Industrial Painting

Industrial painting

We offer a wide variety of industrial painting services for industrial or manufacturing establishments.

Our industrial painting service includes corrosion prevention, sanitation, and factory maintenance painting. This can also keep your facility clean and safe through our maintenance programs for ceilings, walls, and floors.

We incorporate quality, safety, and efficiency into all our painting and coating projects. Our clients are guaranteed with a superior finished product at a reasonable price that is completed on time and on budget.

As professional industrial painting service providers we are trained in the application of pigmented liquids or powders that are used to protect and/or beautify substrates.

We recommend and promote using high-quality industrial paints that have wide applications in the aerospace, architectural and construction, automotive, and electronics industries. We have the expertise in using these formulated paints for marine, medical, military, and manufacturing applications.

Depending on the specified surface for industrial painting, there are industrial paint formulas that are applied using brushes or rollers, while others are applied using spray systems.

Common substrates for industrial painting jobs include:

  • Asphalt
  • Ceramic
  • Concrete and masonry
  • Fabric and fiber
  • Fiberglass
  • Glass
  • Metal
  • Paper and paperboard
  • Plastic
  • Rubber and elastomer
  • Wood

Industrial paints vary in terms of chemistry, which typically include a resin, a solvent, additives, pigments and, in some cases, a diluent. This is a critical knowledge component for industrial painting service providers.

Solvent-based paints contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs) as the carrier. Water-based paints contain mostly water, but also chemicals such as glycol ethers and alcohols as the carrier.

Here are the different types of industrial paints:
  • Acrylic : Made of synthetic resin used in high-performance latex or water-based paints. It is suitable for bonding metal, oily surfaces, glass, ferrite, and plastics.
  • Epoxy : Used mostly in aircraft and marine components. These are more resistant to environmental degradation than resins such as alkyds which are typically used in trim paints.
  • Polyester :Typically unsaturated and used mostly in marine applications due to its waterproof qualities.
  • Polyurethane : This is made from a tough, rubber-like elastomer based on the condensation of organic isocyanates with resins containing hydroxyl groups.
  • Inorganic or silicate :These types use titanium dioxide as an extender pigment.
  • Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) : This belongs to the family of engineering plastics characterized by high thermal stability, almost universal chemical resistance, and low friction.

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