Fasep wheel aligners: here, now!
Since 1969, Italian company Fasep has been making wheel alignment an art form. Now, thanks to Treadway Equipped, the Italian copany’s advanced, intuitive technology is available in New Zealand.
Loren Bill, national sales manager at Treadway Equipped, said the Fasep product, and the commitment of the company, stood out at the premier European trade show which Treadway Equipped’s team visited in 2016. “There, you get to see the best of the best, and that’s exactly what we are after,” she said.
Loren says the advantages of Fasep to local companies are easy to see.
“Kiwis don’t have time to muck around, and they want their businesses to be successful, profitable and respected: They like to do a good job. That’s where Fasep aligners are brilliant.”
Already on the floor in workshops around the country, Loren says the Fasep VCO-K is the easiest to use, most accurate, wheel aligner on the market. Packed with features, yet surprisingly compact, it reduces traditional alignment preparation time by up to an astonishing 80 percent.
Attention to detail, and superb design and engineering set this aligner apart.
Patented contact clamps are applied directly to the tyres, with no need to worry about the condition of the rim, significantly reducing mounting errors.
Each Fasep wheel aligner comes with a highly specified Intel computer running the latest Windows software. Loren says while the software is sophisticated, it’s also very user-friendly.
A large, 24 inch widescreen LED colour monitor helps operators make adjustments even from the rear of the vehicle, saving time and hassles.
Vehicle specifications and data are all available at the touch of a button, and are updated annually. Direct links to manufactures ensures new models, or corrections to spec.s are all there and ready to go. If needed, operators also have the ability to upload their own specifications; Fasep has thought of everything!
Batteries are easily replaceable and have the added benefit of being rechargeable by cable.
The sensors themselves are not only state-of-the-art but also compact, lightweight, and rugged – an acknowledgement that, in their working environment, they might need to be able to take the odd knock.