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What are the requirements in order for a paint booth to get certified by an engineer?


RE: Paint Booth

Certified for what? If you are looking for the design and construction requirements, see the 2006 International Fire Code and NFPA 33 if you are in the US.

RE: Paint Booth

In order for a paint booth to continue to operate, the city requires it to be certify by an engineer. I'm assuming that that this means paint booth construction follows certain codes.

RE: Paint Booth

And I advised you of those. Assuming you are in the US, use the 2006 International Fire Code and NFPA 33.

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