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Standox UV System Approved by Daimler

Published on 2008-01-03. Author : SpecialChem

Daimler AG in Stuttgart has approved Standox Standoflash ultra violet cured materials for refurbishing Mercedes-Benz used cars. This global approval covers the entire system: UV Stopper, UV Filler, UV Clear and the UV Clearcoat Hardener.

 Approved by Daimler: The Standoflash UV system from Standox
Approved by Daimler: The Standoflash UV system from Standox

"Standoflash" from Standox is a VOC-compliant product system that sets new standards of speed and profitability for micro repairs. Depending on the process, the drying time is reduced by up to 70 percent thanks to the use of modern UV technology. Bodyshops carrying out micro repairs with UV technology can now tap a profitable new business segment.

The approval by Daimler followed comprehensive tests. For Michael Gimpl, Manager After Sales Technic Corrosion Protection + Paintwork with Daimler, the approval is another example of the successful cooperation with Standox: "By using UV technology, our bodyshops can repair minor damage on older vehicles particularly quickly and at low cost." Standox brand manager Dr. Julio Salcedas adds: "For us, the approval by Daimler shows the company's trust in Standox and is another important step towards establishing our forward looking UV system in the market."

About Standox

Standox is one of Europe's leading manufacturers of automotive refinishing paints. With its headquarters in Wuppertal, Germany, the company offers innovative and environmentally compatible product systems worldwide. Standox seeks to build long term relationships with its customers based on premium product quality and high levels of practical support. Approvals from all major manufacturers reflect the company's position as a leading partner to the automotive industry. As such, the Standox brand gives professional refinishers the assurance of perfect results every time.

Source: Standox

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