Local and National Companies That Use Our Technology

We wanted to take a second and share with you a few companies, local and national, that implement our plasma technology in their products or services. Some of these companies are recognized nationally and some are local “mom n pop” shops. Our technology and products can be used in a number of different ways and that’s one reason why people love us. 

Air Products – http://www.airproducts.com

air productsAir Products (NYSE:APD) is a world-leading Industrial Gases company celebrating 75 years of operation. The company’s core Industrial Gases business provides atmospheric and process gases and related equipment to manufacturing markets, including refining and petrochemical, metals, electronics, and food and beverage. Air Products is also the world’s leading supplier of liquefied natural gas process technology and equipment. The company’s Materials Technologies business serves the semiconductor, polyurethanes, cleaning and coatings, and adhesives industries. 

The company had fiscal 2015 sales of $9.9 billion and was ranked number 284 on the Fortune 500 annual list of public companies. Approximately 20,000 employees in 50 countries strive to make Air Products the world’s safest and best performing Industrial Gases company, providing sustainable offerings and excellent service to all customers.

MagneGas – http://magnegas.com

magne gas logoTampa-based MagneGas Corporation (NASDAQ: MNGA) is a technology Company that counts among its inventions, a patented process that converts liquid waste into hydrogen based fuels.

The Company currently sells MagneGas® into the metal working market as a faster, safer, and hotter replacement to acetylene. In addition, the Company is developing a variety of ancillary uses for MagneGas® fuels by utilizing its high flame temperature for co-combustion of hydrocarbon fuels and other advanced applications.

It is also selling equipment for the sterilization of bio-contaminated liquid waste (such as pig manure or leachates) for various industrial and agricultural markets.

St Louis Heating and Cooling – http://www.ETL-Hvac.com

St_Louis_Heating_and_Cooling_logoSt Louis Heating and Cooling is family owned and operated in the greater St Louis Metro Area for many years now. We strive to deliver 100% customer satisfaction and can help you with commercial or residential HVAC repairs and installations. 

Along with residential repairs and commercial repairs, St. Louis Heating and Cooling is also licensed to provide parts for the DIY people. They also have contracts with some of the largest companies in the St. Louis area to maintain their HVAC equipment . 

Repsol – http://www.repsol.com/ca_en

repsol logoRepsol is one of the world’s leading integrated oil and gas companies. We are present along the entire energy value chain, including exploration, production, refining, marketing, and new energy R&D.

Repsol’s corporate headquarters are located in Madrid, Spain, and our Canadian headquarters are in Calgary, Alberta. We operate in over 40 countries, with 25,000 employees worldwide.


WDCS Uses Our Technology Every Day

RCL Plasma just received a raving review of our products and technology by Water Damage Colorado Springs Company (WDCS) (WaterDamageColoradoSprings.co), in Colorado. They said they use our technology almost every day when they need to use their cutting torches for fabricating walls and repair equipment. They went on to say everything works flawlessly with the plasma cutters and there isn’t a better product on the market.

We knew WDCS was using our products for a while but we’re happy to hear back from them with good words.

There are now quite a few industries using our products daily with auto fabricators, construction crews, and HVAC companies making up the large majority.

So thank you again WDCS for the nice review and we look forward to hearing more good news about our products. You can find out more about WDCS and their flood damage mitigation processes on their website. Contact them at:

Water Damage Colorado Springs
322 Juanita Street #50
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
(719) 888-3500

Our RCL Plasma Process

Resorption Canada Limited’s Plasma Gasification Process is a new generation technology that has been, developed and introduced to minimize the known shortcomings experienced by other technologies. As a result it provides for specific size, cost, operability and operational characteristics giving advantages over other less than state-of-the-art-technologies. In addition to its cleaner environmental emission characteristics it possesses the following inherent unique features:


