Baker Industries of Macomb, MI, recently added a Garmat Spray Booth to accompany their CNC machining, fabrication, and additive manufacturing capabilities. The addition of the Garmat USA paint booth will significantly improve their overall process, increase throughput, and benefit the health and safety of employees.
With the addition of the new paint booth, Baker Industries anticipates cutting production time 66%, so now jobs that took 3 days, are cut down to 1 day. Garmat prides itself in designing paint booths that not only increase throughput but lowers overall operating costs. Built to withstand the most rigorous production, Garmat mechanicals feature dual inlet reverse incline fans, direct fired burners, state of the art ETL listed controls, and heavy-duty cabins with horizontal lighting packages for virtually shadow free illumination. Baker’s spray booth will be the refinishing production powerhouse they need to get their projects completed efficiently and with the high-quality finish customers expect.
Safety and compliance are another major consideration to Baker Industries. Regulations for paint refinishing has become more and more complex, and the safety of the employees at Baker Industries are of top concern. Garmat® USA equipment is built to meet or exceed all applicable codes*. NFPA (33, 86, 70, 91, and 101) Standards, National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants 6H (NESHAP subpart HHHHHH), OSHA standards (29CFR 1910.107), ETL, IFC, and IBC. Garmat USA takes this code compliance seriously and designs it into everything they build.
Baker Industries (a Lincoln Electric company) is a Nationally recognized, award-winning aerospace, defense, automotive, and A/E/C manufacturer.
Garmat USA is a Colorado based manufacturer of Spray Booths, and related refinishing equipment.
*Code compliance is dependent upon how the equipment is installed and used.
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