Ready to learn more about our products and services at Accudraft?
We’ve curated a list of common FAQs about Paint Booths to help get you started.
Keep in mind that we offer a lot of different designs and systems that carry a lot of options, so it is always best to contact us directly with any specific product questions. Nevertheless, we believe you will find this FAQ page to answer most of the questions you may have. If you have more questions though or you need a more detailed answer to your question, please feel free to contact us.
There are tons of online retailers, there are used booths on sites like craigslist, there are catalogue booths that get drop shipped to your door. [Learn More]
A paint booth delivers air in one area of the space and exhausts it from another area of the space. [Learn More]
A paint booth should move enough CFM to both produce good paint jobs and meet OSHA requirements of 80-100 feet per minute. [Learn More]
Yes you do. [Learn More]
Yes. Almost any paint booth can have heat added to it. [Learn More]
The best paint booth is….. IT DEPENDS. [Learn More]
Here’s the general breakdown and it includes a middle system called a limited finishing station. [Learn More]
Single skin or single wall paint booths are generally made of walls and panels that are one singular sheet of steel. [Learn More]
One more time.. IT DEPENDS. [Learn More]
Just like the electric, IT DEPENDS. [Learn More]
This depends on your paint booth’s heating power. [Learn More]
Not necessarily. Some of the better brands out there tend to include heat recycle or recirculation in their standard offerings. [Learn More]
Long story short, yes you need to provide ductwork for your paint booth. [Learn More]
It’s always a good thing to get a turn-key paint booth installation estimate. [Learn More]
The more performance you have in a paint booth, the more energy it will use to get the job done. [Learn More]
Yes. [Learn More]
Great question and IT DEPENDS. [Learn More]
If painting in your facility or shop is a regular occurrence or standard production, yes you should have a paint mix room at the very least. [Learn More]
If a question of yours wasn’t answered here, then please contact us and we’ll be happy to provide information on whatever you need.