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    I have max 70 for which there is no longer available burning material burner pac 130, I want to buy a newer burner for which there is a consumable material, but this new burner has one air hose and one red wire, while on this old two air hoses go, and There is no red wire if it can be connected anyway?

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    Originally posted by glackop View Post
    I have max 70 for which there is no longer available burning material burner pac 130, I want to buy a newer burner for which there is a consumable material, but this new burner has one air hose and one red wire, while on this old two air hoses go, and There is no red wire if it can be connected anyway?
    Your best bet would be to contact HyperTherm directly on this, They have an excellent service department.

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    • #3

      I bought this model and the difference is only in the air supply if somebody knows how to bridge them to stay HF.

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      • #4


        let's simplify the question ... this is an old torch, how can I put this new one with a single air hose in this place?
        Last edited by glackop; 08-08-2018, 12:17 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by glackop View Post

          let's simplify the question ... this is an old torch, how can I put this new one with a single air hose in this place?
          Again, why aren't you contacting Hypertherm service? I suspect you bought the wrong cheap torch, and you are stuck with it.

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          • #6
            Ok thanks.

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            • #7
              Are these the consumables you are looking for?

              http://www.lom.cc/HyperthermMax70.htm

              https://www.arc-zone.com/Hypertherm-PAC-130

              https://weldingdirect.com/max100stpa.html

              https://sep.yimg.com/ay/weldingdirec...s-pac130-3.gif
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              • #8
                That's it. And now it's late because I bought a new torch I want to install. Thank you

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                • #9
                  Mating up a plasma torch to a power supply is a lot more complicated than switching out a MIG gun. It isn't just the connections. Plasma torch designs vary and the power supply is tuned or optimized to work optimally with that. At least that's the way I understand it.
                  --- RJL ----------------------------------------------

                  Ordinarily I'm insane, but I have lucid moments when I'm merely stupid.
                  -------------------------
                  DialArc 250 (1974), Idealarc 250 (1971), SyncroWave 250 w/Coolmate 3, SP-175+, TA 161STL,
                  Lincwelder AC180C (circa 1952), Victor & Smith's O/A, Dayton (Miller) spot welder, 1200 sq.ft. of garage filled with crap and a kid that can actually run the stuff +++

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                  • #10
                    I solved the problem by putting a new torch, it was not very complicated.

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