Spray Booth Exhaust

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Removal of paint fumes and paint over-spray from a manufacturing area is a specialized ventilation application. The airflow volume must be low enough to not affect the application of the finishing system materials. The airflow must be great enough to remove any toxic over-spray or fumes from the workspace. This is accomplished by precise removal of air across the face of the spray booth and through the paint arresters or scrubber system. The fans must be of adequate pressure rating to overcome the spray booth and filtration losses.  At the same time, the fans must be quiet enough to allow for worker exposure during a production cycle.  Sometimes local codes require additional environmental systems such as solvent recovery or fume removal.  These systems require additional fans that must also be selected to not contribute noise energy to the manufacturing process.

Design Features:

Direct drive and belt drive are suitable
Bearings and motors isolated from the process. Shaft seals with ceramic felt elements. 
Housing clean out door. Safety guards and electrical disconnect.
Ambient air inlet filter and silencer

Available Materials of Construction:

Carbon Steel
Stainless Steel
Coated Carbon steel

Fan Designs:

Duct Fans
Tubeaxial Fans
Vaneaxial Fans
Tubular Centrifugal Fans
Propeller Fans
High Pressure Backward Curved Fans
General Purpose Fans
Series 20 GI Fans
Compact GI Fans
Compact Pressure Blowers
AF30 Fans
BC Fans
RTS Fans
Pressure Blowers
BC Pressure Blowers

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