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    Question Dimensions

    NOTE: Go to the "last" post in this THREAD for the current latest dimensions of all Everlast Welders and Plasma Cutters.

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    After looking through the manuals and on the website, most of the units only have the weight, and not the physical dimensions. It would be great if there was a place to look up that info. I can see the 140 is really small, but just how small. And how does a PowerPro 256 compare to a PowerTig 250EX vs. a 210EXT. While the EXT has dimensions, only an older version of the EX manual has them. It seems to me that they should be included in the specification on the web page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambozo View Post
    After looking through the manuals and on the website, most of the units only have the weight, and not the physical dimensions. It would be great if there was a place to look up that info. I can see the 140 is really small, but just how small. And how does a PowerPro 256 compare to a PowerTig 250EX vs. a 210EXT. While the EXT has dimensions, only an older version of the EX manual has them. It seems to me that they should be included in the specification on the web page.
    i couldn't agree more. i had to pull teeth to get dim's on 250 EX. doesn't anyone own a tape measure? it was important too me since i have a service truck with multiple compartments and i was hoping to place it in a compartment. something i can't do with my miller inverter. placed in the box i can keep it at ground level and don't have to go climbing in the back into a gang box to pull it out.

    seems so easy but obviously, since nothing has changed, it's not.

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    If I remember (most are here on the forum by the way; but hard to locate), I will get with Mark and Ray and we can post them all in the tech bulletin area until the web group has time to post them.

    Here are some... I will get the 160STH and PP60 later, if others want to add to this..

    Cooler http://www.everlastgenerators.com/fo...ght=dimensions

    PP205 - 256 http://www.everlastgenerators.com/fo...ght=dimensions

    IMIG 205P http://www.everlastgenerators.com/fo...ght=dimensions

    225LX 250EX http://www.everlastgenerators.com/fo...ght=dimensions

    IMIG200 and 205 http://www.everlastgenerators.com/fo...ght=dimensions
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    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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    The PowerPro and PowerTig dimensions are identical except 185/i tig 200...so are the PowerPlasma 60-80.

    But most of the dimensions are listed for most units in the product brochures on the site.

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    PowerCool W300 = 450mm x 250mm x 355mm (L x W x H)

    PowerTig 210EXT = 490mm x 240mm x 470mm (L x W x H)

    PowerTig 250EXT = 700mm x 340mm x 680mm (L x W x H)
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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    The PowerPro and PowerTig dimensions are identical except 185/i tig 200...so are the PowerPlasma 60-80.

    But most of the dimensions are listed for most units in the product brochures on the site.
    I kinda figured some shared the same case, but I didn't know for sure. Where are these brochures? I downloaded manuals that had dimensions for some.

    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    If I remember (most are here on the forum by the way; but hard to locate), I will get with Mark and Ray and we can post them all in the tech bulletin area until the web group has time to post them.
    I will agree with the hard to locate. I guessed many were on the forum, but the "helpful" search engine strips off short words like 256 and 140 so all I could do was search the word dimensions. That returned a ton of irrelevant hits. Even the advanced search had the same limitations. It doesn't help that the model names are entered in so many ways that the number is about the only thing you can count on.
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    Brochures are linked into the details page on each individual unit...Somewhere around the price.

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    PowerTIG 200DX: 9”Wx24”Lx17”H
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    Quote Originally Posted by performance View Post
    Brochures are linked into the details page on each individual unit...Somewhere around the price.
    Some have a downloadable specs sheet, but they only repeat what is on the website, and do not include the dimensions. Usually just electrical specs.
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    Not sure how accurate these measurements are but found a few in the service manuals and specifications pdf links.

    PowerCool W300 = 17.7Lx9.8Wx14.0H in. (450x250x355mm)

    PowerI-Tig 200 = 16.7Lx7.7Wx12.5H in (425×195×310mm)

    PowerI-Tig 250 = 16.7Lx7.7Wx12.5H in. (425×195×310mm)

    PowerTig200DX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)

    PowerTig250DX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)

    PowerTig200LX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)

    PowerTig250LX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)

    PowerTig200EX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)

    PowerTig250EX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)

    PowerTig315DX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)

    PowerTig 210EXT = 19.3Lx9.5Wx18.5H in. (490x240x470mm)

    PowerTig 250EXT = 27.6Lx13.4Wx26.8H in. (700x340x680mm)


    PowerTig 315EXT = 27.6Lx13.4Wx26.8H in. (700x340x680mm)

    Power I-Mig 160 = 16Lx7.5Wx15H in. (405x190x380mm)

    Power I-Mig 200 = 16Lx7.5Wx15H in. (405x190x380mm)

    Power I-Mig 205 = 20Lx12.5Wx13.5H in. (510x320x345mm)

    Power I-Mig 205P = 20Lx12.5Wx13.5H in (510x320x345mm)

    Power I-Mig 250P = 31Lx19Wx29H in. (785x480x735mm)

    PowerMaster205 = 16.9Lx7.9Hx11.4W in.(430x200x290 mm)

    PowerMaster226 = 16.9Lx7.9Hx11.4W in.(430x200x290 mm)

