What is the Return on Investment (ROI) on buying a Spray Gun Cleaner?

See below an economic analysis of how the return on the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) is immediate.

Cost Benefit Economic Analysis:

The capital cost for automatic paint gun washers will vary, depending upon the unit size, unit type, and the application. Capital costs for these washers range from $600 to $2,400.

Annual Operating Cost Comparison for Automatic Washing and Manual Washing of Paint Guns

 

Automatic Wash With Spray Gun Cleaner

Manual Wash Without Spray Gun Cleaner

Operational Costs:

   

Labor:

$468

$4,680

Material:

$288

$7,488

Waste Disposal:

$580

$15,070

Total Operational Costs:

$1,336

$27,238

Total Recovered Income:

$0

$0

Net Annual Cost/Benefit:

-$1,336

-$27,238

Economic Analysis Summary:

  • Annual Savings for Automatic Washing: $25,902
  • Capital Cost for Diversion Equipment/Process: $600
  • Payback Period for Investment in Equipment/Process: Immediate

Assumptions:

  • 18 spray guns are cleaned per week.
  • Solvent required for automatic gun cleaning: 6 gallons/month.
  • Solvent required for manual gun cleaning: 36 gallons/week.
  • Hazardous waste disposal cost: $0.30 to $2.00/lb.
  • Solvent procurement cost: $4/gal.
  • Labor rate: $30/hr.
  • Labor, manual gun cleaning: 10 min/gun or 3 hr/week.
  • Labor, automatic gun cleaning: 1 min/gun or 0.3 hr/week.
  • Electrical costs are negligible.

SOURCE http://p2library.nfesc.navy.mil/P2_Opportunity_Handbook/4_9.html


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