Aluminum REpair STATIONS

Controlled, Isolated Environments for Aluminum Repair Processes

Aluminum Repair Station


Aluminum Repair Stations from Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) are flexible, effective solutions for the isolation of aluminum repair processes.
A dedicated environment for aluminum repairs is essential to protect your employees and prevent contamination from compromising the repair.
Three models of Aluminum Repair Stations are available to meet the cost and space restrictions of all types of shops.



Aluminum Repair Isolation Station

GFS’ most cost-effective environment for aluminum repair, the Aluminum Repair Isolation Station features heavy-duty, non-combustible curtain walls to prevent contamination during the aluminum repair process.
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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.
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Aluminum Repair Station

In addition to heavy-duty, non-combustible curtain walls, the Aluminum Repair Station features a ceiling with integrated four-tube light fixtures for proper illumination and added protection against contamination.
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