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Prism EL alignment system

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The John Bean Prism EL Alignment System uses wireless sensor pods to provide alignment readings, allowing more mobility for the user. Using a mobile computer, it can be used under the car, which allows viewing of the alignment measurements while making the proper adjustments. The Prism EL features easy-to-see measurements and software help screens as well as lithium-ion rechargeable batteries for long-lasting use.

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14,000-pound capacity scissor alignment lift

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John Bean has unveiled their 14,000-pound capacity scissor alignment lift, model 4814605AF. Features include:

  • Open space between the decks for improved access.
  • A 210" deck length with 154" 4-wheel, or 178" 2-wheel alignment wheelbases, as well as 186" for general service.
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10,000-pound capacity 2-post lifts

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John Bean offers their line of 10,000-pound capacity 2-post lifts available in overhead beam, clear floor, 12' or 14' symmetric or asymmetric models. Additional features include:

  • One-piece, 10-angle roll-formed columns for greater strength and durability.
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V3D Arago™ technology

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John Bean has unveiled their new V3D Arago™ technology in an effort to make theV3D Alignment Imaging technology on their alignment equipment faster and easier to use. The Arago enhancement uses digital cameras that automatically position themselves at the correct height for collecting alignment readings regardless of the lift's working height. Camera resolution and calibrations are accomplished by Arago™ DigiSmart™ software that requires no technician involvement. Previous units employed a fixed-height camera installation that required the technician to choose a particular lift working height within a fixed range, which could also vary depending on the wheelbase of the vehicle being aligned. V3D Arago™ technology uses cameras that automatically lock-in on the wheel targets as the lift is being raised or lowered. John Bean feels these enhancements help to speed-up the aligning process, while making the service easier for the technician performing it.

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