Who needs a spray booth?

A spray booth is a regulated environment where spray paint can be applied to vehicles with control. The purpose of the spray booth is to boost productivity and improve paint quality while keeping employees safe from the hazardous materials used. 

Without the use of a spray booth, spray painting alone can result in overspray; a spray booth serves as a containment space for this, preventing harmful circumstances and keeping the main body shop clean. As well as spraying in a controlled environment, other benefits include dust-free surroundings and a longer-lasting finish.

So let’s delve deeper into each of these industries and why they need a spray booth. 


Automotive industries require the use of spray booths to handle the sheer volume of vehicles going through distribution at any one time. Using a car spray booth allows companies and individuals to comply with safety regulations for painting vehicles – spray booths are a much safer option. 

As well as protecting from the noise, spray booths defend against overspray, which can cause fires and in some cases, explosions. Additionally, this controlled environment works to protect the painters from the damaging effects of the poisonous components of the paint used to cover vehicles. 

At Junair Spraybooths, we create high-quality equipment, manufactured in the UK, to continuously high standards, ranging from automotive paint booth technology to SMART repairs and alloy wheel innovations. Take a look at our range of automotive accident repair equipment.


Customers in the industrial and manufacturing sectors work in a fast-paced environment with multiple regulatory requirements. In the heavy engineering business, getting enormous and awkwardly shaped products into a spray booth for painting can seem like a challenge – our spray booth equipment are purpose-built to suit customer requirements from the industrial and manufacturing industry.  

Ranging from small process lines to fully automated mass production paint finishing lines, we have supplied to a wide range of clients. 


When painting large commercial vehicles, buses, coaches, and heavy equipment, spray booths are frequently the preferable solution. Not only are these larger components, but they also often require continuity throughout the design aspects – for example, a fleet of buses. 

Larger vehicles and HGVs require further access, as these can be awkwardly shaped. Spray booths offer access to the whole vehicle with the use of pneumatic, hydraulic and electrified platforms – giving the painter full control. 

At Junair, we supply a range of spray booth equipment and options for customers in the commercial industry. We aim to provide: 


  • Energy-efficient technology
  • Reliable innovative equipment
  • Complete project management
  • High-quality installation


From the most intricate aeroplane components and interior fittings to whole commercial, military, and private aircraft paint booths, clients from the aerospace industry rely on spray booths to get aircraft and equipment fit for purpose. 

Painting a fleet of aircraft poses a number of issues, and without the right spray booth set up, high-flyers in the aerospace industry can face problems. Often made up of intricate detailing and larger parts, aerospace experts will want to use a large spray booth to cover all ground. When looking for a spray booth service, customers in the aerospace industry may require coverage for large complex structures such as complete aircraft, small spray booths used for batch production of small parts through to fully automated conveyor lines for high production volumes.

Our spray booths are specifically designed for the aerospace industry ranging from standard cost-effective spray booths to highly developed, high specification spray booths. Junair has a proven track record within the aerospace industry. 

Automated spray booth services 

Spray booth technology is used across a variety of industries for convenience, safety and efficiency. Junair Spraybooths offers services for automotive, industrial, commercial and aerospace clients. 

Get in touch with us for more information about our services, our range of automated spray booths and your next spray booth job. 


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