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Spray booth size10/31
I've been using a homemade hillbilly exhaust fan that I shut an overhead door on for years. It actually works great as long as I open another door for some make up air.
My insurance company didnt care for it so now I'm in the market for an open face UL listed booth.
instead of going wide go long like a 18ft long booth instead of 18ft wide
btw, get a variable speed fan motor
Since you insurance company is involved with the request for a change, make sure you run the plans by them before you purchase! They'll tell you how far the switches must be located from the booth, and other details. Also the orientation of the booth will effect the amount of filters you have to maintain. Yup, variable speed and booth coating before you use it.
Herb, so you're saying go more depth, as in 18' from the open front to the filter wall? What would be a good width, 8' or so?
yes get it wired up with a variable frequency drive... it will be your best tool for a spray booth
Not sure where you are located. I am selling a used southern California legal enclosed booth with dry chemical fire suppresion (sprinklers not needed) Las Vegas 1/4 of new price.....made in USA
Most open faced booths in cabinet shops are designed for a cfm of the square footage of the open face. It really doesn't matter how much of your work piece is in or out of the booth. All the air is being drawn out of the room that the booth is in.