Range of Refurbishment The wheels are marked after receipt

First, the wheels delivered by the customer are permanently marked by means of needling in the rim bed. This marking makes the wheel traceable and ensures that you receive your wheels back. The QR code also documents the high-quality refurbishment process.

QR code on the rim, 12 x 12 mm


From old to new in five steps Mercedes Baroque wheel

Step 1: incoming test

When we receive the wheels, they are permanently marked. After the wheel has been thoroughly cleaned, it is checked visually and examined according to the original drawing. A subsequent hardness test provides information about the existing material properties. If the wheel is within the specifications of the Federal Ministry of Transport refurbishment begins.

Step 2: paint removal

The basis of the refurbishment work is the removal of all damaged material. For this purpose, the entire coating is removed in a material-conserving process.

Step3: processing

Then the damaged areas are professionally repaired by hand.

Step 4: varnishing

Depending on the design and selected paint structure, the wheel is painted on our series production line both in our technical centre as well as by hand. This usually consists of a powder primer, painting in the original colour tone and a sealant with acrylic paint.

Step 5: final check

Before the wheel is returned, it undergoes another inspection process. This is based on the increased requirements of an OEM wheel manufacturer.

The limits of refurbishment

We adhere to the applicable conditions of the "Description for optical wheel refurbishing" issued by the Special Committee "Wheels and Tyres" of the Technical Committee for Automotive Technology (FKT) and refrain from welding, straightening or even reshaping work, as the safety of your wheels would be significantly impaired.