More and more bodyshops and other motor trade businesses are now alive to the huge potential that offering smart repair services can offer. Smart repair is often a simple way for a bodyshop to make additional use of existing skills and equipment to provide a valuable additional revenue stream. However, integrating smart repair activities into an existing workflow can sometimes prove a challenge.
A company aiming to offer bodyshops greater flexibility, while maintaining high standards of finish quality is Ayce Systems. It offers a range of paint fume extraction systems including spray paint cabinets, static spray booths and even a mobile spray booth. The equipment offers the benefits of a conventional spray booth, at a fraction of the cost, while also adding greater flexibility to a workshop set-up. It allows for smart repair and smaller parts and panel painting to be carried out without tying up a main booth, with the associated high running cost. The equipment offers fully carbon filtered recirculating filtration for a highly professional finish, in a safe and clean working environment.
With insurance job margins becoming ever tighter, providing retail services for customers such as smart repairs, parts custom painting, and alloy wheel refinishing can deliver a welcome cash boost and the range of equipment from Ayce Systems mean these jobs can be done efficiently and economically. In many instances bodyshops have also been successful in using this type of equipment to offer spray painting services on other items such as furniture, industrial equipment and even glass panels.