Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Repairs
With the emerging technologies and processes in vehicle manufacturing, the repair process is also requiring new tools and equipment to adapt, as Vehicle Manufacturers are becoming more particular about what they say is necessary to repair the vehicles. Here at Pro-Tech, we follow these guidelines and utilize state of the art equipment to meet manufacturer requirements and to ensure that the repairs performed on your vehicle are completed per Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) recommendations. We want our customers to rest assured that we have the proper equipment to properly complete their repairs.
Chief Laser Lock Live Mapping System
The Chief Laser Lock Live Mapping System is a state-of-the-art Frame measurement system. Vehicle Frame Damage is not always obvious, and can not only cause long term problems with vehicle functionality, but can also present serious safety risks. Vehicle manufacturers have strict procedures when it comes to repairing frame damage, with no room for error, considering the risks.
Pro Spot I4 Resistance Spot Welder
Astech Remote Diagnostic Scan Tool
AsTech offers OEM scans that identify any and all existing issues with the vehicle. This allows us to create a full repair plan and order all needed parts before the repair starts. The patented asTech remote diagnostic device is the leading tool for automotive repair shops that want to perform more efficient work and guarantee better results for customers. here to see if your Vehicle manufacturer has specific scan requirements following a collision.
SP5 Smart MIG
To switch welding different base metals, simply pick up the appropriate torch and pull the trigger, the microprocessor and weld programs do the rest.
Features three MIG welding torches and wire spools. Also includes preloaded weld programs and synergic curves for all common welding situations in automotive repair.
Everything needed for TIG welding is included. TIG welding can be done in continuous or pulse mode.
Everything needed for MMA/stick welding is included.
Pulse MIG Comparison
The main difference between the three pulse MIG series welders is the number of torches. The SP-1 is a compact all-in-one welder with 1-torch and 1-spool, while the SP-2 has 2-torches and 2-spools. The SP-5 has 3-torches and 3-spools. The SP-2 and SP-5 both feature auto switching between different MIG configurations.