An Open Face, or Open front paint booth has no intake filters or doors and is used when the quality of finish is not a high priority or dust in the air is not a factor. An air make-up unit (AMU) can be added and either ducted to dump air into the same room as the spray booth or directly over the front of the paint booth.
Without an AMU, code requires some provision for a passive system to allow air to replace the air being sucked out of the shop by the paint booth. This can take the form of a fixed louvre or back draft damper mounted in the wall or some form of inlet mounted in the roof. It can also be switch mounted to a bay door that is interlocked to the open front booth to ensure that the door is open an appropriate amount before the booth can be fully operational.
Yes. Our Paint Booths are designed to comply with the relevant International Fire and NFPA codes. This ensures appropriate airflow and adherence to paint booth usage standards.
Our team of skilled engineers have experts in structural, mechanical, electrical, and code compliance fields. They work diligently to guarantee that your new paint booth meets all the necessary requirements, enabling you to obtain the essential permits and stamped drawings seamlessly.
They are used for various applications. The list includes, but is not limited to -
We provide a warranty for our Paint Booths, assuring the buyer that the equipment is free from defects in materials or workmanship during normal use and maintenance. Contact us for more information.
Yes. As a leading supplier based in Greater Vancouver, BC, we have the capability to offer tailored solutions to meet your specific requirements, ensuring swift delivery. They can be customized with a range of standard options, including:
Contact us and discuss your specific needs.