Exclusive to GFS, the Controlled Airflow Ceiling on GFS Ultra XP1 paint booths maximizes the effectiveness of downdraft airflow and increases the booth’s overall spray zone with a full-width ceiling plenum. The main airflow zone in the Controlled Airflow Ceiling creates a protective envelope of air around the vehicle, while secondary airflow zones protect booth walls from overspray and keep contaminants out of the paint job.
SmartFlash and SmartCure® technology on the standard Logic 4 Control Panel enable users to create up to three SmartFlash and six SmartCure profiles to set up booth cycles to quickly cure coatings. Ultra XP1 Paint Booths also include the integrated AdvanceCure Blade® System, which uses turbulent airflow to cut cure times in half, saving time and energy.
The Ultra XP1 paint booth comes standard with an upgraded version of GFS’ top-of-the-line heat system, the GUL2000 air heater. Features such as exhaust-mounted VFD, direct-drive exhaust motor and direct-fired aluminum burner make this heat unit highly efficient.
Standard on all Ultra XP1 automotive paint booths, the LOGIC 4 control panel is the most advanced and user-programmable spray booth control system on the market today. With a 10-inch color touch screen interface, this top-of-the-line control panel allows you complete control over the booth and the ability to easily switch from waterborne and solvent base.
Shops can save up to 60 percent in electricity and 75 percent in fuel costs with economy mode, which automatically ramps the booth down and runs on idle when the booth is not in use. Providing further energy savings, SmartFlash on the Logic 4 control panel allows up to 90 percent of the air to be recirculated during flash mode.
One of GFS’ greatest strengths is our ability to provide our customers with highly specialized products. The following pre-engineered options can be added to GFS Ultra XP1 Paint Booths:
GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry. Call Us
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