Blasting media booths
Air compressors and dryers|| ||
Sanding dust and welding fume extraction
Compressed air line systems || ||
Vehicle exhaust removal systems
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Our Services include:
Utah B-100 Licensed General Contractor
Idaho Contractor Number RCE-18482
Project Planning and Construction
Code Compliance and Permit Applications|
Certified Lift Inspection
Contact Us At Our Professional Automotive Office:
2442 South 1560 West, Building 1, Woods Cross, Utah 84087
Toll Free: (800) 660-2029 • Phone: (801) 292-2224
Fax: (801) 292-2488
Our technicians are certified by the Rocky Mountain Gas Association (RMGA) to work on gas burners. In addition, our company is an approved contractor with IS Networld (ISN), and we're covered by liability and workers' compensation insurance. Remember to request proof of coverage from us--or anyone who comes to work at your site.
The Automotive Lift Institute (ALI) launched the first ever Certified Lift Inspector Program in 2012.
Because lift safety is as important to us as it is to our customers, Professional Automotive Equipment is proud to be a program participant.
Our lift inspector will take care of your annual inspections and provide an sticker and documentation for all makes, models and styles of lifts in your shop.
Be prepared for visits by insurance auditors and OSHA inspectors
by getting your lifts inspected now!
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We install all equipment sold through any of The Mike Rudert Group companies, including paint booths, vehicle lifts, air compressors and more. Our goal is to bring your project in on time, on budget and in compliance with safety regulations and local building and fire codes.
Money saving tip: All "TURN-KEY" projects are not created equal!
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We respond promptly to "911" calls-when your whole operation is shut down due to an equipment failure. For customers who use our scheduled maintenance programs, we dispatch a technician immediately in the following cases:
For all other equipment breakdowns, we dispatch
A lift or hoist is stuck in the "up" position and won't come down-and your customer's car is on it.
Your paint booth is completely down.
Your air compressor (and therefore all shop air) is down.
the next available technician.
We offer scheduled maintenance for air compressors and paint booths. Consistent maintenance helps ensure that you never have to make a "911" call! Our maintenance programs are outlined below.
The air compressor is the single most neglected piece of equipment in any automotive or industrial shop! Yet air supply is critical to nearly every function-without it, you're out of business. Scheduled maintenance will help prolong the life of your air compressor and reduce the probability of costly, inconvenient breakdowns. We work on all makes and models of air compressors except rotary screw units. The following services are performed as part of our preventive maintenance program:
- Change crankcase oil
- Replace air filter elements
- Drain air receiver
- Check automatic controls
- Check safety valves
- Check belt wear and tension
- Check and tighten bolts
- Blow off and clean compressor unit
- Measure amp draw of motor
- Report needed parts/repairs to management!
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Seasonal temperature changes can wreak havoc with heaters, pressure equalization systems and air flows. Regular booth maintenance can identify problems before they develop, and a clean booth runs at optimal capacity-no matter the weather. Plus, a clean booth turns out cleaner paint jobs, eliminating buffing time and reducing cycle time.
Here's a list of what our maintenance crews will do to keep your booth in top shape:
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|Replace (as applicable):
Clean (as applicable):
Water wash extractor
Water return tubes
Filter tank water
Water wash tank
Exhaust fan housing
Exhaust fan blades
Glass in light fixtures
Pressure wash Inside walls
Top of booth
Inspect heat exchanger
Adjust pilot and flame to mfr's specs
Motor amp check
Limit switch check
Frequency Drive (clean)
Flap cams and ram
Motor grease fittings
Check intake fan belt tension
Calibrate pressure gauge
Prepare written report
Apply booth guard (slime)