RELIABLE DUAL-SKIN PAINT BOOTH
One of GFS’ most popular automotive refinish booth, the Performer XD spray booth surpasses all others in its class. Perfect for small to medium-sized body shops, the Performer XD is an affordable spray booth with all the key features that you expect to see in a top-of-the-line paint booth.
With superior lighting, intuitive controls, excellent contamination control and multiple booth options, the Performer XD is a versatile paint booth for collision centers of all sizes.
Performer XD Paint Booths come standard with GFS’ High-Performance Airflow Ceiling in downdraft or semi-downdraft airflow models. The full-filtered ceiling provides excellent air filtration and contamination control.
Designed for optimal brightness, Performer XD spray booths feature four-tube sidewall lights and hip-style lights. All GFS light fixtures are ETL and ETL-C listed, and come complete with T8 ballasts and color-corrected tubes.
A three-wing, dual-skin product door — with one observation windows — and one personnel door come standard with Performer XD Booths. Doors feature heavy-duty hinges for long-lasting performance.
Highly versatile, GFS’ BT1200 heat unit can be placed on the side or rear of a paint booth, and is available in both recirculating and forced-dry models. Space Saver Heat Systems are also available.
The Engage™ control panel features a simplified, easy-to-use touch screen interface with enhancements such as improved temperature and pressure control and alarm tracking for better, more reliable booth performance.
Manufactured at our U.S. facility, Performer XD spray booths are made with dual-skin insulated, galvanized steel panels that are coated on both sides with a white, baked-on polyester topcoat, creating a rust-resistant cabin. Vertical wall panels reduce the number of joints and seams in the cabin’s construction, leaving you with a stronger, longer-lasting booth with a smooth fit and finish.
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.