Powder Coating

Whether you manufacture powder paint, operate a large automated booth or even a small spray to waste booth, you want to be using the industry leader in powder paint remediation. Spraying powder paint has several advantages that enhance the finish, quality, and longevity of a wide range of products. The disadvantage of spraying powder is finding the proper equipment to capture the fine material. Recovering powder paint introduces the threat of environmental damages as well as dangerous health issues when inhaled.

Choosing a vacuum that is environmentally friendly, and safeguards your workforce is a very important responsibility. When looking for a vacuum for powder coating, you should look for manufacturers of top-quality, long lasting portable and central industrial vacuums that are ideal for picking up powder paint. Filtration is what separates a good vacuum from the rest. By picking the correct powder coating vacuum for your unique project, you will never see material discharged into the air stream – you will send only clean air back to the environment.

People in our industry realize that conventional shop vacuums fail quickly due to lack of filtration and motor quality. Some vacuums even produce a static shock that could injure the operator. By selecting a powder coating vacuum that is appropriate for you specific task, you get the benefit of a superior filtration system that contains all of the dust within the vacuum. Also, you should always look for vacuum systems that are completely grounded, eliminating the risk of static charge.

Look for an industrial vacuums that powder paint cannot burn out. By selecting the right vacuum for powder coating, you increase your productivity; create a healthier work environment- all while saving you money. It’s that simple. If you have any questions or comments regarding the selection of a Powder Coating Vacuum, we’d be happy to help or hear from you. Let us know by sounding off in the comments section below.