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Paint Booth Filters

Fiberglass Paint Booth Filters (exhaust) are offered in a variety of sizes, gram weights, colors, and efficiency levels. General-purpose fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) tend to be be in the gram weight range per square foot of 9-16 grams. High efficiency fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) tend to be above 16 grams per square foot. Weave patterns are also important things to consider when choosing a fiberglass paint booth filter (exhaust). Fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) typically have progressive density weave patterns. Some fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) can have “open-faced” weave patterns. Open-faced fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) tend to perform better with heavier quick drying paints/finishes.


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 Fiberglass Paint Booth Filters (exhaust) usually come in rolls and cut pads. Standard cut pad sizes of fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) are usually 20”x20” & 20”x25”. Fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) are typically available in roll widths between 20”-84”. Fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) are durable and have memory – they compress well and still hold their shape after being stored in a smaller box. Fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) rival the performance of other types of paint booth filters (exhaust) in the marketplace. FAQ’s regarding fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust):


1.) How do I stop more paint from going out the exhaust stacks in my paint booth?

Answer: Use high efficiency fiberglass paint booth filters.

2.) I want a filter that will take up less space in my facility (storage wise), but not compromise performance and stopping power – what filter material do I use?

Answer: Fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) are great for achieving this - they are compression packed, easily stored, and take up less space than conventional paper, paper/polyester, and polyester paint booth filters (exhaust).

3.) How do I increase the life of my fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) without compromising performance?

Answer: Consider the weave pattern and filter construction based on what type of paint/finish you are spraying in the paint booth. For example: typically, open-faced fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) offer longer filter life when used with heavier quick drying paints and finishes.

4.) How can I maintain a paint booth that is efficient and always performing well?

Answer: Use the proper fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) for the types of paints & finishes you are spraying. Also, use paint booth filters (intake panel air filters - if applicable), paint booth flame retardant floor covering and strippable & washable booth coating.

5.) Why does my paint booth seem like it is not working properly?

Answer: Most likely, you have fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) that need changing. You may also have a buildup of paint/finish particulate stuck in your paint booth’s stack & on the fan - which sucks air out of the paint booth.

6.) If I use fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust), how will they help my finish?

Answer: Fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust) are designed to reduce overspray inside of the paint booth and help regulate airflow. By using fiberglass paint booth filters (exhaust), you can drastically increase the efficiency of your paint booth.

7.) Why should I use fiberglass paint booth filters?

Answer: Fiberglass paint booth filters offer great value and performance.

8.) Are fiberglass paint booth filters really that important?

Answer: Yes, fiberglass paint booth filters are designed to increase airflow and stop paint – they are a great filter type to use in your paint booth.

9.) How will my fiberglass paint booth filter order ship?

Answer: Fiberglass paint booth filters typically ship via UPS from Spray America’s warehouse. Shipping is included in the price of the fiberglass paint booth filter order.

10.) How can I increase the airflow in my paint booth?

Answer: Fiberglass paint booth filters that are changed on a regular basis and properly maintained would help increase & keep optimal air flow in your paint booth.





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SprayAmerica.com Phone: 866.691.9431 Website: www.sprayamerica.com E-mail: info@sprayamerica.com

 
 
 

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