If you have just purchased an older shop and want to make changes, or are setting up a new one in an empty building, it can be daunting to look across that bare production floor and visualize where everything needs to go. Making the wrong decision about workflow could eat revenue slowly over time.
Making the switch to waterborne was a hot topic eight to ten years ago in the body shop world. Environmentally conscious states such as California were the first to lead the charge. The switch to water was once feared but is embraced by shops across the country now. That is because switching to waterborne paint carries with it some distinct advantages, one of the most significant benefits being the color match.
There are a lot of variables to consider when shopping for a paint booth. One significant decision is the choice between having a pitted or non-pitted model.
Garmat USA announced today that it has received an investment from MPE Partners (“MPE” or “Morgenthaler Private Equity”). Located in Englewood, CO, Garmat USA is a market leading designer and manufacturer of highly engineered paint booths, finishing solutions, and related accessories for the automotive collision repair and industrial end markets.
What is the Difference in Paint Booth Exhaust Fans?
Earlier this month we attended the HD Repair forum in Ft. Worth Texas, and the question on every attendees’ mind that we spoke with was how do you choose a paint booth for a
“For One Time Use Only” – NFPA Provisions For The Use Of Membrane Enclosed Temporary Paint Booths.