Autorobot B30 collision repair system operates with double-action hydraulics, meaning that straightening by pulls, pushes and pull/push combinations is effortless. Vehicle fastening time is minimized because placement of the sill clamp fasteners is adjustable hydraulically. The straightening bed adjusts lengthwise, front to back, to accommodate various vehicle lengths. Pulling towers are made from high-grade aluminum, making it comparatively lightweight for ease of operation.

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Autorobot B30

Technical information
Lifting capacity 3000 kg / 6600 lbs (optional 4000 kg / 8800 lbs)
Lifting height Approx. 1.5 m / 4.9 ft
Pulling force Approx. 10 tons
Push force Approx 6 tons
Maximum vehicle length 6.5m / 21.3 ft
Current 3-phase 380-400V
Required floor space 4.5 x 9m / 14.8 x 29.5 ft (with drive-on ramps attached)
Weight Approx. 2600 kg / 5730 lbs (Gold-set)

Autorobot B30 collision repair machine represents the apex of auto body repair technology and is the most innovative model in Autorobot’s line. Equipped with radio control, it is ideal for the shop that demands high production, versatility and cutting-edge technology from its equipment. B30 is recommended for medium size and large body shops and is also suitable for small shops that need a three-ton (optional four-ton) lift and a frame machine.

The collision repair technique of the B30 can’t be compared with anything else available on the market. The machine handles both the easy and the demanding tasks with a speed you haven’t seen before. A few examples of this:

  • Change horizontal pulling angle for the pull/push tower 45 %, around 4 seconds
  • Adjustment of side tower to the right pulling direction, around 3 seconds
  • Move chain to upper wheel for an upward pull (bed in lowest position) around 20 secs

Autorobot B30

Pull/push straightening

Autorobot’s research and testing team has developed a new, faster technique for straightening the vehicle chassis and body. With the new push/pull technique the hydraulic support is targeted to the area where the damage starts and this helps to get the vehicle straightened better. The support prevents the pulling force from effecting the undamaged area and mounting points. The new technique makes it possible to use quick lock fastening for speedy repairs of minor damage. The biggest advantage of the new push/pull method is the capability to repair the new, stronger body materials.