One of the largest investments a body shop will make is their spray booths, and any down time experienced can lead to a significant loss of earnings for the body shop.
Replacing Spray Booth Filters
In times of austerity it may seem like a good idea to delay the replacement of worn filters to save on costs, but more often than not this is proven to be a false economy. Overdue filter changes force the spraybooths equipment to work harder in compensation for the clogged filters. Motors, burners and where fitted variable speed drives experience an increased level of wear and tear leading to a higher risk of equipment breakdown.
It has also been proven that spray booth filters have a significant impact on the quality of work carried out in the spray booth. Blocked filters reduce extraction efficiency, slowing overspray clearance. The buildup of dust and paint particles increase the risk of imperfections in a paint job, reducing the quality of finish. In addition to this slowing the airflow can cause increases in drying times which in turn reduces productivity.
Take a look at our replacement spray booth filters.
Spray Booth Maintenance
Regular replacement of spray booth filters is just as important as the quality of the filter media used. The fully qualified service engineers at AGM can offer advice on when to change filters and can recommend a filter media for your body shop’s circumstances. We can also offer spray booth maintenance and service packages that are tailored to suit your needs, for more information, take a look at our spray booth maintenance services.