A spray booth large enough to handle furniture would consist of a back wall,
side walls and top. The walls are water proof so that a spray of water is
continuously spraying, making a curtain of water on the back and side walls.
There is a trough and drain at the bottom so that the water can be disposed of.
But I don't think you are going to be happy with this in the basement of
your house. The booth will get rid of the over spray if it is built efficiently
but there will still be considerable fumes to get into your home heating and
airconditioning system. If you can swing it, I would recomment that you put the
booth in an outdside house like one of those portable utility buildings you see
on lots here and there. My wife would kill me if I put one in our basement. But
maybe you have this worked out.
I've never seen a water system as described in another response. That
would be interesting. We build systems that are filtered air systems.
There would still be the problem with the hazardous fumes and the smell
that would permeate your house and your neighborhood.
The waterfall filter is an old industrial type that is not being used as
much with the modernation of micron filters.
These filters water and micron do not take away the fumes they trap the
The water units were generally used in mass production facilitie's and were
wired to the compressor
If you spray booth was not on then neither was you compressor, and that is
the legal way they are wired in any industrial plants.And to the best of my
knowledge in most states.
There are small spray booths for smaller shops they even have what they call
Bench top spray booths
In all spray booths there is a long grocery list as to hazard that they
actually create that have to be monitered and there is another long grocery
list as to the regulations in any given area as to how they are to be set-up
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