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Is an explosion proof fan needed? - 05-30-2019, 01:53 PM

I've been using a HVLP spray gun with a water based urethane. Would a regular wall mounted exhaust fan be ok for the overspray, or would I need an explosion proof fan?

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05-31-2019, 01:17 AM

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I've been using a HVLP spray gun with a water based urethane. Would a regular wall mounted exhaust fan be ok for the overspray, or would I need an explosion proof fan?

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Nathan Brugmann
Most likely not, but if it`s marked as flamable, you will need a fan that potentialy want light the vapors



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