Blast shields on intake/exhaust vents prevent blast media from leaving the enclosure
Door limit switches shut down air when booth doors open
Designed to comply with all federal OSHA and NFPA regulations
GFS can customize a blast room to meet your unique specifications. The following options can be added to a Blast Booth:
14- or 18-gauge galvanized steel panels
Rubber liner (1/4 in. thick) for side/end walls and product doors
Media recovery systems
Rubber roll-up doors
Conveyor and crane openings
GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.
Whether you are looking to purchase a new paint booth or have a current booth without an air replacement system, it is important to understand how the air that is exhausted from your paint booth is or will be replaced.
To achieve high-quality powder coating finishes, JAS Powder Coating reached out to Dietz Supply Company to supply new finishing equipment for both of their locations. In 2017, the Edgewater location was equipped with a new 40-foot-long pass-through oven and spray booth dust collectors, and in 2018, the Fort Lauderdale location was upgraded with a 34-foot-long Batch Process Oven.
While curtains are more affordable than doors and may offer more flexibility for product entry, they do not provide the level of protection from contaminants that is needed for the best possible finish. In this post, we will examine the differences between curtains and filtered doors on an open front paint booth.