Demand Charges: Gas Catalytic Drying vs Electric Infrared Drying
What Dryer Is Right For Your Spray Booth?
As a body shop owner, you know how important the paint booth bake cycle is. In fact, your drying process is a pivotal part of operations. The right kind of dryer can easily reduce your cycle time and increase your overall throughput. However, the wrong dryer can also result in an unnecessary constraint on your operations.
Gascat Dryers vs. US Auto Cure
Two weeks ago, we created a comparison of Gascat Dryers vs GFS. However, this week we’re matching Gascat Dryers up against US Auto Cure. As you may have read already, gas catalytic drying has existed for about two decades now. Surprisingly, it has been a slow transition for the US in the few years it has been available over here. Over in Europe, most body shops implemented into their operations many years ago and it has become a staple since.
3 Best Ways Body Shops Can Improve Cycle Times
The body shop business is evolving ever year, and yours should, too. Here, we have the 3 best ways body shops can improve cycle times.
GasCat vs. Global Finishing Solutions (REVO)
In a previous blog, we looked at Gascat Dryers vs. Symach. However, this week we’ll look at how Gascat Dryers stack up against Global Finishing Solutions. As we’ve discussed before, gas catalytic drying has been around for close to twenty years now. Even so, it only started making its way over into the US a couple of years ago. Over in Europe, it’s a “tried-and-true” technology that a majority of body shops have implemented into their operations. In the US, there is still a bit of reluctance when it comes to change in body shop operations.
Three Trends To Squeeze More Profit Out Of Your Collision Repair Shop
Over the last few years, there’s been a steady shift in the U.S. collision industry. A lot of it has to do with the technology coming out and making things easier. But another has to do with the change in focus by shops.
Gascat Dryers vs Symach
In previous blogs, we looked at how gas catalytic drying worked, but also who the top manufacturers are. Gas catalytic drying has been around for close to twenty years over in Europe; however, it’s only recently begun to make its way over into the US. It isn’t necessarily new, but it’s a new technology for the US body shop industry, and because of that, there’s been a bit of reluctance towards making the upgrade to gas catalytic drying. Nonetheless, some of the biggest shops have made the transition and they’re saving on time and money in the process.
The Best Gas Catalytic Dryer Manufacturers: A Comparison
While gas catalytic drying isn’t new to the auto industry, it’s taken quite a few years to gain some traction here in the U.S. It’s a revolutionary technology, and as with anything new, there’s always a bit of reluctance and skepticism. However, since it first arrived in the U.S. roughly four years ago, there’s been a steady increase in companies focusing on gas catalytic drying.