Reduced airflow when loading / unloading and sanding idle
Save Up To 65% On Energy Costs Using Variable Speed Drives
A substantial increase in energy costs has forced Bodyshops to look closely at whole life operating costs. Spraybooth energy costs can vary from a massive £15 per job to as little £2 per job, all depending on the type of air handling plant installed. Junair have developed an energy efficient air handling plant that will deliver the lowest possible energy cost per job on a like for like basis.
The use of variable speed drives on spraybooth fan motors is nothing new, however Junair have developed a unique system that varies the airflow volume to suit the process. The system is fully automatic, requiring no operator selection so the energy savings are guaranteed. Reducing the airflow through the cabin means lower fuel and electricity costs. You don’t need 100% airflow when the booth is standing idle for instance or when vehicles are being loaded and unloaded.
Load, unload, cleaning, idle = Low airflow, reduced by 75%
Flash off base-coat = Medium airflow, reduced by 50%
Spray application = High airflow, 100% air volume used on spray cycle
Bake Cycle = Medium airflow, reduced by 40%
When combined with QADs, Variable Airflow can save 65% of Spraybooth Energy Costs