Detailed Product Description
J.B. Technical Services, Inc. Water Table $25,000
We purchased it new in 2014 and it has never been used. It has been stored in our insulated shop, out of all weather. Brand new this would run $30,995 before tax & freight today. Included with the sale of the table is 70 gallons of plasma quench 44 that cost $1,000 back in 2014 and neither of the seals on the two barrels (55 gal. drum & 15 gal. drum) have been broken. This package is priced below market value.
Specifications of water table:
Overall Length - Inside 21'-0" Outside 22'-4"
Overall Width - Inside 10'-6" Outside 10'-10"
Table height to bottom of work piece is 26". 1" shims required to level the table during installation (not provided)
Overall height from floor to bottom of work piece is 27".
Tank sidewall dimension above bottom of work piece 6".
Maximum plate thickness to be cut 4".
1/4" x 4" table bars, spaced on nominal 8" centers.
Two (2) pivot frame assemblies, each with cutting bars mounted vertically on a bottom plate, provide stability and support. This bottom plate will also retain small parts which may fall between cutting bars. In addition, the bottom support plate will provide the operator safe access to the table, if required. When a pivot frame is elevated, the slag and drops transfer to integral waste containers.
Table includes four (4) portable slag collection containers which are easily removable for convenience in cleaning.
Table is equipped with an Automatic Water Level Control providing 3-position control of water level to facilitate table cleaning and plate processing. The various cutting processes; oxy-fuel, water muffler plasma, and underwater plasma; each require a different water level. Response time between lower water and high water position ranges from 30-90 seconds depending on table size and shop air available.
Table is painted one (1) coat shop primer, and one (1) coat (exterior sidewalls only) finish machinery enamel.
About the Dealer
Symco Structural was created in 2006 when McCrea Stephens Services joined forces and merged with Matt York Construction to form a three way partnership between Matt York, Ross McCrea, and Josh Stephens. Through these years, Symco learned various trades and eventually established himself in the role of project foreman for a steel building contractor. This position founded the base of knowledge from which he would draw from to begin his own successful company in 1996, Matt York Construction, Inc.
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