Quick Take: 6H Rule Explained for Autobody Shops

November 17th, 2011 by

This video by KPA Field Engineer, Lori Matthews explains what the EPA’s 6H rule means for autobody shops. The rule is intended to reduce the public’s exposure of HAP’s that are generated from paint stripping and/or surface coating operations.  There are six parts to the rule:

  • Training
  • Paint gun selection
  • Spray gun cleaning
  • Spray enclosures
  • Notification to the EPA
  • Recordkeeping

The point:

Compliance with the 6H law is manageable. There are six parts to remember, and some important deadlines to keep. Contact your KPA field engineer if you have any questions, and check your progress with this helpful 6H Rule Compliance Checklist.

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One Response to “Quick Take: 6H Rule Explained for Autobody Shops”

  1. jebarepairshop says:

    Its all about your beloved vehicle that needs to be repaired. Selecting an Auto Body shop is always as important as selecting an insurance company. If your vehicle sustained extensive collision damage, you’ll be wanting Collision Centers that has positive reviews on the same vehicle make as your personal vehicle. You may want a Auto Body Shop that has a front end alignment rack, a dedicated auto mechanic and maybe even a frame and unibody repair specialist. Once your vehicle is in a auto body shop or Collision Center, make sure you let them know about any additional auto repairs you may be interested in. The insurance company is only going to pay for the rental car for limited amount of days. Cause we always want to serve you with most options in front of you to choose.

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