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What are spray booths?

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Spray booths, sometimes referred to as paint booths, are pressure-controlled enclosures used to spray paint objects, most often automobiles. These structures use pressurized paint guns and compressed air and tubing while limiting the movement of paint, vapor, and residue with an exhaust system and a filtration process.

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Spray booths operate with groups of ventilation, motors and burners to guarantee the best states of temperature, humidity and air exchange. Often made from 14- to 16-gauge steel, spray booths ensure safety by preventing the escape of combustible chemicals into the atmosphere, and typically come in a 10-foot by 8-foot by 6-foot size.

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