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Everlast Plasma Cutters

PowerPlasma 60E


Availability: In stock
  • Easy starting with Pilot arc allows easy cutting of rusty and painted metals.
  • Cuts virtually any type of metal with ease.
  • Simple to use torches with inexpensive service parts and consumables.
  • High duty cycle @ 60% of rated amperage capacity.
  • Exceptionally clean, smooth cuts.
  • Adjustable Post Flow (power plasma only) control up to 60 seconds to improve consumable and torch life.
  • Front air pressure adjustment makes adjusting pressure easy and painless. (PowerPlasma only)
  • Front air pressure gauge allows quick verification of air pressure.
  • Over Current and Air Pressure light indicators keep you updated on your units operating condition.


PowerPlasma 50S


Availability: In stock
  • 50 Amps of professional cutting power
  • CNC port for light gauge CNC use
  • Blow-back start technology
  • Pilot Arc
  • Fairchild or Infineon IGBT Construction (non module)


PowerPlasma 60S


Availability: In stock
  • Easy starting with Blow Back Pilot arc allows easy cutting of rusty and painted metals
  • Cuts virtually any type of metal with ease
  • Simple to use torches with inexpensive service parts and consumables
  • Commercial class, 60% Duty cycle at 60 amps
  • Clean, smooth cuts with the genuine iPT 60 Torch
  • Blowback start starts arc without the need of High Frequency which can interfere with surrounding electronics
  • Pilot arc improves performance and cutting on dirty, painted, or rusted metals
  • 3 Second pilot arc tip saver feature shuts down pilot arc after 3 seconds of contiuous operation if no cutting is present to prevent premature consumable wear
  • Front air pressure gauge allows quick verification of air pressure
  • Over Current and Duty Cycle protection indicates fault with a dedicated warning/diagnostic light, and shuts down output until condition is resolved
  • Adjustable postflow timer for maximum consumable life
  • IGBT modules from Infineon (Siemens) improve reliability and performance while reducing overall weight
  • CNC socket for CNC use on plasma tables (machine torch optional)
  • Suitable for use with 11,000 W "clean power" generators

PowerPlasma 60C


Availability: In stock
  • 60 Amps of professional CNC cutting power
  • Infineon IGBT module construction
  • Rapid inductor HV arc starting reduces EMF interference
  • Pilot Arc
  • Designed for dedicated CNC use


PowerPlasma 100


Availability: In stock
  • 100 Amps of Industrial cutting power
  • 3-phase 415V
  • Infineon IGBT module construction
  • HF start
  • CNC port for use with shielded industrial plasma tables
  • 60% Duty Cycle at 100 Amps



Choose from our range of Plasma Cutters.

CNC Plasma Cutters for Sale

Make the right cut with the right equipment when you buy one of our CNC or manual plasma cutters for sale. Choose from several models of plasma cutters, designed to accommodate everyone from a weekend handyman to a seasoned tradesman.

How to Choose a Plasma Cutter

There of a number of things you need to consider when you are looking at plasma cutters for sale, as different models cater to different needs and frequencies of use.

Cut capacity: Consider what thickness of metal you will be cutting, then select capacity based on the thickness of the metal you plan on cutting 80% of the time.

Cut quality: In this situation you need to consider what it is you are cutting, how you want the finished product to look, and if the cut pieces will be going through other production phases. The goal is to have a smooth, clean cut that requires minimal secondary work. Spending more on a higher quality or CNC system will also result in a narrower kerf.

Reliability: If you are using this machinery on a regular basis, selecting something with increased durability is important. Generally speaking the more reliable cutters have less parts, use software, and incorporate a centralized fan configuration.

Duty cycle: This is important to consider if you're going to be working with the cutter under time restraints, as duty cycles can vary widely depending on the model you choose.

Ease of use: This is important to consider in two senses. Foremost, if you know you're going to be moving this machinery around with you quite a lot, the size and weight of the plasma cutter should be taken into consideration. Secondly, ease of operation is also important to consider, as this will both cut down the time on a professional job and allow an amateur to get a reasonably good finish.

Operating cost: This can be difficult to take into account, consider all of the above as well as the plasma consumable cost, which can vary quite a lot.

For more information on our range of cutters, including CNC models for sale, please don't hesitate to contact us on 6581 2338.