Chief will show NACE | CARS 2016 attendees how the OEM shift to
lighter-weight materials such as aluminum, carbon fiber, high-strength steels
and magnesium is driving the need for new equipment and repair techniques to
perform proper collision repairs. NACE | CARS 2016 takes place August 9-13 at
the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Chief will be in booth
The new Globaljig®
Presented by Chief® Quick Pull bench is designed to handle most collision
repair shops sheet metal and other light-duty pulling jobs in the bay, keeping
the frame bench clear for major jobs.
America’s leading collision repair equipment manufacturer, introduces Centurion, the largest
and strongest frame rack in the industry. With custom lengths up to 80 feet,
technicians can simply drive the largest heavy-duty vehicles into position on
the Centurion, swing the towers into position, and get to work in just 10
minutes. Each tower provides 55 tons of pulling power, so Centurion can
straighten any truck, trailer, bus or other heavy-duty vehicle.
Presented by Chief
introduces the small but mighty Koala bench. Its compact size comes with a compact price, yet it's versatile enough to handle most of the structural work that comes through a typical collision repair shop - including the center section holding required to repair the latest generation of vehicles. The Koala structural repair bench can be used as an install or work bay lift for easier vehicle tear down and reassembly, sheet metal repair, blueprinting operations, or for structural straightening and holding of parts for replacement.
Presented by Chief
line of benches and frame measuring equipment is featured in a new section of the Chief website at www.chiefautomotive.com/Global-Jig/. The user-friendly site uses visual images to help guide visitors through the Globaljig product lineup and is maximized for any device.