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Control measures developed to reduce occupational exposure for spray painting operations.
Spray painting equipment used for most finish coat applications in all facets of the finishing and refinish industry atomizes the finish material resulting in the production of overspray. The type of equipment used and the correctness of its use have a significant impact on the transfer efficiency (TE) for the material being sprayed. Conventional, HVLP, LVLP spray guns, Electrostatic and powder coating systems and spray booths and other peripheral equipment are discussed.

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Description Control measures developed to reduce occupational exposure for spray painting operations.
Spray painting equipment used for most finish coat applications in all facets of the finishing and refinish industry atomizes the finish material resulting in the production of overspray. The type of equipment used and the correctness of its use have a significant impact on the transfer efficiency (TE) for the material being sprayed. Conventional, HVLP, LVLP spray guns, Electrostatic and powder coating systems and spray booths and other peripheral equipment are discussed.
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Source United States Environmental Protection Agency
Keyword Engineering controls; HVLP; LVLP, Conventional spraying equipment; Electrostatic deposition; Powder coating; Spray booths-downdraft; Throughdraft spraybooth.
Selector Jund
Date Of Record Creation 2004-04-14 12:43:51
Date Last Modified 2004-04-14 13:17:27
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 2004-04-14 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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