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 5 Things you Need to Know About Paint Booth Filters

# 1 Air Filters are the Most Important Maintenance Item 

Your Filters will need to be replaced periodically, and it is important to stay on top of this maintenance item.  Do not skimp on filter changes.   A dirty Filter can negatively affect the efficiency of your paint booth as well as the health and safety of your workers.   Each Filter will last for a certain number of spray hours before it needs to be replaced.

#2 You Will Need to Track Your Shop’s Typical Usage

It is difficult to track the number of hours each filter has been used, but understanding your typical usage patterns can go a long way in determining your maintenance schedule.

# 3 You can Schedule Automatic Delivery for Your Filters

In order to streamline the filter replacement process as much as possible, our team offers a service that 

will ship you a brand new set of air filters at a prearranged interval, making it easy to remember which filters to change out and when. These Automatic Deliveries can be set up for any interval and adjusted at any time.

# 4 Exhaust Filters Can Quickly Become Clogged if they are overused.

# 5 Your Intake Filter is Important too

 

Choose The Safety Product That Meets Your Specific Needs:

Respiratory Protection

Hearing Protection

Welding Safety

Head & Face Protection

Hand Protection

Protective Eyewear

Anti-Slip Tapes & Treads

Fire Protection

Floor mats

Sorbents & Spill Management

Protective Clothing – Paint Suits 

Knee Pads / Lifting Belts

Air Supply Systems

Eye Wash stations

Bench Grinder Shields

First Aid Kits

Unfrayed Extension Cords

 

Are Your MSDS Up to Date?

Obtain Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) from manufacturers to be sure you are storing and using materials in a safe manner. Use equipment according to manufacturers’ specifications.

We are working On Updating our New Website www.brownsautosupply.com    to also include MSDS sheets with the products we have from the manufacturers.

However if you can’t find it on  our site, The Manufacturer Sites have great resources in obtaining there information.

If you require help please contact our staff we are always willing to help keep our customers up to date.

 

Fire Safety

Develop a fire safety plan for your shop. Make sure that all employees are familiar with it and understand its      importance.

Store flammable paints, thinners and adhesives in approved fire?rated cabinets away from ignition sources.

Check electrical equipment to locate wiring that is frayed or cracked and could cause sparks near welding or painting     equipment. Make sure that equipment is properly grounded.

Clean oil spills immediately. Remove trash daily. Keep oily rags and clothing in a CSA listed closed metal container until     you dispose of or launder them

Gas tanks used for welding should be properly labeled. They should be stored away from heavy traffic areas and should     be chained securely to avoid damage.

Do not use space heaters where spray painting or welding is done, or near oil or gas storage tanks  Spray painting should be done in a spray booth designed for that purpose. Keep portable lamps or any flame source     out of the spray booth. Be sure that fire extinguishers and sprinklers in spray booths are operational. Check that spray     booth ventilation is working as designed. Clean filters, ducts and interior walls of the booth. Operate the ventilation     system for a period of time after painting to remove residue vapors and paint

 

Need Help With Your Shops Health & Safety Goals In 2019?

At Brown’s Auto Supply We have the staff with the Know How and Understanding, to help you get your shop up to date with Health and Safety Goals. 

Contact us to assist you in your questions and needs from which products you should have in your shop.  When you need to update your products examples; respirator cartridges etc.   We are here and willing to help you!

Tip: The general rule for filter replacement is to leave the contaminated area and dispose of the filter if it becomes damaged, soiled, or breathing becomes difficult. Even if none of these things happen, it's recommended to dispose of filters after 40 hours of use or 30 days, whichever comes first?