 Size [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 2.0 6.0 7.5 7.5 60-100 20 6-10 0.0 6.12 The table indicates standard values. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.28092.5 5.10 40-60 2.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.5 15 0.5 0.5 10 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 5.5 0.0 7.5 0.5 8.5 12 25-40 3 .5 0.5 1 1 2 2 5 .5 6.5 6.5 7.8 2.5 7.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0 0.0 7.0 6.0 7.5 2 100-200 100 .5 0.5 8.5 0.004 .100 0.25 2.5 8. ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF 9088 F dm.0 6.

25 15 .Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF.15 10 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.004 177 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH .0 7.15 7 .3 14. fuel gas propane Work piece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size 3 .0 6. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.25 25 .81 0.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 620 570 570 500 520 460 490 420 430 350 360 290 300 230 240 180 190 120 Total Total Propane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0.40 25 .28092.5 4.60 60 .9 8.03 1.1 13.100 3 . They are based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.60 40 .10 3 .03 1.6 6.5 0.25 25-40 25 . I II II α I GRICUT® 1230-PMYF 9088 Fy dm.60 40 .5 4.9 3 The table indicates standard values.0 6.3 13.5 2.03 1.03 1.5 4.03 3 [m /h] ] 5.0 6.03 1.0 7. Table 119 d a 722.4 17.100 3 .5 4.0 5.15 15 .60 40 .81 1.3 8. The heating flame of torch I is to be throttled.3 8.60 Size 3 .03 1.3 11.5 4.10 7 .3 4.5 %.5 ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1230-PMYF Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 3.10 7 .II [mm] ] 25 15 25 12 20 10 20 10 20 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.15 7 .0 7.03 1.25 15 .100 Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I .40 40 . The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 7.40 40 .5 4.0 7.5 4.

5 %.0 4.1 10.40 40 .3 1.1 1.60 40 .100 3 .60 40 .25 25 .0 19.1 27.5 27.0 100-200 100-200 100-200 100-300 100-300 100-300 460 400 440 400 400 380 380 340 350 300 330 290 290 270 250 220 220 170 180 140 160 120 130 100 III II 0.15 15 .9 23.7 I 10.40 25 .0 3.0 3.1 27. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.60 40 .8 16.0 6.0 7.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 n 3 .0 3. GRICUT® 1230-/1280-PMYF 9088 Fk dm.25 15 .0 3.0 7.5 1.60 40 .1 1.9 1. The heating flames if torches II and III are to be throttled. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 7.4 1.5 12.60 40 . Table 120 d III α II I a 178 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 3.7 1.5 31.100 15 0.0 4.1 1.0 7.40 40 .0 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .5 1. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.5 32.25 25 .1 1.004 .5 27.0 7.9 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.0 19.0 19.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.2 1.2 1.15 15 .3 32.0 7.28092. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Propane consumption 3 ] [m /h] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 7 .25 15 .25 25 .0 3.5 31.100 3 .0 7.1 1.10 7 .1 1.0 5.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-/1280-PMYF.0 5.40 40 .3 3.60 40-60 60-100 60-100 60-100 7 .0 4.0 6.0 7.2 1.0 7.60 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 60-100 3 .0 7.3 37.0 6.60 40 .1 1.0 7.100 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 5.15 7 .15 15 .100 3 .5 27.6 39.0 3.100 3 .

