LAS VEGAS (Nov. 22, 2016) — Snap-on Inc. earned a Global Media Award during the recent Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas for its John Bean V3300 Diagnostic Wheel Alignment System.
The Global Media Awards program consisted of 29 international journalist judges from 18 countries who reviewed and evaluated products displayed in the SEMA New Products Showcase.
Designed for high-volume shops, the V3300 features a notification system that gives the user data to help prevent mistakes, Snap-on said. The user interface delivers instant access to essential tasks and it can use wireless communication for access anywhere in the shop. The folding camera system allows the equipment to be moved around the shop and stored when not in use.
The equipment uses AC400 wheel clamps that reduce the possibility of rim damage as the clamps attach directly to the tires with a single adjustment knob, the company said.
“The V3300 is fast, efficient and simple to use, eliminating potential alignment errors before they can contribute to a bad result. Its advanced automatic height-tracking feature provides optimum placement of the XD cameras to ensure more speed and accuracy on every alignment,” Adam Brown, product manager for John Bean said in a news release.
For more information, visit www.johnbean.com.