Dictionary EquipmentGeneral EquipmentDowndraft Booth Downdraft Booth Last updated: November 11, 2016 What Does Downdraft Booth Mean? A downdraft booth is an enclosure that supplies a liquid or gas substance that enters from the booth’s ceiling and drifts down to the floor. Downdraft booths are often used for dust collection, fluid (air) processing, cleaning and to capture flammable substances. Advertisement Corrosionpedia Explains Downdraft Booth Downdraft booths can be insulated, heated, equipped with filters and manufactured with various configurations to suit a given application. They are used primarily to prevent exposure to external environments when handling substances. Advertisement Share This Term> Related Terms Process Steam System Gas Carburizing Environmental Cracking Fluidized Bed Related Reading Coatings Advances: Nanoparticle Technology and Cold Sprays Tips for Running Coating Projects in Winter An Expert Guide To Accurate Cathodic Protection Measurements Leveraging AI for Enhanced Corrosion Control in Oil Pipelines Corrosion Jobs: How to Become a Corrosion Technician in 2023 The 6 Corrosive Components That Can Be Found in Crude Oil Tags Corrosion Prevention Equipment Equipment Industries Application Methods Surface Modification Equipment General Equipment Production and Manufacturing Trending Articles Corrosion An Introduction to the Galvanic Series: Galvanic Compatibility and Corrosion Chemical Compound 5 Most Common Types of Metal Coatings that Everyone Should Know About Asset Management Understanding Aluminum Corrosion Asset Management If Copper is a Noble Metal then Why Are My Pipes Corroding?