Working Principle and construction :
When the paint is sprayed on the component the over sprayed paint is sucked by the centrifugal blower & pass through two stages of filtration- Primary Metal bafle filter and secondary glass fibre filter.
1. Blower and Motor –
Blower and motor capacity depends on the volume of booth Size. We can give the flameproof/non-flameproof as per customer requirement or application. Blower can be mount on extraction chamber or on floor with required support structure. It can enclosed with acoustic Enclosure to maintain required db level as per industry norms
2. Primary Paint Arrenstance Filter (Metal baffle) –
Primary paint arrestanc filter will be installed as first layer of filtration. These filters are cleanable & which arrest approx 80% paint particles in total waste. Customer can apply peellable coat for ease of maintenance & consistant astetic look. However general practice in industry is to apply grease before painting, So that during maintenace paint removal becomes easy.
3. Secondary Filter- Paint arrestance Filter –
Paint arrestance Filter are supported by mesh & mounted on frame. During maintenece, frame need to be takenout and filters to be replaced. Used filter to be sent for incineration (Burning) process.
4. Exhaust Duct-
Exhaust duct for our booth made up of GI with necessary support structure. We provide necessory exhaust ducting in square, rectangle shape with required bends. These exhaust ducts fabricated from GI for superrior resistance to rust & corrosion and meet NFPA 33 booth exhaust requiremnts.
Bullows make Side draught dry type of Paint booth is suitable for small/Medium size components. Bullows Make Paint booth compliance OSHA norms & NFPA norms.
An enclosed or semienclosed area used for the spray painting of component may be equipped with a source fresh air to keep the atmosphere dust-free, a waterfall backdrop to trap overspray, and an exhaust system to vent thefumes of the evaporating solvents.
1. To provide clean air at the operators brathing level.
2. To collect overspray & to exhaust clean air.
3. To treat the overspray in such a way that it can later be disposed of outside the building without nuisance or hazard.
4. To reduce fire risk to minimum in spray shop.