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Posted on | January 18, 2011 | 2,757 Comments

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Please read this using manual carefully and save well before using this equipment!

I. Operational principle:

1. Normal spraying: turn on control power supply?lighting power supply?spraying switch, then intake system working, close the damper of inside recycle. (5). At the moment, the fresh air goes through the pre-filter by intake air fan (1) first to be filtered off the granule of dust, and enters into the intake air fan and air intake room, then filtered by ceiling filter (2) and into the booth which filter 98% dust of air, keep the fresh air when spraying. The air is not less 0.3m/s going down, to be effected by exhaust air fan, will bring the paint. First, pass fiberglass filter underneath the grills. (3) To absorb air dust, in order to protect operator healthy and surface quality of painting. Then filter by environmental protection cabinet. (4)Fully absorb paint and clean dust out.


Air flow: intake air mouth? pre-filter? intake air valve? intake air fan? heat exchanger? static pressure room? sub-high efficiency filter? spray room? floor filter? environmental protection cabinet? exhaust air fan? exhaust air duct? atmosphere ( refer to the flow chart for purifying air)

2. Heat spraying: The ambient temperature is below 20? (usually, it is below 10?), firstly start up the power supplier, setting the risen-temperature scale, turn on the light switch, turn off the baking switch, the risen-temperature spraying is on. At this moment, the intake& exhaust air fan, burner start to work and the inner circulation damper is closed. The air is heated at this process and the working principle of normal temperature spraying is the same as this.


Air flow: intake air mouth ?pre-filter ? intake air valve ? intake air fan ? heat exchanger ( the air is heated up for spraying) ?static pressure room ?sub-high efficiency filter ?spray room ?floor filter ?environmental protection cabinet ?exhaust air fan ? exhaust air duct ?atmosphere ( refer to the flow chart for purifying)

3. Baking: Before baking, please setting baking temperature and baking time, turn off the light switch, and then turn off the spraying/risen-temperature, turn on the baking switch, enter into the paint baking process of the state of auto-complete. When the intake air starts to work, the auto-controlled burner will ignite. According to temperature control meter set temperature for automatically controlling heat power, in order to keep invariableness temperature. At the moment, the outside air is only 15% fresh. Passing the pre-filter into the intake air cabinet, the intake air cabinet into heating system to heat up, then into air intake room.(2) Passing the high efficiency filter into inside spray booth., most hot air are filtered then goes through pneumatic recycle damper with hot air.(5)It being inhaled and heated up again when through the heat exchanger. At the moment, it saving power, temperature inside room will increase rapidity, the hot air is filtered twice being clean air, after heating up on the surface of automobile.


Air flow: Inside air? inside recycle damper? intake fan? heat exchanger (air is heated in need) ? air intake room? filter? spraying room? pre filter for recycling twice? inside recycle damper

II. Technical parameters of baking room:

1. Inside Dimension: 6900×3900×2700mm (L×W×H)

2. Outside Dimension: 7000×5400×3400mm (L×W×H)

3. Basement and floor: Complete steel assemble, galvanized steel.height:300mm, complete grille with reflecting guide plate.

4. Ramp: 3pcs of ramp, 900x2000mm(WXL), zinc-plated steel

5. Main door: 3-folds of handmade door, 3000X2650MM (WXH), thickness: 50mm, made by 0.6mm colour steel with polystyrene inside, colour: white, adiabatic toughened glasses.

6. Personal door: 1-fold, 800x2000MM (WXH), thickness: 50mm, made by colour steel with polystyrene inside, colour: white, aluminium alloy covered doors. With pressure lock and door closer

7. Wall panel: EPS heat preservation panel double skinned, tongue and groove construction, thickness: 50MM, made by colour steel. Colour: white

8. Roof panel: Galvanized steel

9. Lighting: Upper inclined lights: 8 units x4pcs=36Wx32pcs;

Lower lights: 8 units x4pcs=20Wx32pcs; Lighting box made by cold plate and paint white powder

10. Ceiling: Top bracket made of profiled steel and zinc plated, connecting plate and channel made by cold roll plate and spray white powder, ceiling filter frame made of type C steel and spray white powder.

11. Generator setting type: Intake air from side upper, exhaust air from rear upper. Quadrate steel frame, outside is white coated steel.

12. Intake fan: 2x4KW double-intake centrifugal fan, model: YDW4.5L,

Tot all capacity: 24000m3/h

13. Extract fan: 1×5.5KW double-intake centrifugal fan, model: YDW4.5S

Capacity: 15000 m3/h

14. Heating system: 1 pc Riello G20 oil burner, maximum hear productivity: 200000Kcal, Stainless steel heat exchanger, with anti-explosion hole, pneumatic damper executes from spraying to baking cycle

15. Filter system: Pre-filter, high efficiency filter (ceiling filter), floor filter(fiberglass), extract active carbon filter

16. Control system: Spraying, risen-temperature spraying, baking temperature, time setting, lighting switch, emergency stop, failure indicator, time accumulator, limited-temperature device.

17. Power supply: 1X220V, 3X380V(50HZ)

18. Illuminance: ?800LUX

19. Highest working temperature: 80?

20. Total power: 18KW

III. Functional description for control system


1. Emergency stop

If there is some emergency, press the button to stop running and resets it to connect the supplier power.

clip_image0132. Key switch

When using this equipment, the key is on, the circuit of control box is pre-electrify to supply power for all electric components. If you want to stop the equipment, you could turn off the key switch or emergency stop.

clip_image0153. Spraying switch

(1). When the spraying switch is on, the intake/ exhaust air fan start to work at orders and the inner circulation damper is closed.

(2). When the spraying switch is off, the control system auto-close for protection.


(3). Please check if the air fan is running according to the arrowhead before spraying.

(4). If need to stop, press the emergency stop button and the control system auto-close.

clip_image0174. Risen-temperature switch

(1).when need to heat up for spraying, you can turn on the risen-temperature switch. The intake/ exhaust air fan start to work. When the surrounding temperature is less than 15? ( The normal temperature is less than 10?). Also the burn starts to work. The outside fresh air is through the intake air duct and enters into the room.

