Mega memory power

FAN PROTON IQ+ welding machine from Tri-Sphere

Published:  26 February, 2009

rong>This new unit will be available from the end of March onwards. It is aimed at professional body shop users and delivers 520 Dn pressure from a high 13,500 amps power output.

/>Tri-Sphere reckons its new welder is “one of the most powerful machines in its class”. The company says that because the unit is water-cooled, it’s able to ensure weld quality is “consistent and guaranteed” throughout the repair proc

/>What’s more, the unit comes with a memory card so that downloaded welding data can be stored. It will be supplied with either a C gun, an X gun or bo

Related Articles

  • Diagnostic support 

    As Delphi gains more OE common rail contracts, the company is turning its expertise to its aftermarket products as the vehicles come out of warranty. Recently, its Multec diesel common rail system was chosen for the DW10C engine, a shared platform for Citroen, Fiat, Ford and Peugeot diesel vehicles. A number of replacement items are available including a high pressure pump, injectors and an electronic control unit.

  • Spark an interest in TT plugs 

    rong>A new line of twin-tip spark plugs has recently been launched by parts firm Denso.

  • 'Torque the torque' with ease 

    rong>A new ¼” TechAngle torque and angle wrench is available from Snap-on Tools, designed to save techs time while also increasing accuracy.

  • Charger Rings the changes 

    SmartCharge battery chargers have a seven-stage charging cycle and have been designed to diagnose, recondition and service vehicle batteries.

  • Gates expand on belt drive 

    Gates has expanded the number of replacement parts available for the accessory belt drive system. The programme includes OE equivalent multi-ribbed belts, all necessary metal components, tools, routing diagrams and technical bulletins to guide technicians.


Search

Sign Up

For the latest news and updates from Aftermarket Magazine.


Poll

Where should the next Automechanika show be held?



Facebook


©DFA Media 1999-2016

Mentés