The Todd Engineering Spartan 2000 spray booth

The Todd Engineering Spartan 2000 spray booth

A highlight of our Reclamet Repair and Refinish body shop is the Todd Engineering Spartan 2000 spray booth. 

Spray booths are essential for painting and refinishing vehicles, parts, or products. The Todd Engineering Spartan 2000 provides a controlled environment for applying paint or coatings, ensuring a high-quality finish while addressing safety and environmental concerns.

Here are some key features and components typically associated with the Todd Engineering Spartan 2000 spray booth:

Spray Booth Structure: The Spartan 2000 spray booth consists of a steel or galvanized steel structure with insulated panels. These panels help maintain a stable and controlled temperature inside the booth.

Exhaust System: The booth is equipped with a ventilation and exhaust system to remove overspray, fumes, and airborne contaminants from the painting process. It helps maintain a clean and safe working environment.

Lighting: Adequate lighting is essential for proper paint application. The Spartan 2000 has high-intensity lighting fixtures that provide consistent and even illumination within the booth.

Filtration: The spray booth includes filtration systems to capture and remove paint particles and contaminants from the air, preventing them from being released into the atmosphere.

Airflow Control: The Spartan 2000 has a control panel to adjust the airflow and maintain the correct air pressure balance inside the booth. This ensures the paint application is uniform and the booth retains its integrity.

Heat System: Our Spartan 2000 has a heating system to control the temperature inside the booth, which is essential for proper drying and curing of the paint or coatings.

Control Panel: The control panel allows operators to manage various aspects of the spray booth, including temperature, airflow, and lighting.

Compliance: The Todd Engineering Spartan 2000 spray booth is designed to meet industry and environmental standards, ensuring that the painting process complies with air quality and emissions regulations.

Specific features and configurations of spray booths can vary depending on the model and the manufacturer’s specifications. When using a spray booth like the Todd Engineering Spartan 2000, we follow safety protocols, wear appropriate protective gear, and adhere to local environmental regulations to ensure the safe and compliant use of the equipment.