The AXIS4000, a truck wheel alignment system that is the standard of car alignments systems in terms of ease of handling and measurement accuracy.
The Axis4000 computer-based wheel alignment system for commercial vehicles including trailers, double & triple B's, road trains, rigid axle trucks, buses and coaches.
- Fast measurement of total & single toe,steering middle position, castor, camber, KPI, thrust angle, max steering turn, out of square and axle offset.
- Measurement takes place in the "as driven position", no need to lift the vehicle.
- Different magnetic steel feet designs ensure fast fitment to steel wheel.
- Pro Clamp patented clamps with grab arms is ideal for aluminium rims.
- 360 degree rotating camera measuring heads guarantee instantaneous recording of actual data.
- The adjustments are immediately displayed on the monitor.
- The printout shows the "before" and "after" readings and settings.
- Modular system can add chassis measurement and adaptive cruise control calibration
Fast input of vehicle data
Following the simple selection of the vehicle to be aligned, all of the relevant vehicle data can be quickly and conveniently selected. The dimensions of the rim can for example be entered individually.
The AXIS4000 can be used to align almost all types of commercial vehicles from small vans through to road trains
Simple setup of measuring scales
The preparation needed to align the wheels of a vehicle is clearly explained to the user by means of a simple and clear graphic display
Clear recording of readings
The information obtained is available to the user while adjustments are being made, either in a digital or analogue format, in a large and easy to understand display
The operator is led through the individual stages thanks to a well laid out menu structure and clear instructions. The readings are displayed instantaneously for each step
Printout / Overview
The overview shows the individual readings for each axle.
This provides a clear comparison between the starting (before) and finishing(after) readings.
The readings can then be printed out. The overview can also be stored on the computer for future reference