Designed with everything you need to control your booth, the LOGIC 3 control panel is an impressive yet simple control system. Users have the majority of the same user-programmable features as the LOGIC 4, but on a smaller, more simplified user interfaceagraph here.

A key feature of GFS’ Ultra XC paint booth is the Controlled Airflow ceiling. This patented, exclusive ceiling design was engineered to maximize the effectiveness of downdraft airflow.

The main airflow zone creates a protective envelope of air around the vehicle, while secondary airflow zones prevent overspray from collection on the booth walls, and keep contaminants away from the paint job.Type your paragraph here.

The GFS Ultra XC booth is designed for consistent airflow throughout the booth. A large, two-foot high and full ceiling plenum builds sufficient air volume and allows for less static pressure. Diffusers in the plenum direct air leaving the heater and create even airflow throughout the plenum. Pit pans (metal plates with various size holes) balance the airflow from end to end.

LOGIC 3 - CONTROL PANEL

GFS has designed all of our auto refinish paint booths with vertical sidewall lights and angled ceiling lights. The combination of the two allows the painter to move freely around the vehicle with less light interaction. This creates a virtually shadow-free environment, perfect for color matching and precise application of paint

SHADOW FREE  Lighting

CONSISTENT AIRFLOW - FROM PIT TO PLENUM

CONTROLLED - AIRFLOW CEILING

GLOBAL FINISHING - ULTRA XC PRODUCT Features

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PREMIUM DUAL-SKIN BOOTH

Renowned in the industry and sought after by hundreds of shops worldwide, the Ultra XC defines what a premium paint booth really means. Ultra XC booths deliver top quality finishes, unequaled contamination control, energy efficiency, intuitive controls, and superior lighting.

The Ultra XC booth is still the first in the world to feature GFS’ exclusive Controlled Airflow ceiling design, incorporating angled lights for better illumination and separate airflow zones on the sides of the booth to improve overspray removal.

 


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