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I am entertaining an interior spray job for KOA wood doors and window casings which will be done with a 2 part Hi-Solids marine type urethane. My question is we will be working in foyer entry areas and my concern is for the overspray and how to keep air quality in a 10' x 20' room acceptable. This is a very High End complex with each foyer providing entrance to 2 individual apartments. We have SAS air fed full face masks for spray tech's my concern is for anyone (pedestrian) who has to have access to apartment or elevator!
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Old 09-03-2019, 04:04 PM   #2
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I am entertaining an interior spray job for KOA wood doors and window casings which will be done with a 2 part Hi-Solids marine type urethane. My question is we will be working in foyer entry areas and my concern is for the overspray and how to keep air quality in a 10' x 20' room acceptable. This is a very High End complex with each foyer providing entrance to 2 individual apartments. We have SAS air fed full face masks for spray tech's my concern is for anyone (pedestrian) who has to have access to apartment or elevator!
I'd suggest getting 3-4 of these 3,000 CFM ventilators and exhaust them outside. You don't want to play around with isocyanates in 2K poly.

https://www.amazon.com/MOUNTO-3000CF...ateway&sr=8-22
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I am entertaining an interior spray job for KOA wood doors and window casings which will be done with a 2 part Hi-Solids marine type urethane. My question is we will be working in foyer entry areas and my concern is for the overspray and how to keep air quality in a 10' x 20' room acceptable. This is a very High End complex with each foyer providing entrance to 2 individual apartments. We have SAS air fed full face masks for spray tech's my concern is for anyone (pedestrian) who has to have access to apartment or elevator!
There will probably be a noticeable smell no matter what you do.

I am a big fan of Jet Air Filtration system, because it seems to work well, takes standard filters, and is fairly portable. If you could configure a way to vent it out of the room, it would be even better.

A charcoal filter would help with the smell. I have used this quite a bit in closed spaces, and it makes a difference. I go through about half a dozen filters when I'm spraying. I use a pre-filter, in front of my pre-filter if there is a lot of overspray in the room.

Jet Air Filtration System:
https://www.amazon.com/708620B-AFS-1...s%2C174&sr=8-1

Charcoal Filters 12x24" (higher Merv Rating is best)
https://www.amazon.com/FilterBuy-All...y&sr=8-2-fkmr0
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