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Model PowerArc 140ST

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PowerArc 140ST Stick / TIG Welder

$261.89 /box
  • Compact and portable with carry case
  • 120/240V Dual voltage design
  • Perfect for hobby, and professional work

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The PowerArc 140 ST from Everlast is a perfect choice for the customer who has a farm, home shop or even a small fabrication business. This is the unit to have while you are out on the trail, at the track or just in your shop doing everyday fabrication chores. In fact, you can say goodbye to heavy transformer welder sitting in the corner. The dual-voltage IGBT inverter design allows the unit to go anywhere, and operate off of any standard power outlet. Maximum amp output operating on 240-Volt is 140 amps for TIG and Stick. The amp output while operating on 120-Volt is 87 (+- 3) amps for stick and 95(+-3) amps for TIG. The PowerArc 140ST will weld almost any metal except for aluminum and magnesium with its stick or lift-arc TIG feature. The PowerArc 140 ST comes with about everything you need to weld, including a convenient carry case (except TIG regulator and Tungsten). The stick and a standard 17 series gas-valve TIG torch, along with the work clamp are included as part of the welder package. Included also is a small starter kit of consumables for TIG. Nothing needs to be changed internally to go between 240-Volt and 120-Volt operation. The unit performs equally well in either stick or TIG mode. The unit can weld electrodes from 1/16 in. up to 1/8 in. thick in stick mode, and can weld up to 3/16 in. plate metal in a single pass. E6011, E6013, E7014 and E7018 stick welding rods (electrodes) all weld easily due to the automatic hot start and adaptive arc force control.

  • 10-140-amp welder with stick and lift arc TIG features for welding steel, stainless and even copper
  • Dual voltage 120/240-volt design offers go anywhere performance; reduced output while operating on 120-volt)
  • Compact inverter provides a commercial 35% duty cycle while reducing size and weight
  • Adaptive arc force control
  • Convenient carry case along with stick and TIG torch and work cable/clamp included

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Can this unit run off a portable generator?

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If so how large a generator would be needed?
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Yes. Inverters do the best job on generators, however, the max output of the generator still needs to exceed the demands of the inverter by a decent margin. An under powered source or evenly powered source will result in a broken arc and a bad time. Use a generator that's putting out 20% more power than what the machine calls for.
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I think 1 point that needs to be made, is the amperage rating of the generator. I had an old 5500 peak watt generator but it only put out 20 amps. When using the welder the breakers kept tripping. I upgraded the generator to a 9000 peak watt generator that puts out 30 amps ahd the welder works great. I did make a pigtail for the 220v plug. This generator puts out 8000 watts on propane. I am very Read More
I think 1 point that needs to be made, is the amperage rating of the generator. I had an old 5500 peak watt generator but it only put out 20 amps. When using the welder the breakers kept tripping. I upgraded the generator to a 9000 peak watt generator that puts out 30 amps ahd the welder works great. I did make a pigtail for the 220v plug. This generator puts out 8000 watts on propane. I am very impressed with propane. It is clean and the the generator can be stored in the shop with no gas fumes or flammables. Also, don't have to worry about "bad gas".
I am very pleased with the Welder and generator. 5 STARS for both
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yes it can
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October 17, 2014
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Yes it can. This unit needs a minimum of 3500 / 5500 watts (120V) to operate properly.
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Does this come with everything to do TIG welding? Torch? Tank for the Gas? What else is needed if anything for TIG?

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no, you have buy a tank ,gas ,reg. and than get the proper fitting to attach the gas line to the reg. I had to got to place where they make hose's. it does come with torch but you need to, purchase tungsten
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It has the leads and spare consumables. You flip a switch to go from arc/stick welding to TIG and reverse polarity by plugging the leads opposite of the arc/stick setting. Gas cylinders, hoses, and regulators are separate hardware. You need to spend a good amount of time at a welding supply shop and acquire the shielding gas hardware for TIG at their professional advice. A deposit on the gas cylinder may Read More
It has the leads and spare consumables. You flip a switch to go from arc/stick welding to TIG and reverse polarity by plugging the leads opposite of the arc/stick setting. Gas cylinders, hoses, and regulators are separate hardware. You need to spend a good amount of time at a welding supply shop and acquire the shielding gas hardware for TIG at their professional advice. A deposit on the gas cylinder may be required and you swap it out for a fresh tank when empty. Read Less
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November 10, 2015
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No, PowerArc140ST is mainly a stick welder. It does have a lift TIG function, and it does come with gas valve control TIG torch. But you still need gas tank, and argon regulator to connect your TIG torch to it. Also, you won*t be able to use foot control for TIG on this welder. To do more TIGing, look into PowerArc160STH. That one has high freq, does come with argon reg, and you can use foot pedal on Read More
No, PowerArc140ST is mainly a stick welder. It does have a lift TIG function, and it does come with gas valve control TIG torch. But you still need gas tank, and argon regulator to connect your TIG torch to it. Also, you won*t be able to use foot control for TIG on this welder. To do more TIGing, look into PowerArc160STH. That one has high freq, does come with argon reg, and you can use foot pedal on it. Read Less
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How often does this unit come "in stock online" ? It's been well over 2 weeks now and I really want one lol.

