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We are considering installing recirculated air systems in spray booths in a new plant. The systems would be designed to comply with NFPA 33-1995 requirements and would use approximately 80% recirculated air and 20% fresh air. Employees would wear appropriate protective clothing including positive-pressure, air-supplied hoods.

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