Spray walls and spray booths with dry separation
For lower utilisation times or overspray quantities, spraying systems with dry separation offer a meaningful alternative to water-sprinkled systems. The Rippert modular spraying system type RTS enables individual adaptation to the respective case of need.
The overspray is caught by the exhaust air stream and fed to the filter. The solids are filtered out here, while the cleaned exhaust air is blown out into the open air by the fan.
The entire spray wall and the drip tray are made of galvanised sheet steel. The basic version consists of a wall with a two-fold filter stage. The attached radial fan is equipped with spark protection in the suction nozzle as well as an explosion-proof motor. The first filter stage is formed by a paper filter or a baffle plate filter, consisting of two rows of galvanised sheet metal lamellae arranged one behind the other. A glass fibre fine filter arranged directly behind it represents the second filter stage. The spray wall can additionally be equipped with removable or fixed side and ceiling panels. Each version is also available with floor suction pan, available with an integrated 2-stage filter and grating cover.
In addition, the spray wall can be equipped with various accessories from the Rippert product range, such as explosion-proof lights, energy-saving flaps, turntables, etc. We recommend the installation of a supply air system for the replacement of the exhausted air.
Cleaning / maintenance
The spray wall is designed such that the filter elements can be exchanged with little effort in a very short time. For faster cleaning, baffle plate filters should by sprayed with a release agent (e.g. strippable varnish) before being put into operation.
Underfloor paint mist extraction
With dry separation, consisting of a support structure with attached paper filter, grating cover and a suction duct with air quantity adjustment.