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How to Prep Your Spray Booth in the Case of a Fire

  Read Time — 3 Minutes TL;DR Even the safest spray booth environment poses a fire risk due to the possibility of human error and technical malfunction. There are many potential fire risks present during operation: faulty and improper use of equipment, flammable spray compounds, electrical currents and any open flames. Busine...
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A Primer: Spray Systems at FABTECH 2019 - Chicago

  Attention Attendees: Get 30% off FABTECH tickets with code SPK30, or by registering with this link Based on his 40 years of booth technology experience, Bob Hauck, vice president of Spray Systems, was selected by the Chemical Coaters Association International (CCAI) to speak at FABTECH 2019-Chicago as part of their Finishing Technologies Conference Program. In his 3-part presentatio...
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The Aluminum Advantage: How to Prepare Your Spray Booth for New-Age Materials

Read time: 3 minutes TLDR New-age materials in manufacturing means companies need to prepare their spray booths for more change, now. Most spray booth operators can expect to see more aluminum vehicles, parts and components in the years ahead. Shop and manufacturing environments that handle aluminum should designate specific tools and an isolated area for working on the substance. ...
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What Should You Do If Your Booth Isn't Code Compliant?

Read Time: 2m40s TL;DR Routinely cleaning your booth and its air filters can help make sure your spray booth remains code compliant while preventing potential risks of fire. Move spark-producing devices away from your spray booth at a safe distance indicated in applicable local and federal codes.  Ensure your booth has fire suppression equipment available and conduct routine e...
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What Does my Booth Need to be Code Compliant?

Read Time: 2m32s TL;DR OSHA enforces national regulations to ensure safety in the workplace including access to protective equipment, air quality, lighting, fire control systems and the placement of hazardous operations in the workplace. The National Fire Protection Association is a national code that addresses regulations on fire safety equipment, maintenance and evacuation p...
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Safety Regulations: National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)

    The production of air pollutants is an unfortunate side effect of various manufacturing and industrial processes, including many types of spray and finish applications. Without the proper filtration and containment system in place, the release of pollutants can have devastating consequences to human health, as well as the local environment. These hazards are the chief reasons for ...
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Safety Regulations: OSHA Standards for Paint Spraying Operations

Read Time: 3 minutes TL;DR Because the chemicals used in most spray and finish applications are flammable or have toxic properties, companies considering incorporating spraying processes into their operations must adhere to applicable regulations to avoid costly fines and other penalties. The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the primary...
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