    PowerUltra 164 =

    PowerUltra 185 =

    PowerUltra 205 = 16.9x8.3x12.2in. (430×210×310mm)

    PowerUltra 205P = 16.9x8.3x12.2in. (430×210×310mm)

    PowerPro 164 =

    PowerPro 205 =

    PowerPro 256 =

    MTS 160 =

    MTS 200S =
    PowerTig 250EXT ordered on 2/20/12 - AluMig~250P - MasterTig~250AC - Matco Mig~Spot Welder - Giaintec CAT250D - Harris Steelworker Oxy/Acet - Henrob DHC 2000 - Van Norman CB1401 - Lagun FTV1 Mill - CM Mill/Drill - CM 13x40 Lathe - CM 7x12 Bandsaw - CM 6x48 Belt Sander - CM 12 Disc Sander - Baldor 3/4HP Buffer - TP 960 Blast Cab - 48~Box & Pan Break - 52~Foot Shear - 20~Ton Press - 80~Gal 7.5HP Compressor - 9' Snap On Tool Box - 30' Stainless Tool Box Workbench - 3M Speedglas 9100Xx

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    X83 That is awesome finally the dimensions all in one place. I have the Power Pro 205 and the dimensions (inches) are 24Lx16.5Hx9W, the 24L includes the pressure regulator/water trap.
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    Thanks, I was looking through some of that material. When I compared specs in the manuals I could tell some were older models and not correct. For example for The Power I-Tig 200 I can find different dimensions depending on where I look. 17x8x12.5 in seems to be the older model while 9”Wx24”Lx17”H is shown with what looks like the newer photograph. Then everyone has their own method of measuring and rounding. Even the metric-english conversions have significant rounding errors or something. It all depends on the units used to measure and how it was converted. Because of rounded cases, handles, knobs, etc. it would be nice if there was a standard way to measure and a common level of precision. For most things like this I would say give the overall dimensions of a box that will contain the unit without any plugs or attachments, but including all handles, feet, and knobs. Precision should probably be .1" or 2 mm or better. Like fdcmiami said, being able to find out if something will fit where you intend to put it is kinda a big deal. It's not like people can walk into a showroom and measure one of these. From what I understand there was a list at one time but due to a computer crash it was lost.

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    We can keep adding to the list X83 took the time to make up (thanks), and make corrections if needed. PM me any changes rather posting so we keep this as the end. We can move it later to tech bulletins or someplace and sticky it.

    I corrected the 205P, added 4 missing ones (140STH, Power Plasmas, etc). We need Power Plasma 50 in there. Also, took a couple other individuals posts and moved their numbers here.

    PowerCool W300 = 17.7Lx9.8Wx14.0H in. (450x250x355mm)

    Power Plasma 50 =
    12.5"H 7.5"w 17"L to the end of the hose barb
    Power Plasma 60-80 = 17"H x 9"W x 21"D (hand measured)

    Power ARC 140 =
    9.5"H x 5.125"W x 11.625"D
    Power ARC 160STH = 12"H x 12"D x 6.5"W (hand measured)

    Power ARC 200 =
    Power ARC 300 =
    21.5L x 9W x 18H

    Power I-Tig 200 = 16.7Lx7.7Wx12.5H in (425×195×310mm)
    Power I-Tig 250 = 16.7Lx7.7Wx12.5H in. (425×195×310mm)
    Power Tig200DX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)
    Power Tig250DX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)
    Power Tig200LX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)
    Power Tig250LX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)
    Power Tig200EX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)
    Power Tig250EX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)
    Power Tig315DX = 20.2Lx8.6Wx15.5H in. (515x220x395mm)

    Power Tig 210EXT = 19.3Lx9.5Wx18.5H in. (490x240x470mm) (mine, with my tape is
    8.5"W x 16"H x 18"D )
    Power Tig 255EXT = 22L x 9.W x 17H in.
    Power Tig 315EXT = 27.6Lx13.4Wx26.8H in. (700x340x680mm)

    Power I-Mig 160 = 16Lx7.5Wx15H in. (405x190x380mm)
    Power I-Mig 200 = 16Lx7.5Wx15H in. (405x190x380mm)
    I got 8"W x 15.5"H 16.25"D (hand measure)
    Power I-Mig 205 = 20Lx12.5Wx13.5H in. (510x320x345mm)
    Power I-Mig 205P = 21"H x 20"D x 9.25W
    Power I-Mig 250P = 31Lx19Wx29H in. (785x480x735mm)

    PowerMaster205 = 16.9Lx7.9Hx11.4W in.(430x200x290 mm)
    PowerMaster226 = 16.9Lx7.9Hx11.4W in.(430x200x290 mm)

    PowerUltra 164 =
    PowerUltra 185 =
    PowerUltra 205 = 16.9x8.3x12.2in. (430×210×310mm)
    PowerUltra 205P = 16.9x8.3x12.2in. (430×210×310mm)

    PowerPro 164 =

    PowerPro 205 =
    24Lx16.5Hx9W (24L is with pressure reg)
    PowerPro 256 = 24Lx16.5Hx9W (24L is with pressure reg)

    MTS 160 =
    MTS 200S =

    MTS 400 = 25.6x25.5x11.5" (576x574x297mm)
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    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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