Downdraft airflow is the best type of airflow for a paint booth. It does an excellent job of controlling overspray and contamination and provides a safe, clean environment in which to paint.
Because of the cost of a pit and volume of airflow, it is also the most expensive style. Downdraft spray booths bring air in through the filtered ceiling and down through the floor filters into an exhaust chamber which is then exhausted free of hazardous particles. In addition, Dingman’s auto body repair Omaha have deployed the GFS recirculation system in every spray booth. With recirculation, once air has passed through the working chamber during the cure cycle, 80% of the air is pulled through the filters and back into the air replacement unit. At that point, the air is then combined with 20% fresh air, reheated and returned to the working chamber. The ability to recirculate the heated air, rather than heat the ambient air, provides a great saving in energy and fuel costs greatly diminishing the environmental effect.
Downdraft spray booths will provide the cleanest possible finish, and Dingman’s auto body paint Omaha is happy to provide these benefits to each of our auto body paint Omaha customers.