How does it work?

Basics of the paintTROTTER

1st Step:


Plug and play product. The operator places the paintTROTTER close to the vehicle at any point in the working area. Then the worker must simply plug it into the relevant body shop connections.

2nd Step:


The next step consists on attaching the protection film and applying the masking tape by cutting the film to shape so the technician can work on the area to be painted. With this easy operation the paintTrotter is completely sealed and ready to start the repair process.

3rd Step:


paintTROTTER becomes a closed booth system, where you can work in a space that is clean of dust and dirt thanks to its efficient air recycling system. At the same time, paint overspray and dust do not get into other areas of the body shop, they are retained within the enclosed area of the paintTrotter.

4th Step:


The paintTrotter can also incorporate optional short-wave infrared equipment to reduce drying times. This system reduces process times by a third in comparison to the time needed in a traditional spray booth.

relevant advantages

Why to consider paintTROTTER as a new equipment for your company


Some videos of different repairs done with paintTROTTER

paintTROTTER Catalogue

Click on the following link to download our product catalogue

Share this pdf with your business associates and partners and introduce them to a lean refinishing future…


Most frequently asked questions from our clients

How do I start paintTROTTER?

paintTROTTER is a plug and play product. You just need to connect the power socket to the power supply to start the equipment.

Is paintTROTTER suitable to paint and repair bus, trains, motorcycles… or only cars?

paintTROTTER adapts perfectly to a wide range of vehicles, machines and industrial components, and so our customers use paintTROTTER to repair cars, bus, trolleybus, trams, trains and metro, motorbikes, lorries and industrial components for construction, furniture, renewable energies…

Do I have to perform special works in my facilities to use paintTROTTER?

No, absolutely not. No works or special adaptations are necessary, nothing at all. You just need space enough to move paintTROTTER comfortably and approach it to the vehicle/machine/component. After this, you only need to connect paintTROTTER to the electrical power.

How many workers are necessary to operate paintTROTTER?

Only one worker is necessary to operate paintTROTTER.

How do you guarantee the optimal air quality in the working area?

paintTROTTER has a 5+1 stages filtration system, which filters the VOCS microparticles (volatile organic compounds) to keep clean the air in the working area where the operator performs the reparation.

Do I need to move the vehicles or machines to be repaired in order to use paintTROTTER?

No, paintTROTTER can be easily moved and approached to the vehicle/machine. You don’t need to move the vehicle/machine.


Technical FEatures

Technical features may change without notice. Check out with us for updates.


Length 4.300 mm
Width 1.100 mm
Height 2.160 mm


Mechanics Electrical (mono or tri)
Extracted airflow 6.000 m3/h
Air speed (measured at filter exit) 1 m/s
Average air speed 0,5 – 0,8 m/s
Average light intensity 1500 lux
Built-in lighting  ATEX
Sound levels 65dB @ 1 meter
VOCs retention capacity 60 – 97%
Engine power 2,2 Kw
Lighting power 0,23 Kw
Filtration system

5 Stages + 1
Activated charcoal


Check out the available models and characteristics

painttrotter standard

Air recirculation. W/O extraction duct

The standard version (STD) of the paintTROTTER Refinish is the most commonly used with normal workloads in countries where legislation allows partial recirculation of filtered air from the paint booth.

The 5+1 stages filtration system allows only a residual part of the VOCs to be expelled outside the booth, thus maintaining the healthiness of the environment at optimal working levels.

The STD version has greater mobility since it only depends on an electrical outlet for its operation and can be easily moved where it is needed.


  • Greater mobility due to the absence of the extraction duct
  • The 5+1 stage filtration system allows to contain up to 92% of the VOCs by applying a correct filter maintenance.
  • Lower energy consumption (only 1 motor)

painttrotter EVO

With extraction duct

The EVO version of paintTROTTER is especially useful in environments with high workloads or in Countries where legislation does not allow any type of air recirculation in spray booths.

With two perfectly calibrated impulsion and extraction motors, the paintTrotter manages to expel the air outside the workshop by means of a flexible duct, while harmful VOCs have previously been filtered so the air expelled comest outside clean.

Thanks to this system, the maintenance cost is significantly low by reducing the number of filtration stages.


  • The EVO version makes the working environment TOTALLY free from potentially dangerous VOCs.
  • Considerably low maintenance cost (reduced investment in filters) 
  • Recommended in environments with higher activity or where regulations require it.