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Car-O-Liner designs fully automatic welder with transformer gun

Nov. 20, 2018
The CTR 9 is an upgrade from the CTR 7 welder.

Car-O-Liner, a global manufacturer of collision repair equipment to the automotive aftermarket, introduces the CTR 9, a fully automatic welder, which features a lightweight transformer gun. The welder made its debut at the 2018 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) event.

Car-O-Liner has invested in this new technology to increase efficiency. The company said the CTR 9 is an upgrade from the CTR 7, which will still be offered, and features several advantages, including:

  • Telescopic support arm designed to ensure maximum freedom of movement. The durable, lightweight extruded aluminum arm can be adjusted both vertically and horizontally for an optimum working position.
  • Lightweight transformer gun made of reinforced fiberglass and designed for fast-paced activity, while reducing strain on the body at the same time. It’s robust, yet among the lightest on the market, allowing welders to work efficiently without getting tired.
  • Fully-closed handle fastened at both ends which enhances maneuverability and allows operators to hold the gun in a relaxed way in every working position.
  • A 6m cable which allows operators to reach more parts/sections of the vehicle without moving the machine.
  • Stable power unit for compact power. The solid high-strength steel bottom plate features a low center of gravity for superior stability and increased mobility. The control unit is designed to be easy and intuitive to use, ensuring speed and accuracy with every weld.

In addition, the company notes that the CTR 9’s 16,000-amp transformer and CANBUS communication helps guarantee a perfect weld every time.

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