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SPRAY BOOTHS

At Australian Dust & Fume Control, we extend our expertise to manufacturing spray booths for Sydney workshops.

We understand that productivity and accuracy are important for workshops, which is why we design our spray booths with the most efficient output in mind.

As no two operations are the same, Australian Dust Control customise our spray booths for our customers. No matter the requirements of your workshop, we can customise a solution for you. Australian Dust Control provide dependable spray booths throughout Australia. 

Australian Dust Control has a comprehensive range of Wet and Dry Spray Booths that can be tailored to suit the specific needs of every customer.

Wet and Dry Spray Booths aim to capture overspray in the operation of spray painting. The area where the spray painting is being carried out is under negative pressure so that the airflow is towards the filtration section of the Spray Booth. The overspray is collected on the front face of the Spray Booth and the filtered air passes through and discharges to atmosphere via the extraction fan.

The filter media of the Dry Spray Booth is cardboard or coalescing material.

The Wet Spray Booth uses a water wall method to filter the overspray.

Our high-performance spray booths allow you to get the job done efficiently and accurately, offering innumerable benefits to operators and business owners.

TECNODRY

Suitable for the continuous painting of parts, even of large dimensions,  the TECNODRY dry painting booth is supplied as standard with lamp and a paper filtering stage, with a two-stage fiberglass filtration on demand.

 

The TECNODRY spray booths have a centrifugal fan with high efficiency backward curved spark proof version. Possibility of installation of extended walls and roof, which optimize the capture speed from the extracting front up to 1 m away.

About

Australian Dust Control has a comprehensive range of Wet and Dry Spray Booths that can be tailored to suit the specific needs of every customer.

Wet and Dry Spray Booths aim to capture overspray in the operation of spray painting. The area where the spray painting is being carried out is under negative pressure so that the airflow is towards the filtration section of the Spray Booth.

 

The overspray is collected on the front face of the Spray Booth and the filtered air passes through and discharges to atmosphere via the extraction fan.

The filter media of the Dry Spray Booth is cardboard or coalescing material.

Suitable Industries

 

  • Aeronautical

  • Automotive

  • Educational Facilities

  • Fabrication

  • Flat Panel

  • Pallet

  • Spray Painting

  • Timber & Joinery

Key Features

  • Economical

  • Galvanised Steel Panels

  • Low Energy Consumption

  • Low Noise Emission

  • Supply Only or Turn Key