New Beissbarth Wheel Aligner - Tire Review Magazine

New Beissbarth Wheel Aligner

(Clacton, U.K./Tyres & Accessories) Beissbarth UK has launched a new wheel aligner in its highly successful Microline range, which has the highest number of top manufacturer approvals.

The Beissbarth ML1800 is an entry-level wheel alignment unit aimed at smaller body shops and garages. It runs on a user-friendly Windows computer programme and includes car and van database details.

Beissbarth UK’s managing director Phillip Hodges said: “Beissbarth aligner technology is renowned throughout the industry. By introducing this latest model we have been able to offer even more features than previously available on our starter level systems.  

“Our experience and lead in this market sector is enabling even more businesses to benefit from the advanced technology modern workshops and garages need to be offer. Investing in reliable easy use technology is the best route to remaining competitive and increasing turnover.”

The Microline ML1800 unit comes in an easy glide cabinet and includes a colour printer for producing hard copy results for both customer presentation and workshop records. It offers complete wheel alignment based on geometric driving axis and users can use the clear graphics and displays to compare actual and reference data.

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