2 Langwa St

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Langwa St

Randburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0861

27.9792

227 Braam Fischer Dve

Braam Fischer Dve

Randburg

2125

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.107302

28.001479

12 Cresent Strathaven

Cresent Strathaven

Sandton

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.09043

28.07883

177 Oxford Rd

The Zone Rosebank

Oxford Rd

Johannesburg

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1492

28.0447

panelbeaters eqpt & supplies

1 Jan Smits Av

Jan Smits Av

Kempton Park

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.11716

28.02449

321 5th St

5th St

Sandton

2090

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.09973

28.08107

670 Pretoria Main Rd

Pretoria Main Rd

Sandton

2090

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.11534

28.08501

Panelbeaters Equipment and supplies

A panel beater is a professional person who specializes in auto body repairs. They are responsible for stripping and refitting the body of a vehicle. A panel beater needs to master a variety of different repair techniques such as welding, and painting. A good body repair technician must also have some basic knowledge on vehicle mechanics traits. 
 
The skills of a panel beater are not limited to working on cars. Some may also specialize in motorcycles and even aircrafts. Welding, brazing and torch cutting are some of the useful skills a panel beater needs. Steel and aluminum are not the only supplies that a skilled panel beater works with. They also need to know how to work with fiberglass, body putty and different adhesives.
 
Most panel beaters will work at a body shop. This is the facility where cars are repaired as well as restored. Body shops usually have welding and painting facilities along with lifts and tool benches on their premises. Body repair shops have specific tools that they use to smooth out metal and make any additions where necessary.
 
Panel beaters have one or more work bays where vehicles are worked on. One of the most basic tools that you will find in any panel beating shop is a hydraulic steel pump. You will also find several different types of hammers, which are standard tools at any body repair shop. Dollies of various shapes and sizes are used to mold dented metal back into shape. Motorized sanders and spray guns are also used to perform certain tasks. They may also use other equipment such as infrared dryers, spray ovens and compressors.
 

Panelbeaters Equipment and supplies

A panel beater is a professional person who specializes in auto body repairs. They are responsible for stripping and refitting the body of a vehicle. A panel beater needs to master a variety of different repair techniques such as welding, and painting. A good body repair technician must also have some basic knowledge on vehicle mechanics traits. 
 
The skills of a panel beater are not limited to working on cars. Some may also specialize in motorcycles and even aircrafts. Welding, brazing and torch cutting are some of the useful skills a panel beater needs. Steel and aluminum are not the only supplies that a skilled panel beater works with. They also need to know how to work with fiberglass, body putty and different adhesives.
 
Most panel beaters will work at a body shop. This is the facility where cars are repaired as well as restored. Body shops usually have welding and painting facilities along with lifts and tool benches on their premises. Body repair shops have specific tools that they use to smooth out metal and make any additions where necessary.
 
Panel beaters have one or more work bays where vehicles are worked on. One of the most basic tools that you will find in any panel beating shop is a hydraulic steel pump. You will also find several different types of hammers, which are standard tools at any body repair shop. Dollies of various shapes and sizes are used to mold dented metal back into shape. Motorized sanders and spray guns are also used to perform certain tasks. They may also use other equipment such as infrared dryers, spray ovens and compressors.
 
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