Equipment

Garage equipment, like most products, comes in a wide variation of quality and cost. It is our policy to recommend garage equipment manufacturers with products offering high standards of durability and longevity, essential in any busy vehicle workshop or bodyshop   

After sales service is of paramount importance, as down time in any workshop costs money, for this reason we have selected to work with suppliers that offer the support required to ensure the smooth operation of your facilities

Workshop

This recently taken picture of a busy franchise workshop features an open plan layout resulting in a showcase that can be viewed from the showroom and service reception area.

The facilities incorporated into this design include special station units supplying air, oil, and electrical supplies to each work bay, overhead exhaust extraction system, a fast fit service bay, a drive in service reception, tool store, and a dedicated MOT bay.
Bodyshop

This picture shows a layout of a modern medium sized bodyshop that undertakes all types of repair work.

The features include  :-
* Two spraybooths
* Dedicated  'quick pull' crash repair bays
* Dedicated  'major crash' repair bays
* Estimating bays
* Wheel alignment bay
* Dedicated mechanical 'strip and fit' bays
* Paint preparation bays
* Full dust extraction throughout

Ancillary Equipment
This picture shows the air supply typically required by a workshop and bodyshop. The screw compressor, drier unit, and reserve tank are within the workshop area but draw air from outside, the overall package is powerful but only takes a small amount of floor space. 
Ancillary equipment includes all of the smaller items essential to the operation of your facility and include :-  compressed air systems, oil dispensing systems, exhaust and dust extraction, trolley jacks, work benches, hydraulic presses, welding equipment, air conditioning repair plant, and workshop tools.

Merlong Services Ltd. 2009