An AGM annual service plan can eliminate the need for additional visits
Certification is provided as standard with all testing
AGM can ensure compliance with legislative testing requirements
Fully qualified spraybooth engineers
We are dedicated to ensuring that your safety and processes are taken care of and are in adherence to industry legislation of spray booth servicing. As such, we carry out a range of spray booth legislative testing services required under COSHH, EPA, PAS125 Kitemark, Manufacturer and Insurer Audit requirements.
Whether your Spraybooth Ovens, Dust Extraction Systems, Paint Mixing Rooms or Weld Fume Extraction need testing, our spray booth engineers are all equipped and qualified to ensure your equipment is running safely and that you remain compliant.
From Spraybooth Mist Clearance / Smoke Clearance, Breathing Air Quality, Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) or Stack Emission Monitoring, AGM can provide a solution to your legislative testing requirements. Certification is provided as standard with all testing.
Spraybooth Legislation Testing Services
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AGM can arrange for an annual program to cover all your spray booth legislative testing requirements to be built into a service plan, greatly reducing costs & inconvenience by eliminating the need for additional visits.
We can also provide guidance on how to set up your body shop and general place of work to be adherent to the government’s COVID-19 guidelines.
Contact us for Spray Booth Testing Programs
To enquire about an annual spray booth testing program please contact AGM Services using the button below and provide a few simple details about your equipment, or alternatively, you can call us on. 01706 363585.
Spray Booth Legislative Testing FAQs
What are the requirements for a spray booth?
Regular testing and maintenance help ensure your spray booths and spray rooms continue to eliminate contaminants in the air before people breathe them. It is a legal requirement for any employer who uses spray booths to ensure that they are in good working order and that they are tested on a regular basis. LEV testing is required once every 14 months at the very least.
Do you need planning permission for a spray booth?
Almost every style of spray booth or room requires planning permission. It must also follow current rules, particularly those governing fume venting, filtering, and ventilation.