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DIY Hobby Spray Booth Filter Rack

DIY Hobby Spray Booth Filter Rack

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DIY Hobby Spray Booth Filter Rack

Easily Mount a Filter

This Filter Rack was created by Vent Works for use in our DIY Hobby Spray Booth. It is designed to hold a 12x24x1 standard furnace filter. We made this rack with thick 24 gauge galvanized steel here in the USA.

Note: Inexpensive standard furnace filters work best, if you use an expensive allergen filter (e.g. filtrate furnace filter) it will restrict flow and cause inadequate ventilation.

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  • 24 Gauge Galvanized Steel
  • Accepts 12x24x1 Inch Standard Replacement Furnace Filter
  • Hardware Included (8 QTY  # 6 x ½ Inch Nuts & Bolts)
  • Made in USA 



Our spray booth parts easily withstand the rigors of time, ensuring peak performance and efficiency that endures. With every component sourced domestically, we stand firmly behind the quality of our hobby spray booth parts. Your satisfaction is our commitment – backed by a 100% money-back guarantee. Trust in the resilience of America's finest, and rest assured that you're making a wise investment in one of the best spray booth solutions available.


Do I have to use special filters?

No, Actually the cheap standard furnace filters work best, if you use an expensive allergen filter e.g. filtrate furnace filter it will restrict flow and could cause inadequate ventilation.

Does the filter rack require assembly?

Yes, it comes as four pieces of steel that must be bolted together. It's only 8 little nuts and bolts so assembly takes about 1 minute. All you will need is a Phillips head screwdriver.

Do I have to change the filter?

Yes, periodically filters should be replaced and ducts should be inspected for obstructions. This will ensure proper air flow which will reduce the risk of vapor buildup.

Installing the Filter Rack