Automotive Refinishing body shop equipment

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We understand the requirement of automotive refinishers to achieve superior finish with no room for errors or reworks as it depletes the profits and wastes valuable resources in the life cycle of an accidental repair vehicle. The idea is to achieve maximum efficiency by investing minimal in capital equipment.

We at ARIA strive to make our automotive refinishing equipment the most efficient in operational costs by continuously updating our designs with the latest technological upgrades in the industry. To ensure complete process efficiency we offer a free workshop designing service where we design the complete flow of your workshop based on available space and workload demand. These designs are discussed with the end user and refined for specific customized requirements before commencing with the commercial side of the project.

The complete turnkey workshop development is undertaken by ARIA's experienced engineers from concept to commissioning. The most important equipment of the body shop is deemed to be the spray booth oven and hence first the space for spray booths is identified including the processes equipment which must be installed before the spray booths and the equipment that must be installed after the spray booths.

Aria Paint Spray Booth Ovens

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Aria Paint spray booths are designed to keep in mind the automotive re finishing industry where in minimum operation cost for efficient output is of most importance. ARIA has its own in-house designs which have evolved in the past 7 years to produce the most ergonomic paint spray booth ovens without compromising the safety and structural integrity of the spray booths. Every part of the spray booth is carefully designed to ensure minimum maintenance downtime and of one-man operations on scheduled maintenance.

ARIA is the only spray booth manufacturer in the world offering 5-year warranty on its products due to immense confidence in their products.

The spray booth ovens are offered in 3 models namely, INIZIO, ESPERTO and ULTIMO which have unique characteristics to suite every Bodyshop needs.

Please see below download link for technical data sheet for all our Bodyshop paint spray booth oven offerings.

Aria Semi Down Draft paint spray booth oven passenger vehicle

Aria Semi Down Draft paint spray booth oven Light Commercial vehicle

Aria Semi Down Draft paint Spray booth Oven Passenger Vehicle

Aria Semi Down Draft paint Spray booth Oven light Commercial Vehicle

Aria Preparation Bays

Aria Preparation bays are designed and manufactured tailor made to individual requirements. We have stand alone units and multiple bays structure with all the equipment required for preparing a vehicle before the final paint coat is applied in the spray booth.

Usually, Preparation stations are positioned in a Bodyshop in such a way that transit of vehicles to paint spray booths is easier and obstruction free without causing bottle necks in the process

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Aria Paint Mixing Rooms

Aria Paint Mixing rooms are completely compliant with local emergency services by-laws and European standards, they come with complete 1 hour fire rated wall panels and adequate ventilation as per EU standards.

The illumination in all models offered is 1500 LUX as per international standards for paint mixing rooms.

The fume extraction ventilation is offered by the aid of centrifugal fan mounted on the ceiling of the mixing room. This custom-made product comes in tailor-made sizes as per client requirement.

A paint mixing room, also known as a paint mixing station or paint kitchen, is a specialized area within automotive refinishing body shops where paints, primers, and coatings are prepared and mixed according to specific formulations. This area is crucial for ensuring accurate color matching, consistent paint quality, and efficient workflow. Here are key features and functions of a paint mixing room:

Controlled Environment:

Paint mixing rooms are designed to provide a controlled environment that minimizes contamination and ensures accurate paint mixing. They are typically enclosed spaces with sealed walls, floors, and ceilings to prevent dust, debris, and airborne contaminants from entering.

Ventilation System:

A ventilation system is installed in the paint mixing room to exhaust fumes and maintain air quality. This system helps remove harmful vapors generated during paint mixing processes, protecting the health and safety of workers.

Mixing Equipment:

Paint mixing rooms are equipped with specialized mixing equipment such as computerized paint mixing systems or manual mixing stations. These systems accurately measure and mix paint components, including pigments, binders, and solvents, to achieve the desired color and consistency.

Color Matching Tools:

Paint mixing rooms are outfitted with color matching tools and equipment, such as spectrophotometers and color chips, to accurately match the color of the paint to the vehicle's original color or desired color specification.

Storage and Organization:

Paint mixing rooms feature storage cabinets, shelves, and racks for organizing and storing paint cans, containers, and mixing components. Proper storage helps maintain inventory control and ensures that paint supplies are readity accessible when needed

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Safety Features:

Safety measures, including fire suppression systems, emergency eyewash stations, and personal protective equipment (PPE), are implemented in paint mixing rooms to protect workers from hazards associated with handling paint chemicals and solvents.

Workspace Layout:

The layout of a paint mixing room is designed for efficient workflow, with designated areas for mixing, measuring, and dispensing paint components. Workstations are arranged to minimize the risk of spills and accidents during the mixing process.

Compliance with Regulations:

Paint mixing rooms must comply with local regulations and safety standards governing the handling, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials. Regular inspections and maintenance are conducted to ensure compliance and safe operation.

Paint mixing rooms are regularly cleaned and maintained to prevent buildup of paint residues and contaminants. Floors, surfaces, and equipment are cleaned using appropriate cleaning agents and methods to maintain a clean and safe working environment.

