New water circuits will be installed with new manifolds and new hoses. Electrical wiring may or may not be new. (Case by case basis noted on quotation.) Foot-switch or dual palm-buttons may or may not be new. (Case by case basis noted on quotation). Electrode holders may or may not be new. (Case by case basis noted on quotation).
A six (6) month warranty will be provided on the following items:
A 90 day warranty will be provided on the following item:
All other items will not be warranted.
If the machine requires a service technician after customer receipt, the customer will pay all expenses in accordance with our prevailing per diem rates. The exception is, that if it is determined that Automation International, Inc. had erred in the reconditioning process, Automation International, Inc. will provide the labor only. All other expenses will be paid by the customer.
All freight charges to and from the customer will be paid for by the customer. Those items not covered by the manufacturer warranty and requiring replacement will be charged to the customer.
If a new welder or machine is not in your future plans or budget, consider remanufacturing and conversion of your existing equipment. With mechanical upgrades and technological advances, your older welder can perform better than when new. It is very common for corrosion, abrasion and wear from time to occur on your welding equipment. These setbacks can really hold back the performance of your welders. Automation International has the capabilities to get your machines back to pristine, working condition.
Automation International offers:
MFDC (mid-frequency direct current)
A machine purchased “Remanufactured”, will meet the following standards:
If a customer supplied machine is to be remanufactured, all of the above applies as described. In addition, if any major rework to the welding transformer and/or basic machine frame/horn sockets/platens, is required, a price addition covering parts and labor would apply. This would be discussed prior to any work being done.