We monitor and adjust air CFM volume and velocities, down draft volume, humidity, and filter and fan operations. As out-of-specification conditions or trending conditions occur we adjust control parameters to maintain an air balanced environment.
Our paint booth air balancing services help:
In many cases, the #1 culprit in paint finishing problems is poor airflow management.
Improper airflow can have many detrimental effects. It is typically easy to spot in a paint booth by looking at the overspray patterns on the booth’s ceiling and walls, or from the outside of the booth by checking for overspray within the vestibules. Improper airflow can add unnecessary costs, reduce paint finish quality and create a safety issue.
We measure and monitor the pressure differential before and after each filter to predict filter life. Over time, this helps determine the sequence of filter replacement needed to keep the paint system running most efficiently.
Consistently maintaining balanced paint booth airflow can pay for itself many times over by boosting first pass yield, controlling booth emissions, increasing production productivity and cutting operational costs.