By Rhea Healy2016-01-21T14:46:00+00:00
BOC Australia unveiled its new robust EWM Taurus range in Sydney today.
The latest addition to its EWM welding product line features four welding machines suitable for a variety of light engineering projects right through to heavy industrial tasks.
The Taurus range offers patented upgrades aimed to increase welding efficiencies for stainless steel, carbon steel, low alloy steel and aluminium alloy fabrication. The range is smaller, lighter and more efficient than previous models and is compatible with the recently launched EWM xNet welding software, giving operators the ability to record and track data from the machine in real time.
The new range consists of three basic models and one advanced model, all featuring a modular design instead of an integrated fixed system, allowing for easy customisation of the welding packages during their lifecycle.
Richard Fowles, Welding Product Manager for the company, emphasised, “The Multimatrix Taurus 405 Synergic model contains several patented controlled processes, giving the operator more control and better efficiency in the workshop. The modular design of the Taurus welding range offers excellent flexibility with the power source, wire feeder and trolley all separate components, making it easier to upgrade or conduct maintenance checks.”
BOC Australia is the exclusive supplier of EWM products down under.
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