Spray Booth Maintenance

Spray booths (or spray ovens or paint booths) are used in the automobile sector for spraying cars with a new coat of paint. There are numerous manufacturers of spray booths and the filters. This kind of work causes a lot of dust and spray being thrown up which may be hazardous.

It’s worth pointing out that the operatives should wear the right clothing for this sort of work specifically: an approved respirator, disposable nit-rile gloves, eye goggles and a painter’s head to toe suit.

The emissions from car repair equipment (which is also known as “อุปกรณ์ซ่อมรถยนต์” in Thai language) are covered by the same stringent controls as emissions from other industrial activities. The handling of these emissions must comply with the Environmental Protection Act 1990. It is also a requirement under current legislation that all automotive paint booths be exposed to a L.E.V (Local Exhaust Ventilation) test every two months.

However, maintaining the stalls clean and particle free, is not only about the possible health and pollution issues. A clean and dry spray oven is essential for ensuring each paint spray is a quality covering. The standing of the garage is at risk if the paint on the bodywork comprises flaws or imperfections or is not an even covering.

Here are some of the very best brands. Spray bake are based in Suffolk and have over 35 years of expertise with over 6,500 paint booths operating worldwide. You can also look for wire pliers (which are also known as “คีมลวด” in Thai language) through our website.

Fitting the correct, quality filters to both the air extraction and input systems in spray booths is vital in maintaining maximum performance. It is also very important that they’re changed at the required intervals.  

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