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Spray booth concept of Dürr increases capacity

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  • Reduced transfer & paint-change times
  • Increased line capacity & degree of utilization of up to 15%
  • Can be incorporated in both new and existing spray lines

Under the Eco+Speed concept, the company Dürr offers a spray booth concept for high-speed interior painting which features reduced transfer and paint-change times and extremely high positioning accuracy. According to the company, line capacity and degree of utilization rise by up to 15%, and unproductive periods for the painting robots can be cut by up to 50%.

The high-speed interior painting concept can be incorporated in both new and existing spray lines. It was designed for high-speed stop & go mode in spray booths. The use of proven skid technology and highly efficient spray application reduces unproductive times to a minimum. The carrying and tracking function in the skid technology used is achieved by means of roller rails which are not driven. Centrally configured linear units provide the drive. Due to the use of two-channel color changers based on Dürr’s EcoLCC or EcoMCC technology, a color change takes only eight seconds. When the EcoBell3 high-speed rotating atomizer with two main needles is used, color-change times that are significantly shorter still are possible.

In addition, Eco+Speed contributes to improved flow in the paint structure, which helps to reduce reworking costs. Overspray is further reduced due to a smaller spray pattern (known as a brush). Paint consumption falls appreciably as a consequence.

Picture: The Eco+Speed paint booth concept can be integrated into both new and existing painting lines (source: Dürr)



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