How does it work?

Basics of the skyTROTTER

1st Step:

Enter the booth through the accesible lateral door

2nd Step:

Move the skyTROTTER to the desired location. The skyTROTTER is equipped with a 48v battery to operate the displacement mechanism without plugging the equipment to the power socket.

3rd Step:

Once the workplace is reached, plug the skyTROTTER to the power socket. Use the control panel to lift the booth to the desired position.

4th Step:

Use the control panel to horizontally approach the booth to the working area in order to create a semi-closed environment.

5th Step:

Turn on the ventilation and start working on the damaged area. The 4 Stages filtration system will clean the VOCs in the environment.

6th (and last) Step:

Once the work is done, move the booth to the next area and start over the process

relevant advantages

Why to consider skyTROTTER as a new equipment for your company


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Technical FEatures

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Length 3.740 mm
Width 1.440 mm
Height 2.620 mm


Airflow 6.000 m3 /h
Max. air speed 1,26 m/s
Avg. Air speed on working area 0,3-0,6 m/s
VOCs retention 80÷97 %
Displacement speed 2,5 Km/h
Lighting power 950 lux
Battery for autonomous movement 48v with smart charger
Power cable 40m. Retractable triphasic cable
Electric traction 220 Nm (par)
Voltage 380V/50Hz
Noise Levels 75±5 dB (A)


1st Stage ANDREA Cardboard
2nd Stage Paint-Stop
3rd Stage Synthetic G4
4th Stage Activated charcoal


Max. working height 2.400 mm
Elevation system Double-Cylinder Electro Hydraulic scissor Lift
Elevation time 30s
Max. load 200 kg


Security camera (rear and side) Included
Proximity bumpers Included
Yellow strobe light Included
ATEX Control Panel Included
ATEX Lighting Included

skyTROTTER Catalogue

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Most frequently asked questions from our clients

Is skyTROTTER optimal to repair damages in trains?

Yes, skyTROTTER is optimal to refinish and repair damages in intermediate and low areas of trains, trams, light railway, cable car, heavy vehicles and machines.

Can I get to upper areas of the train/bus by using skyTROTTER?

Yes, skyTROTTER is equipped with an electric hydraulic platform to reach upper areas up to 3,8 metres high when fully elevated.

What should I do to start skyTROTTER?

skyTROTTER is a plug and play product. You just need to connect the power socket to the power supply. Its flexible power cable, 40 metres long, allows skyTROTTER move along and in between the trains/bus/trams very conveniently.

skyTROTTER is an innovative and smart product, but do you have experience at supplying solutions to manufacturers, maintainers and other railway key world actors?

Yes, we design, develop, manufacture, supply and install tailor-made spray booths for OEM   worldwide, bus and train operators and maintainers in the five continents and other industrial customers. We count on over 40 years experience as manufacturers of customized and smart solutions for major projects worldwide.

Does SkyTROTTER comply with ATEX standards?

Yes, skyTROTTER is equipped with ATEX elements to comply with ATEX regulations.

When or how often should I change the filters inside the cabin so the operator works under safe and optimal conditions?

It depends on many different factors and individual working conditions in every case, such as the type of paint, quantity of paint sprayed, the operator’s working way, the working periods and working load, distances kept to the filters and to the vehicle or machine to be repaired… However, skyTROTTER includes a filter alarm system which informs the operator when filters must be changed, as it provides an hour counter and lighting alarm to keep filters in optimal conditions. Filters can be changed easily and we provide you with all necessary spare parts.