If you are looking for a plasma torch replacement for your Everlast PowerPlasma or SuperCut plasma cutter, be sure to select the plasma cutting torch that fits your unit. Don’t take for granted that one torch will interchange with the other. Each plasma torch is specifically made to replace the plasma cutting torch the plasma cutter or multi-process TIG/stick/Plasma unit was originally equipped with. There are some exceptions that will allow interchange, but please take note of the style fitting your plasma cutter or combination unit was originally equipped with.
Knowing the difference between blow back and High Frequency designs
When replacing the plasma cutter torch, whether it is a hand torch or a machine torch used for CNC work, don’t confuse blow back designs of Everlast plasma cutting torches with high frequency designs, (although appearance and design may be similar). If you are unsure of what type start your Everlast Plasma cutter has, take a look inside the torch head. If your existing torch components are fixed (besides the possible swirl ring), and the electrode doesn’t move in and out of the head itself, your torch is a high frequency start. If the components inside your torch move on a piston like part when finger pressure is applied, then you have a blow back start. All SuperCut plasma cutters use HF start. Replace your SuperCut torch with the closest type torch to what you currently have. Some handle designs on those HF models have changed but the torch head designs haven’t. If you have doubts about the type of torch you have, please call Everlast technical support to assist you in selecting the correct replacement torch.
Everlast provides a variety of welding products, including stick welders, TIG welders, MIG welders, wire feeders, welding consumables, plasma cutters, water coolers, welding protection equipments, guns and torches, and other accessories.
Accessories and Parts
Everlast offers a wide variety of welding parts and accessories.
Consumables are important components for manufacturing industries and the overall welding process.
Guns and Torches
There is a variety of welding equipment, which includes a wide range of guns, gears and torches. Each piece of equipment serves a different purpose. For example: MIG welding will require different equipment from plasma cutting processes.
Helmets and Safety
Investing in the right welding helmet is a smart and convenient way to enjoy added protection. Still, welding is a potentially dangerous activity, forcing welders to avoid burns, electric shock, eye damage, poisonous fumes, and overexposure to ultraviolet light and radiation. Everlast safety helmets are thus a necessity for welders.