Minimize Cycle Time and Increase Revenue With the Phoenix
US Autocure has developed the “Phoenix,” an industry-changing gas catalytic autonomous paint curing technology. Its robotic system has been engineered by auto body veterans Tim Beal and Byron Davis as well as aerospace engineer Mickey Meyer. This team brought extensive, first-hand knowledge of body shop bottlenecks, particularly relating to the curing stage.
The system utilizes medium-wave infrared light sources following a programmable pattern to greatly reduce curing time, resulting in shorter overall cycle times and greater shop output. The Phoenix moves along 11 points of articulation, allowing it to follow vehicle or component contours for a thorough cure and remarkable finish. The system dramatically reduces cure times, allowing shops to increase output without expanding facilities or adding technicians. Lower energy requirements that accompany infrared curing allow shops to reduce their overall utility bills while enjoying increased production.
The Phoenix is the first and only infrared curing system that is in full compliance to Canadian & U.S. Fire Prevention Class 1, Division 2 standards. As a result, the Phoenix can be installed in pre-existing paint booths without separate enclosures. The Phoenix is built and supported in the United States.
The Phoenix is available exclusively through Industrial Finishes & Systems, Inc. Visit industrialfinishes.com/infrared-curing-system/ or call 800.531.1305 for more information.