Spectratek Overhead Paint Curing System

Every Shop owner knows this: Bottlenecks disturb the flow of production at any stage in the repair process which results in lost revenue and customer satisfaction. Today’s tight schedules and even tighter profit margins require rethinking of the paint department production process in order to be able to achieve the best turn around times that are crucial to a shops success.

No one can expect to achieve the best results in the paint shop utilizing the same old methods of doing things.

“If You Always Do What You’ve Always Done” “You’ll Always Get What You’ve Always Got”.

So True this statement is that if a quality production facility wishes to achieve the utmost refinish quality with the lightning speed necessary to maximize refinish throughput at the lowest cost the answer is here.

 The Spectratek Overhead

Paint Curing System

So unique in quality and design it has earned a worldwide reputation as an industry standard. Pro Line Systems International Inc. represents the full line of IR and UV lamps at the best prices.

Installed in factories of all types the Spectratek Overhead system is particularly suited for the Collision Repair and Automotive Manufacturing Industry.

Here are some photos of systems in place worldwide (Click Photos To Enlarge)

TS 32KW KIA 2      Voyage en Chine 2 004     SPECTRATEK RS TRACKSYSTEM 01

Wall mounting is also an available option.   SPECTRATEK RS TRACKSYSTEM 02     TS 4K VW 4

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The overhead system has a Push Button Motorized Robotic Arm to help in the easy positioning of the lamp array.

Systems can be set up with the 4000 watt lamp array or the 8000 lamp array with up to 16,000 watts or more to cover extremely large areas of paint surface.

Custom Configurations are easy for manufacturing to develop for any particular application or need.

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Here is a 36,000 watt custom configuration designed especially for this customer. The Spectratherm Overhead Track System was specifically designed to maximize vehicle throughput. Utilizing the Short Wave Infra-Red curing process, it combines; lamps, unique reflectors, lamp array, and a Thermal Integrated Sensor System (TISS) to significantly reduce standard curing and drying times.

The Short Wave Infra-Red curing heads are suspended from an overhead track system, freeing up valuable floor space. An “easy glide” bridge assembly makes positioning the curing heads on any vehicle panel effortless. The articulating arm can position the array as low as 9 inches off the shop floor or raise it above the tallest SUV.

There is no maneuvering of portable floor systems between tightly spaced work bays, eliminating any fear of accidental vehicle damage. The innovative track design and its cable carrier allow the track system to span multiple bays. There are no electric cables dragging along or cluttering up the floor.

Various options are available, floor mount, ceiling mount or a combinaison of both.

Other Notable features of the Spectratek Overhead Shortwave IR Curing System.

  • Thermal Integrated Sensor System (TISS) to significantly reduce standard curing and drying times
  • Ramp time settings
  • Motorized arm positions lamp array in any position at the push of a button
  • Digital Control Box
  • Set and forget automatic sensing system / Industry leading Value Pricing
  • Shortwave technology dries material from the bottom substrate up, allowing solvents and humidity to be released

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For more information and a cheerful consultation call Pro Line Systems at 305-793-9503

Visit Our Website at:  http://prolinesystems.net

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