Monitoring and maintaining a high quality of air is essential in confined environments such as a spraybooth where air is supplied through a compressor .COSHH Legislation states that testing of Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) should ideally be carried out at intervals not exceeding 3 months to ensure the quality of air is not compromised by pollutants.
You need to ensure a good air quality testing program is in place to protect workers and maintain the highest possible standards for paint finish quality. Without proper ventilation and regular air quality tests, you will invite any number of contaminants and pollutants into your workspace which will compromise the paint finish entirely.
What do we look for in our Breathing Air Quality Testing?
AGM Services can carry out breathing air quality tests both at the same time as your spray booth service and at set intervals between services where required. During the breathing air quality test, figures are produced for Oil Mist, Carbon Dioxide (CO²), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Water Vapour (H²O) using regularly calibrated equipment to ensure accuracy.
It is vital for you to adhere to the many spray booth regulations. A Breathing Air Quality Certificate that adheres to BS EN12021 standards is supplied at the end of each test.
Reduce costs with our Legislative Testing Services
AGM Services can arrange an annual service program to cover all your Breathing Air Quality Test requirements. Setting up a breathing air quality test annual service plan greatly reduces costs and inconvenience on your behalf.
For more information about breathing air quality testing or any of the other legislative testing we have to offer, please call 01705 363585 or contact us using the button below. Simply provide a few details regarding your body shop equipment and your requirements on our contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.