“Shops are looking for faster repairs and better results, and the REVO really delivers that for them,” he said.
Lowder said REVO infrared lamps can lead to 80 percent more shop throughput by cutting the drying time for primers, fillers, basecoat and clearcoat.
“Essentially, we’re gonna cure paint from the inside out instead of from the outside in, which is how you do it conventionally,” he said.
It was a good SEMA for GFS, Lowden told Schulenburg. By the second day, the company — which completed its REVO offering debuted in SEMA 2014 — had surpassed its highest past lead tally for the entire show.
Schulenburg said that backs up the message SCRS spreads to exhibitors — it’s a good show for the collision repair industry.
Society of Collision Repair Specialists-Collision Hub, via YouTube, Dec. 9, 2015
Featured image: The future is here for advanced joining techniques, Reliable Automotive Equipment President Dave Gruskos said in a new SCRS-Collision Hub SEMA video, a screenshot of which appears here. (Screenshot of Collision Hub video on YouTube)
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