Spray Booth Cleaning

There are many different types of paint spray extraction systems for different types of paint spraying applications.

These include:

  • Powder coating
  • Wet booths
  • Dry booths
  • Vehicle booths

A spray booth is a controlled environment that is used for the extraction of the excess paint spray and fumes that go with it.

SPRAY BOOTHS - Image 2In order to assist the removal of unwanted over sprayed paint from the air and to stop excess pollutants from entering our atmosphere, a curtain of water is pumped over the booth like a waterfall.

This curtain of water produces a downdraft of air which sucks the over sprayed paint into the booth, the particles are then trapped within the water at the basin of the booth.
Due to  the particles being trapped, sludge’s start to build up in the basin of the booth over a period of time. Spray booth cleaning is required when the solids reach around 5 – 10 % (normally 100 – 150 mm at the bottom of the basin).

If you want to keep costs of disposal at a minimum and prolong the life of your paint spray booth, then it should be cleaned and maintained at regular intervals.

Amb Environmental Services can offer a full spray booth cleaning service, whatever the size, volume or location of your booth.

We will clean your booths at a time to suit your requirements and in the vast majority of cases, normal booths only take an hour or two to fully clean.

Also, for spray booths that have high solid contents, i.e. powder booths, we have an on board high pressure jetting system, which makes light work of any booths for cleaning and enables us to carry out our work efficiently and effectively.

Call Amb Environmental Services today on 01924 489 146 for a no obligation quotation and site assessment for spray booth cleaning.

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