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John Vonasek, PE
Almost every manufacturer and body shop that paints their products has at least one spray booth in their facility, but not much is known about a booths capabilities. This course follows a manufacturer’s in-house engineer asked to take charge of the new booth design and procurement after a fire destroys the old spray both in the plant. He brings in an engineering consultant and an engineer from a spray booth supplier to help him in this rush project. Together they review the legal issues, options to improve the painting operation, the standards and codes that apply, the different types of booths commonly purchased and the many features and options that designers should be aware of. This course will explain the interaction of the different engineers and provide information to help designers provide a spray booth of value to a customer.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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