New Repair Technology
Panda Spray Booths are engineered and designed by the worlds largest paint booth manufacturer's, they provide ovens for the aeronautical down to the motor cycle industry. They are innovative in design incorporating the latest technologies available.
Australia & New Zealand ovens are designed to meet our electrical specs and design standards.
They also have computerized spray and curing control systems integrated with safety procedures. If any fault occurs it is diagnosed by the factory and remedied immediately or a new part is dispatched.
Inside of the Bake Oven
This is a photo of the inside of the Panda bake booth. The ceiling filter can be seen and the filter material will not let any particles through that can be seen by the naked eye.
The car sits on the grating and under this can be a water bath or a dry filter material which catches any loose particles that are forced to the floor.
This booth has 60 florescent tubes giving of a very good light making a shadow free enviroment.
Spray Booths operate on a downdraft system which basically allows fresh heated air to be fed through a filter in the ceiling, (as can be seen in the diagram on left) then passing through the work area around the contour of the car and leaving the booth through an air channel in the floor and then ducted out through the roof.
This allows the painter to breath freshly inducted filtered air through an air hose and into a face mask while painting.
Direction Of Air Flow
The air flow passing over the car and out through the floor eliminates overspray helping to keep the vehicle free of unwanted particles, in fact if you stand beside the painter while spraying and out from the car a meter it is relatively fresh air. The cabin is preasurised at all times and this stops any particles form entering the booth.
The spraying and curing control systems are fully computerised and integrated with safety procedures. It has a 3 stage automated heating control system, fully programmable PLC units – Faults indication and pre and after purging cycles – Heat exchanger cooling cycles.
Exhaust and intake systems are integrated into one unit it also has matched intake and exhaust fans which provide balance to the air system.
Main flow zone concentrates airflow in the spray booth in a protective curtain around the car. Main flow zone effectively removes overspray.