Table 126 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.2 9.32 1.5 8.6 3.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.5 3.0 1.5 3.28092.4 0.7 7. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .7 18.6 4.5 3.1 2. With the given cutting speeds.6 8.35 0.7 10.0 8.0 4.0 6.9 16.7 3.0 4.7 1.12 0. The consumption data indicated in m3/h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.4 7.6 4-5 0.5 0.4 1.0 5.5 10.0 12. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles.6 1.0 2.3 2.1 1.5 %.6 4.0 11.8 29.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.3 3.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF.9 1.46 0. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced as follows: for shape cutting involving small radii by 10% approx.4 0.8 0.0 8. for bevel cuts of 30° by 25 % approx..5 3.5 2.7 2.100 1270-PYF 25-50 0.6 6.35 0.4 1270-PYF 40 .0 9.4 28.3 14.6 3.5 8.40 0.004 179 .1 17. GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 9088 F dm.5 5.7 23.0 4.5 17.0 2.7 0.7 0.8 4.0 2.3 10.1 13.5 8. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size GRIESON®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 1270-PYF GRIESON®consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 3 4 5 6 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 35 40 50 50 60 80 80 90 100 100 150 200 200 250 250 300 1270-PYF 3-5 1270-PYF 6-10 1270-PYF 10-25 1270-YF 3 .8 2.0 7.4 4.0 10.9 9. For Y cuts (form of kerf Y as per DIN 8551) and K cuts (form of kerf DHY as per DIN 8551) the tables GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 9088 Fy dm or GRICUT®1270-PYF/1280-PYF 9088 Fk dm are valid.5 10.8 7 . The stated pressures are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.2 2.300 200-250 1280-PMYF 250-300 0.1 2.3 2.8 3.8 1.5 9.8 0.9 2.0 11.8 5-7 0.0 1.0 8.1 10.5 22.5 0.16 1.2 4.5 6.4 9.5 5.0 9.0 11.5 850 800 750 750 735 700 725 645 590 530 530 510 485 460 415 415 375 330 330 300 280 270 230 180 180 130 130 110 3-4 0.5 10.5 9. for bevel cuts of 45° by 45 % approx..0 2.80 1270-PYF 80-100 1280-PMYF 100-200 1280-PMYF 1280-PMYF 100 .1 2.4 8.0 4.0 0.4 4.2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.8 5.8 4.8 8 .0 9.5 8.40 0.5 16.10 1.3 6.2 12 .2 23.8 0.1 4.5 22.15 2.9 14.2 2.52 1.1 2.10 2.

The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 9.28092.0 10.100 1270-PYF 50 .100 330 300 280 250 230 220 7 .Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® ® Operating data for hole piercing with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF. They are valid for all Messer Griesheim flame cutting machines with pneumatically controlled automatic hole-piercing system.0 8 8 10 10 10 Cutting oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] 8.0 2.5 0. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 10 15 20 25 25 30 40 50 50 60 70 80 80 90 100 100 120 130 Cutting nozzle Heating nozzle GRIESON pressure ® Size 1270-PYF Size [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure Flame cutting [bar] ] Heating Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 2.4 2.200 1280-PMYF 100 .80 1270-PYF 0.0 2.004 .5 0.300 1.0 11.5 8.0 10 .0 2.0 8.0 Cutting Oxygen Pressure hole Service piercing time [bar] ] [sec] ] 0 0.0 2.5 0.0 11.5 10. GRICUT® 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 9088 FL dm.5 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 Cutting speed Nozzle clearance [mm/min] ] 725 645 590 530 530 510 460 415 415 375 350 330 [mm] ] 10 .0 12 3 .8 0.5 7.5 2 80 .15 The table indicates standard values.GRICUT 1270-PYF ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Flame cutting nozzles .5 0.0 11.0 10.10 1280-PMYF 100 . ® Operating data: Table GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF 9088 F dm.0 25 7.5 0.0 8.0 12.0 9.0 11.5 10.5 0.8 4. Table 127 d 180 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.50 5-7 1270-YF 0.25 1270-PYF 25 .5 9.

Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles
Operating data for Y cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF, fuel gas propane
Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 8 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 50 Bevel angle α [degree] 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 Size of root A [mm] ] 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 Cutting nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch I II Size Size Clearance Torch I - II [mm] ] 25 10 25 10 20 10 20 10 20 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 2,0 2,5 4,5 4,5 4,5 0,3 4,5 4,5 4,5 4,5 4,5
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Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 7,0 8,0 8,0 9,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 9,0 9,0 10,0 11,0

Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 640 590 590 550 550 500 520 460 470 390 400 320 340 260 270 200 210 150

Total Total Propane oxygen consumption consumption [m /h] ] 0,67 0,81 1,03 1,03 1,03 1,03 1,03 1,03 1,03 1,03
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[m /h] ] 7,4 8,0 8,6 10,1 9,4 9,4 9,4 10,9 11,7 11,7 14,7 15,7

