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Widths: 14', 16', 18' and 20'
Heights: 10', 12', 14', and 16'
Depths: 24', 26', 28', 30', 32', 34', 44', 54' and 64
Downdraft & Side Downdraft
Depths: 24', 26', 28', 30', 32', 34', 40', 50' and 60'
Generally accepted as the best airflow style, downdraft booths do an excellent job of controlling overspray and contamination. Air flows vertically from the ceiling intake plenum at the top of the booth, over the vehicle, and into the filtered exhaust pit in the floor.
The semi-downdraft booth is a hybrid combining features of both crossdraft and downdraft booths. Air is introduced to the booth through the ceiling in the first 25-30% of the booth. Then it’s pulled across the working chamber, over the vehicle and into the filtered exhaust chamber at the booth rear.
The simplest configuration, crossdraft booths use an exhaust fan to pull air in at one end of the booth. Air may pass through a filtered door, enter the working chamber unfiltered, or be pushed through a pressurized input plenum. Air flows parallel to the floor, across the vehicle and into a filter bank at the booth rear.
Side downdraft booths are an economical solution for shops that can’t afford or aren’t able to install a pit. Air enters the booth through a full-length ceiling plenum, and flows downward over the vehicle. When air reaches the floor, it is pulled into floor-level exhaust plenums on each side of the booth.
A PLC-based, UL-listed control system with an intuitive, simplistic touch screen, the INSIGHT control panel allows you to continually monitor all systems for safety and function. Pop-up displays indicate running information and faults, while the Professor help function guides the operator through fixing faults.
All of GFS’ booths can be customized to meet your unique specifications. The following options can be added to an Heritage Truck Booths:
GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.
Let us know your product requirements, and we will put you in touch with a distributor in your area.
Disclaimer: Product configurations are subject to change without notice