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Some refinishing defects are uncontrollable. However, refinishing defects that are influenced by the environment may be controlled. Let us take a look at environmental impacts on both solvent-borne and waterborne refinishing processes, such as temperature and humidity.  Temperature affects refinish materials in several ways. First, if it is too warm,...
With the popularity of ceramic coatings, a technician may be challenged with identifying and removing ceramic coatings prior to the repair process. Let us look at ceramic coating considerations for collision repair.  Essentially, ceramic coatings are:  Vehicles can have ceramic coatings applied at various stages of ownership, including by a...
Having started down a career path in the automotive industry at the age of 16, Alexandre Lajeunesse displays a never-ending passion for the industry. His journey from dealerships to the auto care sector has allowed him to develop knowledge that touches on multiple facets of the automotive industry—giving him the...
Canada’s auto care sector has been experiencing numerous labour market challenges, including the shortage of skilled workers. Based on a 2022 Statistics Canada study, there were over 11,600 job vacancies for automotive service technicians, more than double the amount posted in 2021.  On top of that, the same study showed...
With emerging technologies and electric vehicles (EVs) a hot topic in Canada’s auto care sector over the past couple of years, it is only fitting that this year’s theme for Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) Student Aftermarket “Best-in-Class” presentation day is Electric vehicles in the aftermarket. For their presentations,...

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