You can see that with AdvanceCure turned off, the traditional top- to-bottom downdraft airflow causes a boundary layer of slow moving air to form on the surface. Vapors and fumes linger on the painted surfaces as a result. This prevents the underlying coating from being exposed to the moving air, and results in curing times that are longer than necessary. This also prevents the coating from curing in the most effective manner, resulting in a less-than-optimum finish quality.
The result of AdvanceCure’s powerful airflow is plain to see. The boundary layer is broken and the illustrative smoke is dispersed much more quickly. This rapid airflow allows the heated moving air to reach the painted surfaces, raise the skin temperature and draw the vapors and fumes out of the coating at a much faster rate. This minimizes the time required for flash-off and curing, and results in optimum curing for the best quality finish.