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NFPA 33: A Guide to Fire Safety Compliance for Paint Spray Booths

Read Time: 3.5 minutes TL;DR NFPA 33 is intended for fire control for large-scale, indoor spray paint applications such as industrial spray paint booths. Therefore, manufacturers who use a non-flammable coating are not required to abide by the standard. Sprinkler systems, as regulated by NFPA 13, are one common way to comply with this standard. If a...
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Spray Booth Design Breakdown: Semi-Downdraft Booths

  Read Time 3 minutes TL;DR Semi-downdraft spray booths are a popular choice for manufacturers who want to prioritize high quality results but also need to balance this goal with versatility and affordability. The airflow of a semi-downdraft booth enters through the ceiling near the front of the booth, passes down and across th...
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Do You Need a Mix Room?

    Read Time  3 minutes TL;DR There are multiple benefits to incorporating a specialized mix room for storage and mixing of volatile compounds within a finishing operation, including significant improvements in worker safety. Key features of mix room design are constant ventilation, spill containment, and good lighting. Flexible design and placement is...
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The Different Types of Paint Application Methods

  There are dozens of different techniques available to manufacturers and finishers when applying paint or finish to a manufactured product. There are specific advantages and drawbacks to each of the application methods and many of them have several variations that are best-suited for specific circumstances. This makes it imperative for you to understand your logistical an...
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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 re...
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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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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 operat...
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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 mini...
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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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