We use cookies, similar technologies and tracking services

This website uses cookies, similar technologies and tracking services (hereinafter referred to as “Cookies”). These Cookies help to display our website, improve it based on your user behavior (e.g., via Salesforce Pardot) and present content aligned with your interests (e.g., LinkedIn Insights, Google Ads). We require your consent to use Cookies. Additionally, we incorporate content from third-party providers (e.g., Microsoft Azure for single sign-on authentication), which could involve transferring your data to the United States, a non-secure third country. By clicking Accept All, you consent to the use of non-essential Cookies and to your data being transferred to third countries. Clicking Refuse enables you to reject the use of non-essential Cookies. Please select which Cookies we may use under Details. More information, particularly about your rights as a data subject, is available under Details or in our Privacy Policy .

Details

Refuse

Accept

Below, you can activate/deactivate the individual technologies that are used on this website.

Accept All

Essential

These Cookies make a website usable by providing basic functions such as page navigation, language settings, Cookie preferences and access to protected areas of the website. Cookies in this category additionally ensure that the website complies with the applicable legal requirements and security standards. Owing to the essential nature of these Cookies, you cannot prevent their use on our website. Details about these Cookies are available under More Information.

Functionality and personalization

These Cookies collect information about your habits when using our web pages and help us to enhance your user experience by tailoring the functions and attractiveness of our web pages based on your previous visits, location and browser settings. They also enable access to integrated third-party tools on our website (e.g., Microsoft Azure for single sign-on authentication). This can involve transferring your data to the United States, a non-secure third country. If you refuse these Cookies, you might not be able to access the full functionality of the website. Details about the tools we use are available under More Information.

Analysis

These Cookies are used to compile basic usage and user statistics based on how our web pages are used. If you accept these Cookies, you simultaneously consent to your data being processed and transmitted to the United States by services such as Salesforce Pardot. Details about the tools we use are available under More Information.

Marketing and social media

These Cookies help third-party sources collect information about how you share content from our website on social media or provide analytical data about your user behavior when you move between social media platforms or between our social media campaigns and our web pages (e.g., LinkedIn Insights). Marketing Cookies from third-party sources also help us measure the effectiveness of our advertising on other websites (e.g., Google Ads). We use these Cookies to optimize how we deliver our content to you. The third-party sources and social media platforms we use can transfer your data to the United States, a non-secure third country. If you accept these Cookies, you simultaneously consent to your data being transferred and processed as described above. Details about the tools we use and our social media presence are available under More Information.

More information

Save Settings

The headlamp aiming system for commercial vehicles

Suppliers of commercial vehicles benefit from our in-depth experience gained from the more than 620 manual, semi- or fully-automated headlamp adjustment systems we have installed in the end of line areas of automotive manufacturers.

Headlamp aiming systems x-light truck for commercial vehicles ensure more security

Dürr develops and supplies systems adapted for the specific requirements of headlamp adjustment in commercial vehicles.

Headlamp adjustment system types

Comprise portal systems with a drive-through height of 2.2 metres for transporters and small vans and floor-based systems for trucks and buses with axle loads of up to ten tonnes.

The low- and high-beams and the fog lamps are measured and adjusted using a lamp box that can be manually or automatically positioned at a Z-column. The x-line automation software and proven measuring algorithms complement the system.

The Screw driver Smart Ergo Drive

Smart Ergo Drive, the optional semi-automatic adjustment tool, has torque and speed settings that have been specially designed for headlight and sensor adjustment. An integral sensor in the tool allows for reliable, high-quality adjustment processes.

The system can be expanded with tools for adjusting and checking:

  • Radar distance sensors – using an auxiliary mirror by modifying the light collection box
  • Infra-red distance sensors – using a monochrome camera in the light collection box

Complete End of Line for Commercial Vehicles