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3/1/2004

Batch Booth

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Production-proven performance and reliability combined with the innovative design of the new Versa-Coat® II batch booth is said to provide a flexible, cost-effective solution for manual powder coating operations.

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Production-proven performance and reliability combined with the innovative design of the new Versa-Coat® II batch booth is said to provide a flexible, cost-effective solution for manual powder coating operations. The new family of powder spray booths features a flexible design to accommodate a range of applications, from smaller short-run, spray-to-waste operations to larger, longer-run continuous operations with manual powder recovery for maximum material use. The booths are available in conveyorized and non-conveyorized versions. The booths come complete with standard or custom work-area canopies, or as stand-alone powder collection/recovery modules that can have canopies added once on site. The booths are available in 5300 CFM, 6400 CFM, 7200 CFM and 9600 CFM models and associated canopy sizes. Each module features 100% polyester primary filters for excellent performance and operating life. An optional powder collection tray with a fluidized or non-fluidized hopper unit on casters is said to easily recovery and re-use over-sprayed powder for maximum powder utilization. The collection tray also provides a cleaner operation and easier removal of powder in spray-to-waste operations.

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