Spray Booth Systems
To have an industrial paint booth, businesses are required to install a fire suppression system. Here at Safe-T Fire Protection, we offer this service and are confident we are the best team to help you get the best spray booth system. We offer spray booth system installation and maintenance services to keep your booth in the best shape.
Types of Paint Booths
Bench Spray Paint Booth
This spray booth system is environmentally safe and follows all codes required by NFPA. It also is designed to remove the overspray that occurs during the painting process. The booth is space-saving and can be customized to the size of your liking. The material is made of galvanized steel, which is resistant to marks and will last a long time.
Dry Filter Spray Booth
Dry filtration technology is popular with paint spray booths. The dry filter sizes will work with the majority of parts on the market. When you are designing a dry filter spray booth, you need to consider the size of the products you will be spray painting. You will need a 3-foot gap above the product and a 5-foot space around the product. Also consider where your booth will be located in your business, in consideration of spacing.
Spray Booth System Inspection
This is what will be looked at during a typical spray booth inspection:
- Location of nozzles
- Internal inspection for corrosion
- Piping and copper tubing
- Hydro cylinder test
- Hydro regulator test
- Check the level of pressurized tanks
- Electrical interlocks
There are a couple of different fire suppression systems that we can recommend to you. We also take care of fire suppression system installation as well.
Automatic Fire Suppression
This dry chemical system will automatically notice and deter a fire. When it detects a fire, the suppression system will turn on and an alarm will sound. It will cut off all airflow into the booth so that the fire is starved of oxygen. This is built to handle combustible materials, flammable liquids, and flammable gases.
The Pyro-Chem Monarch fire suppression system is popular with larger booths, designed for vehicles. Another option is the Kidde fire suppression system. Both of these systems follow all codes required by the state.
Paint Booth Suppression System Parts
- Agent tanks
- Pull stations
- Alarm bell
- Control heads
- Nozzles and caps
- Detectors, brackets, and fusible links
Now that you are familiar with spray booth systems, make sure to call us here at Safe-T Fire Protection for spray booth fire suppression installations and repairs. Also make sure to have a fire extinguisher on hand, even with the fire suppression system. You can never be too prepared for an emergency.