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Operating data for K cuts with machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF/1280-PMYF, fuel gas propane
Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Bevel angle α [degree] Size of root A [mm] ] Cutting nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Heating nozzles Torch Torch Torch I II III Size Size Size Clearance Torch I-II and II-III [mm] ] Propane pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting Oxygen Pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Total Propane consumption
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12 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45 30 45

2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5

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10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50 25 - 50

10 - 25 10 - 25 10 - 25 25 - 50 25 - 50 50 - 80 50 - 80 50 - 80 80-100 50 - 80 80-100
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8,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 9,0 9,0 10,0 10,0 11,0 10,0 10,0 9,0 10,0 8,0 9,0 8,0 8,5

80-100 80
80-100 100-200 100-200 100-200

50 50 - 80 80-100 80-100 80-100

GRICUT P 80-100 12803 - 100 PMYF 80-100 100-300

480 420 460 420 420 400 400 360 360 320 340 300 300 280 260 230 240 190 200 150 170 140 140 110
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Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles
Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF, fuel gas GRIESON
Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size GRIESON® Pressure [bar] ] Heating Oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Compressed air pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ]
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Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8281-PMYF

Cutting kerf width [mm] ]

GRIESON® Consumption ] [m3/h]

Heating oxygen consumption ] [m3/h]

Cutting oxygen consumption ] [m3/h]

Total oxygen consumption ] [m3/h]

Compressed air consumption ] [m3/h]

2,0 2,5 3,0 3,5 4,0 4,5 5,0

2-5

2-100

0,2

0,3

2.0 - 2.5 2.5 - 3.0 2.5 - 3.0 3.0 - 3.5 4.0 - 4.5 4.0 - 4.5 4.0 - 4.5

1,0

750 750 700 675 650 600 550

10 - 20

0,5

0,14

0,53

0.30-0.35 0.35-0.40 0.35-0.40 0.40-0.45 0.50-0.55 0.50-0.55 0.50-0.55

0.83-0.88 0.88-0.93 0.88-0.93 0.93-0.98 1.03-1.08 1.03-1.08 1.03-1.08

4,2

The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 %. Satisfactory cuts on clean and non-primed plates and sheets can only be achieved with undamaged nozzles. When using the thin-sheet nozzle it is necessary to use the air sprinkler, art. no. 716.51251. With the given cutting speeds cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved - provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.

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10 6.0 0.5 78.5 93.0 11. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .0 64.5 9.004 .4 4.12 7.0 10.3 3. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.0 57.0 160 145 130 120 110 105 100 20 15 6-8 4.0 200 .0 8.0 43 48 55 61 67 74 52.1 9 .7 7 .5 78.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 %.5 11 . in case of shape cutting involving small radii.0 7.28092.0 9. Table 131 d 184 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx. GRICUT® 8281-PMY 9088 F dm.500 0.1 13.5 11.5 5. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 250 ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles ® ® Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size GRIESON®Pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] GRIESON®Consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 0.500 200 .Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY.0 72.0 12.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.15 80 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343. With the given cutting speeds.0 6.

provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.7 112. in case of shape cutting involving small radii. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.0 6.0 6.5 21 21 26 31 39 49 53 57 61 87 100 117 145 22.0 6.0 5. With the given cutting speeds.0 4.4 66.600 1.68 1.8 5.2 44.0 6.5 1.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY.16 6.9 14.0 240 200 170 140 120 140 120 100 80 120 100 80 60 30 5 7 8 9 10 10 15 20 20 20 20 25 25 0.58 6.4 35.0 5. GRICUT® 5281-PMY 9088 Y dm.80 7.5 %. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.004 185 .6 3.6 98.79 2.90 4.5 0.5 2.28092.600 450 .5 1.8 23. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size GRIESON®pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8480-PMY Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] GRIESON®consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 100 .21 3.5 5.5 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 4.0 3.0 10.2 5.37 1.450 0.1 161.0 4.42 8.9 131.0 71.300 100 .05 3.1 16.5 5. Table 132 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.0 3.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 5.5 6. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .450 300 .7 12.0 3.0 4.74 5. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.0 3.0 5.8 60.8 2.95 1.6 29.4 4.0 9.0 7.6 11.0 6.8 54.0 450 .8 7.05 3.4 9.0 1.

