Industrial Coatings - Midland-Odessa Paint Pro
Industrial coatings were designed protect the surface area from potential damage. They differ from sealing agents that simply give the surface a defined finish and mildly protect it, while industrial coatings perform as the stronger agents. Industrial coatings help extend the shelf life of the surface area which has been laid, painted, or poured. With industrial coatings added to the top of your surfaces, you’ll likely notice a difference in the appearance and functionality of your surface. Industrial coatings can add levels of water and fire-resistant to the surface that may otherwise not exist with standard sealing agents.
The purpose of industrial coatings is to provide an unbeatable layer of protection to particular surfaces such as concrete. Industrial coatings add a hardened layer on top of a surface to ensure that other materials can’t scathe, scratch, or dent the surface area below. Not only that, but they can help prolong the effective use of your surface for many years to come – especially if that surface sees a lot of foot traffic of use from heavy duty machinery. With industrial coatings, they often make the surface easier to clean along with more durable for long-term use.
Similar to applying paint to other surfaces, applying industrial coatings to concrete or interior surfaces requires the area to be clean and free of dust and debris. In doing so, this ensure that the industrial coating is able to perform at maximum capacity and without interference. We thoroughly clean and dust the area before applying an industrial coating and are sure to get in into every corner, edge, and crevice of the area available. Not having the entire surface covered in the coating material can lead to patched damaged that could easily spread if not treated. To avoid this, we go over our coatings multiple times and check for quality assurance before claiming the job complete.
When using industrial coatings for your surfaces, there are number to choose from and consider. Each have their own unique properties that make them viable choices amongst clients for varying reasons. The types of industrial coatings include epoxy, polyurethane and fluoropolymer. These three types of industrial coatings are the most common for their indoor use in kitchens, bathrooms, and garage surfaces. Epoxy flooring can often be found in garages or industrial uses such as commercial properties and warehouses. For the others, they’re often used for indoor uses regarding the kitchen or bathroom.
When using industrial coatings on your surfaces, you should always have them applied by a professional. We’re licensed painters that have years of experience in the use of industrial coatings and we know how to apply them with ease. Due to their strong chemical makeup, it is important that they are applied to a prepared surface and with professional tools. After the industrial coating has been applied, its drying time is also crucial to ensuring that it is completely dried and able to perform with maximum potential.