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Spray booth in Auckland? 2 months 1 week ago #1

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Hi guys. Does anyone know where I can get a spray booth in Auckland? I need the whole shebang, the fan and hose as well as the booth itself.

Thanks.

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Spray booth in Auckland? 2 months 1 week ago #2

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Spray booth in Auckland? 2 months 1 week ago #3

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Sorry to undercut MA Dave but trademe has better prices. This one "says" its a 25 watt motor
www.trademe.co.nz/building-renovation/to...ction-1410980196.htm

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Spray booth in Auckland? 2 months 1 week ago #4

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I bought one of those, and I'm pretty pleased with it. I think you can also get the same one with an LED light strip for a few bucks more...which I wish I had bought.

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The one Grover linked to is basically what I have gone back to, they are good, not great.
If you are wanting to large spray jobs or plan on using lacquer paints they will likely not clear the air quickly enough for those you share the house with :-)

The Sparmax 88 (or something like that) has a better pull on it but would need to be sourced from ebay or Australia.
If you want to build something yourself then keep an eye out for a 'squirrel cage' fan.
Another option are the fans used in portable spray tan booths, the main drawback of them seems to be that venting hoses are not standard.

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Spray booth in Auckland? 2 months 4 days ago #6

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I brought this one last week with the LED lights. $129.95 and free shipping. Arrived the next day. He also lists it on Trade Me but on there it is plus shipping. Probably the best deal out there at present. Most listed on Trade Me don't have the lights.

www.onlinetools.co.nz/products/airbrush-spray-booth-new

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Spray booth in Auckland? 2 months 3 days ago #7

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Personally I found the light bar thing just got in the way, thankfully it will run with jut the 2 side bars.
at least until I got some better LED's for the cabinet i have the booth mounted in.

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Spray booth in Auckland? 1 month 2 weeks ago #8

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Thanks very much guys. I'm not too sure. I'd only use it for hobby paints but I want something that will get rid of the fumes completely. Ideally I wouldn't need my mask and visor.

If the Sparmax is the more robust one of the two, would anyone know where I can get one in NZ? Although its shown on their website it doesn't seem to be listed in the store.

Thanks again.

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