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  1. Has anyone tried any products from Gladstone Engineering? We're in the US and don't really have any exposure. We're considering their jigger & jolly machine. They also have a spray booths, automated slab rollers, a "super pug", and something I've never seen...get ready...a "foot wiper machine". Seems kind of silly but it looks like the Brits are having a lot of fun!!! Any info would be greatly appreciated. Ernie
  2. I have a 36" Paasche spray booth with an 1100 CFM exhaust. Glaze is making its way pass the interior filter and is being expelled through the louvered exhaust. The aerosol is waifing into the the neighbor's lot and hitting his property. As soon as I was notified I stopped spraying glaze and contacted our HVAC company to see if there was anyway we could fabricate a baffle, ductwork, and a secondary filter to stop the overspray. But, this will take days... I was wondering if anyone out there has had to deal with a similar issue and found a working solution or even an interim solution we coul
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