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9/29/2016

Open-Face Booths Provide Safe, Clean Environment for Finishing

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Global Finishing Solutions (GFS) displays its open-face paint booths featuring heavy-duty construction, high-powered fans and motors and high-efficiency filtration.

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Global Finishing Solutions (GFS) displays its open-face paint booths featuring heavy-duty construction, high-powered fans and motors and high-efficiency filtration. The booths provide a safe, clean environment for finishing operations and can be used for applications including wood finishing, parts and components painting, motorcycle refinishing and batch equipment painting. The booths operate at peak performance, even when filters are loaded with an air velocity of 125 fpm. All booths include 18-gauge panels, easy-to-change filtration with GFS Wave exhaust filters, ETL-rated light fixtures with T-8 color-corrected tubes, and high-powered fans and motors.

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