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Wed Jun 26 2019

Automaster Seetal Eurocabin Space Saver Combination Spray Booth and Low Bake Oven

By Masterfield Industrial Equipment
  • Automaster Seetal Eurocabin Space Saver
  • Automaster Seetal Eurocabin Space Saver 2

The AUTOMASTER SEETAL SPACE SAVER is fully down draught pressurised car Spray Booth Oven with:

a) Heated temperature controlled fresh air during the spray painting cycle, and
b) Direct fired heated air during the bake cycle

The standard model is provided with concertina vehicle access doors, incorporating a personal access door built into one wing of concertina door arrangement and four laminated viewing windows. Extra escape door with viewing window is provided and fitted at suitable location.

The AUTOMASTER SEETAL SPACE SAVER is designed to be constructed on a fully in ground water wash water curtain floor or on a dry exhaust filter system.

Assembled to a factory tested unit for easy assembly or relocation if necessary.

Seetal Space Saver Spray Booth Ovens are manufactured to comply with all relevant regulations, local and national.

Electrical: AS 3000 & AS1825.
Gas Code: AG 501-601.
Latest addition of: AS NZ 4114

In the “spray” position, the fresh air is brought in from outside through a duct system into the heat chamber, for warming up (if necessary) to approx 22°C – 25°C. It will then be delivered via a centrifugal fan, to a plenum chamber over the top of the booth section. From there the supply air is passed down through a set of filters in the ceiling to the working area (down draught system).

The air passes the operator vertically and leaves the spray booth through an opening under the vehicle being spray painted.

Exhaust filter system will clear the passing air from airborne paint particles.

The “non-sparking” tube axial fan pushes the cleaned air through the duct system out into the open outside of the building.

The booth airflow and heating in spray or bake if a patent once through the system and is suitable for all types of automotive painting including Water Based Undercoats and Paints.

After the completion of the spray painting job, the operator sets the baking temperature and time then presses the “bake” button.

The control system of the Spray Booth will now automatically change the air flow to bake mode and the direct fired high low modulating unit will take air up to the required temperature (Max 80°C) within approximately 1 ½ minutes.

After the preset time for baking has elapsed, automatically the air flow is once again switched the same way as in “spray” position, and with the heater switched off, the whole plant is cooled down to a set cooling temperature.