Businesses know that the quality of the finishes on their end products is the best advertisement for their quality. However, while it can be easily overlooked in favour of other parts of the process, painting is integral to the overall production system.
Importantly, every process and every product is different, whether it’s about size and shape, end-use, or preferred type of finish. Accordingly, the spray booth requirements will vary considerably depending on these differences.
While you are no doubt focused on your overall manufacturing and industrial processes, selecting the right spray booth approach for your business requirements is important and deserves attention. The selection of the right spray booth also warrants specialised advice and support.
DRYSYS Spray-Cure is a leader in designing, constructing, and commissioning high performance, efficient and innovative industrial spray booths in Australia. DRYSYS specialises in designing and building bespoke paint finishing facilities that are compliant with energy, safety, and environmental regulations.
DRYSYS’ team of engineers and project managers are skilled professionals who take into account details like the quantity and capability of your facility, production processes, the quality of finishing required A key differentiating factor is their fully integrated PLC control systems, delivering industry best automation and decision-making support.
When you are looking at selecting the right spray booth for your needs, the first consideration is selecting the type of booth that is required. This decision will have implications for initial cost, operating costs, process efficiency and speed and quality of finish.
Options for booth types include positive or negative pressure, cross-flow booths, on-floor downdraft, semi-downdraft booths for light to medium volumes and full downdraft booths for medium to high production volumes and offering the most efficient and highest quality outcomes.
There is a range of additional design considerations that you might contemplate. For example, disposal of waste and paint residues or overspray, how vehicles will be conveyed, the application of robotics, and the approach to ancillary facilities such as preparation and paint mix rooms.
It is most important to recognize that there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to the design, construction, and commissioning of an industrial spray booth. Delivering the best results requires a sophisticated, bespoke approach built on an understanding of your business requirements and manufacturing processes.
DRYSYS Spray-cure’s spray booth facilities are used extensively in industrial and manufacturing settings. DRYSYS’ turn-key approach means that they can partner with you from project inception, through design, construction, project management, installation, and commissioning. Importantly, they take the time to understand what your business needs, tailoring spray booth solutions for you.