Spray Booth Cleaning

AMB ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES has just set up a new Spray booth cleaning contract, for the emptying and cleaning of a large spray booth at a company local to Accrington, Lancashire.

We was called upon to set up a schedule to empty and clean this companies yard interceptors, three times a year.

Whilst we were there the companies manager ask if we also could set up a contract for their large spray booth.

The companies spray booth will require emptying and cleaning at least twice a year, and maybe more when production is at its highest.


Components of spray booths must be cleaned on a regular basis to include: the walls/silhouettes, windows, floor grates, floors, conveyors, hoses.

The frequency of cleaning paint spray booths in a paint shop depends on the rate of paint accumulation and the degree of cleanliness required by the plant.

The Best Practice recommendations are:

  • Wash or blast the grates weekly.
  • Scrape the centre track weekly .
  • Change robot covers weekly and spray with tacky coat.
  • Limit the use of cleaning solvent to spray tips and bells.
  • Rinse walls, windows, silhouettes and hoses with water daily and spray low-VOC tacky coat.
  • Assure that spent/waste rags are dry and efficiently reclaimed or properly disposed.
  • Establish a communications process for engineers, booth managers and booth cleaners.
  • Establish booth cleaning schedule with AMB ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES.

As mentioned above paint booth coating are an important part of paint booth maintenance. Paint booth coatings are films that cover paint booths before actual painting begins. There are several types of products that can be used, each having its own function and purpose. The primary function of a booth coating is to protect walls from paint overspray. These coatings can also be used to brighten paint booth walls, by using clear or blue grease, or they help in capturing airborne dirt and particles.

We can offer to Clean and service your booths, this way you only have to make one call and the job is done!


We’ll call you

or call us on 01924 489 146

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