Spray booth Ovens are a critical part of the Bodyshop, and a pretty permanent fixture. When choosing a supplier, make sure you look at the service and maintenance offer that goes along with it.
Quite rightly a lot of time and consideration goes into finding the right manufacturer for your spray booth equipment, as it’s a significant investment, especially in the current economic climate. The equipment needs to suit specific types of business productive requirements whilst ensuring operational costs are as low as possible considering the ever-increasing costs of electricity, gas and oil. There are other considerations such as the manufacturers ability to contract manage a project, where the product is manufactured, what components are used that all influence a decision.
But the equipment purchase and installation is just the start of it………….
If Spray booths are not maintained properly, they can develop problems and those problems can prove to be very expensive, far outweighing any initial savings on purchase price. In the same way that fuel efficiency of a car drops and tyres wear prematurely if you don’t check the pressure, if Spray booths fans are not cleaned or filters changed airflow efficiency and drying performance drops. Simple daily, weekly and monthly checks like extract filter changes, regular booth cleaning, and so on are critical to keep valuable equipment running as effectively as possible.