The new Car-O-Liner CDR1 workstation contains all the equipment and materials needed to perform light-to-medium collision damage repair quickly and efficiently.
“The new CDR1 repair system was very well-received when we introduced it at SEMA this year,” said Tim Garner, market development manager for Car-O-Liner. “Shop owners have been asking us for an efficient way to boost high-margin, light-to-medium collision repairs without sacrificing quality. Based on the initial response, we believe the CDR1 workstation is that solution.”
The value-packed, all-in-one Car-O-Liner CDR1 workstation allows shops to quickly and efficiently perform professional light-to-medium auto body repair services. The CDR1 is mobile and has a small footprint, making it a highly accessible and profitable addition to any workshop.
A focal point of the Car-O-Liner CDR1 workstation is the CR235 Combi Spotter. The CR235 features two separate guns for easy switching between steel and aluminum welding operations. The unique spotter saves up to 40 percent repair time while decreasing chances of heat or burn-through and eliminating the risk for compromised corrosion protection.
The Car-O-Liner CDR1 workstation is available in three versions. The Level 1 cart includes the CR235 Combi Spotter, plus separate drawers with steel and aluminum repair tools, and the Level 2 cart features an additional drawer for glue pull repairs. The Level 3 cart includes a drawer for pneumatic push pull repairs, plus another drawer for holders.
To learn more about the full line of Car-O-Liner equipment, including the CDR1, call 800-521-9696 or visit Car-O-Liner.com.
Car-O-Liner is the leading global provider of high-quality, technologically advanced collision repair equipment solutions and is one of the many brands that Snap-on offers shop owners and managers to improve daily operations. Snap-on Incorporated is a leading global innovator, manufacturer and marketer of tools, equipment, diagnostics, repair information and systems solutions for professional users performing critical tasks. Products are sold through the company’s franchisee, company-direct, distributor and Internet channels. Founded in 1920, Snap-on Incorporated is a $3.6 billion, S&P 500 company headquartered in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
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