Paint Trotter

Lean and Flexible Solution for Small Reparations

80% of the automotive body repairs are small areas of damage in the lower part of the vehicle,including the front and rear areas of the vehicle. Usually these small repairs are managed along with the larger ones, which creates issues with logistics, repair times, workshop space distribution and energy consumption.

The Four Problems in a Conventional Spray Booth

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Only 4 Steps and it’s Ready to Use


Placing and Connecting

The operator places the paintTROTTER close to the vehicle at any point in the working area. Then they simply plug it into the relevant body shop connections.


Closing the Booth

The next step consists on attaching the protection film and applying the masking tape, by cutting the film to shape so the technician can work on the area to be painted. With this easy operation the paintTrotter is completely sealed and ready to start the repair process.


Sanding, Painting, Polishing

paintTROTTER becomes a closed booth system, where you can work in a space that is clean of dust and dirt thanks to its efficient air recycling system. At the same time, paint overspray and dust do not get into other areas of the body shop, they are retained within the enclosed area of the paintTrotter.



The paintTROTTER can also incorporate short wave infrared equipment so reducing drying times.This system can reduce process times by a third in comparison to the time needed in a traditional spray booth.