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KOCH high efficiency SPRAY BOOTHS have evolved through years of design, testing and customer use. They provide a clean, quiet environment for paint application. The KOCH patented eliminator exceeds automotive industry standards.
KOCH offers three design options to meet your needs:
Water Wash Spray Booth at Floor Level
To minimize conveyor elevation changes and decrease equipment height, KOCH's water wash booth can be installed at floor level. We place the booth tank with a pit, which allows the operator to work at the factory floor level.
Recirculating Air System
Capital and operating costs associated with air make-up and abatement are substantially reduced by minimizing exhaust air volume. The patented design shown recirculates process air through the booth. LEL monitors the air stream to ensure safe operating conditions.
Totally Enclosed Spray Booth
For a cleaner, more controlled environment, we can totally enclose the side-draft spray booth with the addition of a supply plenum. Supply air is fed by a direct-coupled air make-up unit or by booth supply fans utilizing building air. Air is evenly distributed and filtered.
Designed To Your Requirements
We offer a variety of spray booths engineered to your specific requirements. Do you need an elevated system? A dry filter or water wash side draft system? Are space limitations critical? Is it important to minimize exhaust air volume? What automation level is required?
Our skilled engineers will work with you to achieve conformance to your exact emission and operating specifications. Our advanced computer-aided design (CAD) systems streamline the design process and maximize your ability to control and modify the end product.
No other spray booth system manufacturer can provide the design freedom, flexibility and fast response of KOCH.
Paint sludge separation systems save users thousands of dollars in waste disposal expense. KOCH developed the High-Efficiency Spray Booth with multiple options for sludge separation: skimming devices, settling systems, centrifugal separators and more. The method you choose depends on the type and volume of paint used, type of coagulant, space limitations, and other factors. Recirculated water returns by gravity to a common, remotely located retention pit. A hydrocyclone separator pump separates the detackified paint particles and deposits the removed sludge in a bag filter for disposal.
Regardless of whether your needs are for complex manufacturing operations or simpler maintenance and lab applications, allow a trained KOCH representative help provide the best solution to your needs.