Spray Paint Booths Buyer's Guide
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Whether used to paint a car or furniture, spray paint booths serve two main purposes. First, these self-contained ventilated work areas collect "overspray," the paint or other coating that gets into the air during application, and prevent it from spreading around your shop or being released into the atmosphere. This is essential to employee safety: many types of sprays are hazardous to breathe and/or flammable, so confining them to a specific area is critical.
Second, they can filter incoming air to remove dust and other airborne particles. Filtered air is important to creating mirror-smooth finishes and preventing contamination.
There are a variety of spray paint booths available, ranging from basic systems designed to collect some fumes to completely insulated, filtered chambers with their own air systems. The variety is necessary since spray booths are used in furniture making, automotive, industrial manufacturing, powder coating, aviation, and many other industries.
A high-end, custom-sized spray booth can be a very expensive purchase, but many businesses can get by with more modest booths. You can save even more by choosing a used paint booth, although finding a used paint booth that meets your exact needs can be a challenge.
This BuyerZone Spray Paint Booths Buyer's Guide will help you understand how to evaluate your spray booth needs, describes the features you should look for, and outlines basic pricing considerations.
Once you're ready to make a purchase, BuyerZone can connect you to qualified dealers in your area.