1. Applications
  2. Inspections, engines and body
  3. Preserving the value of vintage cars & classic cars
  4. Mille Miglia

Trotec at the Mille Miglia.

The Trotec team bets on success.

The Mille Miglia – classic street racing.

The Mille Miglia – classic street racing. Ever since 1927 have dream cars been cruising along the triangular route through Italy. Brescia is both the starting place and the final destination. Rome, the Eternal City, a highlight along the way and also turning point of the track. The Mille Miglia represents 1000 miles of pleasure driving through a glorious landscape with many cultural attractions. However, the drivers do not have much time to marvel at Italy's beauty. This year, 435 participants over a period of four days rode their legendary automobiles along seafronts and mountain passes. Naturally, the ambition of being one of the first to cross the finish line rides pillion. Only true Mille Miglia pros are allowed to participate. Cars which have already mastered this circuit between 1927 and 1957.

Legends meeting innovative technology.

Unquestionably, prized metal such as this needs to be protected and maintained, especially if it is exposed to the weather and moisture. Being passionate about classic cars also means taking on the responsibility for the condition of these rolling contemporary witnesses. In 2014, Trotec took part for the first time. When car and driver reached their goal in the evening, the last remaining moisture spots where dried out by use of Trotec products. As partner of the Bugatti team Trotec substantially contributed to the protection and preservation of the classic cars and their value throughout the race. Bugatti on the road. Trotec in the garage. A dream team.

 

 

Bugatti and the Trotec Value Protection Range.

The Mille Miglia brought the Bugatti team and Trotec an unforgettable experience. In the coming decades the Bugatti chrome idols will again be present on the track of the Mille Miglia.
Thoroughly protected against rust and corrosion.

Further solutions

Catch up on the Trotec Value Protection Range. Products preserving cars and their value. Gladly will the experts from Trotec answer your questions regarding the best climate conditions for your car and garage.

Further application examples for measurement technology in the field of inspections, engines and bodywork

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    Energy suppliers bear a great deal of responsibility. The performance and satisfaction of many companies and private customers depend on their work. This is particularly true for the energy supply. Therefore, customers must be able to count on an uninterrupted supply. To guarantee an operational distribution network at all times, the energy supplier must ensure that the technology is in perfect...

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  • Cable repair

    In the industrial sector, cables are often exposed to the toughest environmental conditions. Consequently, defects occur causing an interruption of the necessary power supply – in many cases for a longer period of time. To avoid serious production losses or to perform maintenance work as quickly as possible, cable breaks and defects are located with the help of infrared thermography. Cables used...

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  • Inspection of swimming pools

    If water leaks from a swimming pool, this will result in great financial losses. Operators of swimming pools, for instance in hotels, must have extensive repair work carried out. This means that their guests will not be able to use the swimming pool over a longer period of time and might have to be reimbursed. To locate the leak quickly and precisely, professionals make use of thermal imaging...

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  • Corrosion protection of car body shells

    Checking the humidity values with respect to corrosion protection is one of the chief climate conditioning tasks in the automotive industry. In addition to process air conditioning during all stages of the production chain, dehumidification plays a key role in all storage facilities. Particularly well suited for the dehumidification in body shell or component storehouses are the high-performance...

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  • Engine noise measurement

    Noise regulations become increasingly strict on more and more race tracks. Residents, participants and visitors of the events shall be protected from harmful noise emissions. Thus, the rule for hosts of motor sports events is: Every vehicle should be checked with regard to noise emission in advance. Reliable measurements can be effected using the sound level measuring devices from Trotec. They...

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  • Professional odour neutralisation using ozone for car valeting

    In professional car valeting the same issue crops up time and time again: how do you sustainably clean the vehicle interior from persistent, clinging odours such as the smell of nicotine or dogs? With its ozone generators Trotec offers an innovative solution – which simply eliminates the odour molecules by use of ozone.

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  • Preserving the value of vintage cars & classic cars

    Hand on heart! You may check the oil level and coolant of your classic car regularly. But do you also check the humidity level in your garage? As a precautionary measure? Moisture is the worst enemy of every classic motor car. The garage provides protection against harmful weather effects, but not against the consequences of too humid (more than 50 % RH) or too dry (less than 40 % RH) garage air....

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  • Optimum garage climate

    Your car is worth it! Worth to be protected against a harmful climate in the garage. But also worth to be driven without having to worry about rain, dust or soot deposits. This is what VPR+ climate managers with ThinC! technology are for. Get in and drive off!

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  • Hazards lurking in a garage

    Not the ravages of time chip away at classic cars: It is mother nature. Naturally your car is parked in a garage – but is it really safe there? Here you can find out which hazards might be lurking in a garage.

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  • For DIY enthusiasts

    Too humid, too dry, too cold, too warm. Too poor insulation, too good insulation – it still has to be invented: the ideal garage. There are countless hazards such as corrosion, mould etc. in a garage only waiting for classic cars and collector's vehicles. Fortunately, modern technology provides you with a vast number of options to face these natural issues.

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  • Measuring & control vehicle test stands

    Different climatic conditions are simulated in various test stands for the purpose of vehicle or component quality assurance. The Trotec Group offers an extensive range of state-of-the-art measuring devices and data loggers to measure these parameters – many of these are either "made in Germany" or "made in Europe".

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  • Inspection of engines and car bodies

    There are numerous locations on a vehicle where humidity may settle and cause great damage. Particularly the hidden corners and angles of the car body and of the engine present a serious problem. After all, the vehicle owner has no insight into these areas. When inspecting individual components such as the engine, the naked eye won't get very far either. If a component is suspected of being...

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