For your modern workshop to succeed, you need a team of talented mechanics, the right tools and, of course, the right equipment. There are many different types of equipment out there, and depending on the space available in your workshop, you may need to be a bit picky about what you invest in. After all, a lot of workshop equipment can take up valuable floor space and may limit the number of vehicles you have in your workshop at one time.
One piece of equipment that we believe offers immense value to any workshop is a roller brake tester. In this article, we’ll highlight some of the benefits you can expect from owning a roller brake tester.
Save Your Clients Time
Now that you own a roller brake tester, your current clients don’t have to go to a different workshop to get their brakes tested. This actually saves your clients time and money, providing them with extra value and another reason to make you their preferred workshop of choice.
You’ll Make Your Money Back
Yes, a roller brake testing system can be quite a large investment depending on the make and model you buy. But remember that you can charge your clients for brake testing services and you can certainly expect to break even in a year or two. Any income made from brake testing after that will be profit.
Little Maintenance Required
Modern roller brake testers require very little maintenance. Although you should check your system for faults regularly, you won’t be spending copious amounts of time cleaning and maintaining your system.
Newer roller brake testers come with a wide host of modern, customisable features that not only make it very easy and safe to use but also future proof your workshop and ensures you won’t need an upgrade in a couple of years’ time. All in all, a new roller brake testing system is a very wise investment that will last for many years to come.
Are you looking to purchase a top-quality roller brake tester in Australia? MAHA Premium Workshop Equipment has a range of heavy-duty roller brake testers for you to choose from. Feel free to check out our roller brake testers on our website, where you’ll find comprehensive information, or contact us should you have any questions.