WHEEL REFURBISHMENT PROCESS
At Rhino Alloys, our team of professionals carry out all jobs on site in our purpose built premises. All vehicles are kept inside overnight, in a highly secured environment. Our warm covered reception area has tea and coffee making facilities for you to enjoy while you wait.
Tyre removal and rim preparation Tyres are removed and prepared for wheels to be chemically dipped.
Wheels are dipped in hydrofluoric acid to remove all dirt and paint, returning the wheels back to bare alloy.
Our team of experts can weld and fill anything from minor scrapes to major cracks.
Any distortion is corrected, Alloy wheels are more delicate than the steel wheel and straightening them must be carried out with extreme care and attention. We have the experience and equipment necessary to do this safely and successfully.
Wheel face preparation
The face of the wheel is sanded and smoothed using a wide range of sanding and grinding tools to remove any damage.
Wheels are blasted to remove any debris and to provide a good key for the new finish.
This is the strongest, most cost effective finish that can be applied to your wheels. This can be applied in a variety of different colours and styles.
Diamond cutting entails skimming your alloys using a state of the art CNC lathe, leaving a sophisticated shined surface. http://www.rhinoalloys.co.uk/diamond-cut/
The tyre is re-fitted and balanced using adhesive weights on the inside of the wheel.
Brake Caliper Finishes
Brake caliper lacquer from Foliatec is a three-part paint system that gives a brilliant high gloss finish enhancing the appearance of brake calipers and drums, available in a variety of colours.