Contaminant-Free Environments

Industrial clean room


Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) Contaminant-Free Environments provide a safe and efficient working environment for your operation. These environments are designed as a pressurized air-conditioned room with optional heat and humidity control, with excellent lighting, proven construction, filtered air recirculation and designed to accept a fire suppression system. GFS clean rooms comply with International Fire Code, Uniform Fire Code UFC – Articles 79 & 80 and National Fire Protection Association Fire Code NFPA 30 Flammable and Combustible Liquids.




Safe and Efficient Working Environment
Climate Controlled
Modular in Design
Insulated Panel Construction
With or Without Conveyor Openings
Meets or Exceeds National Code Requirements
Custom Sizes Available


2” thick 3-ply sandwich wall panel system with Dual skin insulated panel construction
The ceiling will be provided with solid panels, light panels with lights and tubes
The filtered air recirculation plenum provides evenly distributed air at a low velocity
Structural steel frames for supporting HVAC units and conveyor systems


Effectively isolates the room from the external factory environment
Recirculated air supplied to room will be forced to the return air plenums; this air will have sufficient velocity to inhibit incoming factory air
The factory air will be captured by the filter plenums, through the air handler, and filtered a second time as it is returned to the room
Operations can continue without large temperature swings and outside contaminant that may affect production

Code Compliance

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.

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Customer Stories & Case Studies

Problem Solved — Scout Boats Discovers More Possibilities with Large Equipment Paint Booth

Scout Boats’ much-anticipated 530 LXF, the company’s newest 53-foot luxury sportfishing flagship, requires a larger paint booth to accommodate painting such a large boat. To safely and efficiently accomplish this task, Scout Boats purchased a 75-foot Large Equipment Paint Booth from GFS. The design of the paint booth actually enables the boats to cure faster, which is a big benefit for the business.

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