GETECH's own range of garage equipment allows the MOT tester to concentrate on the quality of test, rather than the operation of the equipment and examples of this are; a standardised laser headlight beam setter, a hydraulic play detector which operates through a complete test cycle with a single input from the tester and roller brake testers that have been designed in a modular format; to allow you as the end user total flexibility in your installation.
Our involvement in the MoT scheme also allows us to offer you expert advice for all aspects of mot related projects - we can be contacted for free advice, to supply any individual products from our range or employed to supply complete MoT bay packages directly to you.
Finally, having the best manufacturing sources and warranty are not the only reasons why GETECH are rapidly becoming known as market front runners. Customer satisfaction has always been very much in the forefront of our minds and therefore we always totally support our own product range with our own in-house service department; who have the training and competancy to ensure that, during any rare distress situations, we are able to offer immediate and accurate assistance.
With such expertise available to you, either as a new start business or an established garage looking to expand your businesses portfolio, GETECH offer a complete suite of services to support you from first principles to full realisation.
"Why would you go anywhere else for your MoT Equipment?"
Our DVSA approved double laser type headlight tester is approved for testing class 2 (motorcycles), class 4 (car) or class 7 (car, PSV & light commercial) vehicles. The double lasers offer the most accurate headlamp aim measurement possible when testing vehicles and the robust design means that we offer an extended 5 year warranty on this product.
By 'simply' by adding an integrated weighing set, an additional prompting screen and software changes, our totally modular design concept enables you to achieve an automated system either from new or by means of upgrades from our standard brake testers and they can be further upgraded to test motorcycles for combined class premises if required.
Our fully automated brake testers are approved to the latest VOSA "2013 ATL Annex" specification and are approved for use in "Connected" MOT Stations. A video showing this latest test procedure is available to view below.
The GE2 class 2 roller brake tester is designed for mot brake inspections on motorcycles and it is capable of testing all configurations, including those with sidecars, as standard.
All brake test measurements are automatically captured during a simple operating cycle and, since this roller brake tester has an integrated weighing facility, it also then can automatically calculates the braking efficiency so when the product is used as part of a motorcycle mot test bay, the result can be easily be entered into the VTS device.
Please call 0844 800 9785 for specific information on this product.
Our class 4 brake rollers are approved to the latest regulations and therefore have the facility to operate to the latest MoT testing procedures including being able to directly connect to the DVSA's MTS system. Additionally this rolling road has been designed using a modular format which allows you to easily add integrated weighing or an auxillary display for data display with 1Kgf accuracy to a standard brake tester or even upgrade the rolling road to a fully automated version of this product (GE4ATL) at a time of your choosing or if future regulations changes dictate a change.
The GE7 roller brake tester is approved by the DVSA for testing class 4, 5 Lightweight (PSV) and 7 vehicles in connected vehicle testing stations. Like all other GETECH brake testers, the GE7 is supplied with an integral floor frame - designed to make your groundwork straightforward; infra-red remote controls, roller covers and a 5 year warranty.
Our class 7 brake rollers can be easily upgraded to a fully automated version or to a combined roller set capable of extending the testing capability to include motorcycle testing as part of a combined bay.
The GE457 is controlled using a wired remote control which contains an inspection torch and integrated controls that control a single plate play detector which operates in the lateral and rotational directions. During the test procedure, the play detector operates through a complete cycle which enables the MOT tester to concentrate on observing the effect rather than controlling the play detector itself.