Welding machine on a medium-frequency oscillating arm column.
SM series with pedal control.
SP series with electro-pneumatic control. Structure made of robust carpentry. Water-cooled and vacuum-impregnated transformer. Positioning of the arms adjustable both in length and in height (gauge).
Adjustable electrode pressure.


SPF-C series
Alternatively, you can have the pointer version
even SP with the built-in chiller.


The MICRO 8 welding control is of the 5-cycle controlled diode synchronous microprocessor type, and offers the dual program and pulses as standard.

The equipment called “J-TEK” represents an electronic control used in resistance welding and that allows an effective welding with “constant current”. The electronics inserted on fiberglass PCBs use SMD components to make the control as compact as possible. It offers 32 welding programs as standard. Used for special applications.

The welders on straight down column are built in the basic versions: medium power. Structure in carpentry of maximum strength and rigidity. Integral water cooling system of the transformer, electrode holder and electrodes. The basic versions are fitted with a single-stroke pneumatic cylinder, double safety push-button panel and pedal unit. Double stroke cylinder on request. Wide range of electrode holders and electrodes for various special applications.

The generator for medium frequency transformers is of the inverter type with a command frequency of 1000Hz.
The device, of small size, allows the primary current of the power transformer to be controlled by keeping its value constant regardless of the variations in the mains voltage and possible thermal and aging drifts of the various components of the system.
The working frequency of 1 kHz makes it possible to reduce the size of the transformer and to improve the form factor of the output current by reducing the ripple of the current itself and making it possible to realize more controlled welding points both in terms of time and maximum current.
The inverter control board interfaces with a remote unit, such as MICRO8 or JTEK, from which it receives the welding parameters (references and times) and sends error codes to manage the diagnostics in the event of an anomaly.