In a cross flow paint booth, like our CF-1000, fresh air enters in through the booth entry doors in the front and exhausted though a filter system on the opposite end of the booth. We offer a variety of Cross Flow Booths and Accessories.
This style provides ideal air flow for easy paint application with minimal surface contamination. This paint booth draws fresh air through a double set of filters in the ceiling and exhausts out of each side wall along the bottom of the booth.
In this style, the exhaust is located in the front near the drive in doors and the fresh air enters through the rear wall. This allows any debris near the drive in door to be pulled directly into the exhaust. This paint booth provides great air filtration at the entrance of the booth, limiting shop dust from entering the booth.
ETL/Intertek is an international third-party independent testing laboratory that tests and verifies that products meet specific requirements. NFPA-33 is the National Fire Prevention Agency's Standard for Spray Application of Flammable or Combustible Materials: it is the internationally recognized code that defines the requirements for paint booths and paint mixing rooms.
There are some areas around the country that will require you to install some form of fire suppression in your spray booth in order to meet local and/or federal regulations. We offer an automatic detection and actuation system that provides 24 hour protection. This price includes the system being installed on site by local licensed installers after the booth is erected.