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Spray booths and paint mixing rooms

Guidance on whether spray booths and paint mixing rooms are part of a building, need a building consent and need a compliance schedule. This article includes discussion on complying with Building Code clauses G9 Electricity, G4 Ventilation and F3 Hazardous Substances and Processes.

This information was confirmed as current in February 2016. It originally appeared in Codewords newsletters prior to January 2014. Standards listed in this article relate to the time the article was written.

  • Published on 1 August 2007
  • Of interest to Building consent authorities, Building owners, Designers
  • 1st edition

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