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Aluminum Isolation Station

Aluminum Isolation Station

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

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Aluminum Repair Station

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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Aluminum Repair Station Plus

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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Isolation Stations

ALUMINUM INSULATION STATIONS   GFS ‘most profitable environment for aluminum repair, the aluminum repair isolation station has resistant and non-combustible curtain walls to avoid contamination during the aluminum repair process.

With Ford’s newest F-150 trucks with aluminum body, platform and support, the collision repair shops not only had to learn how to repair aluminum vehicle parts, but they also had to establish safe and isolated environments for the aluminum repairs.

The need for an isolated work area for the repair of aluminum is not a matter of preference, opinion or regulation, but a matter of science and safety. Aluminum and steel do not mix, and if they are put together during the repair process, the results can be catastrophic.

To prevent contamination from compromising repair and protect your employees, aluminum repair work should be done in an isolated area with a dedicated tool set. GFS aluminum repair stations are flexible and effective solutions for the proper insulation of aluminum repair processes.

Aluminum repair has been occurring in the collision repair industry for many years in different makes and models of cars. However, starting in 2015, Ford announced that the Ford F-150, the best-selling truck in the nation, will be manufactured primarily. out of aluminum. When an important leader in the automotive industry makes a move like this, it usually means that aluminum construction in vehicles will only become more common and, eventually, can become a standard in many car brands.

Why is an aluminum isolation station important for your store?

In any collision repair facility, repair means the creation of dust and particles. Either by sanding or cutting, there will definitely be an accumulation of dust and debris over time. Certain metals are highly combustible when they are in the form of particles or dust. One of them is, you guessed it, Aluminum. There are several reasons and several benefits for installing an aluminum workstation or an aluminum isolation station. The first and main reason is security. The second reason is the control of contamination with respect to the process of automatic repair and repainting.

Because aluminum dust is a potentially hazardous material that can explode under the right conditions, it is highly recommended (and may be required by the workshop insurance company) that the area where the aluminum repair will be made, is insulated from contain aluminum. Particles that will surely be created. In this way, maintaining the area is easier and more effective. The periodic cleaning of the aluminum powder or the installation and the aluminum dust extraction unit is much more effective when the workshop is dealing with an isolated or isolated area for aluminum work. Failure to isolate aluminum work areas can have disastrous results. Isolation Stations

Cloud type explosion (suspension): in the example described below, fine aluminum dust and other contaminants were allowed to accumulate on the horizontal surfaces of an installation and then, at some point, become clouds. Once in the form of a cloud, the particles can be in perfect suspension with oxygen in the air and all that is needed for an explosion is a source of ignition. It could be from a welder, someone who grinds and creates sparks or just a plug that emitted a small spark when plugged in or unplugged. The result can be a powerful explosion.isolation-stations contact us.

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