  • RCL’s Plasma Gasification system can handle any waste in any form without loss of destruction efficiency. This feature negates the requirement for additional treatment or disposal of the solid constituents of many waste materials, such as the contaminated steel drums that store PCB oils prior to disposal;
  • Resorption’s Plasma Gasification system requires an extremely small space compared to other disposal technologies. In addressing specific industrial waste problems. a plasma system can very often be installed within existing superstructure, or it can be installed largely underground for a more pleasing, aesthetic appearance, thereby enhancing public acceptance;
  • RCL’s Plasma Gasification system is modular and provides additional operability,plasma gasification maintainability and dependability advantages. Initial capacity can be geared directly to the specific requirement and the modularity feature can provide the desired growth as and when required at minimal cost;
  • Our Plasma Gasification produces a combustible gas as a discrete byproduct. This gas can be used as and when required; it can be used immediately, it can be stored for future use or it can be piped to a remote location for use. This is in marked contrast to incinerator installations that automatically produce steam regardless if the steam is needed;
  • The plasma torch is an independent heat source providing temperature controllability, heat transfer rate, and process variability benefits. The optimum characteristics can be set and readily maintained. This is not affected by the condition of the waste material;
  • RCL’s Plasma Gasification process is independent of the input moisture content; therefore, there is no loss of destruction efficiency if the moisture content varies;
  • Our Plasma Gasification process provides for the virtual complete removal of all carbon from the input material in marked contrast to incineration which can leave upwards of 30% unprocessed material in the ashes;
  • Resorption’s Plasma Gasification process provides an immense volume reduction ratio of slag to input material. This is in excess of 250:1 for as-received municipal waste (99.6% reduction), and 400:1 for boxed biomedical waste (>99.7% reduction). Other technologies offer approximately 5:1 (80% reduction), and;
  • Typically, mass reduction is in the 9:1 range; 9 tonnes of waste material in results in 1 tonne of glassy, inert, slag out.

To sum up, Resorption Canada Limited’s Plasma Gasification Process is the practical application of a energy by rcl plasmarevolutionary process. Hazardous, non-hazardous, whatever, waste is received, processed by Plasma Gasification and the result is two commercially viable products; an energy rich gas/petroleum feedstock and a totally inert, glassy slag. The gas can be use to generate power immediately or be stored for later use. It can also be used as a feedstock in the manufacture of methanol or other expensive fuel gases. The slag is suitable for many applications; rock wool, building material, Portland cement substitute and, of course, clean road aggregate or fill.

This is all done in a small building, with no stack and no emissions.

Two operational units are available for demonstrations at RCL’s Gloucester, Ontario facility. Off gas and plasma gas characterization is carried out and validated by 3rd party laboratories and/or government agencies. Demonstrations, waste processing with validated test results are performed on a scheduled basis.


In this video Rob will go over the differences between oxy-fuel welding vs plasma cutting.

Oxy-fuel welding (commonly called oxyacetylene welding, oxy welding, or gas welding in the U.S.) and oxy-fuel cutting are processes that use fuel gases and oxygen to weld and cut metals, respectively. French engineers Edmond Fouché and Charles Picard became the first to develop oxygen-acetylene welding in 1903.[1] Pure oxygen, instead of air, is used to increase the flame temperature to allow localized melting of the workpiece material (e.g. steel) in a room environment. A common propane/air flame burns at about 2,000 °C (3,630 °F), a propane/oxygen flame burns at about 2,500 °C (4,530 °F), and an acetylene/oxygen flame burns at about 3,500 °C (6,330 °F).

Oxy-fuel is one of the oldest welding processes, besides forge welding. Still used in industry, in recent decades it has been less widely utilized in industrial applications as other specifically devised technologies have been adopted. It is still widely used for welding pipes and tubes, as well as repair work. It is also frequently well-suited, and favored, for fabricating some types of metal-based artwork. As well, oxy-fuel has an advantage over electric welding and cutting processes in situations where accessing electricity (e.g., via an extension cord or portable generator) would present difficulties; it is more self-contained, in this sense — hence “more portable”.In oxy-fuel welding, a welding torch is used to weld metals. Welding metal results when two pieces are heated to a temperature that produces a shared pool of molten metal. The molten pool is generally supplied with additional metal called filler. Filler material depends upon the metals to be welded.

In oxy-fuel cutting, a torch is used to heat metal to its kindling temperature. A stream of oxygen is then trained on the metal, burning it into a metal oxide that flows out of the kerf as slag.[2] Sometimes called a “Gas Axe”.

