Transportable / Mobile Container Spray Paint Booth

Our Container (Portable) Spray Paint Booth product line is designed to be a mobile finishing solution, without sacrificing quality. This booth design is an extremely versatile spray booth, whether you need to move a booth around your warehouse, around the state, or around the country. Just put it on a truck and you’re ready to move!

Transportable / Mobile Non Heated Container Spray Paint Booth
Transportable / Mobile Heated Container Spray Paint Booth

The Transportable / Mobile Container Spray Paint Booths Marathon offers are an ingenious convergence of existing technologies combined with an innovative design perspective. We have created this product to meet a very specific and unique requirement: Mobilty. When you have to paint or coat ‘On Site’, profitability demands that you maximize every aspect of transportability to stay competitive. You CAN produce a high quality finish, without a lot of hassle! THIS is the solution that you’re looking for!

When we say ‘Easy to use’, we mean exactly THAT! There are no complicated connectivity requirements for this booth… just drop it, plug it in and go! When you’re done, unplug it and put it on a truck. THAT’S IT! Now you’re off to the next job site. It really IS that easy! This portable spray paint booth offers:

  • High quality (BIG booth) results
  • Simple to set up, simple to tear down
  • Easy to operate
  • Just as easy to maintain
  • Completely mobile

Check, check, check, check, and CHECK!

There really is nothing out there comparable to our Transportable Container Spray Paint Booths!

  • Transportable / Mobile Container Spray Paint Booth Slide Show
  • Transportable / Mobile Container Spray Paint Booth Slide Show
  • Transportable / Mobile Container Spray Paint Booth Slide Show
  • Transportable / Mobile Container Spray Paint Booth Slide Show
  • Transportable / Mobile Container Spray Paint Booth Slide Show
CSB AIR FLOW

Intake: Outside air enters the booth through the door mounted filters located at the front of the booth, and travels horizontally through the paint/work zone. This air flow type is known as a ‘Cross Flow’ or ‘Cross Draft’. Airborne paint and particulates are carried with the air flow toward the rear of the booth.
Exhaust: At the rear of the booth, the overspray and particulates are captured by the exhaust plenum filters, and the filtered air is expelled from the booth via the exhaust ducting. Marathon uses standard size intake and exhaust filter media, available from Marathon Finishing Systems, Inc., and most industrial paint and refinishing suppliers.
Choosing a Portable Paint Booth

When you are looking for a spray booth of any type, there are a few key items to consider: The size of the booth (See“Booth Size” below), the CFM (See “CFM” below), and the type of filtration (See “Filtration” below).

Booth Size

The booth should be a size that gives you a comfortable work area around the items that you are coating, not just for ease of movement, but so that the air flows around the item properly. These booths are made to give you “Big Booth” performance in a compact and effective space.

CFM

CFM is an abbreviation of “Cubic Feet per Minute” and is a measure of the rate at which air moves through a specific space. The larger a space is, more air (or CFM) is required to move through that space. Industry standards define the rate to be a minimum of 100 feet per minute. Our Container Spray Booths meet or exceed this requirement.

Filtration

Intake filters are designed to remove particulates from the incoming air before it enters the work space. Exhaust filters are designed to remove overspray from the air stream before the exhaust air leaves the booth. Our Container Spray Booths are equipped with standard intake and exhaust filter media, available from Marathon Finishing or most industrial paint suppliers. You can replace these filters with the same filter media, or any specialized filter media that prevailing regulations define as appropriate for your application and location. To change the filters, simply pop the used filters out of their holding frames (please dispose of them according to applicable regulations), and insert the replacement filter media. Easy.

ModelSpray Area DimensionsOuter DimensionsCFMMotorF.L.A.*
CSB-080820-4L7’ 8” High x 7’ 7” Wide x 16’ 5” Long8’ 6” High x 8’ Wide x 22’ Long6,8002 hp18
CSB-H-080820-4L7’ 8” High x 7’ 7” Wide x 16’ 5” Long11’ 7” High x 8’ Wide x 22’ Long6,8002 hp28
CSB-080840-4L7’ 8” High x 7’ 7” Wide x 36’ 5” Long8’ 6” High x 8’ Wide x 42’ Long6,8002 hp18
CSB-H-080840-4L7’ 8” High x 7’ 7” Wide x 36’ 5” Long11’ 7” High x 8’ Wide x 42’ Long6,8002 hp28
*Full Load Amps
Optional Equipment

  • Side Load Doors
  • Loading Ramp
  • Man Access Doors
  • Filter Doors
  • Heat (Spray & Cure or Spray Only)
  • Waterborne Configuration
  • HEPA Filtration
  • NESHAP Filtration
  • Castor Wheels
Choosing a Booth

When you are looking for a spray booth of any type, there are a few key items to consider: The size of the booth (See“Booth Size” below), the CFM (See “CFM” below), and the type of filtration (See “Filtration” below).

Booth Size

The booth should be a size that gives you a comfortable work area around the items that you are coating, not just for ease of movement, but so that the air flows around the item properly. These booths are made to give you “Big Booth” performance in a compact and effective space.

CFM

CFM is an abbreviation of “Cubic Feet per Minute” and is a measure of the rate at which air moves through a specific space. The larger a space is, more air (or CFM) is required to move through that space. Industry standards define the rate to be a minimum of 100 feet per minute. Our Container Spray Booths meet or exceed this requirement.

Filtration

Intake filters are designed to remove particulates from the incoming air before it enters the work space. Exhaust filters are designed to remove overspray from the air stream before the exhaust air leaves the booth. Our Container Spray Booths are equipped with standard intake and exhaust filter media, available from Marathon Finishing or most industrial paint suppliers. You can replace these filters with the same filter media, or any specialized filter media that prevailing regulations define as appropriate for your application and location. To change the filters, simply pop the used filters out of their holding frames (please dispose of them according to applicable regulations), and insert the replacement filter media. Easy.

ModelSpray Area DimensionsOuter DimensionsCFMMotorF.L.A.*
CSB-080820-4L7’ 8” High x 7’ 7” Wide x 16’ 5” Long7’ 8” High x 7’ 7” Wide x 16’ 5” Long6,8002 hp18
CSB-H-080820-4L7’ 8” High x 7’ 7” Wide x 36’ 5” Long7’ 8” High x 7’ 7” Wide x 36’ 5” Long6,8002 hp28
CSB-080840-4L8’ 6” High x 8’ Wide x 22’ Long11’ 7” High x 8’ Wide x 32’ Long6,8002 hp18
CSB-H-080840-4L8’ 6” High x 8’ Wide x 42’ Long11’ 7” High x 8’ Wide x 55’ Long6,8002 hp28
*Full Load Amps
Optional Equipment

  • Side Load Doors
  • Loading Ramp
  • Man Access Doors
  • Filter Doors
  • Heat (Spray & Cure or Spray Only)
  • Waterborne Configuration
  • HEPA Filtration
  • NESHAP Filtration
  • Castor Wheels

AIR FLOW
Intake:
Outside air enters through filters mounted in the front doors, and then travels through the work area. This type of design does not allow for the addition of an Air Make Up unit (AMU), so heating (or cooling) are not an option. The air travels horizontally (crossflow) through the booth.
Front Air Flow Airflow DiagramExhaust: Once the air has traveled the length of the booth, the overspray and particulates are removed by the exhaust filters before exiting the booth. Marathon uses standard size intake and exhaust filter media, readily available from most paint and refinishing suppliers.