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UnoLiner to present compact straightening bench at SEMA 2019

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 06:00
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This year’s SEMA Show will see the world premiere of UnoLiner’s all-new chassis straightening bench: the CRS3600 Compact. As the name suggests, this bench is specifically designed to save space in car repair workshops. This has been accomplished without sacrificing functionality or strength.
 
Such a frame machine has arrived at a most opportune time. “Growing demand for a versatile working area encouraged us to develop this special bench,” said UnoLiner CEO Damiaan Hendrikse. “Efficient use of available space has become increasingly important to car repair shops. This affordable bench fulfills this need by combining the lifting capacity and usefulness of a full-sized bench with a compact design.”
 
The CRS3600 Compact is compatible with the most commonly used UnoLiner accessories such as bench adapters and chassis clamps and boasts an impressive lifting capacity of 3 tons. Its bench length is 3.6 meters, or nearly 12 feet, yet its design remains compact and lightweight. Its bench height in its lowest position is a mere 100 mm, or nearly 4 inches, an important new design element for easy vehicle placement.
 
The P5 Draw Aligner, specifically engineered for the compact bench, will also be revealed. This multifunctional pulling tower can be positioned 360 degrees around the frame and has a 5-ton pulling capacity for vehicle chassis and body realignment.
 
UnoLiner’s distributor for the US market, Precision Equipment Systems, will display and demonstrate this compact frame machine at booth #16411. The SEMA Show 2019 will be held from 5 to 8 November 2019.
 
About UnoLiner
Swedish in origin, UnoLiner is currently based in the Netherlands. From their base in Opmeer, they have continued to branch out into different countries, gaining distributors all over the world. Their target market comprises panel beating, collision repair, chassis straightening, and car restoration companies. For more information, visit http://www.unoliner.com.

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