GFS Launches EDGE Booth Lamp; Booth Connect Paint Booth Control Panel

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Marc-Olivier Toutant from distributor GMS explains Global Finishing Solutions Booth Connect technology. Photo Michel Beaunoyer

Global Finishing Solutions (GFS) paint booth and body finishing systems manufacturer introduced two new products at the SEMA Show.

Marc-Olivier Toutant presented new products which distributor GMS is now marketing in our region, the first of which being the EDGE paint booth. A time-tested classic with proven results in body shops,

GFS has redesigned the EDGE paint booth to include several improvements.

Glass areas have been enlarged and LED lighting made adjustable with a view to improving overall brightness.

The control panel has been revised and its larger screen allows for simpler diagnoses.

Booth construction is also more robust and installation faster.

“It’s an excellent product for our market,” states Toutant. The 360-degree view of booth operations allows us to quickly identify and correct any issues, thereby reducing downtime. The control panel also directs the operator to step by step videos to help them correct issues.”

Versatile Control Panel

Global Finishing Solutions (GFS) also took advantage of the SEMA Show to present the versatile Booth Connect control panel.

This innovative technology provides body shop managers with the ability to monitor single or group paint room operations remotely in real time.

They can see the filter status, productivity levels and paint booth usage data.

The Booth Connect control panel can be set up with any paint booth regardless of the brand.

Booth status can be tracked by computer, tablet or smartphone.


Categories : Collision, Editorial
Tags : GFS, Peinture, SEMA 2023

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