Advanced Imaging Technology, Faster Measurement Times with Hofmann Wheel Aligner

Advanced Imaging Technology, Faster Measurement Times with Hofmann Wheel Aligne

Featuring intelligent predictive alignment flow, the geoliner 630 allows for quick access to vehicle history from the home screen.

 

Utilizing advanced imaging technology, the new Hofmann geoliner 630 provides accurate, real-time measurements that generate serious productivity benefits at an economical price point.

“The Hofmann geoliner 630 is simple to operate, has a much faster setup time and provides much quicker measurement times, so more alignment jobs can be completed during the course of a day,” said Adam Brown, product manager for Hofmann. “Because of the ongoing support and training Hofmann provides to its customers, shops will be able to optimize the efficiency of their geoliner 630, enhancing productivity and customer loyalty.”

The new geoliner 630 features benefits unique to Hofmann, including:

Next Generation User Interface – Featuring intelligent predictive alignment flow, the geoliner 630 allows for quick access to vehicle history from the home screen. It also includes a new graphic adjustment screen that makes it easy to use.

VIN Scanner Accessory – Optional unique feature allows users to automatically start the alignment process, quickly select the VIN number and rapidly access history using the easy-to-navigate graphic display on the home screen.

Compensation Warn Alert – Automatic process that constantly monitors the alignment, provides critical information to make sure the job is done correctly, and detects common environmental conditions and vehicle problems that could result in maladjustment.

 

Customers can learn more about the new Hofmann geoliner 630 wheel aligner and other Hofmann wheel service products by calling 800-251-4500 or visiting us.hofmann-equipment.com/en.

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