The WheelStation is a workstation for repairing wheels, it occupies two working spaces, connected
with a circular rail, one for sanding and spraying and the other for baking paint products.
The working space for painting and sanding has the air extraction vertically in front, so the
technician can apply body filler and spray; primer, waterborne and clear paint, in a proper way
without any problem from the overspray because a filter and an air extraction fan removes it
totally during the spraying phase.
The oven for baking paint uses the Drytronic technology so the time to dry a painted wheel is
only 5 to 7 minutes.
The WS has two stands for the wheels that both move on a circular rail system. This connects
the oven to the workspace, allowing a technician to push the wheel on the rail with a limited
The drying process can be programmed with a preset time and a different temperature for;
body filler, undercoat, water base and clear lacquer, and the machine automatically dries and
checks the temperature set.
WHEEL STATION CATALOGUE
WHEEL STATION VIDEO
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