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  1. Default Looking to buy a tig welder

    Hi. I am on a search for a new tig welder and got interested in the Everlast machines. Now i have some questions wich i was hoping to get the awnsers here.

    I live in the Netherlands and i cant find a dealer here close except for a guy on Ebay that ships from Finland. Is that a oficial dealer? And are the Everlast machines able to work on 380v 3 phase. Problem is that i am looking for a machine whit 250A or 300A output. And the used network here is 220v on each phase whit a max of 16A. Thats why you cant find any welding machines here on a single phase whit more that 200A power. Whit the 380V i mean 220v on the hot wires to neutral and 380V between each hotwire

    Thanks

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    Yeah,

    There's the R-Tech brand that approximates Everlast units, although they don't seem to support 3-phase. But this one unit would do 260 amps on Single-phase.

    R-Tech.jpg

    Since R-Tech is marketed in the UK, maybe it would be easy to purchase and get support for with just a ferry ride, at least while the UK is still somewhat part of the EU.

    http://www.r-techwelding.co.uk/weldi...nt/tig-welder/

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaimie View Post
    Hi. I am on a search for a new tig welder and got interested in the Everlast machines. Now i have some questions wich i was hoping to get the awnsers here.

    I live in the Netherlands and i cant find a dealer here close except for a guy on Ebay that ships from Finland. Is that a oficial dealer? And are the Everlast machines able to work on 380v 3 phase. Problem is that i am looking for a machine whit 250A or 300A output. And the used network here is 220v on each phase whit a max of 16A. Thats why you cant find any welding machines here on a single phase whit more that 200A power. Whit the 380V i mean 220v on the hot wires to neutral and 380V between each hotwire

    Thanks
    Everlast 210 EXT (2015)

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    Finland is the distributor for Europe. The r tech units have significant internal differences.

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    Ok. R-tech looks intresting. But i am not sure if it is a good machine. And if the support is ok.
    Are the Everlast 255ext or 325ext running on the 3 phase network here?

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