Implementation, installation, measurement, interface and service are made easy with the new John Bean V1200 Wheel Aligner, says the company.
The new John Bean V1200 breaks the space barrier by enabling a high-quality alignment system to be added in bays that previously couldn’t accommodate conventional imaging alignment systems.
Installing the new John Bean V1200 Wheel Aligner is simple as it has no moving parts and requires a minimal footprint for usage.
Rolling run-out compensation means no more hassles as the V1200 user can just mount and roll to measure. There is no lifting, head-charging, head-leveling or adaptors with the John Bean V1200 Wheel Aligner. All the service technician needs to do is place the V1200 on the lift and it is ready to align.
The V1200’s next-generation software is easy to learn and use, says the company. This enhanced aligner software features a notification system that provides critical information without slowing down the alignment process and an adaptive user interface that delivers instant access to productivity tools and assistance whenever required.
Maintenance and service is simple as well, as the V1200 is repairable on-site and automatic software and specification updates can be made remotely.
“With a compact and robust design, the V1200 is unique in the marketplace in that it can provide high-quality imaging alignments in shorter bays, which has not been possible in the past,” says Adam Brown, product manager for John Bean. “The V1200 works well with any alignment lift style and is the perfect addition to any size shop.”