(2).The risen-temperature switch is off, the control system auto-close.

(3).Before operation, the temperature must be set to avoid the high temperature. The initial temperature is 20?.

(4). If need to stop urgently, please press the emergency stop to auto-close.

5. Baking switch

clip_image019(1). On the condition that thermometer and time scale have been set up well, turn on the baking switch and the intake air fan starts up, the burner starts to ignite and heat up, and the thermometer auto-control. Check the setting current value of the thermometer before it starts up in order to avoid the temperature being too high. Initialized value is 60?.

(2). When the baking switch is turned off, the control system will be closing and protecting state automatically, at the same time, the burner stops heating, the intake/exhaust air fan will stop last for 2 min. the initial time is 2min.

(3). When the baking time arrive to the setting one, the power supplier is auto-closed, and the air fan still runs, the heating exchanger run last for 2mins. The initial one is 2min.


(4). If you want to set the time, please turn off the baking switch first, then adjust the value of the timetable to make sure input correctly,

clip_image021(5). When it is needed to stop baking urgently, turn off the baking switch to keep the control system being closing and protecting state.

clip_image0236. Lighting system

(1). Turn the light switch left, the left lamp is light.

(2). Turn the light switch right, the right lamp is light.

(3). When baking, the light stops running, the other operation will not affect the lighting.

7. Baking-time accumulator

clip_image025Baking will be auto-control, and power off the burner automatically if the baking time reaches the expected time.

(1). Setting method in detail: adjust the switch to the number you need, for example: ( means 30 minutes.

(2). Set the baking time (0-9000min) to heat the burner.

To make sure the correct input, power off after set the time up well, and then reconnect it in 2 seconds.


clip_image0298. Time accumulator

When intake/exhaust air fan starts up, the time accumulator begins accumulating and displays the current data of running time. When the exhaust fan stops working, so is the time accumulator. Please replace the filtering cotton after the time reaching to 400h.

clip_image0319. Differential pressure gauge

(1).The pressure is -15 or +20Pa when normally use spraying and risen-temperature

(2).Inside the spray booth there is pressure: 18-25KPa.

(3).When the pressure is more than 30MPa, please replace the ceiling filter and floor filter.

(4).Please fixup 2pcs blue steam fitter and put into air intake room when install spray booth.

(5).Using mouth forced steam fitter and blow pressure gauge shows the current pressure If need to test.

IV. Installation and Debugging

1. Installation

1) Please check the control cabinet and control panel whether there are damage or not, and the components and cable head inside the cabinet whether have been broke off, loose or not?

2) Make sure the direction of intake/exhaust air fan, burner, lighting power cable, and use insulated duct to protect these cables.

3) Please follow the rule of operation for the electric appliance strictly when you connect the control cabinet.

4)Cross section area of burner power supply wire?4x1mm2?

Cross section area of lighting power supply wire?3×2.5mm2?

Cross section area of damper power supply wire?3x1mm2?

Cross section area of intake fan (4Kw) power supply wire?2.5×4mm2?

Cross section area of exhaust fan (5.5Kw) power supply wire?4×4mm2?

Cross section area of control panel power supply wire?16mm2?

5) The line which must through the wall should match with protective layer and far away from heat source. And the line which is near to the rotary parts should be fixed well.

6) Outside shell of ventilator, control box, temperature control meter should be connected with earth wire.?bury earth-plate if possible?

7) Electrical appliances must be installed under the guidance of professional technical personnel of electrical engineering, strictly follow the circuit diagram, operating instruction and it is prohibited to operate by the personnel without permission.

2. Debugging

1) To test out the flexibility of fan’s mechanical transmission by eyes and hands.

2) To test by eyes whether the heat overload value, circuit breaker and the main switch are in accordance with the circuit diagram or not.

3) Try to electrify to fan and confirm that it runs as the positive direction.

4) Adjustment of normal temperature spraying

The breaker of power supply is on, emergency stop button (SB) is connected, the power supply switch is on, the lighting indicator lamp is light, and the temperature controller does not participate in this process. The normal temperature spraying switch “ON1” is on, its indicator lamp is light, and the time accumulator starts to work, inner circulation damper is open. The intake air fans start up, so is the exhaust air fan in few seconds later. And then the whole system is on normal temperature spraying cycle.

5) Adjustment of risen-temperature spraying

When the ambient temperature is too low, for ensuring the quality of spraying, we must use the burner to heat up.

Setting the spraying temperature (usual is about 20?), meanwhile, turn on the risen-temperature spraying switch (SA), its indicator lamp will light, and the time accumulator starts to work, inner circulation damper is open. The temperature controller participates in this process to auto-control the burner working. The temperature in booth keeps at about the pre-set one. And the working principle of other electric appliances is same as the normal temperature spraying cycle.

6) Adjustment of baking

1. First, the spraying switch is at “OFF” position, setting the baking temperature (we have set at 60? initially), turn off the lighting switch, then, turn on the baking switch, next, set the baking time.

2. Electrify to electric damper and turn the open position into closed. On baking, the hot air will circulate inside booth.

3. Baking indicator lamp is light, exhaust air fan stops working, and only one intake fan running at rated speed.

4. The burner failure indicator lamp is light when the burner fails to ignition on baking cycle.

5. The burner will stop working when there is something wrong with the intake air fan during baking cycle. The temperature regulator (KO2) as the exceed-temperature protector device controls the temperature inside booth.

6. The state of the burner will be controlled by the temperature regulator which controls the baking temperature automatically. Once the baking section is setting, all steps will be followed as the auto-control state to finish the baking process.

7) Electrify to lights, connect the contactor, at this time, all the lights should be alight.

8) The setting value of temperature controller should be corresponding at 115?.

9) Adjustment of temperature controller (we have set at 0-60 initially)

Risen-temperature spraying setting is at 20?, baking temperature setting is at 60?.

