A Step-by-Step Guide to Conducting Dent and Scratch Assessments on Abuntex
In light of the recent surge in inquiries about dent and scratch assessments on Abuntex following hailstorms in South Africa, we understand the need for efficient and accurate assistance in handling Paintless Dent Removal. To streamline the process and provide you with the best possible guidance, we have outlined a step-by-step instruction post below:
D – Paintless Dent Removal
Repair Method D is to be used when you are doing pointless dent removal. Click on the D button; next tell the system which way the dents are orientated. Then select the size of the dents in millimetres by selecting the correct size from the ones supplied. You will have to count the number of dents on the panel; the system will then automatically calculate the work units required to repair the number of selected dents. You will then be prompted to enter a Dent repair labour rate as well for the calculation to work.
NOTE: You have to enter a Dent Repair Labour rate when entering Labour rates when using the D repair method
By selecting the D button.
You will then get the following block where you have to enter the orientation of the part (horizontal or vertical), the size of the dents and how many dents there are on the panel. The system will then automatically calculate the required repair time for the damage.
Optimisation will also be applied to this repair should the work units that are calculated by the system comes within the pre-selected values:
- You will still have the option to go ahead with the Dent repair or you can select to Renew the part.
- You can also ask the system to do an automatic dent repair calculation by selecting the Dent Repair Calc button when you click on the I button in the graphics:
- The system will ask you what the shape and size of the dent is and you can select if it will be an Easy, Standard or Difficult repair. The system will then calculate the repair time needed to fix the damage.
NOTE: Paintless Dent Removal does not include R&R, Should you need to remove any parts, please select “N”on the relevant parts.
Should you encounter any challenges or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us at 011 875 8920. Our dedicated Audatex Team is ready to assist you.
We hope this step-by-step guide enhances your Dent and Scratch assessment process, providing you with the efficiency and accuracy needed after the recent hailstorms in South Africa.