When it comes to creating perfect finishes and staying profitable, having a well-maintained and clean paint booth is an absolute must. One big and easy way to do this is by changing your intake and exhaust filters on a regular basis.
Even the highest-quality paint booths get dirty from time-to-time. Many may jump to the conclusion that something is wrong with the booth itself; however, often times, it has to do with maintenance. So, in order to keep your paint booth clean and
First and foremost, it’s important to understand that code compliance relies on quite a few factors. Depending on the state, county, or even city you’re in, there are different requirements. However, regardless of where you are, Garmat is passionate
When it comes to paint booth filters, it can be challenging to know when they should be changed. So, while there’s a general range for when you should change your filters, there’s also a lot more to it than that. You’ll need to consider how
It can be tough to know how often you should change the filters in your paint booth. However, it’s good to remember that the filters in your paint booth are pivotal to operating at maximum efficiency. They primarily collect over spray during the
The Most Common Bottleneck In Your Repair Shop
Anyone in the repair industry knows the paint booth can be both your biggest asset and largest constraint. They’re one of the most important parts of your shop’s cycle and can directly impact cycle time and throughput. However, not every shop
For repair shops, the paint booth is one of the most important, yet time consuming stations to operate. Most paint booths are a tightly-sealed enclosed space with fans and filters. So, under normal circumstances, no paint should be able to escape