10) Adjustment of burner

The object of heating is closely related to the use situation. When the pressure of heat exchanger increased, air capacity output will reduce, thus must reduce the pressure (or use smaller nozzle) to reduce oil volume, and then the combustion capacity will go down. On the contrary, it needs to increase the capacity of combustion, please refer to instruction manual of burner (the burner is in the best state as the practical running environment before leaving factory.) so place the burner in heating exchanger to adjust.

Adjustment of oil volume with adjusting-screw: adjustment at the clockwise direction will increase the oil volume. On the contrary, at the counterclockwise direction will reduce the oil volume.

When on adjustment, please increase the oil volume, air capacity as large as possibly and there is no heavy smoke appearing is better, which means the burner is in the best working condition.

11) Adjustment of electric damper

After installing the pneumatic damper, please confirm the direction of damper and ensure the open degree of damper.

V. Methods of Common Troubleshooting

1. Once the fan starts up, power supply cut off.

Check: heat over loading value? connect earth wire? insulated between phase wire (disconnect loading) ? phase wire ground insulated

2. After starting up air fan, appears abnormal voice, then power supply cut off.

Check: if the heating over loading value is enough or not? melting point of fuse? if the main power supply is lack of phase or not? the temperature of fan surface goes up (judge if it is over load strictly or not)

3. Burner fails to ignite


1). Contact power supply circuit

To check whether it is connected or not?

2). To check whether the photographic switch is shaded, damaged or not?

The pre-voltage of high voltage generator is 220V, sub-wire is connected well, electrode distance. Is there electric arc discharged by high voltage?

3). Connect on power to the magnet valve, check whether the valve works or not?

4). Adjust the damper to check whether the intake air volume is too much or not?

5). To check whether there is water mixing with the diesel oil or not? Or the air in oil box is not exhausted completely.

6). The control box is damaged.

4. The burner works unstably

1). Go out automatically after ignition

Check: if the outside shell of photographic switch is shaded by dust or not, there is no photoreceptor signal feedback to the control box.

2). The control box is damaged.

3). The oil pipe is blocked or there is water in the oil.

5. Adjustment of exhaust air duct with black smoke

1) The damper opens too narrow or there is resistance in the intake air inlet.

2) The atomization of the spray nozzle is in bad condition.

3) Adjustment between damper and burner is improper, and then the input air volume is too small.

4) Adjustment of air pressure is so high that the air can not be burnt sufficiently.

?.Warning and notice

1?Operators must be trained strictly.

2?Installation and failure examination must be carried out by professional personnel.

3?Before installation, please check whether all parts are in good condition or not.

4?Check all the connect line terminals of the electric appliances are insulated correctly and fixed well. Check whether the ground resistance of all high power equipments and electric cabinet is according with the national requirement or not, so is the insulating resistance. The system must be reliable and grounded.

5?Safety instruction of this equipment must be complied with strictly.

6?Check whether the installation and connection are correct or not before power-on.

7?Do not touch those moving parts in case of injury.

8?It is forbidden to disassemble and assemble when the machine is running. On the process of disassembling the control box or moving parts, you must switch off the power supply first.

9?Do not put the flammable and explosive items on the machine in case of accident.

10?Note: this manual must work with the Instruction of Burner G20.

This manual must be read carefully before operation.

The operator must make sure that all the running and other parts of this machine will not cause accident and bring danger to people.


Operator must be trained strictly when using this machine. In order to maximize the efficiency of the machine, the user must be concerned about the operation condition and do the regular maintenance in the using process. The instruction of maintenance is as follows.

1. Observe whether the power supply and air supply are normal or not, also the wire and air duct are damaged or not.

2. Discharge the cold water in the pressure adjustable valve completely. Do switch off the power supply and air supply everyday when is off work. And make sure the power supply switch off then can come into next step.

3. On cleaning the machine, you can wipe the surface with dry and soft cloth. And you can use the compressed air to clean the place where is heavy dust and can not be touched easily.

4. On wiping, being concerned about whether there is any loose screw or not. If you find any one, please turn it tightly at once.

5. Please keep the baking room inside clean, and keep both the air inlet and outlet free in routine operation.

6. After spraying 100sets/time or so, please replace the ceiling filter cotton once. (Note: it depends on the practical situation)

7. After spraying 25 vehicles or using for a moth, please replace the floor filter cotton once.

8. Clean the burner and filtering device of oil once a week to ensure the oil pipe free and no sundries deposit.

9. Please replace the pre-filter cotton in the air inlet after using for a moth. (Note: it depends on the outside environment.)

10. It is prohibited to add diesel oil while the burner is running.

Make sure there is more than 5 kilograms of diesel oil in the oil tank in normal using. And oil of non-fuel oil is absolutely forbidden.

11. Please check the activated carbon filter screen in the environmental protection activated carbon cabinet every ten days. If the surface of the activated carbon is covered with paint, please replace the activated carbon.

12. Please maintain the combination of door hinge every two months, and add some butter in round bearings. Use the compressed air to clean up the booth inside. It also needs to clean the thermocouple sensor once every month.

13. If do not use the equipment for long time, please switch off the main power supply of electric control box, and open the door to ventilate for one hour every morning to prevent so much water gathering in the room.

14. Please maintain the intake and exhaust air fan transmission wheel and belts every year.

?.Safety equipment rules

1. Clean and remove all the sundries inside booth before operation.

2. The operators must be trained strictly (especially security training) before going on duty.

3. One person takes charge of starting the machine up when there are more than one operator. Make sure that there are no people closing to the running parts of machine before starting up. And inform others in advance.

4. Please press the emergency stop button in time and warn others if you find something abnormal during the machine is working.

5. Any parts of body and any goods unless they need and enough safeguards are not allowed to touch the running parts of machine, especially circumrotated parts or entrances. Professional staff who debugs the machine should inform the operators in advance.

