Jan 31 2017
Understanding Your Spray Booth Filtration System
A spray booth is a sealed environment built for the specific purpose of applying spray paint, usually for motor vehicles. A spray booth is sealed to prevent dust and other particles from contaminating the air inside. These particles will affect the final paint finish. Clean air is blown into the spray booth using fans and then extracted using another set of fans. There are two types of airflow systems used in spray booths. A cross draft system moves air horizontally across the area from one end to the other. A down draft system moves air from the ceiling to the floor.