The SHFT™ tip helps technicians easily duplicate OE hem flange seams commonly found on doors, hoods and deck lids. In this video, we share our best tech tips to help you master using the SHFT tip to save time and money in the shop.
Ever wondered why every manufacturer of 2K cartridges instruct users to equalize and purge the cartridge before attaching the static mixer? Here's your chance to find out why these steps are so important and how to do them properly.
Ever wondered why SEM offers so many different types of 2K seam sealers in our DUAL-MIX line? With the increase in post-inspections, we want to be sure you have what it takes to duplicate factory seams for any repair. For the first time, we've released a complete 2K seam sealer product demo on video. Watch now to learn more.
Want to reduce the time to complete a hem flange seam by up to 65%? The new SHFT™ SEM Hem Flange Tip allows technicians to reduce repair times, steps and waste when replicating OE hem flange seam sealer beads commonly found on doors, hoods and deck lids. Utilizing the SHFT tip means, no more masking or spreading.
In today's climate, restoring a damaged vehicle back to OEM standards is more important than ever. SEM is here to help with 4 resources for duplicating the most difficult OE seam sealer beads with precision and speed.
We’re all looking to maximize efficiency and drive profits. Accomplish these goals and more with SEM’s intelligent product design. To learn about profitable solutions that help you repair bumpers 2x faster, turn one extra car per week and save up to 85% of labor, read on or watch the videos now.
SEM Products releases a patent pending, game-changing solution with the addition of new gray and beige Dual-Mix™ Heavy Bodied Seam Sealer and ORBiT™, the OE Ripple Bead Installation Tip. Now all four colors are available as Heavy Bodied Seam Sealers, designed with a high viscosity to hold tooling marks. When paired with ORBiT, these products offer a one-of-a-kind solution for duplicating the hard to match OE ripple bead withou...
The hot topic as of recent has centered on the use of corrosion inhibitive products in the collision repair industry with some insurance companies adopting policies to ensure they are used. Direct to metal primers, weld-through primers, cavity waxes, undercoatings, sealers and even adhesives all fall into this category but questions of what, when, where, why and how still seem to plague technicians. The following should help to clear up those qu...