fully-loaded, quality PAINT BOOTH
The Performer XP1 Paint Booth from Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) is the fully-loaded version of GFS’ affordable, automotive paint booth line. With added features such as an integrated AdvanceCure® System, two-row pit, best-in-class heater and LOGIC 3 control panel, the Performer XP1 spray booth takes the standard paint booth to a new level
Performer XP1 Paint Booths come standard with GFS’ High-Performance Airflow Ceiling and downdraft airflow. The full-filtered ceiling provides excellent air filtration and contamination control. Performer XP1 also includes the integrated AdvanceCure Blade® System, which uses turbulent airflow to cut cure times in half, saving energy.
Performer XP1 spray booths feature six-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.
Manufactured at our U.S. facility, Performer XP1 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.
The Performer XP1 comes standard with an upgraded version of GFS’ top-of-the-line heat system, the GUL2000 air heater. Features such as exhaust-mounted VFD, direct-drive exhaust motor and direct-fired aluminum burner make this heat unit highly efficient.
Designed with everything you need to control your spray booth, the LOGIC 3 control panel is an impressive yet simple control system. Users have the majority of the same user-programmable features as the LOGIC 4, but on a smaller, more simplified user interface.
Three-wing entry door comes standard on the Ultra XP1 Paint Booth with three observation windows, as well as a personnel door with an observation window. Doors feature heavy-duty hinges for long-lasting performance.
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.