How to Properly Enclose an Open Face Paint Booth

It's not uncommon for customers to want to cover their open paint booth with a curtain or a door. Covering the coating media prevents contaminants from entering the paint workstation, leading to higher quality coatings.

Curtains are more accessible than doors and offer more flexibility when entering the product. However, they do not offer the protection against contamination necessary for the best end result. You can get information about open face paint booth via https://www.spraytech.com/open-face-paint-booths/.

Many companies and manufacturing plants install open booth blinds to increase production and flexibility and take their business to the next level. When you place the blinds on the open front cab, most of the openings that allow fresh air to enter the cab are closed.

Since a source of fresh air is still needed, the cab can be pressurized with a suction fan or an air refill device (AMU). If the open-face cab is not under pressure, when the exhaust system is turned on, the curtain will be drawn into the cab, which violates the purpose of the blinds.

However, since there is a gap around the curtain for air to enter, the chamber must be kept at a slight negative pressure to ensure that excess and vapor are confined in the chamber.

For certain applications, blinds with fans or AMU in the open front cab can provide the desired results. For applications where upholstery quality is important, filtered product doors offer increased protection against contamination of painted surfaces.