Gas-catalytic medium-wave infrared curing is appealing due to shorter cure cycles and smaller floor space requirements when compared to conventional spray booths. It is necessary to overcome some limitations such as line-of-site. However, the resulting decreased cure times, improved cure degree and overall appearance, and reduction in energy use make this technology appealing and growing in adoption.
Development of the US AutoCure system was born from a “wish list” created by painters who were familiar (and frustrated) by the available infrared systems. US Autocure has designed infrared curing systems to meet the needs of many industries, including manufacturing and automotive repair. US Autocure systems are especially appealing for repair of the rapidly growing EV market due to temperature restrictions when servicing these unique vehicles.
Class 1, Division 2 certified
Fully robotic, multi-point articulation
Gas-catalytic, medium-wave infrared system
Modular Design: Can be retrofitted to any existing spray booth
No Maximum Height/Length: Flexible to accommodate different vehicle sizes and applications
Floor mounted: Requires no mounting to existing cabinets or booth walls
“One Pass” Curing System
Fully-automated: The US Autocure system will follow the contour of the vehicle or component rather than relying on a fixed pattern
Booth Load Every Hour: Achieve 80 hours of paint time per eight hour shift
Built and supported in the U.S.A.
For more information, visit usautocure.com.