Industrial facilities and plants have many different locations and areas each with their own painting and coating needs for walls, ceilings, floors, equipment, and more.
We understand this, and we’ll deliver the right solution for each area of your plant.
- Safety paintingColor-coding pipes can help firefighters in an emergency. Other safety painting applications include crosswalks, high traffic areas, and hazardous parts of a plant.
- Corrosion protectionIndustrial coatings can protect against rust and corrosion from water and caustic chemicals. They can also protect against wear, abrasion, cavitation, and chemical attack.
- FireproofingIndustrial coatings can fireproof equipment.
- Non-slip or non-stick surfacesIndustrial coatings can provide non-slip or non-stick surface friction on floors, handles, and machining surfaces.
- Water reservoirs and tanksIndustrial coatings can line the inside of water reservoirs and tanks to protect against corrosion and create a safe environment for potable water.
Some common industrial coating materials include epoxy, polyurethane, and polysulfide. These materials can be applied in multiple layers, such as a layer of primer, a layer of paint, and then a sealant.
Some common industrial painting methods include:
- Air spray
- Electrostatic air spray
- High volume low pressure (HVLP) spray
- Airless paint spray