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    Default Everlast Welders - Welders and Plasma Cutters by Everlast

    Hello Members of TractorByNet,

    I'd like to introduce Everlast Welders as a proud sponsor of this welding
    forum. A lot of people may not be familiar with us. As a U.S. company that
    manufactures and distributes professional quality inverter welders and
    plasma cutters, our products are made to meet American and Canadian
    Specifications in our exclusive factories in China.

    We believe in the quality of our welders to the extent that we offer a 5
    year replacement warranty on all of our units, with a 30 day satisfaction
    guaranteed return policy.
    Also, we maintain a highly qualified technical
    support staff available to assist the customer 5 days a week and on most
    weekends. We also can assist our customers with technical welding related
    questions as well, whether its what welding rod to use or what settings to
    use to weld aluminum with TIG.

    While in our humble beginning, we offered an "off the shelve" product that
    was available from many clone factories in China, our company decided to
    part from the mass of importers, who made many wild and unsubstantiated
    claims of performance and durability. Our Power Series product line is not
    a cloned or copied product line, even to the point that much of it is patent
    protected. We take pride in that fact. Our customers come to us from a
    wide horizon. We have professionals in the industry and home hobbyists. We
    have fabricators and we have pipe liners. We have motorsports facilities
    and we have ship yards. We have the part timer and the full timer. We have
    farmers and we have loggers. An Everlast unit is likely to go anywhere when
    it is shipped, from Alaska to the Bahamas. Our Canadian division spans all
    of Canada with its sales and support as well.

    Although the Everlast company has been around now for about 5 years, we
    realize it's is not that long compared to many brands. However, our company
    has learned, grown and evolved during that time to make it one of the
    fastest growing welding product companies in the U.S. by continually
    releasing and supporting new products that meets the customers' demands.
    Our product stands on its own, ready to go head to head with the
    competition. Our latest line of Power Series welders and plasma cutters
    feature IGBT electronics from Infineon. Everlast is the first import
    manufactured company in the U.S. to have a fully integrated line of IGBT
    powered inverter products throughout its entire product line, and to fully
    incorporate IGBT modules into its' premium units. The Power Series from
    Everlast also offers high duty cycles that meet and exceed most of the
    industry at the same amperage.

    We do offer a full and portable product line of Stick, Tig, and Mig product
    line:

    TIG/Stick welders:

    PowerTig 200DX (200 amp AC/DC Tig with Pulse, 160 amp stick)

    PowerTig 225LX (225 amp AC/DC Tig with Pulse, 175 amp stick)

    PowerTig 250EX ( 250 amp AC/DC Tig with Pulse, 200 amp stick)

    Power I-Tig 200 (200 amp DC tig with pulse, 160 amp stick)

    MIG/Stick welders:

    Power I-MIG 160 ( 160 amp with spool gun port and arc force control, 160 amp
    stick feature)

    Power I-MIG 200 (200 amp with spool gun port and arc force control, 200 amp
    stick feature)

    Power I-MIG 205 ( 225 amp with spool gun port and arc force control, 200 amp
    stick feature)

    Power I-MIG 250P (250 amp with pulse, burn back , arc force and spot timer)

    Stick welders:

    PowerARC 160 (DC with adaptive arc force control/ hot start and 6010 easy
    burn capabilities)

    PowerARC 200 (DC with adaptive arc force control/ hot start and 6010 easy
    burn capabilities)

    Plasma Cutters:

    PowerPlasma 50, 60, 70, 80, and 100.

    Multi Process units (TIG, Stick, and Plasma cutting)

    PowerPro 205 (200 amp AC/DC Tig with 50 amp plasma cutter, 160 amp stick)

    PowerPro 256 (AC/DC Tig with 60 amp plasma cutter, 200 amp stick)

    PowerUltra 205 (DC with 50 amp plasma, 160 amp stick)

    I'll be around to answer any questions about Everlast products, welding in
    general and to participate in the rest of the tractor forums. I am quite
    knowledgeable in tractor repair, maintenance, and specialize in odd or hard
    to find tractors. I might even have a shop manual or two laying around.

    If you have any questions, please let me know. You can call me any time at (877) 755-WELD (9353) ext 204 or by e-mail at performance@everlastwelders.com.

    Hope to see you soon on the forums!

    Thank you!
    Last edited by Muhammad; 03-24-2011 at 09:07 PM.
    Mark Lugo
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    http://www.everlastgenerators.com/

    Need a welder? Give me a call at (877) 755-9353 ext 204!

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    My Virus Blocker Blocks your Links and says they contain Malicious Software. Help me out here. Iwould like to see some of this stuff. ( I have been selling Welding and Cutting Equipment for 25 yrs.)

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    Default Re: Everlast Welders

    YoMax,

    That's the first I have heard of any malware associated with our site. I am checking it out right now, but none of three major (good) virus/malware programs is picking up anything. I am subject just as you are to it, and have a call into the web masters. I am inserting a few units so you can see them. If you need any specs I can give you any you'd like to have.
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    Need a welder? Give me a call at (877) 755-9353 ext 204!

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    Default Re: Everlast Welders

    Here are a few more.
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    Need a welder? Give me a call at (877) 755-9353 ext 204!

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    Default Re: Everlast Welders

    Here are a few more. I have lots, but I don't want to "flood" the thread.
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    Mark Lugo
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    Default Re: Everlast Welders

    Where are these welders made?

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    Default Re: Everlast Welders

    The Welders are made in China from German, US, Japanese, Thai, and Chinese and other world sourced components. They meet ISO 9002 manufacturing standards and are CE and CSA certified. They also have several patented technological components.

    Several "major" welding companies in the US are importing Chinese welders, such as Thermal Arc and Lincoln with their subsidiary Century. Other companies are using Chinese components as well.
    Mark Lugo
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    Need a welder? Give me a call at (877) 755-9353 ext 204!

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    The Bells and Whistles are all there. You are correct in that "ALL" manufactures are using import components. No-one builds welders from Scratch in the USA anymore. They source parts from all over the world and assemble in the US plants. They buy Boards from those who make boards and Drive Motors from those who make drive motors. Put it all together and you have Miller, Lincoln, Thermal Arc, ESAB etc. One of the nice things about Import Welders is that they often have a "Replacement" Warranty. Nothing wrong with getting a Brand New Welder if something happens.

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    Default Re: Everlast Welders

    Most of the boards on our units are built in-house from "name brand" components. Infineon supplies the IGBT's and IGBT modules that go into the unit, as well as other electronic name brands such as panasonic, and fairchild.
    Mark Lugo
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    Need a welder? Give me a call at (877) 755-9353 ext 204!

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    Default Re: Everlast Welders

    Thanks for sponsoring the forum!

    Now I have, yet another, tool to save up for

    I wish you'd have sponsored the forum about 4 months ago, I could have had one "do all" unit! Oh well, I like the MM251 I have but want a Plasma/Stick as well and I think the PP205 is just the thing!
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