Typically a standard drying room would be installed where a product, post powder coat bake or paint spray, needs time to cure in a clean and self-contained temperature controlled or ventilated space. These rooms are generally located and attached directly to the spraying area, to minimise manual handling and increase efficiency. As standard, an unheated room simply draws filtered air from your workshop, with the air passing over the painted product to drive out moisture. Built in extraction is correctly sized for the proportions of the room, removing humid air and reducing drying times. This process can also be accelerated by fitting a heated air replacement unit, typically capable of operating temperatures of between 40 and 80 degrees celsius. Over this temperature, we generally recommend an oven.
Spray bake rooms are single, multi-purpose rooms that are used for the preparation, masking, spraying and baking of the product. Though commonly used in the automotive sector, they are also very useful where space is a premium, for the more low volume customer. Once the item or product is painted, the operator leaves the spray room and switches the room in to bake mode, which adds temperature and ventilation to the room for curing. After a pre-set time the room then automatically cools itself and the operator can return to the room to continue with the next step, whether that be the next coat or removal and starting with the next item. As standard, our spray bake rooms function well at any temperature up to 80 degrees celsius, fully adjustable by a digital temperature control and meeting all health and safety standards.