What is Downdraft Spray Booth
A downdraft paint booth is a fully enclosed spray booth with a downward airflow design, which many experts agree creates the best environment for high-quality finish work. Downdraft paint booths are usually large enough to accommodate vehicles and other big items.
This type of booth is extremely effective at managing contaminants and overspray. Because the exhaust system requires a pit in the floor, however, a downdraft paint booth can be costly to install.
Downdraft spray booths are a type of painting booth that pulls air down through the booth, rather than blowing it around. This design is ideal for removing overspray quickly and efficiently, making for a cleaner work environment.
Downdraft booths are designed to be used in applications where there is a potential for combustible or flammable vapors. These vapors can be created during the spraying or finishing process, or they may be present in the air of the work environment. In either case, it is important to remove these vapors from the air to prevent them from igniting and causing a fire.
Downdraft booths work by drawing the air down through the booth and into a filtration system. This filtered air is then returned to the room, leaving the dangerous vapors behind. The result is a much safer work environment for your employees.