Wel Twin Torch Welding

(Press Release)
Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Koike Aronson Ransom introduced the Wel Twin Portable Welding Carriage.   Tested in shipyards worldwide the Wel Twin is a designed to be a rugged and ready to go to work carrying two torches to provide exceptional quality and production.

The Koike Wel-Twin is the newest introduction to the portable welding carriage line.  This heavy duty machine is designed to weld on both sides of a stiffener rib or I-beam up to 24 inches tall.   Common uses are for shipbuilding, trailer building and custom I-beam construction. The unit is magnetically attached from both sides of the plate by a main carriage and a sub carriage. An interface is included to send signals to both wire feeders when the welding is to begin. Semi automation improves quality; production times and reduces welder fatigue. The Wel-Twin machine is driven and held on a vertical plate gripped by the main carriage and the sub carriage to maintain consistent welds.  Koike Aronson can provide information on running multiple carriages at once to provide a flexible and efficient panel line.
 
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