Pro Spot Announces Warranty Extension Program for i4S Spot Welder

Pro Spot Announces Warranty Extension for i4S Spot Welder

All i4S spot welders purchased since 2018 will be given an automatic additional three-year warranty on both parts and labor, making all units warrantied for a total of five years.

Pro Spot International has announced a warranty extension program for its popular spot welder, the i4S.

All i4S spot welders purchased since 2018 will be given an automatic additional three-year warranty
on both parts and labor, making all units warrantied for a total of five years.

“We have always pushed the limit in our development to move the bar upwards for collision repair spot welding,” said Ron Olsson, president of Pro Spot. “The new technology platform with the i4S features the latest in auto weld
program, Wi-Fi technology for instant repair data transmission reports and on-board instruction videos for instant training, etc.

“For 30 years and counting, we have provided the collision repair industry with resistance spot welders made here in America. It isn’t always easy. There have been bumps on the road to get it right. We want to assure our i4S owners that we are behind them all the way and that we will always take care of them as we have in the past.”

Going forward, all new i4S purchases will be automatically covered with a full five-year parts and
labor warranty.

For more information, visit prospot.com, call (877) 776-7768, email [email protected] or click here.

Pro Spot International, Inc.
Fax: 760-407-1421Phone: 17604071414Contact: Ron Olsson

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