The overpressure painting process is carried out in typical metal sheet paint booths. There, fans are in charge of making the mechanical air supply that will normally be filtered in a plenum box, to push the paint particles down. In this way, the unbonded paint particles are collected in a collector and the air, once again filtered, comes out naturally through a duct.
ASPIRATION OF PARTICLES
Medium pressure fans can also be used in paint booths to recover paint particles that have not been adhered to the product, to return them to the hopper and to be used in the next painting.
DESTRATIFICATION AND RECIRCULATION OF HOT GASES
In the case of electrostatic painting booths, where the product passes through a drying oven after being painted, it is necessary to destratify the air to make it possible to homogenize the oven temperature. This is done by fans such as CLIBOS and CLIBOS-TR, which recirculate hot gases up to 250ºC (CLIBOS) or 350ºC (CLIBOS-TR).
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