Polyvance Announces Trade-In Rebate for Decade-Old Nitrogen Plastic Welders

Polyvance Announces Trade-In Rebate for Decade-Old Nitrogen Plastic Welders

Polyvance has announced that it will be providing rebates of up to $600 for customers upgrading old nitrogen plastic welders to the latest specifications.

Polyvance has announced that it will be providing rebates of up to $600 for customers upgrading old nitrogen plastic welders to the latest specifications.

Polyvance-built plastic welders between 2006 and 2013 did not feature a pressure safety switch. This can be a safety issue because the heating element will continue to heat even if there is no gas flow through the welder. This will cause the torch to overheat, which may melt the handle and burn out the heating element.

Polyvance is encouraging users of these old welders to upgrade to a new welder. The rebate level varies depending on the model that was purchased:

Unit PurchasedRebate
8203$600
8202$400
8201$300
8001$100

To request a rebate, users of the old welders need to submit a photo of the old welder’s serial number and a copy of the invoice dated after Jan. 8, 2024 showing the purchase of a new Polyvance nitrogen plastic welder to [email protected]. This trade-in rebate is also valid on newer models and for owners of competitive nitrogen plastic welders. This rebate offer expires on Dec. 31, 2024.

As part of this initiative, Polyvance is also announcing the discontinuation of support for the 6053 and 6056 nitrogen plastic welders. The replacement part affected by this support discontinuation is the 6100HW hose and handle assembly, the part most commonly damaged when the element overheats. Effective starting Feb. 1, 2024, Polyvance will no longer manufacture or sell the 6100HW.

The 6053 Hot Air Welder can be recognized by its gray sheet metal enclosure. As a nitrogen welder, the 6053 was assembled with a black nitrogen-air switch mounted to its top, with a part number of 6053N2. The welder and cart assembly was identified as part no. 6056. These welders displayed the “Urethane Supply Company” brand, Polyvance’s company name prior to 2016.

For more details on this rebate program, call (800) 633-3047 or email [email protected].

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