Spray Booths

If you’re looking for a spray paint booth, there are many options available to suit your specific needs. Whether you’re in the market for an open face paint booth or a large equipment paint booth, there’s a model out there for you. We are happy to help. Call us (905) 671-8080)

Types include the following:

  • Open Face Spray Booths
  • Enclosed Spray Booths
  • Custom Spray Booths
  • Down-Draft Spray Booths
  • Semi-Downdraft Spray Booths
Exploring Your Options

One popular option is the open face spray booth, which includes a ceiling, two sidewalls, and a rear exhaust plenum. These types of booths are commonly used in woodwork and furniture finishing, as well as in the automotive industry for both manufacturing and repair centers.

For environments that require a clean finish, pressurized booths are a great choice. These enclosed booths exhaust air outdoors at the same volume at which it draws in air. An air makeup system or heater can be used in colder environments to aid temperature control and air purity. Pressurized booths are often used in the automotive and electronics industries.

Paint Booth Configurations

Both pressurized and non-pressurized spray booths come in a variety of airflow configurations, each with its own pros and cons. Click to Read More

Cross flow booths: Airflow moves from front to back and side to side.

Downdraft booths: Airflow moves from the ceiling to the floor. You find varying styles within this type, though the “pit” style is most common. It uses an excavated pit and tunnel as part of the exhaust system.

Semi-downdraft booths: Airflow typically moves from the ceiling to the rear of the booth.

Side downdraft booths: Airflow typically moves from the ceiling to exhaust filters in both sidewalls.
Non-pressurized booths draw air from, and expel it into, the building via a series of filters. In some cases, a heated air makeup unit may be necessary. Non-pressurized booths are used in many industries, including auto manufacturing and refinishing, metalwork, and fiberglass.


Understanding Airflow Configurations
Spray paint booths also come in a variety of airflow configurations. Cross flow booths have airflow that moves from front to back and side to side, while downdraft booths have airflow that moves from the ceiling to the floor. Semi-downdraft booths typically have airflow that moves from the ceiling to the
rear of the booth, and side downdraft booths have airflow that moves from the ceiling to exhaust filters in both sidewalls.

Choosing the Right Spray Booth
Each booth type has its own ideal applications, depending on the airflow and shop’s needs. When finish quality is important, downdraft and side downdraft are the most popular options. When price is of greater concern, cross draft and semi-downdraft become more popular. The cross draft model is also popular when space is at a premium.

Whether you’re in the market for an industrial spray booth, a paint mixing booth, or an automotive paint booth, there’s a spray paint booth out there for you. Make sure to consider your specific needs and the different configurations available to find the best fit for your operation.

In addition to offering a range of quality spray booths that meet national and local codes, Nova Finishing Products is proud to provide service to Ontario. No matter where you are located in the province, we are committed to providing you with the best possible solutions to meet your spray booth needs. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services in Ontario.

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