The ModulLight is an overhead lighting system specifically designed for body shops, as it defines
the working area and is positioned over the vehicle, it produces an excellent light beam on
the vertical side of the car as well the horizontal side.
The ModulLight uses the Symach Powerlux light. One Powerlux light produces the same quantity
of light as three conventional lights, this is because it uses a specific reflector designed by
Symach, that concentrates the light beam with a limited angle to cover only the vertical and
the horizontal sides of the vehicle, without any dispersion of light everywhere in the warehouse.
The Powerlux light has also the peculiarity to produce light colored to 5200 Kl°, the closest to
sunlight and it is perfect for pointing out defects during the painting process. Powerlux lights
allow technicians to repair vehicles in an easy way without missing any small defects.
The ModulLight is a modular system and is a “plug and play system”, every light is automatically
connected with the next one, this drastically reduces the traditional cost of the electric
plant. The modular system is also used as the channels to connect many different points of the
electric plant and compressed air.
The ModulLight is also the frame that suspends the Flydry robot, this luxury design is finished
off with a front band covered in Symach’s CoverTop, ABS plastic panels available in 8 different
The outer covering of Modulceiling is made from “Covertop” ABS moulded panels secured to the chassis with suitable
plastic clips. It can be opened and closed allowing users to implement the electrical or pneumatic systems as needed.
The Covertop panel comes in six different colours that can be combined at will.
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