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Crossdraft Spray Booths and the Filters They Use

Crossdraft Spray Booths and the Filters They Use

Crossdraft spray booths get their name from the way the air moves inside them. Just as downdraft booths have their air intake on the top, and the exhaust in the flooring, crossdraft booths have the air intake at one end of the booth, and the exhaust at the other, making the air move along the length of the booth. And although this type of booth has its advantages and disadvantages, this ventilation system is very efficient, but only if the right kind of filters are used.
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Curtain Walls - What to Look for When Buying One

When you’re setting up a car repair shop, or a body workshop, one of the things you should be looking out for are curtain walls. They are a great piece of equipment that allow you to easily make a part of your shop into a designated space for some of the potentially messier parts of your business, like spray painting. These curtains are easier to install than it is to make walls, and they will help contain paint, fumes and noises in a single area.
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Spray Booth Painting Filter Maintenance for Beginners

Spray painting tasks for different industrial applications aren’t just defined by the choice of paint used, and the design and construction of spray booths. Quality services are also influenced by responsible and pro-active use of spray booth filters. 
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