Painter Ready Industrial Painters
The authority when it comes to industrial painters in Chattanooga
If you have a manufacturing facility, processing plant, or other heavy-duty property then you need your paint to be beyond mere aesthetics. That’s going to take a specific paint and quality industrial painters. We at Painter Ready have the experience to ensure that quality.
What is industrial painting?
Industrial painting focuses on preventative protection as opposed to your average decorative paint job, think function over form. The result is a protective layer of paint that will withstand the hard-working conditions it will be exposed to. After an industrial painter has done their job well, your surfaces will be less prone to corrosion. That’s why it is crucial for the owners to turn to experienced industrial painters who know how to deliver the protection and efficiency of industrial paints and coatings.
Chances are you have seen industrial painted:
- Manufacturing Plants
- Industrial Locations
- Metal Buildings
- And features within these areas such as safety lines and tour routes
Why should you invest in industrial painting?
To prevent rust.
To fireproof your equipment.
To reduce the energy consumption of your building.
Large-scale facilities often require a significant amount of cooling to keep them comfortable, but running air conditioners can be expensive and hurt a business’s carbon footprint. This is why reflective industrial paints which bounce heat away from walls instead of absorbing it can go a long way toward reducing a building’s energy consumption.
STEP 1: Free Professional Estimate
STEP 2: Light Wash
STEP 3: Priming
STEP 4: Determining Preferences
STEP 5: Painting
STEP 6: Cleaning
STEP 7: Inspection
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s Different about the application process?
- Classifications of environment and corrosivity, such as pollution, temperature, humidity, and exposure to both fresh and sea or brackish water.
- Types of surfaces, substrates, and surface preparation. Industrial painting involves a diverse range of substrates like concrete and metal and surfaces and structures that may include machinery, tanks, and piping systems.
- Protective paint systems, including acrylic, alkyd, epoxy, polyurethane, and other specialized ones like chlorinated rubber.
- Other standards and specifications include ASTM paint and related coating standards and AMPP corrosion and coatings standards.
What are the methods to apply the paint?
We do roller and paintbrush applications when needed, but airless sprayers are almost always faster, more efficient, and controllable.
What surfaces can be painted? (I don’t like this, but I thought we may need to include some of these words somewhere. Can we just put them in the metadata?)
Cement, Brick, Block, Metal, Ductwork, Pipes, Machinery.