The spray chamber is a structure in which powder coating containers are sprayed onto the pre-prepared surface of the material to be painted. The principle of operation is that the fan prevents the spread of the powder suspension in the interior and at the same time creates an optimal vacuum to prevent dust from being thrown out of the product. The non-settled powder slurries fall to the block where the dust is separated from the air by the help of the filter. The dust is collected in a storage tank and the purified air is sent in.
Depending on the versions, the cameras have one or two spray posts. The choice of camera depends on the type of parts to be painted, the nature of the production, the design of the conveyor used and the like. Typically, the filter elements in the spray chamber are cartridge filters. The surface area of the filter media is calculated by the performance of the fan and the working volume of the chamber.