Smoke Clearance Testing

We Provide Thorough Smoke Clearance Testing Services

A Comprehensive Smoke Clearance Testing Service

At Auto Extract Systems, we offer a comprehensive smoke clearance testing service inline with the HSE's guidance to ensure your LEV equipment adequately controls and removes smoke from the working environment in a controlled and reasonable time period.

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Step 1

Customer Service

Our LEV Maintenance team will arrange a date and time that’s convenient to you for our P601 certified inspection engineer will visit your workplace and perform the smoke clearance testing.

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Step 2

A Thorough Test

Our engineer will visit your workplace to perform the smoke clearance testing of the prescribed LEV systems and document all the findings to complete a thorough report.

Step 3

Certification

Smoke clearance test reports are thoroughly checked over by our administration team and are uploaded into our safe and secure LEV Report Portal for you to access.

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Benefits of Working with Us

  • Over 80 years of combined experience in maintaining specialist LEV equipment
  • P601 qualified LEV testing engineers
  • Excellent customer service and support
  • Strategically-based in Greater Manchester to serve all national clients
  • LEV testing and certification on all types of LEV systems
  • Tailored service level agreements available

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Gareth Bamber

We can effectively and efficiently carry out smoke clearance testing and certification services on various enclosed processes.

Gareth Bamber

LEV Testing and Service Manager

Smoke Clearance Testing

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.

What's LEV Testing?

With our LEV Testing service, we'll take care of your LEV systems' testing to ensure that it is functioning correctly and is compliant with the latest HSE regulations.

Want to Save Money?

We can save you money on your LEV testing and servicing with a comprehensive Service Level Agreements (SLA). We can tailor a bespoke SLA for your exact local exhaust ventilation requirements.

We Do Exceptional Customer Service

Customer service forms the foundation of our business and we know we offer the most thorough and complete service available in our field. Our team takes a great deal of pride in this, but what's most important to us and to our customers is service, and good service to our customers every day can't be haphazard.

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