Spray paint booths are cost-effective when it comes to modern manufacturing from the smallest plastic appliance components, intricate furniture to large semi trucks and assembly lines. They provide streamlined production and ensure that workers are safe and the environment is controlled from contamination, spills, and other hazards. The three main spray booth configurations include open-faced booths, non-pressurized booths, and pressurized booths.
Ideal for different small components, open-faced spray paint booths have three walls, two side walls, and a back wall, usually used for woodworking and furniture finishing applications. A non-pressurized spray paint booth is completely enclosed with different sizes of doors, used in metalwork and fiberglass manufacturing. Pressurized spray paint booths are similar to non-pressurized booths in shape and size, and the difference is through the air make up unit, preventing dust and air particles from entering the work area, thus it is used for auto and truck manufacturing. When it comes to exposure to thinners, primers, biocides, basecoats, varnishes, solvent-based stains, and adhesives, spray booths are very effective in containing hazardous materials. Without proper containment, there is a high possibility of explosion cause by build up of fibers, fumes, dust, powders, gases, liquids, and vapors.
When it comes to buying a spray paint booth, the important things you need to consider are the air quality, finish type, usage, sizing, and the cost. When it comes to air quality, it actually depends on the type whether you need an open-faced or enclosed booth. It is essential to know if you need a used or new spray booth. A new spray booth should include a user manual on how to assemble all pieces, permit compliance, and warranty that can guarantee against manufacturing defects. A professionally installed spray booth is best to ensure correct assembly. The important things you need to be aware of when buying a new spray paint booth include potential for substance mixing, proper ventilation, and proper paint storage location.
When it comes to engineering, manufacturing, and installation of industrial spray paint booths, Marathon Spray Booths can help you out. The products of Marathon Finishing Systems are used for preparing surfaces, painting, coating, and finishing applications. Shipping containers are used and converted as spray paint booths, know or their durability and strength. Mobility spray paint booths are also possible to be built out of like new shipping containers. If you want to know more about Marathon Spray Booths, feel free to check our homepage or website now. Come and shop for your very own spray booth today, only from one of the leaders in spray booth manufacturing industry.