Protecting Our Employees
Spray applications (primer, basecoat and clear coat) are performed in a spray booth which minimizes painter and other worker exposures to solvents and other harmful components of paints and coatings during the spray applications.
Painters also wear a full body paint suit to avoid skin absorption of toxins. All employees are trained to focus on health and safety procedures to help to ensure an accident-free work environment.
Rod Munsell Collision Repair uses automated gun cleaners to reduce painters’ exposure to harmful cleaning solvents by allowing them to perform the cleaning process remotely. Automatic cleaners also typically reuse solvents in the cleaning process which reduces solvent waste.
Protecting Our Environment
Our spray booth is designed to keep the heat in and use technology that allows quick ramp up of heat. It also has programmed timers that shut off automatically, reducing the use of heat and electricity.
To reduce energy usage, we use fast-dry paint products and special lighting to help cure the paint and shorten the duration of the spray booth bake cycles.
Our technicians are ASE Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Certified to comply with industry standards and regulatory requirements for refrigerant recovery and recycling.
Excess paint and thinner is always recycled.