Ok. Great! You’ve gotten your welder, and read and reread your manual right? No? Well, please go back and read the previous blog and read your manual. But even if you have read your manual, noted it and done everything we recommend to do, you are not quite yet ready to weld if you’ve ignored the safety section and neglected to put into action.
I’ve got a sooty weld. Help!If you’ve ever welded more than a half dozen times, there’s probably a good chance that you’ve encountered a common welding issue of a sooty weld. Sooty, dirty looking welds can be a caused by a multitude of things. A sooty weld from stick welding is somewhat normal, as long is it not caked on and is consistent. The soot should not be heavy unless you are welding galvanized material, in which case the arc may seem to be bright, and the residue, or soot left behind is white and yellow.
Getting the most out of our tech support department.One day you may be welding along fine and the next, the welder may not power up or the arc won’t strike for some reason. We hope that doesn’t happen, and it doesn’t happen often but it could possibly happen. We realize that this is the fear of every customer who purchases any kind of welding product from any manufacturer.
New digitally controlled Power TIG 250 EX TIG welderAs always, Everlast is out to bring you the welding products you desire, and offer it to you at the best price possible. Since last year year we’ve gone to work to make some major improvements in all of our welding product line. We’ve improved quite a number of our products by utilizing digital control. The Power TIG line of TIG welders is included in the new model rollout just in time for the fall project season.
Plasma cutting. A tip for cleaner cuts.Making a clean cut with a plasma cutter involves making sure everything is just right for the optimum cutting experience. But where do you start? What’s the most important thing to remember when trying to get a clean cut out of a plasma cutter? Making clean cuts with a plasma cutter starts with an ample supply of clean, dry air. It’s rather simple isn’t it? No? Of course not! If it was, you’d probably eliminate most issues with consumable wear, and jagged or beveled cuts.
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.