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Pivabs down draft spray booth is an advanced coating application system designed to deliver exceptional quality and efficiency. Utilizing a vertical airflow pattern, the booth draws air downwards, effectively capturing overspray and contaminants, which ensures a clean and controlled environment. This method not only enhances the finish quality by minimizing particle interference but also provides a safer workspace by removing hazardous fumes efficiently. Ideal for automotive, industrial, and manufacturing applications, the Pivabs down draft spray booth stands out for its ability to produce consistent, professional-grade results with enhanced precision and cleanliness.

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The Pivabs down draft spray booth is an advanced coating system that employs a vertical airflow design, drawing air from the ceiling down to the floor. This downward airflow efficiently captures overspray and airborne particles, directing them away from the workpiece and into the booth's filtration system. This design significantly reduces the risk of contamination, resulting in a cleaner, smoother finish. The controlled environment minimizes defects such as dust nibs and improves the overall quality of the paint job. Additionally, the efficient removal of hazardous fumes and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) enhances safety for operators. The Pivabs down draft spray booth is particularly beneficial for high-precision applications in the automotive, industrial, and manufacturing sectors, where achieving a flawless, professional-grade finish is crucial. Its ability to maintain a clean working environment not only improves product quality but also increases operational efficiency and safety.



A down draft spray booth is widely used in applications where high-quality finishes and contaminant-free environments are critical. In the automotive industry, it is essential for painting cars, trucks, and other vehicles, ensuring a smooth, defect-free surface. Industrial applications benefit from its use in coating machinery, equipment, and fabricated metal parts, where precision and durability are paramount. The booth is also ideal for aerospace, where aircraft components require meticulous finishing, and in the manufacturing of consumer goods like furniture and appliances, where aesthetic appeal and product longevity are important. The controlled airflow and efficient filtration of a down draft spray booth make it indispensable in any setting that demands superior coating quality and operational safety.




Middle Dry


In the Pivabs down draft spray booth, each function—Spray, Middle Dry, and Dry—plays a crucial role in the coating application process. 

The Spray function is the initial stage where the coating material is applied to the surface. During this phase, the booth's ventilation system operates to maintain a consistent airflow pattern, ensuring that overspray is efficiently removed from the workspace. This helps in achieving an even application of the coating while minimizing the risk of contamination.

Following the spray application, the Middle Dry function facilitates the drying process. This mode typically operates at a lower temperature for shorter durations, which is particularly advantageous for drying base coats. By controlling airflow, temperature, and humidity, the middle dry function accelerates the curing of the coating, reducing drying times while maintaining high-quality results.

Finally, the Dry Function is responsible for the final curing of the coating. This mode provides optimal environmental conditions, including precise temperature and humidity control, to ensure thorough and uniform drying. By regulating these parameters, the dry function helps to prevent defects such as blistering or uneven surfaces, resulting in a durable and aesthetically pleasing finish.

Overall, the combination of these functions in the Pivabs down draft spray booth enables efficient and high-quality coating application, making it suitable for various industries such as automotive, industrial, and manufacturing where consistency and finish quality are paramount.



This section provides essential information for understanding the functionality and capabilities of the booth, catering to both operators and technical personnel involved in its maintenance and operation. It covers aspects such as the booth's dimensions, airflow patterns, filtration systems, control mechanisms, and environmental controls. Additionally, it includes information on power requirements, ventilation rates, material compatibility, and safety features. This technical information aims to ensure a thorough understanding of the down draft spray booth's design and operation, facilitating its effective use and maintenance within various industrial and manufacturing environments. Please note, that the following information may change depending on the customers requirments.

Air Speed
Starting at 0.2 m/s
Ventilation Unit
Starting at 12,000 m3/h
Air Direction
Electric, Gas, Water (depending on location)
Drying Temperature
Any temperature required
1 unit
Frequency Converters
1 unit
Solenoid Valve and Flow Switch
Supply and Exhaust Dampers
Electric dampers
Internal Measurements
Integrated ATEX-Classified LED Armatures
Heat Recycling
Electrical Cabinets - General
Additional Entry Doors
Heat Exchanger (Depending on location)
Vertical Sliding gate
Folding Gates
Lifting Table
Rails and Trolley System
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