Paint Booths

Perfecting each paint coat and polishing the process

In commercial paint booths, the wrong temperature or humidity prevents paint from laying down smoothly. Seizing control of the paint booth environment is critical for consistent, quality results. In order to create and control ideal paint booth conditions, this is what humidity must achieve.

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The Humidification Challenge

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The Dual Challenge of Humidity and Temperature

Paint booths face the dual challenge of temperature and moisture control. If temperature was the main concern, managers might accept the condensation and wetting that these temperature fluctuations create.

If moisture was the limiting factor, the high temperatures produced by machinery and location would not be a big deal. Both temperature and moisture, however, are paramount for paint outcomes and productivity, and getting both right is not easy.

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How Low Humidity Harms Paint, Equipment, and People

Paint booths trend toward hot temperatures, which are not only uncomfortable for workers, but costly and dangerous. Factory machinery consistently produces heat, and overheated machinery leads to expensive breakdowns and threatens workers with heat exhaustion.

Furthermore, heat impacts drying times, paint viscosity, brush marks, and even color, ruining work and elongating the time that workers must endure discomfort.

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How Excess Humidity Harms Paint, Equipment, and People

On the other hand, too much humidity fills paint booths with a different set of problems. Water can pool and damage materials, cause paint to sag, adhere improperly, stain, and more.

Slipping hazards also create unsafe working environments. As a result, many managers mistakenly avoid industrial humidifiers altogether.

The Self-Evaporative Solution

Stabilizes and Cools

Self-evaporative humidification creates water droplets that evaporate quickly and evenly, cooling paint booths without the problems associated with excess moisture.

In fact, self-evaporation uses double evaporative cooling mechanisms that cools both air and water for highly efficient temperature control.


Santitizes Spaces

Aside from cooling and, of course, reducing the risks and energy-costs of hot temperatures, self-evaporative humidification promotes cleaner, safer, and more seamless workplaces.

Self-evaporative droplets naturally repel one another so that condensation doesn’t damage materials. Total evaporation prevents puddles that cause slips, and non-fluctuating environments let every paint coat dry to perfection.

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Empowering Paint Booths

Paint booths use self-evaporative humidification to avoid the risks of unbalanced humidity and temperature. In environments characterized by precision, cleanliness, and comfort, flawless paint jobs are finished.