SEMA 2021: Celette Innovates and Stands Out

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Pierre Nicolau, president of Celette, in front of the equipment presented during SEMA in Las Vegas. PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer

The French supplier of chassis straightening and measuring equipment Celette exhibited its latest innovations at this major aftermarket show.

The president of the multinational company, Pierre Nicolau, presented us these novelties.

He first demonstrated the TriOxyclean machine, which is used to sterilize and purify the interior of vehicles.

This equipment will eliminate bacteria and viruses in the car while completely erasing bad odors whether they come from cigarette smoke, food or alcohol.

It’s ideal for preparing vehicles for resale,” says Nicolau.

Celette also won an innovation award at SEMA for its Eagle laser measurement tool.

It is a brand new technology combined with an intuitive interface that allows the technician to take chassis measurements in three easy steps.

Magnetic targets are placed on the measurement points and the laser readings are automatically recorded and displayed by the accompanying software.

This equipment complements Celette’s extensive catalog of support and straightening tables, as well as heavy-duty straightening equipment and specialized welders.

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