Arms

The DARM arms are available in 2 lengths: 3 m able to move the electrical and pneumatic services from the wall to the work area and 6 m able to reach the back of the vehicles during repair work.

The arms have a coupling for extracting dust; fittings for distributing compressed air; and electric sockets for supplying the tools required for the various processes.

They are made completely of aluminium and are light and resistant to corrosion. Furthermore, the 6 m models have a gear in the joint to ensure controlled and uniform movement.

The DARM6L model features an innovative halogen lamp at one end to illuminate the work area without leaving areas of shadow.

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Catalogue arms

DARM3
DARM3

3 mt self-supporting arm with distribution of the electric, pneumatic and extraction services bui...

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DARM3SU
DARM3SU

3 mt self-supporting arm with DTE distribution end part with extraction inlet and electric and pn...

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DARM6L
DARM6L

6 mt self-supporting arm with central joint and with distribution of the electric, pneumatic and ...

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DARM6SU
DARM6SU

6 mt self-supporting arm with central joint and DTE distribution end part with extraction inlet a...

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