An environmental room allows facilities to better control the climate and contamination during a painting process, if they don’t already have the space in their existing layout. This room is separate from the facility and houses all paint booths, powder booths, and other finishing equipment.
Accudraft has expanded our manufacturing facility to Aiken, South Carolina—only 30 minutes away from Augusta, Georgia. Not only is this expansion an opportunity to scale our manufacturing, but it also allows us to better reach the Georgia market and build relationships with our southeast customers.
When you’re thinking about buying a paint booth, consider EVERYTHING that comes with the price-point of a booth when shopping around.
While it’s best practice to wait until coats are fully cured or at least beyond their drying time, there are a few other factors that could affect the painting process.
While our headquarters remain in New Jersey, our South Carolina location allows for more manufacturing floor space—13 acres with over 75,000 square feet to be exact.
While there are many types of paint booths to consider, it’s important to first think about how it will be installed. When deciding between a pit or non-pit style, a shop must evaluate their building, budget, and goal.
Paint booths are certainly an investment for any shop, so it’s important to know how to protect this expensive equipment.
IRT infrared drying equipment is extremely popular in the finishing industry. However, not many shops are equipped with them.
Shops should have both a maintenance and emergency service plan in place. Maintenance plans help to prevent problems and breakdowns from occurring.
An economy paint booth is affordable, energy-efficient, and code compliant. Read our blog to learn more about economy booths.