Truck & Equipment Spray Paint Booths – Outdoor Rated

Marathon’s line of Outdoor Rated Booths are designed to stand up to the harsh treatment from the weather. Rain, wind, sleet, and snow can take their toll on equipment that is not designed to take it. Our booths are structurally reinforced with strengthened joints, support beams, hinges and latches. Let Marathon show you the difference.

Marathon Spray Paint Booths are ETL listed and comply with all applicable quality and safety code standards.

Your Safety is Our Primary Concern
Non Heated Outdoor Rated - Quad Doors
Non Heated Container Spray Paint Booth
Heated Outdoor Rated Spray Paint Booth with Quad Doors
Heated Container Spray Paint Booth

Truck & Large Equipment Outdoor Rated Air Flow Types

Full Down Draft – Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered twice, once as it enters in through the air make up unit (Heater) located next to (or on top of) the spray booth, and again as it passes through the intake plenum ceiling filters.

Exhaust:

Air moves vertically downwards (Down Draft), and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels through the pit in the floor, and is vented out through the exhaust ducting.

Full Down Draft – Non Heated

Intake:

Ambient air enters through the ceiling plenum and is filtered before it enters the work area.

Exhaust:

The filtered air travels vertically downward to the pit at the bottom of the booth (down draft). Finally, the air travels through the exhaust ducting and outside.

Full Down Draft Air Flow Diagram

Reverse Air Flow – Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered twice, once as it enters in through the air make up unit (Heater) located behind the spray booth, and again as it passes through the rear intake filters.

Exhaust:

Air moves horizontally (Cross Flow) towards the front of the booth, and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels out through front exhaust plenums, and is ducted outside.

Reverse Air Flow – Non Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered as it enters the spray booth through the rear intake.

Exhaust:

Air moves horizontally (Cross Flow) towards the front of the booth, and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels out through front exhaust plenums, and ducted outside.

Modified Down Draft Air Flow Diagram

Side Down Draft – Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered twice, once as it enters in through the air make up unit (Heater) located next to (or on top of) the spray booth, and again as it passes through the intake plenum ceiling filters.

Exhaust:

Air moves vertically downwards (Down Draft), and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels to the floor level on the sides of the booth, and is vented out through the exhaust ducting.

Side Down Draft – Non Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered as it enters in through the intake plenum ceiling filters.

Exhaust:

Air moves vertically downwards (Down Draft), and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels to the floor level on the sides of the booth, and is vented out through the exhaust ducting.

Side Down Draft Air Flow Diagram

Truck & Large Equipment Outdoor Rated Air Flow Types

Full Down Draft – Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered twice, once as it enters in through the air make up unit (Heater) located next to (or on top of) the spray booth, and again as it passes through the intake plenum ceiling filters.

Exhaust:

Air moves vertically downwards (Down Draft), and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels through the pit in the floor, and is vented out through the exhaust ducting.

Reverse Air Flow – Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered twice, once as it enters in through the air make up unit (Heater) located behind the spray booth, and again as it passes through the rear intake filters.

Exhaust:

Air moves horizontally (Cross Flow) towards the front of the booth, and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels out through front exhaust plenums, and is ducted outside.

Side Down Draft – Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered twice, once as it enters in through the air make up unit (Heater) located next to (or on top of) the spray booth, and again as it passes through the intake plenum ceiling filters.

Exhaust:

Air moves vertically downwards (Down Draft), and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels to the floor level on the sides of the booth, and is vented out through the exhaust ducting.

Full Down Draft Air Flow Diagram
Outdoor Rated RAF Air Flow Diagram
Outdoor Rated SDD Air Flow Diagram

Full Down Draft – Non Heated

Intake:

Ambient air enters through the ceiling plenum and is filtered before it enters the work area.

Exhaust:

The filtered air travels vertically downward to the pit at the bottom of the booth (down draft). Finally, the air travels through the exhaust ducting and outside.

Reverse Air Flow – Non Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered as it enters the spray booth through the rear intake.

Exhaust:

Air moves horizontally (Cross Flow) towards the front of the booth, and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels out through front exhaust plenums, and ducted outside.

