Spray Booth Maintenance. 4 Ways to Maintain Spray Booth Efficiency

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Having a professional spray paint booth in your shop is no small feature. A paint booth represents a significant investment for your business or hobby needs. That makes it vital to understand how to take care of that investment. Here at Marathon Finishing we want you to get the very most out of your investment. Here are steps that will help you keep your booth operating at peak efficiency for a long, full life.

Filter Change Regularly

This is a bit of advice that you’ll see quite often regarding anything to do with spray booth function or maintenance. One of the best things you can do for your booth is to schedule filter changes so that they get replaced before becoming ineffective. The right schedule will vary based on your workload, so pay close attention so you can quickly lock that down.

Perform Annual Maintenance

One of the major concerns in industrial business is obsolescence. Not even spray booths are immune to the possibility of being replaced by newer, better tech, but annual maintenance can reduce that risk. It even affords the opportunity to update parts of the booth to keep it up to standards.

Invest In Tech

There are a lot of incredible pieces of technology that can enhance spray booths these days, such as control panels that will help you track a filter’s spray hours, store recipes, log bake hours and even recommend paints. Take advantage of this awesome technology, and it will help you improve your output.

Optimize Your Lights

The better you can see what you’re doing, the better the result. It seems obvious, but people often forget to adjust their light setup for different projects. The arrangement and intensity of your lights will play a big part in getting the quality finish you expect from your spray projects.

Marathon Finishing is eager to help you get the most out of your spray paint booth. Contact us at any time for information on our services, our specials, or to find out how we can help you!

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