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. . I reach for my spot-welding gun'

22nd January 1983
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SUREWELD (UK) of Northamptonshire has introduced a new spot-welding gun to join its range of welding machines and accessories. Called the Autosport 2, the gun is designed for automotive repair work with sets of differei shaped arms and electrodes to suit most automotive applications. Sureweld says thi Autosport 2 is also an ideal gur for all light-duty spot welding applications where a hand held transformer is essential.

Working from a 240 volt supply, the gun has a built-in electronic timer to aid a consistent weld quality. A

pensation circuit makes that the timer operates only n current is passing through ;pot, a feature which enables jun to be used for work on lised or zinc plated sheets. iother feature is the gun's ty to select an extra wide trode gap by operating the e lever by which the power ke is obtained. Maximum ling capacity is 2+2mm 79 + 0.079in) for mild steel 3ts, 6 + 6mm (0.24 + 0.24in) nild steel wires.

meld (UK), Sanders Lodge rte, Rushden, Northants, 10 9B0. Telephone 09334 32/57005.


Locations: Autosport

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