6. Someone who is not switch-operator should inform the operator before adjusting and debugging the machine.

7. Pay attention to the surrounding situation (person, devices and driving parts) and make sure it is safe to start up before turning on the emergency stop switch and connecting the power again.

8. Press the emergency stop switch before taking the machine apart and cleaning it in case of the misoperation. Any improper operations, including cleaning, are forbidden while the machine is running.

9. Pay attention to the water which should not enter into the control box and the power supply input and other parts while cleaning the machine to prevent endangering parts of machine and the security of person.

10. Turn off the power supply if it needs a long time for maintenance, and hang a warning board “starting up prohibited” on a prominent position of machine.

11. Do not remove or modify parts of machine, especially the security defending parts, without permission. Protecting the security mark during operating is also very important.

12. After maintaining, you need to clean up the scene and drive the running parts with manpower to check the troubles before re-starting up.

13. Turn off the power supply and lock it to prevent others starting the machine up after all the operators leaving the working area. The fellows who are not eligible in training are not allowed to operate the machine.

14. Please inform maintenance staff or supplier in time if you find the troubles during working. Do not deal with them without permission.

The electric control parts have been debugged before sending out factory. You can modify the component parameters according to the practical condition. But there is no need to modify them under normal circumstance.


Posted on | January 11, 2011 | 1,204 Comments

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Paint Booth Maintenance

A spray paint booth is a vital part of any workshop that works on repairing and restoring automobiles. In general, it takes the form of an enclosed, well-ventilated structure that allows you to spray-coat automobiles and other large objects like cabinetry, boats and fences with paint or lacquer. Although originally only for applying auto paint to cars, you can adapt paint booths to paint any large object with either varnish or lacquer-based paints.

    Before Maintenance Begins

  1. How you maintain the equipment inside your paint booth makes the difference between a great paint job and a shoddy one. Dirt that gets clogged in the equipment can very easily mess up what would otherwise be an amazing restoration. Also, because the booth creates a fine spray out a highly flammable liquid, there’s a potential that something could catch on fire, a possibility that is increased by a badly maintained booth.
    The most important thing before you start any work on your paint booth is to ensure that the main switch is both turned off and locked in place so that the booth can’t be turned on accidentally while you’re in there. The equipment tends to heat up a lot when it is running, so you should also allow it to cool down before attempting any maintenance. Also, the generator tends to make the booth itself heat up, which could interfere with maintenance.

    Paint Booth Filter

  2. When performing maintenance on your paint booth, the filter is the most important part to check and clean. Paint arrestor filters should be changed at least once a month, but the exact frequency will vary depending on the volume sprayed every day and the state of the booth’s surroundings.
    An overlooked paint filter is one of the most detrimental things to a paint booth. This is because it can very easily ruin a repair by getting dirt on a new paint job. If this is the first time you’re changing your paint booth filter, consult a professional first, because there are a variety of filters available and not all will be suitable for your booth.

    Fan Motor

  3. The fan motor is a very important part of your paint booth, and it needs to be maintained. Unfortunately, it is also the most overlooked part when performing maintenance on a paint booth. The primary cause of paint booth blower problems is built-up dust in the motor, which can be easily rectified by taking the motor apart and cleaning it.
    If you don’t inspect your fan motor belt every 3 to 6 months and replace it when necessary, it can harden, glaze or slip. This leads to ruined paint jobs, and it’s much less of a headache just to replace the belt when it needs to be replaced. Also, you should only replace your current motor belt with a proper paint booth belt, as a replacement belt like an automotive one will only serve as a cheap and sloppy substitute and won’t make your paint jobs any nicer.


Posted on | November 23, 2010 | 378 Comments

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Open front booths have only three walls. They take in unfiltered air through the open front, through the work area, and into an exhaust filter at the back. These are the least expensive type of spray booth, and are sufficient for situations where the main concern is containing overspray. Open front booths are no help in preventing contaminants from getting into your finishes, since the air they pull in is no cleaner than the rest of your shop air.

Cross flow (or crossdraft) booths draw air in horizontally through an intake filter and pull it straight through the chamber to the exhaust filter on the opposite side. They expel the filtered exhaust into the room or vent it outside. These are the most common and least expensive fully-enclosed spray booths.

Downdraft booths pull air in through ceiling-mounted filters and direct it out in one of several patterns. In order of increasing effectiveness and price, they include:

  • In modified- or semi-downdraft spray booths, the air flows down along the length of the booth and out the back.
  • Side downdraft booths pull air down via filters that run along both sides of the booth at floor level.
  • Pitted downdraft booths draw air straight down into a cavity underneath the floor.

Downdraft booths are usually more expensive than cross flow booths, but downward airflow does the best job of removing overspray from the work environment.

The majority of buyers choose open booths. The expense of adding intake filtration is significant, and in many situations it’s overkill. However, exacting applications such as automotive or aircraft finishes and industrial coatings require precise tolerances. Filtered intake is essential for achieving the results those applications demand.

Intake and exhaust filters can last for years. To let you know when the filter needs to be replaced, the booth you buy should come with a manometer. Manometers measure the air pressure on both sides of the filter, and as the filter gets dirty, that pressure difference increases. When it hits a preset limit, the booth should indicate that it’s time to install a new filter.

Some manufacturers require that you buy filters directly from them while others let you use generic filters you can buy at a paint supply store. While this isn’t a critical factor, it can be convenient to buy replacement filters on your terms. Make sure the filters you use are appropriate for the contaminants you’re trying to remove: dust filters work well for large particles, but not as well for aerosols or fine mists.

Water-filtered booths used to be popular for heavy-duty painting applications since recirculating water trapped airborne particles without clogging up filters. These systems are rarely used any more, since improved environmental regulations have made disposal of the contaminated water much more expensive and difficult.

Once you know what size booth you need and the type of airflow you want, you’ll have to consider several other options, including air make-up units, lighting, and safety features.

