Industrial Painting

Surface Preparation

Abrasive Blasting

Abrasive Blasting is one of the most commonly used methods for heavy-duty cleaning of industrial facilities. This process involves using pressurized air to propel grain size materials into a fine stream at an extremely high speed to create a riveting force.  

Abrasive Blasting is used for all kinds of applications, most commonly used for the removal of paint, rust and heavy contaminants from metal and concrete surfaces. Performance Painting Contractors has the equipment and experience to provide quality abrasive blasting to ensure the surface is properly cleaned and ready for coatings.

Abrasive Blasting can be dangerous if the operator is not properly trained and using the proper equipment. Performance Painting Contractors strongly believes in the safety of its team members and customers.  We invest heavily in continuing education and training for our staff to ensure proper techniques are used.

Here are some of the ways Performance Painting ensures that your project will be successful:

  • All employees must pass a full background check
  • OSHA certified job leaders and OSHA trained staff.
  • All staff are involved in continuous education and training
  • In-house craftsmen training program
  • Only quality-trained employees (No Sub-Contractors)
  • Crew Leaders are CPR certified
  • Safety plan for each project
  • We hire the best by offering benefits and strong structure for advancement

Abrasive Blasting can be used to etch smooth surfaces, allowing new paint to adhere properly. It is also used to remove dirt, oil or other unwanted residue from various surfaces.

We’ve listed some of the most common applications for abrasive blasting:

 

Water Blasting

Industrial projects often need the assistance of a thorough waterblasting. Often this is a step before Abrasive Blasting as abrasive blasting is more of a final stage in the preparation of concrete flooring or surfaces. But that is not the only reason many industrial facilities use waterblasting.

Some common projects that require waterblasting are: removal of grease, removal of epoxy flooring, popcorn ceiling removal just to name a few.

Waterblasting is often used by painting companies to provide a very high pressure “blast” that will blast away items like concrete, large rocks, brick, and cinder blocks. Waterblasting is used mostly in reconstructing and/or renovating large industrial buildings or facilities. By using the waterblasting method, it ensures that the concrete casings aren’t washed off or that surfaces are not damaged.

Performance Painting Contractors has the team,  the tools and the experience to ensure your industrial  painting project is a success.

Whether you need waterblasting or speciality coatings for your equipment, our crews can take care of you and your facility with the utmost skills and respect.

Here are some of the ways Performance Painting ensures that your project will be successful:

  • All employees must pass a full background check
  • OSHA certified job leaders and OSHA trained staff.
  • All staff are involved in continuous education and training
  • In-house craftsmen training program
  • Only quality-trained employees (No Sub-Contractors)
  • Crew Leaders are CPR certified
  • Safety plan for each project
  • We hire the best by offering benefits and strong structure for advancement
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