Overall, a paint mixing room is an essential component of automotive refinishing body shops, providing a dedicated space for accurate paint mixing, color matching, and inventory management. It plays a critical role in ensuring the quality and consistency of paint finishes applied to vehicles.

Aria Aluminum chassis / structural repair Booths

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Aluminum Chassis/Structural Repair Booths is a term that appears to describe specialized booths or areas within automotive repair facilities that are equipped to handle repairs to aluminum vehicle chassis or frames. Aluminum is increasingly being used in vehicle construction due to its lightweight properties, which can improve fuel efficiency and performance. However, repairing an aluminum chassis requires specific equipment and expertise due to the unique characteristics of the metal.

Here are some features and considerations that might be associated with Aria Aluminum Chassis Repair Booths:

Dedicated Space:

These booths are likely designated areas within an automotive repair facility that are specifically designed and equipped to handle repairs to aluminum chassis or frames.

Aluminum Repair Tools and Equipment:

Aria Aluminum Chassis Repair Booths would be equipped with specialized tools and equipment tailored for working with aluminum, such as welders capable of welding aluminum, dent repair tools designed for aluminum panels, and specific cutting and shaping tools.

Ventilation and Safety Measures:

Working with aluminum may produce different fumes and safety considerations compared to traditional steel repair. Therefore, these booths would likely have proper ventilation systems and safety measures in place to ensure the health and safety of technicians.

Dust Extraction:

Aluminum repair may involve sanding and grinding, which can create aluminum dust. Dust extraction systems would help to remove these particles from the air, maintaining a clean and safe working environment.

Specialized Training:

Technicians working in Aria Aluminum Chassis Repair Booths would likely undergo specialized training to understand the unique properties of aluminum and how to properly repair it without causing further damage.

Quality Control:

Given the critical nature of chassis repair for vehicle safety and performance, Aria Aluminum Chassis Repair Booths would likely have stringent quality control measures in place to ensure that repairs meet industry standards and manufacturer specifications.

Compliance with Manufacturer Guidelines:

Aluminum chassis repairs may need to adhere to specific guidelines provided by vehicle manufacturers to maintain structural integrity and safety. Aria Aluminum Chassis Repair Booths would ensure compliance with these guidelines.

Insurance and Certification:

Repair facilities with Aria Aluminum Chassis Repair Booths may hold certifications from vehicle manufacturers or industry organizations, demonstrating their expertise and capability in aluminum chassis repair. Insurance coverage for such repairs may also be tailored to address the unique characteristics of aluminum repair work.

In summary, Aria Aluminum Chassis Repair Booths are specialized facilities within automotive repair shops equipped to handle the unique challenges associated with repairing aluminum vehicle chassis or frames, ensuring high-quality repairs that meet industry standards and safety requirements

Aria Infrared curing systems

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Infrared curing systems are used in automotive refinishing body shops as a method to accelerate the drying and curing of paint coatings applied to vehicles. These systems utilize infrared radiation to heat the painted surface, which promotes faster evaporation of solvents and accelerates the cross-linking of paint molecules, resulting in a more rapid curing process. Here's a closer look at infrared curing systems:

Infrared Lamps: Infrared curing systems typically consist of infrared lamps mounted on adjustable arms or panels. These lamps emit infrared radiation, which consists of electromagnetic waves with wavelengths longer than visible light but shorter than microwaves. The lamps can be positioned to target specific areas of the vehicle's surface.

Types of Infrared Lamps:

Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR):

These lamps emit high-intensity infrared radiation with wavelengths between 0.76 and 3 micrometers. SWIR lamps provide rapid heating and are effective for curing paint coatings quickly

Medium-Wave Infrared (MWIR): MWIR lamps emit infrared radiation with wavelengths between 3 and 8 micrometers. They offer a more gentle heating process and are suitable for curing sensitive substrates or heat-sensitive components.

Control Systems: Infrared curing systems may include control systems to regulate the intensity and duration of infrared radiation exposure. This allows technicians to adjust the curing parameters based on factors such as paint type, substrate material, and ambient conditions.


Infrared curing systems can be used for curing various types of paint coatings, including primers, basecoats, and clear coats. They are effective for both solvent-based and water-based paint systems.


Compared to conventional drying methods such as air drying or forced air drying, infrared curing systems offer significant time savings. They can reduce drying times from hours to minutes, allowing for faster turnaround times in the refinishing process.

Uniform Heating:

Infrared lamps provide uniform heating across the painted surface, minimizing the risk of uneven drying or curing. This helps ensure consistent paint finishes without streaks or imperfections.

Energy Efficiency:

Infrared curing systems are generally more energy-efficient than traditional drying methods since they directly transfer heat to the painted surface without heating the surrounding air. This results in lower energy consumption and operating costs.

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Safety Considerations:

While infrared curing systems are generally safe when used properly, precautions must be taken to prevent overheating and potential fire hazards. Adequate ventilation and safety protocols should be in place to ensure the health and safety of technicians.

Overall, infrared curing systems offer automotive refinishing body shops an efficient and effective method for accelerating the drying and curing of paint coatings, ultimately improving productivity and quality in the refinishing process

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