Air make-up units
Adding a spray booth inside your plant or shop can wreak havoc. Consider that small booths can have an airflow of several thousand cubic feet per minute (CFM), while larger booths can reach 50,000 CFM or more. All that air is being pulled into the booth and vented to the outside, and it has to come from somewhere.

Without an air make-up unit, that air is being drawn from the rest of your building. As the pressure inside starts to drop, outside air will be sucked in through every tiny gap and crack in the walls to replace it. If you’re heating or cooling your building, the difference in temperature will cause your energy costs to skyrocket.

An air make-up unit solves this problem by providing a direct source of air for the booth. The air make-up unit pulls in outside air through a dedicated vent, heats it if necessary, and supplies the resulting air directly to the intake filter.

Air make-up units add quite a bit to the initial purchase price of a spray booth – frequently more than the booth itself. However, to avoid serious air quality problems and uneven heating or cooling, they can be worth the expense.

Adequate lighting is essential to many spray booth applications. Most booths come with several banks of special explosion-proof lighting. Make sure the location and number of lights is appropriate for your work, because you can’t simply install additional lights on your own.

Also, consider access to the lights when choosing a location for your booth. In most cases, lights are accessed from outside the booth, so putting the structure against a wall could prevent you from changing burned-out bulbs.


Posted on | November 16, 2010 | 2,195 Comments

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About Spray Booths

The spray booth is the first–and possibly most important–investment any professional painter will make. Nothing can ruin a good painting job like debris, bugs and dirt. Those that paint outside, or even in an open garage, can testify to the many problems inherent with the open atmosphere. A closed garage is unwise and impractical, due to the lack of ventilation. A spray booth is the best option, and that is why the most professional body shops all have at least one.


  1. Before the spray booth was introduced to the auto painting world in the early 1940s, automobile paint jobs were subject to a high degree of imperfections in the finish. Because auto painting is such a delicate process, even the slightest bit of dirt can make a fine paint job look like a splotchy mess. Oils from the air, bugs that accidentally fly into the finish, and even small pieces of trash can find ways in which to ruin a paint job. The spray booth came along just in time to revolutionize the way automobiles came off the assembly line.


  2. Though it may differ according to brand and need, a spray booth generally has the same basic features across the board. It will consist of four walls and a ceiling and a ventilation system. This ventilation system will prevent fumes from building up inside the booth and making it impossible or dangerous for the painter to continue his work. In addition to this, a spray booth will always have a place for air filters in the ventilation system, so that dirt and dust does not accompany fresh air into the booth’s atmosphere, thus cancelling the benefits of the booth in the first place. Many spray booths also include a heating feature, in order to cure a paint job, or make it dry faster.


  3. Automobile painting requires the use of many hazardous chemicals, most of which are highly flammable and even explosive in nature. Because of this, strict regulations are in place to ensure that auto painting takes place in the safest manner for both the painter and the surrounding environment. Due to these regulations, it is vital that the potential spray booth customer ask questions before purchasing a spray booth. Regulations vary from state to state, so it is wise to make sure a spray booth is up to code before spending thousands of Rands purchasing one.


Posted on | November 9, 2010 | 1,505 Comments

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Painting and Drying Spray Booths

In order to provide you to understand better;

  • What a spray booth is,
  • Why they are used,
  • Air draft types, advantages and disadvantages, and
  • Determining spray booth efficiency;

we would like to inform you on function and design of spray booth, from the beginning.

Introduction of Spray Booths

When spray guns began to be used in assembly lines, finishing times were decreased to just eight days. Afterwards, Dupont introduced nitrocellulose lacquer, which is derived from rich supply of 1st World War gun cotton. Advantage of this new unique lacquer was fast drying time which has never been before.

It is determined that to apply new material by a brush is almost impossible, however spray guns were transmitting the varnish comfortably and fastly. Refinish processes were anyhow completed only in 3 days, and manual brushing replaced by paint spraying. It was a revolutionary automotive success.

This first spray gun had been followed by the products meeting needs of the finishing industry including exhaust enclosures, that we call now as spray booth. For specific production applications, it was advantageous for the companies making spray application systems to design and build their spraying equipments with overspray collection systems. It caused the constitution of technologies of spray booth design, such as water wash,downdraft airflow and many others.

"Air wash" is the term which describes today’s dry filter technology. Producers must comply with safety and health regulations today. Additionally, there have been important changes about finisher limitation for extraction to planet air.

For nearly a century, spray booths have been critical to our hemisphere’s defence and protection. Not only here, they arised in every industry type all over the world.

Who needs a spray booth?

Does the mentioned finish or refinish process energy-efficient and meet the production standards and levels?

Or, is there sign of paint or coating overspray, and any odour indicating that paint and coatings evaporating?

Is the production time spent on re-do because of the dust or dirt contamination or rough maintenance, rather than meeting production timelines.

Some decisions must be taken, when initially decided to obtain a spray booth. Cost of a spray booth system and ultimately its final configuration is affected by, requirements such as size and portability of refinish object, material that spray booths are made of, and air flow type needed to provide sufficient power. These three factors together determine the necessary investment.

Why use a spray booth?

Most important reasons to use a spray booth are as following:

  • To limit the application of a dangerous material in a limited controlled environment
  • To prevent dangerous over spray and volatiles to escape from limits and cause a fire or explosion close to the operations.
  • To control air/fuel mixture in order to prevent formation of a flammable mixture.
  • To provide a clean environment to be used for painting.

Spray Booth Components

There are many common basic features of spray booth, either complicated or simple.

All spray booths, regardless of their application, have a working chamber, fresh air system and exhaust system.

Working Chamber

Because the working chamber encloses the spray operation, it is large enough to contain the product and provide room for the painter to perform his job. Recommended working depth is usually 150 to 180 cm wider and deeper than the largest product to be coated. Other important items are lighting and how the product will move through the booth.

Exhaust Chamber

In some spray booths exhaust chamber seems as a plenum behind the Exhaust Filtration and in general they have same width and height with Working depth. In this configuration, exhaust air moves parallel to the floor as it enters in the exhaust filters. In booths with downdraft airflow, exhaust plenum is “pit, which draws overspray air down through filters and than channels underground to be recycled. These exhaust systems include fans with sufficient power to move air through the system. Exhaust fans are mounted in the exhaust unit.

