A Low-Cost Spray Booth
Spend your dollars on an explosion-proof fan motor
Jeff Jewitt explains how to build a knock-down booth for high-volume, low-pressure spray equipment that will safely ventilate your workspace. A knockdown booth is inexpensive, can be set up easily in a basement or garage, and stored out of the way. The ventilation system he uses is an explosion-proof motor driving a non-sparking aluminum fan. He explains how he built this booth and system and which accessories add conveniences worth pursuing.
From Fine Woodworking #139