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Paint booth + AWT = Water Safety & Success

Why do you need a paint booth treatment?

If left untreated, paint sludge from your paint booth system creates a contaminated and unhygienic problem which can:

  • clog pipes and pumps
  • disrupt air balance
  • create safety hazards
  • increase cleaning frequency and costs
  • increase bacterial load
  • increase system corrosion
  • increase foaming tendency
  • disrupt sludge handling and removal

These factors reduce efficiency, put your system at risk, shorten plant life, create costly down time and waste energy, chemicals and water charges. Spray booth systems are also excellent breeding grounds for many types of biological growth. Left untreated, bacterial and fungal slimes can lead to high risks from Legionnaires’ disease and booth odour problems.

Welcome to the AWT solution

At Advanced Water Technologies, we have developed a comprehensive pain booth treatment programme for effective management, improved performance and to keep your system operating safely and efficiently. These services include:

  • Maintenance
  • System changes
  • Chemical supply
  • Site specific programmes and service schedules
  • Waste disposal services

And because we are compliant with the latest legislation and regulations, particularly in the areas of health, safety and the environment, you can be sure that the solution we deliver will be high quality, reliable, cost effective and tailored to meet your exact requirements.

  • Chemicals we use in our paint booth treatment
  • Cleaning chemical
  • Polymer denaturants
  • Alkaline denaturants
  • Buffering agents
  • Separating flocculant
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Want to discuss this service further?

Call our experienced team on:

01925 713273

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