Helping You To Get Better Walls
Manufacturing facilities, processing plants, and other heavy-duty properties fall under the scope of industrial painting, preparation, and coating, and as such, the painting contractors must supply aggressive surface preparation procedures and specific coatings for high performance. Due to the importance of providing the protection and effectiveness of industrial paints and coatings, owners and operators must work with professional and licensed painting contractors like Alberta Painting and Renovation Ltd.
Corrosion is mitigated through industrial painting.
One may argue that protecting desired surfaces from rust and corrosion is the most typical application for industrial coatings. Mechanical components might start to fail in just a few months without sufficient protection due to the rigorous nature of industrial processes. Industrial coatings are also necessary for machinery that might be exposed to water in specific situations. Anything that must spend a lot of time outdoors and exposed to the elements is especially susceptible to this. We pay close attention to your demands, working with you from the outset to advise you on the best strategy to complete the task, and staying in touch with you during all project phases.
Equipment for Industrial Painting Fireproofing
A thermochromic fireproofing layer is now present in an increasing number of industrial painting products. By aiding in the containment of the spread of the fire, this feature safeguards buildings and equipment against the risk of fire. Thin film paints that can survive extremely high temperatures for a long time include FireFree, Carboline, and Albi. In a variety of practical applications, these coatings are aesthetically pleasing. Our unique thermochromic paint coatings are frequently utilized in hotels, hospitals, schools, manufacturing sites, and warehouses. As a result, the fire burns more slowly and a less heat-conducting substance is left behind. Both types of fireproofing paint provide safe working conditions for people and things.
Energy Consumption is Reduced by Industrial Painting
Industrial coatings contribute to increased energy efficiency and shouldn’t be disregarded. To reduce their detrimental effects on the overall carbon footprint, large-scale facilities require the efficient operation of their internal systems and machinery. Because of this, energy-saving industrial paints that reflect heat away from walls rather than absorbing it can significantly cut down on energy use and raise building efficiency ratings. These coatings help keep buildings cooler throughout the day and lessen reliance on HVAC systems by using light colors and specifically engineered chemical compounds to reflect heat and sunshine. This is not only frequently very efficient but also reasonably priced in comparison to other approaches.
Across a variety of industrial sectors, including large corporations with manufacturing and distribution facilities, water and sewerage treatment facilities, warehouses, tanks, and chemical storage facilities, our expert team has decades of experience in complying with safety and industry regulations. For your upcoming industrial painting project, give us a call right now.