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In my area, it's only available online. UPS it to your store or home. Stores can't carry everything.
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June 22, 2015
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we*re currently sold out. the container with new PowerArc 140ST units is in port, we*re just waiting for it to get to our warehouse. As soon as it gets here (probably end of this week, early next week), we*ll turn it back on on HomeDepot. thanks.
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How long is work and ground cables?

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Long enough. Unless you go commercial application for oil pipeline, you need to bring the work to the machine.
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The manual says they are both 5ft each
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They are standard size ~15 ft (~5 meters).
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome little guy I recommend this stick welder. It's powerful enough for its size. I have used industrial miller ones and this one is easier and more simple to use because it's easy to transport , powerful and awesome for the price. September 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Basic welder As a newbie I wanted something inexpensive to start learning TIG welding. This little unit does that but nothing else. No amp control with a foot pedal and lift start does limit you. I also think a i have a leak where the gas hose connects to the torch. June 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by pain to get up and running the biggest issue I had to get the welder up and running is trying to adapt the gas line to the regulator. their gas hose is an odd size and the welding supply store was not able to accommodate me so I had to go to a shop the makes hoses and fittings to hook me up..10.00 dollars later and about an hour of driving time I was ready to rock and roll this welder is compact and does an awesome job. Need more projects May 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good Have only used the welder a hand full of times, but so far no complaints. For the price you can't go wrong. April 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointment I had the correct power supply for this welder (which pulls 30 amps maximum on a 220 volt) and was only running it at 75 amps with the correct electrode. I reviewed the manual thoroughly, I gave it plenty of cool down time between small 1 inch welds and it blew a fuse of some type on the circuit board inside. It sounded like a .22 caliber pistol fired off behind me as I made my little 1 inch weld. The longer it's on, the worse it performs and the cooling fan resembles something you'd find in a desktop computer, it barely blows any air and is almost silent. What's scary is that it comes with an adapter to plug into a 20 amp 110 volt receptacle. The onboard circuit breaker and overload protection failed miserably and it popped my house breaker box instead. Harbor Freight inverters have an on switch that is basically a circuit breaker. You push in and up fairly hard like any double pole breaker switch and it looked much more durable. This Everlast has a simple push button switch (I didn't see anything resembling a breaker inside when searching for the blown fuse). I got my money back and bought a Harbor Frieght 170 amp mig (26 amp supply required 220 volt) and a 70 amp stick welder to learn that skill with and play around for the same money that this Everlast cost me. An all around bad deal here and I ignored other reviews before purchase in which customers reported blowing fuses on theirs. April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BETTER THAN EXPECTED No. 1: I am not an expert welder or "Mr. Fix-It". No. 2: The original unit had to be returned because it would not turn on. However the customer service was 5 star. 1/2 point off. No. 3: The replacement unit welds like a bandit. I was really amazed. In experienced hands this unit can handle just about any job. No. 4: 1/3 to 1/4th the cost of an American made (maybe) unit. No. 5: Simple and easy to use. I have added a photo of my practice weld, using 1/8th dirty mild steel with a 1/8 6011 rod at 107 amps. All it takes is practice, practice, practice. September 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Tig Welder For The Money I was skeptical about this little welder, but to my surprise it works really well. You do have to get use to the lift start feature for starting the arc. It doesn't have high frequency start like the more expensive units, but it works fine with a little practice. I haven't used the stick mode on it yet, only the tig. You will also need to get yourself some tungsten and a flow regulator for your argon. When you unbox the welder do yourself a favor and throw away the welding shield that comes with it, it's a joke. Get yourself an auto darkening helmet and you will be a lot happier and your welds will be also. The unit can run on 120V or 220V. I've only used mine on the 220V side so I didn't have any limitation to the amperage range I could use. I'm sure the 120V side does fine, but you'll be limited to the amperage you can use. Another thing I really like is the fact that it comes in a convenient carrying case. When your all done welding you can simple box everything back up into the case and store it under you work bench without having to eat up floor space like other units will. Keep in mine that this is a DC welder only, no AC. So doing aluminum is not an option. You'll have to purchase a more expensive Tig welder for that. March 26, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Defective Bottom line the second I opened it up it spoke Chinese to me. For the money this is exactly what I expected. I plugged it in and the cooling fan kicked in right away sounding like an air raid horn from the Cold War. The overheat light was on and the digital amperage readout didn't move when I turned the knob. Called the Everlast Tech and he told me it was defective. I was really bumbed out but the Home Depot return process was a breeze. I'm now waiting on another Power Arc 140st to come. My fingers are crossed. July 12, 2015
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