Australian Dust Control Pty Ltd has recently installed a 3m wide, open face dry spray booth at St John’s High School in Woodlawn, NSW.
Installed in the school’s new woodworking room, the spray booth is used in the final stages of the furniture making process for spray painting. An upgrade of the existing system, the spray booth design included a 1.5kW fan and relief air ductwork.
Australian Dust Control offers a range of wet and dry spray booths for environmental protection to suit the needs of each customer. Easily assembled on site, the spray booths feature galvanised steel panels.
Effective filtration together with a regular maintenance program where filters are changed, ensure spray booths from Australian Dust Control will reduce fire hazards and prevent emission to surrounding areas.
Key features of the spray booths:
- Extracts fumes during processes such as spray painting
- Filtered exhaust system removes chemicals and effectively disperses vapours
- Axial flow fan fitted to the spray booth
- Fumes are filtered and relief air discharged to the atmosphere as clean air via a weather flap
- Exhaust stacks directed upwards to eliminate vapour accumulating at the ground level