Spray Paint Booth Codes

Spray Booth Codes

Spray paint booths are designed to keep the environment, your employees and your facilities safe. These booths are manufactured and installed to contain all hazardous materials. That means that you, as a finisher of a final product, must comply with all federal, state and local regulations in order to ensure your booth’s operation meets all applicable codes. However, these regulations are vast in number and can be quite cumbersome to remain up-to-date and current as they apply to your booth. This is why we’ve dedicated a portion of our website to help you keep your operations compliant and safe. Learn more about these rules and regulations below.



We at Spray Systems understand that the design and implementation of your spray booth can be an extremely challenging and confusing process. It is our goal to provide you with important information to help that process go as smoothly as possible. Although designing the perfect spray booth is very important, designing the booth AND complying with all the federal and local safety codes are the most important steps in ensuring the long and continued success, productivity and efficiency of your spray application. We believe that keeping all these codes in mind during the design phase is the only way to prevent any complications down the road. For this reason, we have provided a summary of important safety code sections of NFPA 33 (as published in the 2018 edition by National Fire Protection Agency) so that you can better understand the regulatory impact of designing the perfect spray booth for you.

• For more details: View the sections most relevant to your business.

• Read our blog summary: Guide to Fire Safety Compliance for Paint Spray Booths.

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