Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) Dynaprecipitor Water Wash Paint Booth handles a larger variety of paints in a wider range of viscosities and drying speeds, at higher production rates than any of the conventional spray booths.
A removable manifold and access door below the fan ensures easy booth maintenance. Hinged-front water curtain allows for easy skimming of coagulated paint particles from the collection pan. Optional automatic centrifugal separators are available.
The Dynaprecipitor Water Wash Booth features a welded washer assembly, constructed of 12- and 14-gauge galvanized steel. Wash chamber works equally well in crossdraft and downdraft booth configurations.
Fans & Motors
GFS Water Wash Booths include a tube axial exhaust fan(s) and a three-phase, TEFC, tri-voltage motor(s) with variable pitch pulley.
Water Level Control
The gap between the water surface and entrainment plate is kept within one percent of its optimum dimension. This is accomplished with a GFS float box with water level control unit. Directly connected to the water tank, the float box senses water level changes immediately and accurately. Located outside of the booth, the float box is isolated from contaminating water and spray, and can be easily accessed for inspection and calibration.
Circulating water forms a continuous, constantly flushed system that has no sediment-accumulating dead ends. The water flow rate can be easily adjusted.
GFS Dynaprecipitor Water Wash Booths are constructed with single-skin, 18-gauge, G-90 galvanized steel. Pre-punched booth panels and nut-and-bolt assembly takes the guesswork out of installing a water wash paint booth, and provides more structural integrity. With a short depth, the Dynaprecipitor Water Wash Booth offers the advantages of a water wash booth while occupying a conventional booth space.
HOw It Works
How the Dynaprecipitor works:
Air is drawn through a continuous curtain of moving water, and suspended paint particles are scrubbed out.
When air changes direction, centrifugal force slings the solid particles out of the air stream.
Entrained paint particles are thrown against adjacent walls and curtains.
Water flushes the particles into the collection pan.
Air reaching the exhaust stack is free of airborne particles, keeping the stack area cleaner longer.
Why Water Wash?
GFS’ Water Wash Spray Booths provide an extremely efficient means for removing paint particles from the exhausted air, and are the most acceptable type of spray booth for all health, fire and building codes. Water wash spray booths are ideal when using large quantities of coatings, usually more than five gallons per day per square foot of face area.
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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