Sehon debuts Cameleon EV safety workstations

Sehon debuts Cameleon EV safety workstations

The company says the workstations mitigate problems related to dust and gas emissions resulting from repairing EVs.

Sehon, a German technology company, launched the Cameleon electric vehicle (EV) workstation to help auto body shops and employees when working on EVs with multi-material bodies.

Cameleon said it ensures EV batteries’ safe storage and disposal via bodywork workstations with fixed or mobile safety technology. With its product range, which includes tools for battery-electric vehicles, hybrid-electric vehicles or plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles, Cameleon mitigates problems related to dust, fume and gas emissions resulting from the collision repair of EVs.

“Our main emphasis is on education and building awareness as well as a technological solution to the problem,” Mateusz Gawroniuk, head of international sales, said. “Modern workshops now need 70% knowledge and 30% equipment, not the other way around.”

Sehon’s products meet all safety standards and regulations for the U.S., Germany and Europe.

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