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Appeal of Haffner Murat s SMR 5 welder shows no signs of slowing down

Since its launch, the SMR-5 welder from Haffner Murat has been an overnight success. Sales have continued to rise as more and more fabricators see how much it has to offer their production. Dave Thomas, Managing Director of Haffner Murat, said: “The SMR-5 welder is one of the fastest and most accurate welders on the market today, which is why we’re seeing such strong sales.”

It’s easy to see why the SMR-5 is proving so popular. In a single operation that takes less than a minute it can weld four squares. It’s also capable of welding two corner/transom/corner windows or one window and two sashes in a single operation. It can weld five H welds in less than four minutes and change from corners to transoms in seconds.

Dave said: “The numbers speak for themselves. The SMR-5 transforms speed and efficiency on the fabrication floor.”

As well as delivering exceptional speed, the SMR-5 also revolutionises quality. It guarantees 90 degree welding every time thanks to automatic head positioning and self centering for transoms, ensuring accuracy and eliminating remakes.

Like all Haffner Murat machines the SMR-5 has been designed to be easy-to-use. It has touch screen control with memory positioning and all operations can be controlled automatically via the PLC. Plus to ensure the machine can start to add value from day one, expert installation and full training is provided as standard as part of the Haffner Murat service.

Dave concluded: “The SMR-5 Welder speeds up production and improves quality, which makes it a very attractive option for fabricators. Finance packages are available subject to status and part exchange is an option too. If you want to grow your business this year, the SMR-5 welder is the perfect place to start.”

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