Global Finishing Solutions (GFS) has introduce its new General Purpose Paint Booth line. This precision-engineered line of paint booths is designed to suit industrial and manufacturing customers that need to paint equipment, utility vehicles and trucks that are too large for traditional automotive booths but too small for the GFS Large Equipment Booth line. Featuring a complete line of pre-engineered models, options and custom solutions, GFS General Purpose Booths meet budgetary needs and timeframe requirements without, the company says, compromising quality. By standardizing the booth line and eliminating the need to custom engineer every paint booth, GFS is able to offer more affordable paint booth solutions, shorten lead times and ensure design consistency. If a pre-engineered booth does not fit a customer’s needs, GFS has the resources and expertise to custom engineer and design a General Purpose Paint Booth. All CFS paint booths meet or exceed applicable industry standards. The new General Purpose Paint Booth line goes further by achieving full ETL and ETL-C listing on all standard models and options. According to Mike Lampshire, vice-president of industrial sales at GFS, “The ETL and ETL-C listing on our pre-engineered General Purpose Booths validates booth performance and ensures the products’ compliance with North American safety standards to allow for worry-free planning and inspections.” In addition to ETL, GFS works with UL, NFPA, OSHA and other third-party agencies to confirm the safety of General Purpose Paint Booths and components. GFS General Purpose Paint Booths feature precise contamination control and strategically placed angled ceiling “hip” lighting to enable you to achieve high-quality paint finishes. Hip lights are frequently used in automotive refinish booths because they provide optimal brightness and minimize shadows on every side of the equipment or vehicle being painted, to allow for accurate color matching. Built to last, the booths are made from heavy-duty G90 sheet steel and precision punched in GFS’ state-of-art facility for sturdy nut-and-bolt construction.