Marathon Spray Booths: All You Need to Know About Spray Booths
Spray paint booths are designed to accommodate any manufactured product from small plastic components, intricate furniture to large semi trucks and assembly lines. Spray paint booths offer streamlined production, making sure that the environment is fully controlled from contamination, spills, and other hazards for the safety of the workers, and smooth manufacturing operations. 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. Non-pressurized spray paint booths are completely enclosed with varying sizes of doors for different types and sizes of finishes, and usually used in fiberglass or metal work manufacturing industries. Pressurized spray booths are used for auto and truck manufacturing, almost similar to non-pressurized booths in size and shape, and the difference lies in the air make up unit to prevent dust and air particles from entering the work area. In terms of thinners, primers, varnishes, solvent-based stains, biocides, basecoats, and adhesives exposure, spray booths are effective in containing hazardous materials. Manufacturing industries usually have build up of fibers, fumes, dust, powders, gases, liquids, and vapors, that’s why proper containment is essential to reduce explosion and fire.
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. There are used or new spray booths available on the market today. While used booths are cheaper, there are a many benefits buying a new booth including a permit compliance (tailored to specific type or locality or business), user manual on how to assemble all pieces, and warranty that guarantees against manufacturing defects. A professional installation is best to ensure the spray paint booth is assembled correctly. You have to ensure that there is proper ventilation for your workers, a space for potential mixing of substances, and positioning of booth in relation to the ignition source (flames, cigarettes, sparks, and static electricity).
When it comes to engineering, manufacturing, and installation of industrial spray paint booths, Marathon Spray Booths can help you out. Marathon Finishing Systems are used for coating, preparing surfaces, painting, and finishing applications. Because of their durability and strength, Marathon Finishing System converts shipping containers into great spray paint booths. Like new shipping containers can also be used to create mobility spray paint booths. Learn more about Marathon Spray Booths, feel free to visit 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.