The Sprayline Cross Flow spray booth is easy to expand and allows for drive though doors in most applications. Intake is located at front doors and exhaust at the opposite end. Doors are filtered and on the front of the spray booth for clean air flow through the spray booth. Many different sizes and configurations make this booth a standout for all finishing industries such as automotive repair, metal fabrication, motorcycle painting and much more.
Considered an entry level booth, the unpressurized (i.e. no heater / air make-up unit) a cross draft paint booth in its simplest form brings in air through filters in the front of the booth (typically through the product doors) and exhausts through the rear of the booth. The exhaust configuration in the rear can either be a filtered center plenum or filtered towers in the rear corners. The tower exhaust configuration allows the addition of another set of product doors making the cross draft booth design “drive-through”.
To pressurize, or add a heater / air make-up unit, a cross flow paint booth the booth can be reconfigured in two different ways.
1/ Air from an air make-up unit can be ducted to a set of filtered input towers on either side of the front product doors. From there it flows to the rear of the booth to either a filtered center exhaust plenum, or filtered tower exhaust plenums.
2/ Instead of air flowing from front to back, the air flows from a filtered back wall (or towers for drive-through) to the front tower exhaust plenums. The heater is ducted to a plenum behind the back wall.