How booths work

Spray booths are designed to collect particulate emissions. Filtration media,such as filter pads or water, and moving air, are the primary tools in this collection. Coating material applied by a spray gun or similar device. The airstream moving through the booth collects the solids and transports them to the filtration medium. Three elements – force and direction of the air, the efficiency of the filtration, and the characteristics of the coating equipment — determine the overall efficiency of the coating operation, and the quality of the finish.

Cross draft and Horizontal Flow

When classified by draft method, in the simplest configuration of all, in order to pull in air at one end of the booth from the shop or plant area immediately surrounding the spray booth, a cross draft or horizontal flow spray booth uses its powerful exhaust fan. Before entering the working chamber, the air may pass through a filter door, enter the working chamber unfiltered through an open face, or be pushed in through a pressurized input plenum. The air flows parallel to the floor and passes through the working chamber and picks up the particulate. Then air passes through a filter group to capture the particulate, and is then 100% exhausted through ducting directly into the atmosphere. The majority of booths are designed as cross draft.

Additionally in this air draft, it is most difficult to reach a perfect finish.


The semi-downdraft booth is a combination of features of both cross- and downdraft booths. It is called semi-downdraft because of the method of inputting the air to the booth. At the first 25 to 30% of booth length, air is introduced to the booth through the ceiling. This input air may be introduced depending on the suction of the exhaust fan or it can be pressurized . Best results are obtained when air make-up used and booth positively pressurized. As exhaust fan continues to pull the air through the working chamber, the air changes directions and become parallel with the floor. Then air is drawn through the exhaust chamber at the back of booth and extracted to the atmosphere through ducting.

Downdraft side exhaust

Air is pulled into a downdraft side exhaust configuration through a ceiling plenum. The air passes through the working chamber parallel to the walls and perpendicular to the floor. When the air reaches the floor it is pulled into and through floor level filtered exhaust plenums down each side of the booth and out into the atmosphere through ducting. Pits or elevated platforms are not required for this booth.

Downdraft airflow is the best choice for a perfect finish.


In the downdraft booth, the air flow moves down from overhead towards the building floor. Usually there is a sunken pit to accept either dry filter or water wash exhaust on the building floor. A bar-type grating is placed over the pit opening. The booth can also be placed on an elevated platform in order to avoid pit construction. The top of booth may be open or enclosed with a filter input plenum. There are input plenums with filter at the overhead of most downdraft booths. A booth with a filter plenum is normally used together with a heated air make-up unit. This is considered as mandatory for a clean paint job .

During the spray cycle, fresh air is pulled into the air system, heated to 21°C, then filtered and 100% exhausted.

During the cure cycle, once the air has passed through the working chamber, 90% of the air is pulled through filters and back to the air make up unit. It is combined with 10% fresh air there, heated again and returned to the working chamber. The 10% air not returned to the air make up unit is filtered and exhausted directly into the atmosphere through ducting. Importance of a circulating system is that, the working air is used over before loosing its heat, so resources are preserved. Because the captured particulates are rapidly removed from the worker zone, downdraft airflow is considered to be safer than other airflow patterns. Downdraft airflow is the best choice for a perfect finish.

Improper Operation of the Spray Booth System may cause the following dangers:

· Danger of fire or explosion because of :

  • The chemical imbalance in the working area during the painting phase due to not turning the unit on, operating in the wrong phase, or clogging of the filters.
  • When enough particulate accumulates in the booth, there is a danger of spontaneous combustion.
  • due to inadequate, or total lack of ventilation during the operating phases of the booth (painting -flash-off -bake)
  • due to an improperly operating burner.

· Atmospheric imbalance in the environment caused by the solids emission and particles of the unintended painting substance due to the insufficient operation of the exhaust paint arrestor filters.

· An excessive build-up of overspray on the floor, in the ductwork, the heating system, or the pit, should be prevented. It could ignite spontaneously or from some equipment malfunction types.

Following actions are impermissible in the spray booth:

· Preparing, mixing and storing solvents.

· Storing paint or solvent containers, objects which are stained with paint or solvents such as overalls.

· Wearing overalls or other clothing which are stained with paint or solvents.

· Smoking.

· Using tools which produce a particulate spray, which makes sparks such as grinding or welding.

· Applying coating with the booth in operation and with a spray device not approved.

· Using any electrical devices.

· Storing or consuming food and beverages.

· Storing dangerous articles such as spray cans.

Following precautions have to be taken in the booth

· Filters must be replace as soon as necessary. Excessive clogging of the filters will cause a decrease in the airflow, which allows particulate to harden and drop on the painted surface, and resulting a dimple effect in the finish.

· Regularly clean and make maintenance on blower, heat exchanger, burner, dampers, and all control devices, which can wear easily.

· Clean all ductwork when necessary .

· All accessories used and related with the paint spray booth, such as air compressors, air dryers, breathable air systems, etc., must be designed for use with spray booth systems and maintained according to manufacturer instructions.

Heating the Booth

Work compartment of a spray booth is required to be maintained at a minimum temperature of 20° C. To meet this regulation, it is mandatory that fresh air unit to be used during the winter months in most areas.

Many coatings require a curing period with increased heat after application to reach their final finished state, and this heat is applied through a heater or burner unit.

Heater Types

The world of process heaters has been divided into two categories,

Indirect-fired and direct-fired.

Indirect-fired units are used in situations where direct flame contact with the process material is not wanted because of the problems of contamination and ignition of the material. Direct-fired units are used where such problems are not a factor. Emissions from indirect-fired units consist entirely of products of combustion, including those of incomplete combustion. On the other hand, emissions from direct-fired units consist both of products of combustion along with emissions of the process material. Thus, emissions to the atmosphere from indirect-fired process heaters are generic to the used fuel and are common across a wide range of industrial sources while those from direct-fired units are unique to the given process and may vary widely both within a given industrial process (if the process material is changed) and between industrial sources (where widely varying process materials may be handled)

Many imported spray booths use indirect-fired burners. This is because the booth and all its components are being manufactured in an area where there is no vast natural gas network. Instead, the primary fuel is oil. With oil, the only choice is indirect-fired.

