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Minimal tools required
for a D.I.Y installation
that fits any booth
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Produce cleaner
results by decreasing
flash times and bake
cycles with warm
filtered air
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Increase productivity
by lowering cycle times
and spending less on
energy costs

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Different configurations
and modes of
operation are available
to meet your needs

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Low Operational Cost + Increased Productivity = SAVINGS!

Achieve more by reducing the flash time of waterborne and solvent paint in and out of the booth.

Online Presentation

This is an in depth look at the entire line of Rapid Air Drying solutions and explains all of the benefits gained by using them.

This presentation includes images of real installations and video clips of Rapid Air in action, along with some examples of how quickly you could earn your return on investment.

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What is Rapid Air?

Rapid Air Drying Systems are auxiliary air movement solutions engineered to effectively accelerate flash times of waterborne and solvent paints. Rapid Air has also proven to drastically reduce bake cycle times, which leads to substantial energy cost savings.

Watch how you can start experiencing these great benefits.

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Vortex Circulation

The key to the success of the Rapid Air Drying System is the effective use of auxiliary air movement.

This video demonstrates the benefits of Vortex circulation, the adjustability and versatility of the system and the lack of impact on the booth floor.

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How It Works

  • The Rapid Air Drying System filters and warms the air from outside the booth, then delivers it inside the booth at a high velocity through a piping system with 2 specialized air dispensers which control the volume and direction of air flow
  • Corner air deflectors redirect the air flow along the front and back of the booth creating a vortex of air around the automobile
  • The vortex increases the air flow across the horizontal surfaces such as the hood, top, and deck lid of the automobile
  • Carts and motor assemblies are located outside the paint booth
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