17 Series (150A) air-cooled TIG welding torch with a 25 Dinse (3/8" OD) adapter for power/current supply and a 9mm quick connect/disconnect gas fitting.
Nothing makes TIG welding easier than a high-quality TIG torch with a flexible cable. Our air-cooled torches feature a one piece cable design constructed from an extremely flexible, silicon rubber hose with a nylon, braided weave overlay. The cables even stay flexible in cold weather; the cable design puts much less strain on your wrist and makes the torch feel lighter.
Available with a standard rigid neck, a flex neck, or a swivel head and in 12.5' and 25' lengths. Includes a back cap and a heat shield. Collets, collet bodies, alumina cups, and tungsten sold separately.
Please Note: Everlast changes their Dinse connections often. You will need to measure the Dinse receptacle on your machine to order the correct size.
For consumables, please visit the following links:
17 Series Air-Cooled Alumina Short Consumables
17 Series Air-Cooled Alumina Standard Consumables
17 Series Air-Cooled Gas Lens Consumables
17 Series Air-Cooled Pyrex Large Diameter Consumables
17 Series Air-Cooled Pyrex Short Consumables
17 Series Air-Cooled Pyrex Standard Consumables
Note regarding swivel head TIG torches: If you do not tighten your swivel head torch head enough, the loose connection can cause overheating and arcing. Arc damage and melting at the brass surfaces underneath the adjustment stem and swivel head, as well as those on the torch body, can occur. If those surfaces are compromised, the body, head, and adjustment stem will all need replacement.
Recommended tightening procedure:
1. Position the torch head 90º counter-clockwise from the desired position.
2. Tighten the adjustment stem by hand until snug.
3. Turn the torch head* 90º clockwise until firmly tight.
*Do not use the adjustment stem for the final tightening of the torch head to the torch body, only use the torch head to do so.
CA Prop 65 - For Residents of California
Warning: Welding and cutting equipment, accessories, and fumes can expose you to chemicals, including Chromium (Hexavalent Compounds), Lead, and Nickel, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, please visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.