004 .6 75.5 9.5 8.0 6. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.0 35.450 100 .2 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.3 59.8 6. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.8 83.0 8.0 320 260 200 180 150 150 130 120 110 110 90 80 60 110 3.5 8.600 0.3 55.0 8. With the given cutting speeds.4 0.0 8.7 300 .3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.2 62.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMY Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMY.9 450 .6 79.0 32.5 4.0 8.0 8. cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.8 87.7 29.2 79.7 38.3 71.2 65.6 32.9 9.5 9.3 55.5 35.6 0. Table 133 d 186 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.5 9.3 58.0 9.1 5.5 4. GRICUT® 8480-PMYF 9029 F dm.0 8. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.3 31.5 8.2 0. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Heating nozzle Size GRIESON® pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] ® ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Nozzle clearance [mm] ] Cutting kerf width [mm] ] GRIESON® consumption 3 ] [m /h] Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 100 .0 36.300 0. Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.0 8.28092.2 62.3 38.8 83.6 52.3 29.7 6.600 0.5 %.6 75.

05 0. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.2 2.5 10.12 10 .004 187 .08 0.14 GRIESON consumption [m /h] ] 2.08 0. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] 50 100 150 200 250 300 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 Cutting nozzle Size GRIESON Pressure [bar] ] 0.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF.8 3.0 9.13 11 .10 8 .15 0.5 Cutting oxygen pressure [bar] ] 5.8 3.10 0.300 0.0 6.5 4. Table 134 d Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.11077 0.9 3.2 2.20 ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT® 8480-PMYF ® ® Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] 716.5 7.13 12 .8 3.10 0.0 7.6 6.5 %.0 6. With the given cutting speeds cut surfaces of the quality class I according to EN ISO 9013 are achieved .0 7.5 8.3 % and oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.0 Cutting speed [mm/min] ] 360 320 260 200 170 150 150 130 110 100 90 75 60 Nozzle clearance [mm] ] 50 .08 0.9 2.05 0.10 10 .600 716. in case of shape cutting involving small radii.15 0.provided that suitable flame cutting machines are used.12 10 .11076 50 .12 11 .03 0.5 5. GRICUT® 300/600-PMYF 9088 F dm.08 0. The cutting speeds stated are to be reduced by 10 % approx.6 5.0 7.2 300 . Satisfactory cuts on plates and sheets free from cavities and cracks can only be achieved with clean and undamaged nozzles.75 Cutting kerf width [mm] ] 5-7 5-7 7-8 7-8 8 .8 4.28092.5 9.5 8.03 0.0 8.0 3 ® Heating oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 2 4 Cutting oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 32 38 41 43 46 49 60 63 68 72 76 80 83 Total oxygen consumption 3 [m /h] ] 34 40 43 45 48 51 64 67 72 76 80 84 87 The table indicates standard values based on the use of plain steel with a carbon content of up to 0.14 12 . 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.

197 0.44 2 C [%] 0.3 Filling volume [sec.5 175 .03 Si [%] 0.Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF Operating data for powder machine cutting nozzles AC 41-PMY.9 1.12 The table indicates standard values based on the use of oxygen with a minimum purity of 99.5 % and flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT→.2 4.3 44./50g] 39. 3 The consumption data indicated in m /h apply to the standard condition as per DIN 1343.3 10 .2 27.75 5.10 10 .0 120 110 100 80 75 70 60 50 40 40 9.4 20.01050 3. no.01090 5.014 0.7 29.40 12 0.5 13.01060 703.0 42. The pressures stated are excess pressures measured at the torch inlet.8 0.2 8 .0 Apparent density [g/cm ] 2.225 552.300 552.8 19.12 17 1.04 Chemical analysis Mn P S H2-loss [%] [%] [%] [%] 0.1 2.5 4.0 6.0 30 . kg 06/276 2000 Powder screen analysis [µm] > 400 > 315 > 200 > 160 > 100 > 63 > 40 < 40 [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] [%] 3.462.5 1.6 5.28092. Table 135 d 188 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722.5 10 .175 552.300 0.24 Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY 9088 F dm.6 45. Satisfactory powder cuts can only be achieved with clean and undamaged cutting nozzles and powder sleeves.7 14. Specification of flame cutting iron powder type GRISINT (art. fuel gas GRIESON Workpiece thickness [mm] ] Cutting nozzle Size Powder sleeve Size GRIESON® Pressure [bar] ] Heating oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting Oxygen pressure [bar] ] Cutting speed [mm/min] ] Nozzle clearance [mm] ] ® ® Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Cutting kerf width [mm] ] GRIESON® Consumption ] [m3/h] Heating oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Cutting oxygen consumption ] [m3/h] Total oxygen consumption ] [m3/ h] Powder consumption [kg/h] 125 150 175 175 200 225 225 250 275 300 125 .4 Flow behaviour [sec.004) Powder analysis No.04032 225 . 0.004 .8 9.6 3./100g] 41.5 4.015 0.

fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles A-RS. fuel gas Mapp gas ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF. fuel gas propane ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF. fuel gas methane ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF. fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles A-CID. fuel gas GRIESON ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas methane ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF. fuel gas GRIESON ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas GRIESON ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF.28092. fuel gas GRIESON ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF. fuel gas Mapp gas ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF. fuel gas GRIESON ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF. methyl-acetylene-propadiene mixtures (Mapp gas etc. fuel gas propane ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMY. fuel gas propane ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Index Contents Cutting by means of triple-torch assemblies Cutting speed Description of processes and equipment Flame cuting nozzles PL-RC. fuel gas propane ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF. fuel gas Mapp gas ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8480-PMYF. fuel gas Mapp gas ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMYF. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC.) Gas supply to the machine General remarks Hoses and connections Igniting and adjusting the torch flames Machine cutting torches . fuel gas methane ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. fuel gas GRIESON ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. fuel gas propane ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 300/600-PMY. fuel gas GRIESON ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1230-PMYF. fuel gas GRIESON Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC. fuel gas propane ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF. fuel gas acetylene Flame cutting nozzles Fuel gas Acetylene Fuel gas Propane.Spare parts Machine cutting torches 4 22 24 7 138 78 67 59 105 175 124 92 179 156 101 109 187 164 136 185 162 134 107 77 151 128 96 170 184 142 119 87 161 133 106 186 163 135 108 183 160 115 83 166 111 79 72 63 33 34 35 7 10 8 14 32 26 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. fuel gas propane ® Flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1210-A. fuel gas Mapp gas ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas propane ® Flame cutting nozzles PL-RC. fuel gas methane ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas methane Flame cutting nozzles LP-N. fuel gas Mapp gas ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF. fuel gas propane ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5310-A. fuel gas propane ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMY. fuel gas methane ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF.004 189 . methane (natural gas). fuel gas Mapp gas ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles AC 41-A. fuel gas acetylene ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1210-PYF. fuel gas Mapp gas Flame cutting nozzles LP-N. fuel gas methane ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 5281-PMY. fuel gas propane ® ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT DB 1270-PYF. fuel gas acetylene ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8280-PMYF. fuel gas acetylene ® Flame cutting nozzles VADURA 1215-A. fuel gas methane ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 8281-PMYF. fuel gas GRIESON ® Flame cutting nozzles GRICUT 1270-PYF.

28092. fuel gas Mapp gas Pressure regulators Process Safety Selecting the hole-piercing position and cutting direction Selecting the nozzles Setting the gas pressures Starting the cut and hole piercing Starting-up and maintenance 39 13 16 9 45 45 26 188 137 110 165 8 7 10 17 12 12 21 12 190 Messer Cutting & Welding GmbH 722. fuel gas propane Powder nozzle AC 41-PMYF. fuel gas methane Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY.Oxy-Fuel Cutting Techniques for Flame Cutting Machines Index Maintenance instructions for flame cutting nozzles Maintenance of the pressure regulators Maintenance Nonreturn valves Operating data for machine flame cutting nozzles Overview of flame cutting nozzles Overview ® Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY. fuel gas GRIESON Powder nozzle AC 41-PMY.004 .

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