PERFORMER ES paint booth
our most affordable SPRAY BOOTH
The Performer ES spray booth from Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) was designed and built with the value-minded shop owner in mind. Quality construction, durable hardware and reliable performance makes the Performer ES paint booth an excellent choice for shops in need of an affordable all-in-one paint environment. The exhaust chamber is integrated into the booth interior, saving valuable shop floor space
Performer ES Paint Booths are available in cross draft or semi-downdraft airflow models. Air enters the booth through filtered product doors in cross draft models or a filtered ceiling plenum in semi-downdraft models.
Performer ES Paint Booths feature strategically placed hip light fixtures for precise, complete lighting with minimal shadows. Light fixtures are ETL and ETL-C listed and come complete with T8 ballasts and color-corrected tubes.
Fans & Motors
High-powered fans and motors supply optimal airflow through the paint booth, creating a cleaner environment for a better paint job. Performer ES includes a non-sparking, tube axial exhaust fan with belt guards and duct connector ring, along with a UL/CUL and CSA recognized three-phase, TEFC, tri-voltage motor.
Swing-type product doors (filtered or solid) and one personnel door come standard with each Performer ES Paint Booth. Doors feature heavy-duty hinges for long-lasting performance.
An electromechanical control panel is used to control booth exhaust, safety interlocks and lights. All GFS control panels are UL and CUL listed, and make it easy to manage your booth’s safety features and environment.
Manufactured at our U.S. facility, Performer ES Paint Booths are made with high-quality, single-skin, galvanized sheet steel. Quality components including plate steel door hinges, friction-style latches and precision-punched vertical panels with sturdy nut-and-bolt assembly ensure longevity, safety and structural integrity.
GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.