Industrial plasma jet spray metal forming machines are used to create parts from a variety of metals, including aluminum, brass, and steel. The machine uses an electric arc to heat the metal until it becomes liquid. This liquid metal is then forced through a nozzle that creates a spray of tiny metal particles. The particles are so small that they can easily form intricate patterns in the metal.
Industrial plasma jet spray metal forming machines can cause a number of injuries, depending on the type of machine and the way it is used. Below are some of the most common types of injuries caused by these machines.
-Thorny projectiles: These projectiles are made up of tiny barbs that can cause serious lacerations if they hit someone in the eye or other vulnerable area
-Burns: The intense heat created by the plasma jet can cause burns on skin and even permanent damage to underlying tissues.
-Electric shocks: If a person is in close proximity to the rotating parts of a plasma jet spray metal forming machine, they may be subjected to an electric shock. This can be fatal if it happens at the wrong time.
If you have been injured by a plasma jet metal forming machine, contact an attorney that can help you file a claim and get the compensation that you deserve.