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Spray Booths and Ovens

The BC Fire Code requires that certain processes be conducted in an engineered spray booth. (For example, spray coating for auto repairs).

Fire suppression system

Spray booths come with an exhaust air fan and are in many cases required to include a fire suppression system.

Commercial spray booths and ovens produce large volumes of exhaust air. These systems require engineered drawings of the spray booth system as well as makeup air equipment. Net Zero Engineering has the technology and know-how to design spray booth systems that adhere to NFPA 33 and NFPA 86 regulations, and to design fire suppression systems that are ULC 1254 compliant.

We are happy to work with local businesses requiring spray booth permits, to ensure that the spray booth suits the needs of the business and satisfies city permit requirements.