Wheel aligners

Wheel aligners

Wheel alignment makes sure that the geometrical angles of a vehicle's wheels are correct, returning them to the values expected for that vehicle when they are misaligned. This operation guarantees that the vehicle moves in a straight line and ensures that the driver maintains a safe, solid control of the steering wheel. It also prevents uneven tire wear. 

Quality and precision have always been the hallmark of John Bean professional wheel alignment equipment, synonymous with accurate measurements obtained in real time. Our equipment allows you to quickly, fully and precisely control the toe (even at the maximum steering angle), caster and camber of the wheels. 

Our alignment equipment incorporates high-resolution cameras and has an updated database that allows you to quickly and easily verify the vehicle's correct alignment. They also detect the possible combination of tires of different sizes, which may cause malfunctions in the vehicle. An intuitive user interface and a 3D visualization system allow easy reading of the data collected during angle correction. 

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Wireless Wheel Alignment System
Premium Service

The John Bean® V3400 Wireless Imaging Wheel Alignment System provides flexible installation, usage and mobility options. Patented digital camera tracking automatically adjusts to the height of the vehicle.

Productivity enhancing software: automated caster sweep, help videos, rolling radius, cross diagonal, A-arm adjust and EZ-TOE. Hardware and advanced design: Automatic vehicle height tracking, drive through configuration, wireless communication and high mobility.

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Worry-Free Diagnostic Wheel Aligner
Premium Service

Who needs more to worry about?  We've designed a standalone, worry-free mobile wheel alignment system that is able to provide quick and accurate measurements so shops can perform error-free repair services, every time.

The V3300 system allows you to get more alignments done in less time, without having to worry.

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Imaging Wheel Alignment System
General Repair

Now there’s an advanced imaging alignment system that doesn’t require lots of training or experience to operate. With the latest XD target and camera system, the V2380 features advanced technology, combined with the simplest, most intuitive software we’ve ever offered providing the essential tools for any alignment tech. It’s the best of both worlds.

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Imaging Wheel Alignment System
General Repair

Now there’s an advanced imaging alignment system that doesn’t require lots of training or experience to operate. With the proven XD target and camera system, the V2280 features advanced technology, combined with the simplest, most intuitive software we’ve ever offered providing the essential tools for any alignment tech. It’s the best of both worlds.

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FAST AND ACCURATE IMAGING WHEEL ALIGNMENT
General Repair

Utilizing advanced imaging technology, the John Bean® V2100 provides accurate, real-time measurements - reducing setup and measurement times while generating serious productivity benefits. Matched with our latest software, the V2100 wheel aligner will have your technicians getting readings in a matter of minutes.

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Portable Imaging Alignment System
General Repair

Using advanced XD cameras and sophisticated monitoring algorithms, the V1200 Wheel Alignment System detects issues with suspension stress and errors from lift clamps, environment, and more. To save time and ensure accuracy on every alignment, users are notified only when necessary with additional information never more than one click away.

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Audit Aligner
High Volume

The Alignment Audit System is the ideal system to be installed right at the reception area of the workshop. It performs a complete analysis of the vehicle alignment condition in less than a minutes and provide an easy-to-read report of both the alignment measurements. and the need for the adjustments that are required, as well as the diagnosis of the dimensional integrity of the body by measuring the distances between the axles of the vehicle.

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