A high school automotive program was ready to upgrade their outdated paint booth. The existing booth could only hold one vehicle at a time, limiting the training through put that was possible for the students.
Gulftech worked with the program director to design a paint prep booth with sliding curtains that maximized use of the space. By adding a curtain divider, the program could work on 2 vehicles at a time, or multiple paint workstations. Rohner Spray Booths provided the paint prep booth and controls. The control panel included a safety feature that the compressed air could not be used in the booth unless the fan was turned on. This project was a turnkey system, requiring mechanical and structural engineering, fire suppression and startup.