Spraybooth Servicing & Breakdown
Whatever your Spraybooth problem we work with leading suppliers to provide you a quick, economical and efficient solution to get you back up running in no time.
Our Spraybooth service partners provide maintenance and breakdown cover throughout the UK includes a range of services to reduce any downtime.
Service & Maintenance
Our experts recommend Spraybooth equipment should be serviced at intervals of between 750 & 1000 running hours to ensure you receive optimum performance. We offer a range of services to keep you achieve this.
Our service & maintenance offer includes:
- Calibration service to NPL standards
- Performance checks
- Telephone technical advice & support
- Technical support on EPA, COSHH and equipment malfunction
In addition a bespoke preventative maintenance contract can be agreed to ensure your Spraybooth always operates at peak efficiency which will aid to reduce downtime.
Spraybooth equipment breakdown can cause unwanted downtime for any bodyshop. Our emergency breakdown service provides you with a fast, reliable service that can deal with any Spraybooth equipment failure. Our engineers carry or have access to an extensive stock of common replacement parts whilst our in-house Technical Team are available to assist over the phone and in many instances are able to resolve faults without the need to incur costs for call-outs.
Whether the parts in question are light tubes and ballasts for a service, or a new temperature probe following a breakdown, our engineers will have you up and running in no time reducing the downtime for your bodyshop. Our spare parts service includes supply for all brands of Spraybooths, including Junair, Dalby, USI, Spraybake, Spraybooth Technologies (STL) and Nova Verta. An extensive range of all common parts are stocked on our engineers vans, however if we are unable to supply the part at the time of visit we will endeavor to despatch this part on the same day.
Spraybooth Legislation Testing
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) legislation indicates that isocyanate paint materials, found in paint sprays, can cause health problems if not controlled effectively within the body shop. It is for this reason that spray booth COSHH testing, such as Mist Clearance Tests, Breathing Air Quality Tests and Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) Tests are required under COSHH legislation. Our engineers can carry out the required testing on a regular basis and provide the appropriate certification to verify that your spray booth is adherent to COSHH regulations, and your body shop meets its statutory obligations.
Mist Clearance Testing
As most airborne paint mist is invisible, it is important that users of the spray booth know exactly how long it takes to clear isocyanate particles from the area. A mist clearance test is carried by one of our Engineer which involves recording to how long it takes for the last particles to be removed via the spray booth's extraction, a warning note outside the Spraybooth indicating wen it is unsafe to enter without PPE. COSHH Legislation advises that these tests are carried out at 14 month intervals, and can be carried out at the time of your spray booth service
Regularly changing the filters within your Spraybooth will ultimately impact the performance of your booth.
Our range of Spraybooth filter services include:
- Input filters
- Extract filters
- Secondary extract/ pre- filters
- QAD filters/ specialty filters
- Regulator filters
These services will ensure your Spraybooth is operating efficiently and at optimum performance.