Side Down Draft – Non Heated

Intake:

Outside air is filtered as it enters in through the intake plenum ceiling filters.

Exhaust:

Air moves vertically downwards (Down Draft), and picks up particulates. The contaminated air then travels to the floor level on the sides of the booth, and is vented out through the exhaust ducting.

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Side Down Draft Features and Components

Did you Know?

The ETL Listing (certification) is
confirmation that every aspect of
our construction meets or exceeds the
build and safety code standards established by
NFPA 33. This is important, as your Fire Inspector will require proof of compliance before approval.

Did you Know?

The ETL Listing (certification) is your confirmation that every aspect of our construction meets or exceeds the build and safety code standards established by NFPA 33. This is important, as your Fire Inspector will require proof of compliance before approval.

We Also Build Custom Sizes and Configurations, Just Ask!

Available Options for This Booth Type to Consider

Bright White Powder Coating Inside & Outside

Powder Coating

Clean, beautiful, Bright White Powder Coating. Inside and outside, the entire booth!

Additional Filters

Additional Filters

Don’t get caught off guard! Make sure you have enough filters on hand by ordering extra filters.

Drive or Pass Through Door Options

Drive/Pass Thru Doors

Streamline your production loop. Integrates with existing automated production lines.

Paint Mixing Rooms

Paint Mixing Rooms

Don’t forget a paint mixing room. An important addition to your painting operation.

Ducting Packages

Ducting Options

Whether it’s a short run, or an entire facility air flow system, we have what you need.

Tri-Fold Door Option

Tri-Fold Doors

3 doors ( 2 on the left, 1 on the right). 2″ tube frame, single skin, with viewing windows

Spary & Cure Heating

Spray & Cure Heat

Add a heating system to increase quality and and decrease turn around times.

Bi Fold Doors

Bi-Fold (Quad) Doors

4 doors (2 left, 2 right) that open out from center. 2″ tube frame, single skin, with windows.

LED Lighting Fixtures

LED Lighting Fixtures

We offer many different styles and types of lighting fixtures to offer for your spray paint booth.

Roll-Up Door Options

Roll-Up Doors

Standard roll-up door with hard vinyl slats. Available in many colors and configurations.

Booth Coating

Booth Coat

You’ve spent a lot of money on your spray paint booth, so you should protect it. Clear or White.

RollSeal Door Option

RollSeal Roll-Up Doors

A non-rigid alternative to a standard roll-up door. Available in many colors and types.

Available Options for This Booth Type to Consider

Bright White Powder Coating Inside & Outside

Powder Coating

Clean, beautiful, Bright White Powder Coating. Inside and outside, the entire booth!

Drive or Pass Through Door Options

Drive/Pass Thru Doors

Streamline your production loop. Integrates with existing automated production lines.

Ducting Packages

Ducting Options

Whether it’s a short run, or an entire facility air flow system, we have what you need.

Spary & Cure Heating

Spray & Cure Heat

Add a heating system to increase quality and and decrease turn around times.

LED Lighting Fixtures

LED Lighting Fixtures

We offer many different styles and types of lighting fixtures to offer for your spray paint booth.

Booth Coating

Booth Coat

You’ve spent a lot of money on your spray paint booth, so you should protect it. Clear or White.

Additional Filters

Additional Filters

Don’t get caught off guard! Make sure you have enough filters on hand by ordering extra filters.

Paint Mixing Rooms

Paint Mixing Rooms

Don’t forget a paint mixing room. An important addition to your painting operation.

Tri-Fold Door Option

Tri-Fold Doors

3 doors ( 2 on the left, 1 on the right). 2″ tube frame, single skin, with viewing windows

Bi Fold Doors

Bi-Fold (Quad) Doors

4 doors (2 left, 2 right) that open out from center. 2″ tube frame, single skin, with windows.

Roll-Up Door Options

Roll-Up Doors

Standard roll-up door with hard vinyl slats. Available in many colors and configurations.

RollSeal Door Option

RollSeal Roll-Up Doors

A non-rigid alternative to a standard roll-up door. Available in many colors and types.

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