How Indirect-Fired Units Work

In an indirect fired configuration the burner is fired through a tube or a tube type heat exchanger. The recirculation air is passed over the heat exchanger, raised to the desired set point and delivered to the process airstream. The heat exchanger which is made of stainless steel alloys, requires an exhaust system classified for high temperature.

Steam can be used as a heat source for low temperature operations. The steam is laid in pipes through a heat exchanger similar to a radiator, and circulated air passes through the coil and is delivered to the load. Temperatures will reach about ( 160°C) depending on the pressure of the steam . Steam is a favourable choice when there are explosion possibilities. Additionally steam is energy efficient.

The heat exchanger must be brought up to temperature before it will heat the air passing over it. For that period of time the system will be delivering cold air into the space. After the burner is turned off, the heat exchanger must have some time to cool down. This will result in temperature swings over and under the target temperature.

How Direct-Fired Units Work

Direct-fired gas heating is one of the simplest and most cost-effective methods for heating air. Outside air either filtered or not enters the unit. If desired, a quantity of returning room air can be added to this outside air in a balanced manner to assure a constant total airflow. This air then passes over a burner. The airflow pattern is closely controlled using profile plates, resulting in 100% efficient combustion. The air is directly heated by this clean, controlled gas flame and distributed into the working airstream using heavy duty centrifugal blowers. By carefully controlling the airflow pattern and volume, the system can provide complete, 100% combustion.

Complete combustion produces only water vapour and carbon dioxide (CO 2). Harmful combustion by-products are the result of incomplete combustion. Thus, you should buy from an established expert in gas heating technology. Some advantages of this configuration are better fuel efficiency, quick heat up rates, and cost. The disadvantage is that, combustion products mix freely with the load and given the makeup of the product, may pose a problem . Direct-fired systems are flexible units for space heating, make-up air, and ventilation applications. Direct firing eliminates the need for heat exchangers, and this results in 100% efficiency. All combustion products are introduced into the supply air stream at concentrations below regulation requirements. To operate this system is very cost effective, as natural gas is an abundant, clean and low cost fuel that is readily available.

How a Heater Typically Works

A curing paint booth provides basically two consecutive operating cycles:

1 – Spray Mode and Flash-Off

2 – Bake Mode and Cool Down


During the Spray Mode period the paint material is being sprayed onto the vehicle.

During this phase, correct air pressure and temperature for the painter must be ensured, as well as excellent air filtration for the paint application

The operator turns on the power and sets the appropriate switch on the control panel to "spray".

The spray cycle is as following: The damper (1) positions itself automatically to allow the intake blower assembly (2) to only draw in outside fresh air (3).

Then all the air passes through the pre-filter (4) then through the burner or around the heat exchanger (5). The outside air is heated to the preset temperature on the control panel and enters into the plenum (6) of the booth. Here, the air passes through the ceiling filters (7), enters the booth (8) and is evenly distributed throughout the booth cabin. The air is then exhausted beneath the floor (9) through the paint arrestor filters (10), where most of the overspray is removed. Then it enters the exhaust side of the mechanical unit (11) where it is expelled through the duct exhaust to the outside (12).


The flash-off phase is the period between two applications of paint or between the last application and the bake cycle. This time is necessary to allow the paint to flow out and release solvents.

This phase may or may not be necessary, depending upon the type of paint and application method used. In each case the time setting will be determined by the painter and paint supplier.

The flash-off phase is identical to the spray mode, except for the possible change in air temperature supplied to the booth, thus:

During the spray and flash-off phases, the booth should be operating in the spray mode, with 100% fresh air. In order to avoid any possible build-up of solvents in the booth, which could reach levels of flammability and/or explosion, do not turn off booth.


The bake mode is the period required for the curing of the paint applied to the vehicle.

During this phase, the control unit maintains temperature pre-selected by operator (up to 60 degrees C) and excellent filtration for proper results.

Nobody should enter the booth during the bake mode.

The operator sets the switch on the control panel to "bake." This automatically activates the bake timer which should have been set in advance with the correct cure time. The bake time counter will start as soon as the booth reaches the preset temperature for this phase.

The operating cycle is as following: The damper (1) automatically positions itself to permit the intake blower assembly (2) to draw a portion (10 – 15%) of the air from the outside (3) and re-circulate the remaining (85-90%). Then all the air passes through the pre-filter (4) and around the burner or heat exchanger (5). It is heated to the preset temperature on the control panel and enters into the plenum (6) of the booth. Here the air passes through the ceiling filters (7), and then enters the booth (8) and is evenly distributed throughout the booth cabin.

Then air is exhausted beneath the floor (9) through the paint arrestor filters (10), then it enters the exhaust chamber (11) where 10-15% of the air is extracted outside (12) and the remaining 85-90% is re-circulated.


The cooling phase is the period required to cool down the heating unit and the vehicle.

This phase starts automatically upon completion of the bake period. The length of this phase is preset and can be controlled via a thermostat. There is a sensor above the burner or heat exchanger and close to the connecting duct between the spray booth and the monoblock. If the thermostat temperature setting is too low, so that it is impossible for the outside air to cool it to the preset temperature, a preset timer will interrupt the cooling even though the preset temperature has not been reached.

This operating cycle is similar to the spray mode, in that the dampers automatically position themselves to draw 100% fresh air from the outside, like in the paint cycle.

Never turn off the power to the booth during the cooling cycle. It will stop the blower assembly, and so prevent the proper cooling of the combustion chamber. This could cause it to overheat and be damaged.

Power to the unit should be turned off only when the blower assembly is not in operation or when absolutely necessary.

