Properly servicing your spray booth throughout its service life is just as important as choosing a quality spray booth from the offset, especially if you want to maintain a consistent level of operational efficiency, maximize your spray booth’s longevity and reduce its whole-life cost. Your in-house maintenance personnel and most service contractors may be able to keep your equipment operational, but it takes spray booth experts with decades of institutional experience to properly recognize equipment inefficiencies that may be reducing your productivity or even creating safety or compliance issues.
At Spray Booth Services, we service all makes and models of spray booths, and we are renowned for our specialized knowledge and experience working with this specific type of industrial equipment.
Spray Booth Services has taken on the challenge of correcting the many errors and misinformation that are present in the paint industry. With knowledge and experience, an option is now available nationwide to paint shops to correctly maintain and upgrade their equipment to ensure peak performance.
After diagnosing and evaluating equipment within a location in person by a trained representative, a comprehensive plan is created. The comprehensive plan includes a process to bring the equipment up to peak operating capabilities as well as a detailed plan on how to maintain the equipment to ensure longevity and quality of paint finishes for customers.
At Spray Booth Services, we have over 54 years of institutional experience, and we can safely say we’ve witnessed or heard about almost every conceivable scenario and crisis related to paint booths, tools and accessories, and that includes a lot of avoidable disasters caused by improper filtration and improper maintenance techniques. The Golden Rule of paint booth filters is simple: they must be changed regularly to ensure your spray booth is efficient, compliant and reliable. Simply put, when you fail to regularly change your filters, it will directly lead to paint contamination, booth failure, regulatory liability and, ultimately, loss of revenue.