Batch Powder Booths Recirculate Air, Collects Excess Powder

Rohner batch powder booths are designed with optimal airflow for powder containment and application efficiency

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Rohner batch powder booths are designed with optimal airflow for powder containment and application efficiency, and offer the advantages of spray-to-waste/reclaim cartridge collector efficiency for coating processes. The company’s standard powder spray booths control air uniformly through booth openings, recirculating the air back into the facility, eliminating the need for makeup air and collecting excess powder through the two-stage filters of the collector modules. The booths support application environments for small job shop runs or large production runs and are designed for manual gun usage.

Standard features of include 18-gauge G90 galvanized steel, recommended optional powder coated white, expandable features for future growth, and a quiet blower with TEFC direct-drive VFD-run motor. The booths also feature automatic back pulse cleaning with extended filter life, high-efficiency, T-8 fluorescent Class I Div. II lighting or optional LED, and horizontal airflow with adjustable velocity.

Pre-wired, NEMA 12 dust-tight industrial control panels are said to reduce installation costs and include panel-mounted variable volume adjustment. Automatic back pulse cleaning of the powder booths also enables consistent airflow and extends filter life. Rohner’s batch powder booths are designed to meet or exceed NFPA33 and IFC Chapter 24 requirements. 

For more information, visit rohnerspraybooths.com.

 

 

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