Throughout Australia companies that work in the aircraft, component and sub-assembly manufacturing industries have relied on TRUFLOW Spray Booths to designed and implement high quality Aviation based spray booths. Working within critical finishing requirements and time frames TRUFLOW’s team is dedicated to providing clients with state of the art combined Heating, Cooling, Spraying and Baking facilities. Each facility is tailor made and it allows for complete environment control and painting conditions to international aviation standards.
Safety & Operator Protection
Aircraft paints are highly toxic, the most critical function of all aviation spray booth systems is to provide an environment that protect the operators against exposure during the painting process. This operator protection is not only the airflow of the booth, it is encompassed into the breathing air apparatus, PPE and the filtration.
Australian Standards Compliance
The Australian Standards for spray booths are regarded as amongst the most stringent in the world; regulated by the 4114.1:2003 Standards, AS60079 Hazardous Zone Standards as well as Gas and Electrical codes the regulatory requirements of each spray booth must be met and certified in each state. TRUFLOW is licenced and certified to work on Type B Appliances applying both electrical and Gas certifications. Your spray booth will be designed to meet all federal and state guidelines emissions. Filtration systems can be designed by TRUFLOW to handle chromium and cadmium, as well as the mitigation and capture of VOC’s.
Heating and Cooling requirements
Environmental temperature, humidity and cooling controls within an aircraft spray booth is pivotal to effective operation. Modern aircraft paints are best applied in a narrow temperature range to ensure correct atomisation and adequate sub strait temperatures. To help maintain the required temperature and humidity in the paint booth temperature and humidity controls are designed into the supply air handling units.