Torches that do not mix fuel with oxygen (combining, instead, atmospheric air) are not considered oxy-fuel torches and can typically be identified by a single tank (Oxy-fuel cutting requires two isolated supplies, fuel and oxygen). Most metals cannot be melted with a single-tank torch. As such, single-tank torches are typically used only for soldering and brazing, rather than welding.

You Need This Tool – Episode 28 | The Plasma Cutter

You Need This Tool – Episode 28 | The Plasma Cutter
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Plasma Cutting With a Generator / Engine Drive & Hypertherm Powermax30 Air One Year Update!

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Can You Cut Your Finger Off with a Plasma Cutter?

Can You Cut Your Finger Off with a Plasma Cutter?
In this video I want to answer the age old question… Can you cut your finger off with a plasma cutter? Plasma is in your blood right?
I guess you’ll have to watch the video to find out.

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Build a Plasma Cutter Pantograph!

Build a Plasma Cutter Pantograph!
I need a way to make clean and repeatable cuts with my plasma cutter. A CNC is a great answer that I don’t have space for. Here is a compact and inexpensive solution to the problem. It is more accurately named a pattern follower because you make plywood patterns that it can cut over and over again.

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Plasma Cutting: “What Could Possibly Go Wrong?!” – Kevin Caron

Plasma Cutting: “What Could Possibly Go Wrong?!” – Kevin Caron
From http://www.kevincaron.com – Artist Kevin Caron points out some of the mistakes to avoid when using a plasma cutter to cut metal ….

Caron is working on a new fountain and needs to cut some metal to skin the sides of the water feature’s arch. That makes this a good time to discuss some problems to avoid when using a plasma cutter.

The first thing you want to do is make sure your plasma cutter is plugged in and that you have air. Make sure your compressor is running and that you have your air pressure set right not only on your compressor but also on your machine for whatever you are cutting.

What are the right settings? Caron is cutting some 1/8″ mild steel plate, so he has his amperage set at about 32. The air pressure is still set at 90 PSI because he was cutting some half-inch plate recently, so he’s going to back it off to about 55 PSI. He just put a brand new nozzle and electrode on the cutting torch – they’re small (about an .030) so he doesn’t need a lot of amperage or air pressure. He’s just cutting something thin, so that’s about right for this job.

How do you know how to set it? Caron called George at George’s Plasma Cutter Shop and spent some time talking about tip sizes, pressures, amperages, etc. But you can also just get online and search for “correct plasma cutter amperage air pressure settings” or go to http://www.weld.com and ask on the Weekend Warrior forum – there are a lot of knowledgeable people there who can help.

Now that your machine is set up and your settings are adjusted, you have your ground hooked up, your metal clamped down and marked where you want to cut, it’s time to get suited up with safety equipment. Use dark glasses, gloves, a jacket and proper clothing – don’t try to plasma cut in shorts, sneaker, fabric boots, etc. Wear leather boots – there’re a lot of hot sparks and molten metal flying.

When you check on your air compressor and hook up your air to the machine, make sure you have a water separator somewhere in the line. The AHP AlphaCUT 60 he is using has a water separator built in to the machine, but if it’s an older plasma cutter, it may not have one. So you either need a water separator that goes on the back of the machine, one that goes on your air compressor or somewhere. You want clean, dry air – it’ll help your plasma cutter last longer.

Caron shows a big water separator he put on a couple of years ago when he had a plasma cutter that didn’t have a built in one. He just left this one on – two water separators are even better!

It’s time to make sparks! Caron urges viewers not to try to freehand the cut. No matter how young or steady you are, you aren’t going to get the smoothest cut you can. You can use a pair of “training wheels,” use a straight edge, or even just brace a finger or hand to keep your plasma cutting torch steady.

Caron braces his hand on his work and cuts a curve – until he starts coughing. “Oh! I forgot something,” he admits, and puts on a respirator before he finishes his cut.

So these are some tips and tricks that will give you better cuts, make your machine last longer, and reduce your stress and frustration.

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“Inspired sculpture for public & private places.”

Artist Kevin Caron has been sculpting full time since 2006. You can see his more than 45 commissions in public and private places coast-to-coast and online at http://www.kevincaron.com.

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Make it Extreme’s plasma cutter notcher

Make it Extreme’s plasma cutter notcher
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