Characteristics of Filtration

Selecting the wrong filter or selecting a filter only by price for a system, creates a continuous unfavourable reaction. Particulate from overspray escaping capture is passed to the next phase. In a downdraft unit, this results in earlier loading of the recirculation filters, and this affects the cure cycle and builds a potential failure of the system’s integrity.

The filter design should hold both wet and dry particulate, because especially in downdraft systems, the largest portion of the overspray is dry when it reaches the filtration media.

Filtration, especially exhaust filtration, is critical to the performance of a system.

All filters are evaluated according to many criteria, including three main characteristics:

  • Efficiency

The ability of a filter to remove overspray and particulate.

  • Holding Capacity

The amount of particulate the filter will hold until it’s replacement.

  • Static Resistance to Airflow

When we check airflow, we check static pressure as a function of process and particulate amount captured by the filter used.

Filters are not reusable.

  • Some indications that show replacement time of filters is coming up are as follows:

    • The cure heater’s airflow switch continually shuts the burner off.
    • Negative pressure in the booth.
    • Dirt build-up on the plenum filters.
    • Visual inspection of the filters
      - Filters will be discoloured
      - Filters will begin to form a pocket due to air restriction.
      - Excessive build up will cause the internal frame to bend, breaking the seal between filters and allowing more dirt to pass through.

Life of the pre-filter may be shorter because of the following:

  • Installation is located very close to a dirty environment, such as farm country harvesting or ploughed fields, exhaust stacks of other processes near supply intake.
  • Process introducing or generating contamination in the booth.
  • Pit or return air ductwork is very dirty.
  • Pit filters past their useful life.
  • Return air dampers not closing properly. (Circulating System)


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Product Description: SB3000-C BUS/TRUCK Spray Booth VW Approved Truck Spray booth
External size (m): 15.2 x6.6 x5.0
Internal size (m): 15.0 x5.0 x4.5
Entrance Width(M): 4.0
Entrance Height(M): 4.0
Fan capacity(m3/h): 72000
Air velocity (m/s): 0.3-0.5
Air ventilation (times/h): 332
Max Drying Temperature: 60?-80?
Oil consumption (L/unit): 6-8
Power (kw): 50
Suitable Automobile Type: Bus

  • Wall panel: sandwich style, g=75mm, polystyrene, rock wool available as required.
  • Basement: concrete structure made by customers, 2 rows of grids, 3d lifts as optional.
  • Door: 4 pcs of front door without aluminium side cover. 2 pcs of emergency door with pressure lock.
  • Two 11kw intake fans and two 11kw exhaust fans.
  • Two sets of exhaust/intake ducts, 5m straight, one 90° bend, and one 60° bend each. two sets of chimney, 5m straight and 2 small bends.
  • 2 sets of manual VCD exhaust/intake dampers, electrical VCD as optional.
  • Spraying/baking transition damper, automatically air controlled.
  • Heat exchanger: stainless steel. 2units of RIELLO RG5S burners.
  • Roof filter: 16 pcs of filter, mounted above support frame, which is made of steel and powder coated.
  • 2 pcs of floor filter and 2 pcs of outlet filter.
  • Upper light: 20 sets, 4*40w per set. side lights: 16sets, 4*40w.
  • Control box: imported components, overload, overheat, phase-lacking, phase-locking protection, engine y/? start.
  • Automatically stop when preset time is up.
  • Constant temperature spraying.
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Product Description: Truck Spray Booth

External size (m):  15.2×6.6×5.0m
Internal size (m): 15x5x4.5m
Entrance door width (m): 4.5m
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Air velocity (m/s): 0.3-0.5
Air flow volume, m3/h: 72000
Max drying temperature: 60-80 degree
Power (kw): 46kw
Oil burner: RIELLO, G20
Control system: Japan & South Korea
Filter system: Italy made
Way of filter installation: AL filter supporter
Environment protection: None
Air in-taker: 2 unit (11kw/unit)
Air exhauster: 2 unit (11kw/unit)

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Product Description: VW Approved Sprinter Spray Booth
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Internal size (m): 8.6×4.0×3.4
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Entrance Height(M): 3.35
Fan capacity(m3/h): 35000
Air velocity (m/s): 0.25-0.3
Air ventilation (times/h): 332
Max Drying Temperature: 60dc-80dc
Oil consumption (L/unit): 6-8
Power (kw): 13
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  • Wall panel: sandwich style, g=50mm, polystyrene rock wool available as required.
  • Basement: steel structure, 3 rows of vein board and 2 rows of grids, full grids as optional.
  • Door: 3 pcs of front door without aluminium side cover. 1pcs of emergency door with pressure lock.
  • Basement: steel structure, 3 rows of vein board and 2 rows of grids, full grids as optional.
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  • One 11kw intake fan
  • 5m straight exhaust ducts, one 90° bend, and one 60° bend.5m straight chimney and 2 small bends.
  • Damper changer of painting and drying: changed automatically with cylinder-link driving.
  • Heat exchanger: stainless steel. Riello/ G20S burner.
  • Roof filter: 5 pcs of filter, mounted above support frame, which is made of steel and powder coated.
  • 2 pcs of floor filter and 1 pcs of outlet filter.
  • Upper light: 12 sets, 4*40w per set.
  • Control box: imported components, overload, overheat, phase-lacking, phase-locking protection, engine Y/? start.
  • Automatically stop when preset time is up.
  • Constant temperature spraying.

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Product Description

Specifications: External size (m): 8.3×5.6×3.8m
Internal size (m): 8.2x4x3.2m
Entrance door width (m): 3m
Entrance door height (m): 3.2m
Air velocity (m/s): 0.3-0.5
Air flow volume, m3/h: 36000
Max drying temperature: 60-80 degree
Power (kw): 13kw
Oil burner: RIELLO, G20
Control system: China made
Filter system: China made
Way of filter installation: Clamping
Environment protection: None
Air in-taker: 1 unit(11kw with big vane)
Air exhauster: None

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