Edward Kiggins: i had no trouble either,but i heard some bad story's so rather be safe then sorry...lol
Edward Kiggins: i made a few change's,turned the fans around and got a industrial belt driven fan and put it on the other side of the big box and put some 14" duct piping to tunnel the fumes out ad away from the booth,so to sum up the function,2 big fans to force in fresh air and 1 large belt driven fan to suck it out,and it tripled the vacuum, i will post up a video of the up grade
SGT74D: awesome flames, great work, keep it up!
SweetLou0523: Lol wsbt eh? Northern Indiana ftw!
Edward Kiggins: @teagardenm i got mine at royal king or minards.
Matthew Teagarden: I like what you did here. I just did the same sort of thing, but my booth is a little less permanent. I only set it up to paint my truck then I am planning on taking it down. I just need more exhaust power like yours. Since its only set up for a week, I might just purchase some box fans to allows more of a draft, I can't get my hands on industrial fans of I would use those like you did. Nice work!
gtogus712: When I was younger I painted with fans in the door blowing out like that or exhaust roof fan blowing out for many many years never ever had a problem with fire .You have to be doing something really stupid to have a problem..I am an auto painter and we just cant bring all our side jobs to work most shops dont allow it.Good job.
Lov2tinker: Ain't the fans drawing the paint vapor right into them self.... IGNITION SORCE! At least turn the flow around and let the fans draw fresh, filtered air from outside and blow the vapor out the window openings. Just reverse your system. Might save ya from a few 3rd degree burns.