Silos and Bulk Storage Tanks
Painting Silos and Bulk Storage Tanks
Painting and maintaining your silos and storage tanks for aesthetical and protective purposes is essential. We have the know how to maintain and protect your structures against the elements which are constantly endeavouring to destroy them.
We blast and coat tanks and silos most commonly used in the following industries: Petrochemical, Oil & Gas, Pulp & Paper, Chemical Processing, Food Processing, Mining & Metals, Pharmaceutical, Utility, and Vessel Lining applications.
Our preparation services including sandblasting, shot blasting, ultra-high-pressure washing, and CO2 blasting and job specific solutions.
We can use low-VOC or no-VOC products, perform lead paint abatement and rust encapsulation, and our corrosion protection carries a warranty of up to 10 years.
Interior Tank Linings & Silo Linings
When the interior lining of your silos and tanks become worn, we have specialist crew available to restore inner linings of tanks and silos where corrosion is present. It is all about protecting the structural integrity for the future.
We install thin film, thick film, and fiberglass reinforced linings. Interior Standard Epoxy Linings & Coatings.
Proven phenolic epoxy tank lining – dependable performance. The PHENGUARD range is recognized as the market leader in the tank lining field, with over 20 million m2 having been applied for aggressive chemical and refined product storage. To maximize profitability in a very competitive market place, tank farm operators need a tank lining that can resist an exceptionally wide range of chemicals and cargoes, including aggressive products such as methanol, EDC and fatty acids. PHENGUARD has proven to be the ideal choice for customers requiring the best and most versatile protection for their tanks and Silos.
Confined Space Entry
Certain projects especially tank linings and vessel linings are designated as confined entry (a worker could become quickly incapacitated by becoming exposed to fumes from painting). We always carry out a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks for all work activities to decide what measures are necessary for safety (under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, regulation 3). For work in confined spaces this means identifying the hazards present, assessing the risks and determining what precautions to take and using only fully compliant crews.
Why not contact us today and speak to the Industrial Painting Project Management experts.
With 40 years of experience you can trust us to get the job done right. Call us now on 0330 124 2616.