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sheridan

Houston, TX

#1 Nov 16, 2012
I'm thinking of renting space in an office/warehouse complex for a small one-man woodworking shop and I will need a spray booth. The floor is concrete and the walls are metal, so I only need to construct 2 walls to make the enclosure.

The question I have is in materials. I understand the need for non-flammability, but will this work...using wood studs and covering every square inch with Hardipanels? The Hardipanels are non-flammable and would be all that is exposed in the booth.
Robofudd

Salem, OR

#2 Nov 19, 2012
You will want something that has a 1-hour fire rating, and you need to be able to clean any overspray off of it. You may also want to make sure you're okay with the zoning people and the local fire authority.

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