MRT

Welding machines with dedicated transformers for seam welding applications.
The seam welders can be equipped with extender arms, to enter into cylindrical bodies.
The machines are designed to accept the cleaning and reshaping wheels tool, on board.


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    Welding machines with dedicated transformers for seam welding applications. AC or Medium Frequency DC current, with available power from 50kVA to 500kVA.
    Continuous welding, or “overlapped spots” seam welding. Version with differential device motion is also available.

    The seam welders MRT can be equipped with extender arms, to enter into cylindrical bodies
    The machines are designed to accept the cleaning and reshaping wheels tool, on board. If supplied to integrators, or roll former lines manufactures, the semas welders could have idle type heads.

    You can find CEMSA resistance seam welders MRT in several market sectors. They range from the welding of fuel car tanks, with the machines inserted in robotic cells, to the machines used manually, or served by an operator, to weld the bottoms of small stainless steel containers in the white goods market. In all cases, the machines guarantee maximum repeatability and a constant result.
    The introduction of increasingly advanced electronics has allowed further steps forward in recent years, with the possibility of having machines that connected with company management systems, capable of reporting any process anomalies and in some cases even correcting them in real time, without involving the operator and preventing any human intervention.

    CEMSA, always attentive to technological evolution and the great advantages that it allows in the field of resistance welding, is constantly oriented towards a continuous implementation of its products, to offer even the most demanding customer maximum reliability and process repeatability. In fact, nowadays it is no longer enough to guarantee a good welding but it must also be prevented that this can be influenced by external variables, such as the voltage drops of the line in the workshop, or the consumption of the electrodes or the incorrect positioning of the piece during the loading phase of a automatic machine. Continuous research always puts CEMSA at the forefront of solutions, thanks also to the continuous cooperation with its key suppliers.

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