How To Choose a Spray Booth Manufacturer

Selecting a competent and experienced spray booth manufacturer is important due to the specialised and complex nature of the structures.

Working with an established and knowledgeable manufacturer means booths can be fully customised to client needs and can be designed, manufactured, installed, and maintained by one full-service company. When selecting a paint spray booth manufacturer, you should consider:

1. Credentials and Accreditation.

Look for key indicators of quality and compliance, such as ISO 9001, 45001 and 14001 accreditation, as well as NICEIC registration, and membership of industry bodies such as SafeContractor. In addition, partnerships with industry-leading component manufacturers are an indicator of quality booths. PAC Group have partnerships with world-leading manufacturers such as Eurotherm by Schneider Electric, OmronThermosenseRotronic, and Lanemark.

2. Case Studies and Reviews.

Reputable companies will have case studies and customer reviews available for you to see upon request, if they are not already available in their brochure or on their website. Images, and potentially video footage of previous work, should be available also. In some cases, if you are local to the booth manufacturer, you may be permitted to carry out a site visit to see one of their spray booths in action.

3. Location and Contact Details.

If you are based in the UK or Ireland and want local servicing, maintenance, and support, make sure and check the location of the manufacturer. Look for contact details such as an address, email address, and contact telephone number, and reach out to have an initial conversation about your needs.

4. Consultation.

Most reputable spray booth manufacturers will provide a free consultation and site visit, where applicable, to discuss your needs. PAC Group offer a free Spray Booth Site Survey for existing booths and are happy to discuss your project with you and provide a no-obligation quote.

5. Manufacturers, Not Distributors.

Most distributors have a partnership arrangement with one paint booth manufacturer, and deliver booths that are off-the-shelf only. In comparison, specialist manufacturers like PAC Group can provide off-the-shelf solutions if that’s what is needed, but they also have expert capabilities to design, build, install, and provide ongoing servicing and maintenance for much more bespoke booths, including automated paint lines and spray booth and oven processes.

Free Spray Booth Site Survey

Spray Booth Site Survey DetailsREQUEST A CALL-BACK

To find out more, or to book your Spray Booth Site Survey, you can request a call-back from a member of our team.

Alternatively, you can call 02893 364600 or email

PAC Spray Booths and Ovens carry out a range of Planned Preventive Maintenance (PPM) and reactive maintenance on paint spray booths and process ovens across Northern Ireland, Ireland, and the UK. In addition, we are an experienced designer, manufacturer, and installer of bespoke and custom-built automated and standard spray booth systems for a wide range of industries, including companies in the automotive, aerospace, and commercial sectors.

Our free Site Survey, available to companies across Northern Ireland, provides a summary audit on the effectiveness and efficiency of spray booth operations, with our experts providing advice on potential equipment upgrades, servicing requirements, and maintenance options that businesses can undertake to increase efficiencies, improve output quality, and increase equipment up-time and lifespan.

Are you in need of a custom spray booth or oven solution for your business?

Talk to one of our expert engineers today and see how we can help.

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