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Recirculating Spray Paint Booths: Things You Should Know

    The key issue for finishers and spray booth designers to consider is whether a 100% exhaust removal is required or can an 80/20% recirculating booth be used. By definition, a 100% exhaust design does have its inherent inefficiencies when dealing with larger volumes of air as required in booths that must accommodate VOC abatement or temperature/humidity control. Wher...
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Spray Booth Design Breakdown: Crossdraft Booths

  Crossdraft spray booths offer owners a blend of affordability, reliability and quality, which makes them a primary choice among manufacturers in a number of industries. While the nature of their design does have some drawbacks, there are also plenty of reasons to consider this type of booth for your production line. Crossdraft units can be customized to fit product or component specifi...
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Spray Booth Lighting: A Guide to Finish Quality, Safety and Operational Costs

    Achieving a high-quality finish on your manufactured parts requires several spray paint booth components to seamlessly work together. Fans for air flow filtration and paint application equipment are just to name a few. However, an often-overlooked requirement for a truly high-quality finish is proper lighting. The last thing you want to do is spend the money to repaint a...
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NFPA 33: A Guide to Fire Safety Compliance for Paint Spray Booths

  Manufacturers become subject to many regulations when deciding to install a paint spray booth in their production line. Because paint is both a toxic and flammable substance, there are regulations that control its uses so that it can be applied in a safe, environmentally responsible manner. However, the regulations that are applied depend on the manufacturer's chosen spray sy...
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5 Costly Spray Booth Design Assumptions

      Like any large engineering project, designing a spray paint booth requires certain assumptions to be made. Before ever having your booth designed, it’s important to first estimate the number of parts to be painted, the size of the booth, the number of colors to be used and more.   However, some assumptions about spray booth design are costly. These overlooke...
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Key Decisions for Powder Coatings: Batch or Automated, Spray-to-Waste or Reclaim

    As powder coating systems become more popular in the finishing industry, the number of options to choose from has also increased. Manufacturers are left asking: Should I purchase a batch spray booth or an automated one? Is it better to spray-to-waste or reclaim powder? These are critical questions and their answers vary depending on the manufacturer. Take a ...
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Employee Spray Booth Safety

  Spray paint booths are carefully designed to minimize health, safety and environmental risks. However, paint is still a hazardous substance. As a solvent, it is subject to specific volatile organic compound (VOC) regulations. It’s important to note that the strict environmental and fire control requirements that apply to spray paint booth design also apply during operation. ...
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What You Should Know About Powder Coatings

  Powder coatings have steadily gained popularity as an alternative to liquid coatings due to the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) associated with liquid coatings. Powder coatings are durable, help simplify environmental compliance and allow a high quality finish. Which is why in 2003 – at the turn of this century – roughly 15% of the industrial finishing market preferred ...
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Essential Design Elements of a Spray Booth #5: Safety Regulations

  Installing a spray paint booth on a factory floor requires compliance with regulatory and design requirements. Spray booth design takes into account safety and environmental factors. Due to the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in paint, additional federal and state regulations apply to the spray paint booth’s design. To keep personnel safe and environmental damage minimized, ...
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Conveyor vs. Batch Processing

  The way a part travels through an assembly line, or any material handling system, has a large impact on the efficiency of the whole system. Manufacturing line designs are intended to promote quick and efficient delivery of quality-controlled parts. Two designs are commonly used in the manufacturing and assembly of parts, especially in paint finishing operations: conveyor and batch ...
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