The automotive paint industry has several exciting developments to share. A lot of people may be unaware of the various types of spray booths and the differences between them.
What is a spray booth?
Used for painting cars, the history of the spray booth dates back over a hundred years. You can look for paint spray booth enclosures that deliver exceptional results while leading the industry in eco-friendly design.
Spray booths today
There are 3 basic types of booths; the 1 series, 3 series and 5 series. Each booth has various specs and capabilities that this article will Endeavour to explain.
The 1 series spray booth was initially developed as an economical, low-cost booth that was highly still reliable. Containing several features normally only associated with higher-end spray booths the 1 series works well in more limited spaces as it includes a compact roof-mounted air handling plant.
The 3 series is a very popular option. The wide doors allow for easy loading and unloading of vehicles and are fully glazed making for clearer vision. The 3 series booths also include an extracted 140mm high floor, requiring no excavation.
The 5 series is the elite design. A highly specified unit the 5 series is made with the highest standards in mind making it the best the industry has to offer. The 5 Series delivers the highest quality paint finish on the market it also has the advantage of being an energy-saving unit making it a money saver.