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Spray Booth Safety
Spray Booth Safety Features
A) Fire suppression system or sprinklers should be placed in the spray area, behind the filter and in the duct, with control valves open and locked.
B) Solvent rag waste can with self-closing lid (UL/FM approved).
C) Small access door to allow cleaning of ducts. Door should have fitted gaskets to provide a tight vapor seal.
D) Floor area is smooth, noncombustible and waterproof.
E) Smooth, easily-cleaned interior walls.
F) Removable filters that are non-combustible. Filters need to be disposed of correctly.
Following these guidelines is a great step toward protecting your business from the unexpected. For more information about American Family Insurance’s Safety Consulting Services, visit our Loss Control Resource Center.DISCLAIMER — These recommendations were developed using generally accepted safety standards. Compliance with these recommendations is not a guarantee that you will be in conformance with any building code, federal or state regulation regarding safety or fire. Compliance with these recommendations does not ensure the absolute safety of your operation or place of business. It is the property owner’s duty to warn any tenants or occupants of the property of the safety hazards that may exist.