Powder booth
  • Powder painting booth with multi-cyclone overspray powder recycling unit and auto reciprocator

  • Complete stainless steel powder booth for industrial powder coating line

  • Manual powder booth wuth twin cyclon overspray powder recycling unit

  • Powder painting room with overhead conveyor

  • Powder spraying room with assistance stand

  • Stainless steel powder booth with auto gun mover

  • Stainless steel powder room with conveyorized system

  • Powder sptay booth for manual powder coating line

  • Stainless steel powder spray booth

  • Top channel for workpiece passage

  • PE spray booth features quick color change

  • Manual powder booth for new investor with small budget

  • Opening for manual spray gun

  • PE powder booth for fast color change

  • End view of powder sptay room

  • Basic frame of powder painting booth

  • End view of powder application booth

  • Assistance floor stand for worker manually spray on long workpieces

  • Inner gun arrangment for large powder painting room

  • Inner view of powder painting room

  • Inner stucture of metal powder spray booth

  • Auto spry guns working on the conveying aluminium profiles

  • Auto and manual spray guns working (inner of powder booth)

  • Powder coated objects coming out from spray booth

  • Stainless steel manual powder painting room

  • Cleaning of plastical powder for quick color change

  • Reciprocator for auto powder spray gun (gun mover)

Top view of powder spray booth
1.Control cabinet
2. Powder feed center
3. Automatic application zone (1 slot on right-hand side and 2 on left-hand side)
4. Manual stations for pre-powdering and repowdering
5. Extraction cyclone (overspray powder recycling)

Recovery and conveyorized system for powder booth
A powder booth is an enclosure that is designed to contain the powder application process.
A recovery system is attached to the powder booth shell. The recovery system uses a fan to pull air into the booth and prevent the oversprayed powder from migrating out of the enclosure. The simplest powder booths are designed for a single operator to manually apply powder to a stationary product. Other booths are designed so that parts can be conveyed through the enclosure.
Conveyorized systems may be designed for manual application from two sides, automatic application, or a combination of both, depending on the system requirements. The particular style, size and number of powder booths needed is related to the product size, the available space, the amount of capital and the volume of product to be coated.

Material of booth wall
Powder booth shells are occasionally made of painted steel but more often they are made of stainless steel, polypropylene, polycarbonate or other clear plastic, and a few are made of glass or polyethylene sheet.
Painted steel is adequate but there is some risk that the paint will chip off and contaminate the oversprayed powder in the reclaim system.
Stainless steel makes a very durable booth shell with a smooth surface for ease of cleaning.
Plastic walled booths offer an easy to clean surface and the walls can allow some light to penetrate into the spray area and help illuminate the process. A nonconductive plastic walled booth will collect less charged powder on the walls. This means that they can be easier to clean. It also means that they do not attract as much powder that might otherwise be attracted to the part, so the yprovide a modest improvement in transfer efficiency.