The 60" Wide Ductless Spray Booth is a highly efficient engineering control for a variety of applications that emit hazardous overspray particulate and fumes. This system is designed to help protect the operator's respiratory zone during processes such as aerosol spraying, spray painting, touch-up painting, air brushing, epoxy overspray, conformal coating fumes, and a variety of other operations that produce unwanted or hazardous overspray.
This spacious 60" wide negative-pressure enclosure is equipped with a powerful fan and triple-stage filtration system consisting of a unique internal spray filter, HEPA Filter [up to 99.97% efficient on particles 0.3 microns and larger], and Activated Carbon Filter. This combination of filter media is capable of removing the fine respirable particles in addition to the chemical fumes found in the sprays.
Ductless spray hoods can be very useful for indoor operations where it is difficult or not possible to vent outside because of the building's structure or in an environment where external venting is prohibited by government or state regulations. The high-quality filtration media used in this system allows for a recirculating air pattern, so external ducting is not required. The 60" Ductless Spray Booth offers sturdy construction, energy-efficiency, and low maintenance operation. A transparent version and other custom options are available.
Meets OSHA Requirements: 1910.107(b)(5)(i)
Standard 1910.107(b) is the OSHA standard for spray booths under the main standard “Spray finishing using flammable and combustible materials.” A spray booth is defined in this section as ”a power-ventilated structure provided to enclose or accommodate a spraying operation to confine and limit the escape of spray, vapor, and residue, and to safely conduct or direct them to an exhaust system.” As a manufacturer of spray booths Sentry Air seeks to comply with and abide all national regulations and standards. As no such regulations exist for ductless spray systems, Sentry Air products conform to those standards that could apply to ductless systems and exhausted systems alike, such as standard 1910.107(b)(5)i.
All specifications are nominal and subject to change without notice. Not intended for explosive or highly flammable applications. (i.e. when the Lower Flammability Limit is exceeded for any given chemical). Please consult the specific MSDS for questions regarding flammability limits.