Car-O-Tronic Vision X3 is the most powerful three dimensional chassis measuring system available in the world. Being photo-based and backed by the world’s most comprehensive vehicle database. Vision X3 software features upper-body measurement capabilities, point to point, surface measurements, VIN decoding scan tool and suspension diagnostics.
Vehicle measurement helps determine the extent and direction of major damage. If the vehicle has been in a serious accident, vehicle measurement is often done to find out if the frame/unibody has been forced out of alignment. Specialized measuring tools are used to measure across specific reference points on the vehicle to find out if body damage exists
Car-O-Liner’s Mark 6 is a bench system with improved lifting capacity and working height with the added convenience of drive over mounting. This is a mobile bench system, which is using for Unibody Frame Correction. Frame / unibody straightening equipment can be used to pull the frame or body structure back in to alignment.
Realign cosmetic sheet metal damage and perform other repair and service operations in a single setup with SPEED. This system supports to repair minor accident damages without panel removing. Consist of safe mounting system and hydraulic – pneumatic pulling system.
Sophisticated micro process controlled spot pulling system for rapid dent pulling without panel removing. Easily pulls dents on vehicle roofs, hoods, and side panels. System features star tip design for welding directly to cleaned work piece, eliminating the need to drill holes or cut pin heads.
The CR500 DA is a Computerized Multifunction Inverter Spot Welder with Double Action functions on the C-tong. CR500 DA is designed for quality-minded body shops to provide quality spot welds with all new high-strength steels and welding processes.

Spot welding is the most important welding process used by automobile manufactures. It is used in their assembly lines to make many of the OEM welds on unibody cars. It is estimated that between 90 to 95 percent of all factory welds in a unibody structure are spot welds. It is used widely in our repair processes.
Car-O-Liner’s CM220 Automotive MIG has been specifically developed for the repair and welding of galvanized and primed high tensile sheet steels used in car production today. In addition it is capable of mig welding aluminum and mig brazing.

Metal Inert Gas welding offers more advantages for welding high-strength, low-alloy steel components parts used in modern vehicles.

Mig welding became popular in collision repair industry when auto manufactures began using thin gauge HSLA (High strength alloy ) steels. Car makers insisted that the only correct way to weld HSLA and other thin –gauge steel was with MIG.
Tig welding aluminium is superior and use to weld aluminium alloy body panels. Many auto manufactures now use lightweight, corrosion resistant aluminium alloy panels for their vehicles.
Plasma arc cutting creates an intensively hot air stream, which melts and removes metal over a very small area. Extremely clean cuts are possible with plasma arc cutting. Because of the tight focus of the heat, there is no warpage, even when cutting thin sheet metal.

Plasma arc cutting is replacing oxyacetylene as the best way to cut metals. It cuts damaged metal effectively and quickly but does not destroy the properties of the base metal

Pait Drying  booth model “World Eco Mini” with a thermo ventilation unit with a 116 KW heat exchanger.  Down Draft Double Blower Type paint booths with European technology to ensure dust free paint application in any whether condition.

Force drying – fresh paint by means of spray booth heat convection ovens or infrared lights will greatly reduce waiting time between coats. To help force flash paints between coats, warm the spray booth only to about 1000F  or to paint manufacture-specified temperatures. This is enough heat to speed paint flashing between coats, but it will not affect the paint. Warming the booth between coats can greatly reduce the wait time between coats and speed shop production.

After painting, you must allow the paint to flash or partially cure before baking. Baking is done at higher booth temperatures. If we accidentally bake fresh paint too quickly, or before enough solvent has evaporated, paint problems can develop.

Typically paint baking is done for 15 to 20 minutes at 1600F (720C) until partially cured. Again, allow sufficient flash time before baking for the solvents to escape so the paint will not blister..
Fully equipped colour labs with computerized colour calibration system to ensure the 100% colour accuracy of your vehicle.
Infrared Heating System for rapid paint application.