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Ultrimax Bench Spray Booth - 1000mm

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Product Description

dry filter spray booths for sale

 

Bench Spray Booth

Bench type spray booths are a type of paint booth that allows for the finishing of a range paint jobs, usually at bench height. Specifically, a bench type spray booth is designed for isolation in a paint job – they provide a protected space for paint finishing on a variety of objects, when spraying can’t be done on particular surfaces or in specific environments.

At Ultrimax, we have a range of bench type spray booths to suit your budget and project.

Let’s talk bench booths for sale here, and what to look out for when finding the perfect paint booth for your business, or specific requirements.

 

What are bench booths and what are they used for?

Bench booths are typically made from galvanised steel and have a range of features that make them ideal for use in a variety of settings when it comes to paint finishings - including spraying parts of vehicles or other smaller objects that have to be finished, where the job calls for flexibility, speed and ease at bench height.

At Ultrimax, we offer complete fit out packages to suit your budget. What’s more, our booths can be custom built to both enhance and match the job at hand. They’re customisable too - some models come bespoke with built-in lights and fans to help improve the quality of the spray job.

Choosing a spray paint booth – what to consider

When it comes to choosing a bench booth, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Space

First, consider the size of the unit and how much space you have available. We have a range of units on hand to both provide you with the protection and isolation you need for a spray job and designed to be economical with the floor space you have.

Specifications

Second, think about the specifications you have for your project. Our bench type spray booths have design features that can accommodate most spraying requirements but can also be custom modified to suit specific needs, when it comes to the object size.

Safety

Thirdly, always make sure your spray booth is up to code, when it comes to safety protocols. Our bench type spray booths are made to protect you and your workers while spraying, as well as the environment outside the booth. What’s more, our benches comply to the latest safety legislations and code requirements.

Budget

Finally, consider your budget and the features you're looking for in a booth bench. Check out our complete fit out packages – we have the bench type spray booths that won’t break the bank.

 

At Ultrimax, we supply all industries requiring safe and beautifully designed spray booth options. So, for bench type spray booths with quality of design, space saving features, and safety codes always met, look no further than Ultrimax.

We can quote for supply only or supply and install, so contact us now.

Call 01302 856666 or email sales@ultrimaxcoatings.co.uk

FAQ

Frequently asked questions

What are the different types of spray booths?

There are a number of different types of spray booths, each designed to fulfill a range of applications.

Here are a few of the most utilised:

  • Bench type spray booths – bench booths are designed for finishing specific spray jobs with flexibility and ease at bench height
  • Dry filter spray booths – dry filter booths use layered filters to separate particulate from the air passing through the exhaust
  • Water wash spray booths – water wash spray booths trap paint overspray and particulate with curtains of water, deposit this by-product into collection tanks
  • Crossdraft booths – during a spray job, crossdraft booths bring air into the front of the booth, and expel it out the rear as an airstream
  • Downdraft booths – produce draft patterns that fall from the ceiling to the floor, and are then expelled underneath the booth

 

What are the benefits of using a bench type spray booth?

There are a number of benefits a bench type spray booth lends to your production line. These benefits include:

  • Unmatched control over hazardous material in the workplace
  • Improved quality of work – the controlled environment enables ease and flexibility in all spraying work
  • A bench type spray booth ensures cleanliness at all times in a workspace – contaminants and pollutants are easily prevented from compromising the quality of a spray or coating job

What industries are most likely to use a bench type spray booth?

There are a number of industries that may benefit from the application of a bench type spray booth. These include:

  • Industrial manufacturing
  • Aerospace
  • Aviation
  • Automotive
  • Large equipment fabrication

Are there any disadvantages to using a bench type spray booth?

There are some disadvantages to keep in mind, when considering incorporating a bench type spray booth into your workshop assembly line. These can include:

  • Filters need to be regularly replaced, which can be costly
  • The bench type spray booth is a dry filter unit, and so may need higher wind pressure - this could increase the consumption of paint
  • Bench type spray booths may need more maintenance, and more cleaning work after every use

How often should you clean your bench type spray booth?

Cleaning your booth will depend on the frequency of use, and the type of spraying and coating work done. However, the nature of this kind of work, is that it’s always going to be messy. So, a thorough clean should be done on your booth on a weekly to monthly basis, to remove overspray and particulate, and keep it functioning optimally.

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