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5 Ways to Increase the Life of Your Spray Booth

  Maintenance and upkeep isn't the most exciting or glamorous aspect of spray booth ownership, but it is absolutely essential for consistently yielding quality results and maximizing the lifespan of expensive equipment. These maintenance tips are applicable to any kind of booth, ranging from basic units used in auto body shops to customized ones designed for sensitive aerospace ap...
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Aerospace Finishing Applications: Spraying vs Dipping vs Brushing

Read Time: 3m44s TL;DR There are three different paint application methods in the aerospace industry: spraying, dipping and brushing Spraying has the highest quality finish, but has more stringent requirements to maintain that quality Dipping does not provided a high-quality finish, and is often used for fully coating parts and for priming. Br...
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Protect Your Investment: 5 Ways to Keep Your Spray Booth Looking Like New

Spray booths aren't just designed to contain hazardous chemicals in a workspace, they also keep dirt and moisture away from the sensitive spray or paint processes inside. Operators have plenty of options for features and peripheral equipment to keep their booth cleaner, but there are a few must-haves in typical work environments. There are also a few maintenance tips and best practices ...
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Common Appearance Issues in Liquid and Powder Coating

Applying spray or finish compounds is painstaking work, and there are often painful consequences for operators who don't take the time to do it right. There is little room for error when coating, especially in aerospace and other industries that have strict quality standards. Even small defects are usually unacceptable, so booth operators have to eat the cost of spot repairs or do a com...
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Ensuring Your Large Equipment Paint Booth Meets Safety Regulations

    Summary: While your spray booth manufacturer should ensure that your booth is compliant, you should also check with your local agencies to guarantee yours is up to code. Regulations are in place to ensure the safety of your staff, your customers and the outside world. There are federal, regional and local regulations that every manufacturer has to follow...
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Safety Regulations: National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)

    The production of air pollutants is an unfortunate side effect of various manufacturing and industrial processes, including many types of spray and finish applications. Without the proper filtration and containment system in place, the release of pollutants can have devastating consequences to human health, as well as the local environment. These hazards are the chief reasons for ...
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Maximizing Efficiency of Aircraft Spray Booths

  Makers of aircraft and aerospace components face the serious challenge of balancing relatively high expenses with a need for consistent quality. Achieving this balance is particularly important when choosing spray and finish systems, as they play a crucial role throughout the production process. Booths represent a significant portion of operating costs in some production environments, so...
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Conveyor vs. Batch Processing

      Summary Both conveyor and batch processing have distinct advantages and disadvantages, depending on processes used in the manufacturing process. Batch processing is a cost-effect, well-established process that can sometimes be the only option for certain products. But, it doesn’t work well with large production volumes of parts, can be time intensive and...
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Spray Paint Booth Filtration: Water Wash vs Dry Filter

Read time: 5 minutes Summary Manufacturers must account for adequate filtration systems when designing a spray paint booth for their operations. Exhaust filtration systems capture paint overspray and other contaminants before they are vented to the atmosphere through the exhaust system. There are two main types of filtration systems found in modern...
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How to Prep Your Spray Booth in the Case of a Fire

  Fire is among the most serious potential hazards associated with spray and finish applications, even those conducted in a fully-maintained and compliant spray booth. There are many different ways to limit this risk, but business leaders also need to prepare for the possibility of human error or technical malfunction. To minimize human injury and damage to the booth, product, equi...
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