Specialists in structural and asset remediation and protection. With NACE trained and accredited protective coating inspectors, our quality systems are second to none, giving our clients assurance that our work will stand in the harshest of environments.
As specialists in the application of protective coatings, we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver a superior service with a commitment to exceeding our client’s expectations in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. Our professional team are able to provide you with advice on a range of surface preparation and coating options to suit your needs.
Our coating systems are designed to meet the diversity of exposure situations and have been tested to ensure long-lasting durability in any circumstance. Our range includes a diverse set of coating types, from conventional solvent based to solvent free alternative and water based technology and are significant and helpful for:
- Rust control/Effective corrosion
- Reducing the effects of wear and tear
- Creating maximum strength
- Creating an extended lifespan for your steel product or structure
- Long-term chemical resistance and tightness
- Long-term thermal resistance
- Long-term mechanical resistance
- Adhesion to substrate surface (steel, concrete)
- Resistance to ageing
- Non-slip properties and decontamination capability
- Ability to bridge cracks (for concrete substrate)
- Physiologically tolerable
- Electrical dispersion capability
Components in processing plants are subject to a wide variety of corrosive stresses. In particular, they are subjected to chemicals such as acids, alkalis, salt solutions, organic solvents, various other chemicals and water vapour, whereby the corrosive potential may often be increased due to high temperatures or temperature fluctuations. Tanks, pipes, reaction towers, gas scrubbers etc. are also frequently subject to mechanical stresses such as pressure or abrasion.
Our range of coating systems can resist higher chemical concentrations over longer periods and meet occupational safety regulations. To handle long-term or permanent attack by corrosive media on components requiring protection, materials need to be selected which are also capable of coping with permeation. This is particularly relevant for chemicals with small molecules (hydrochloric acid, ammonia, water) where operating temperatures are higher than the ambient temperature, since permeation is accelerated as the temperature rises.
Contact one of our friendly team to discuss how we can help you apply the right coating solution for your individual business requirements.