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Hi All,

Was hoping you could help me. I'm currently in the process of designing a portable spray booth but wanted to get an idea of how much people would be willing to pay for it.

The system unfolds from its packaged state with Velcro carrying straps and is simply assembled using slotted extrusion and 3mm Correx. The design can be modified for your own personal requirement both in working area and height. The maximum booth size being 0.9m(H) x 0.6m(D) x 1.35m(W). The design included its own lighting and air extraction system with synthetic and carbon filters to extract paint particles and odours from the immediate environment. The system also has a temperature and humidity sensor in-built to help users produce the correct painting environment.

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 Post subject: Re: Spray Paint Studio
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There are various items on the market already, this would be aimed at the hobbies/diy market ? as pro's need to have something that meets H&S and environmental regs

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Portable-Spray ... B003IJWYFO you can get these from china for under £30

or the other end of the market

https://www.mobileenvironmentalsolution ... int-booth/


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I don't think many decorators would need such an item.


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The thing is more likely to appeal to people who make or restore some product and need to spray it. If a decorator was to be in some serious spraying then they would have a unit somewhere and take there what needs to be sprayed. It is not just the spraying but is also what do you do with the things you have just sprayed ... clean space to let them dry etc.


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I have the type in the amazon link but with the extended hood I use fish pond filter a primary filter and a carbon filter on the back - I always use a respirator as well

If its a larger item I take to a painter locally - its a cost vs time thing tbh and its done right first time if not its prepped and re finished on the rare occasion it not quite right


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Could it be used for Punch and Judy?

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foil line the inside, Add some lights and a zip up front, then you have a portable Grow room in a bag, Your sell 1000's of them :wink: :roll: To ..................... amateur indoor gardeners


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foil line the inside, Add some lights and a zip up front, then you have a portable Grow room in a bag, Your sell 1000's of them :wink: :roll: To ..................... amateur indoor gardeners

The plumbing and bathroom forum will advice on ventilation.


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A bit off topic I once saw a catalogue for perhaps the worlds biggest spray booth, it was a quarter of a mile long :shock: basically a knackered shipping container "40ft" went in at one end and a repaired and repainted one came out at the other, it was all automated worked by computers, robots and lasers, cant remember its cost, but a nice bit of kit.


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