Once your spraybooth is installed and commissioned, you are responsible for maintenance and service. Spraybake can relieve you of this problem by providing you with a flexible service package, which incorporates:
Our Nationwide network of Gas Safe and OFTEC registered service engineers are specifically trained and certified on spraybooth equipment. Every service contract customer is assigned a Service Engineer who will be responsible for the continuing care and maintenance of all equipment.
To ensure that all breakdowns are dealt with quickly and efficiently Spraybake Service Engineers travel with a comprehensive range of spare parts for both recent and older spraybooths. They are supported by regional service depots holding extensive stocks of spares, controlled by the Spraybake computerised parts system, facilitating a same day despatch service.
The key to the spraybooth’s performance is the regular monitoring and changing of filters. Filters Direct, a division of Spraybake, supply flexible filter packages to accommodate all spraybooth requirements. A scheduled filter supply programme can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of each application. This programme will be based on your projected demands, providing ‘Just in Time’ delivery to reduce your management time and storage space, whilst promoting good housekeeping.
Orders for Spraybake comprehensive range of compliant filter media are taken through our online store Filters Direct and on our Freephone help desk number: 0800 195 6890
Your spraybooth is an important part of your workshop. To ensure it operates at the designed performance level it must be regularly maintained.
The lack of expert maintenance will result in lost time and revenue. To maintain your spraybooth at the optimum level of operation requires an effective preventative service programme, which incorporates a full service in accordance with manufacturer’s specification, plus a health check with comments and recommendations.
Key elements to the efficient operation of a spraybooth are airflow and temperature control. Ensuring the booth meets the recommended requirements is of paramount importance. Should incorrect filters be used or changed at irregular intervals, this will cause poor paint finishing with subsequent loss of vital throughput.
Irregular burner maintenance will increase fuel consumption costs and seriously affect temperature control. Gas burners must be serviced by Gas Safe registered engineers.
A spraybooth needs to comply with the environmental protection act and local exhaust ventilation legislation.Spraybake are qualified to carry out the necessary checks and issue certification.
Spraybake provide the Complete Service Solution.