What Do The HSE State About Smoke Clearance Testing?
The HSE state that to thoroughly complete the smoke clearance test: “The spray booth or room should be empty when measuring the clearance time. This is because the volume of the car will effectively reduce the volume of a booth or room and give a lower clearance time. In addition, the smoke generated is made of a glycol aerosol and may leave a greasy deposit on any vehicle or body part in the booth or room.”
How Frequent Should LEV Systems Have Smoke Clearance Testing?
It is recommended that a clearance time test should also be included in the 12 to 14-month LEV test and thorough maintenance examination of the booth or room; however, more frequent testing may be required if the extraction equipment has high usage.
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