CP-120 Series PlasmaGun Control Console
The CP-120 Control Console produces high-quality plasma sprayed coatings typically seen on systems several times more costly. It features the time tested concepts of compact styling, simplified operation,
and minimal maintenance, while allowing the plasma console to be positioned as close to the workplace as possible. The operation of all required utility functions are controlled and monitored at the
workplace. In critical areas, audio as well as visual indications are given.
While the CP-120 can be integrated with a variety of plasma power supplies, it is commonly used with the dependable and versatile Bay State PS-2010 30/60 Kw power source, or as a component of the Bay
State portable palletized system. When using Bay State plasma guns, a full scope of coatings can be applied, including Ceramics, Metals, and Carbides.
The CP-120 incorporates new features to control and monitor plasma gases. The system monitors pressure of any of the plasma forming gas or gas mixtures, and provides the ability to operate with multiple
mixing gases. Using percentage meters and charts, a single meter can be used to set all gas flows in English or Metric units.
Featured in the electrical control and monitoring circuits is a new and highly accurate digital readout for both voltage and current. At a glance, voltage and current can be monitored or controlled at the
point of operation. Control of water cooling system, essential to protection and efficient operation of a plasma spray gun, is provided by circuitry in the control console. By interconnecting with a flow
switch kit, booster pump or closed-loop heat exchanger, circuitry is provided to automatically shutdown the PlasmaGun operation should the water system fail. The monitoring system provides both visual
and audio indicators. This is done without the need for water to flow through the control console itself. The CP-120 Control Console provides simplified operation of every aspect of the plasma spraying
operation. By virtue of gas, electrical, and water control and monitoring, all important spray parameters can be maximized. It puts ease and simplicity into the operation of plasma spraying.