Aluminum Repair Station Plus®

Flexible, Effective Solutions for Proper Isolation of Aluminum Repair Processes

Aluminum repair station plus

Aluminum Repair Station Plus

Featuring heavy-duty curtain walls, four-tube light fixtures and semi-downdraft airflow with an overhead filtered plenum, GFS’ Aluminum Repair Station Plus is a high-performance environment for aluminum repair. It can also be used for spot painting and other repairs for maximum productivity and flexibility.

 

Features

Exhaust filter isolation shield
9-inch double width, double inlet, forward intake fan
Tube axial exhaust fan
Semi-downdraft airflow with overhead filtered plenum (single)
White pre-coated galvanized steel construction
Heavy-duty, non-combustible, clear-view curtain walls
Column supported or suspended from shop ceiling
Drive-thru configuration with back curtain wall
Basic control panel for lights and fan
 

Options

The following options can be added to an Aluminum Repair Station Plus:
Exhaust Ductwork
Weld-view curtain
 

SPECS

Aluminum Repair Station Dimensions & Features:

WidthHeightLengthNo. of Ceiling Lights
14′ or 16′9′ or 12′27′6
14′ or 16′9′ or 12′30′7
14′ or 16′9′ or 12′33′8

Why do i need an aluminum repair station?

With Ford’s newest F-150 trucks featuring an aluminum body, bed and support, collision repair shops have not only had to learn how to repair aluminum vehicle parts, but also had to establish safe, isolated environments for aluminum repairs.

The need for an isolated work area for aluminum repair is not a matter of preference, opinion or regulation, but a matter of science and safety. Aluminum and steel don’t mix, and if they do get together during the repair process, the results can be catastrophic.

To prevent contamination from compromising the repair and protect your employees, aluminum repair work must be performed in an isolated area with a dedicated set of tools. GFS’ aluminum repair stations are flexible, effective solutions for proper isolation of aluminum repair processes.

Code Compliance

GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.

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