Panel Systems Makes Major Investment In Spray Booth Technology

9th May 2017

Sheffield-based Panel Systems, a leading manufacturer of architectural, decorative and composite panels, has made a significant investment in two new adhesive spray booths to meet the growing demand for its services from industry.

The company, based on Parkwood Industrial Estate, has invested £85,000, which includes a fully automated, programmable system and a smaller manual booth for bespoke projects. Sue Stafford, Operations Manager at Panel Systems, said: -The new automated spray booth gives better control of spray pattern and adhesive. This will help enhance product performance when bonding panels and also ensures that minimal adhesive is wasted. The system is fully programmable and should save time and improve efficiency in our factory. The manual booth will give us greater flexibility to bond panels using bespoke adhesive to meet customer requirements. This latest investment comes less than two years since Panel Systems invested £180,000 in a new CNC punch machine to enable it to expand its metal fabrication services to customers. This equipment meant that the company could create more complex pressed metal components from steel and aluminium for the architectural and OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) markets. Panel Systems provides the construction industry with architectural composite panels which are used by window and curtain walling contractors to create stunning facades for new and refurbished buildings. The company also fabricates a wide range of external cladding boards such as Trespa, Eternit and Rockpanel to complement its architectural panel products. Over the past 40+ years, Panel Systems has built a reputation for offering innovative, bespoke panel solutions for a diverse range of markets. For more information on Panel Systems' products and services, visit the website , call 0114 249 5626, or email

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