Dispensing systems

The fluid dispensing systems of the WORKY range are tailored to the operator's needs during the fluid distribution phases.

The multipurpose columns distribute both fluids and electric power and are built into the structure so that no other services are required in order to work rapidly and professionally.

Multiplo is the best fluid distribution system between two working places for industrial vehicles. FRMF is practical and cheap with what is needed and nothing more.

Ranger is the compact solution for car and motorbike garages.

Ask for a quotation. We shall be pleased to devise the best solution for your needs.

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