Spraybooth_vs_IRT_IR_Double_Cassette
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ENERGY COSTS FOR CURING > CONVECTION (spraybooth/CTOF) VERSUS CURING WITH IRT IR
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ALTERNATIVE CALCULATION OF ENERGY COST FOR RUNNING A BOOTH
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TYPICAL COLLISION REPAIR FACILITY
Units your inputs
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Monthly cost for consumption of gas ?
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Estimated percentage of gas bill to run spraybooth?
%250
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Number of hours per day on average you run your booth ?
Hours/day8
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Number of paint jobs cured in your booth per day in average?
Jobs/day4
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Electric energy utilized by a generator group / ventilation blower ?
Kw/hour5.5
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Cost of electricity per Kw ?
$/Kwh$0.11
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Your cost to run your booth 1 hour is :
Cost/hour#VALUE!
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Your curing cost per paint job is :
Cost/Paint Job#VALUE!
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ENERGY COST FOR IRT INFRARED CURE
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IRT 5000 Rail System / IRT Mobile Curing Units.
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Cost of electricity per hour
0.35$0.15 Filler4 to 6 mins.
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Average cure time
3025Primer 6 to 9 mins
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Installed power / IRT cassette
312
Waterborne
10 to 12 mins
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Number of IRT cassettes
32Topcoat8 to 12 mins
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Total cost for one average curing job with IRT Double cassette unit:
Cost/Paint Job$2.00
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IRT Unit payback based on energy savings onlyResults
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IRT unit purchase price:
$8,000.00
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Average number of paint jobs per day:
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Average savings per paint job > Cost per job in Spraybooth/CTOF less cost per job with IRT unit:
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Payback in weeks:
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Payback in months:
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