While painting is usually a pretty simple and relatively cheap duty when it’s done in easily available areas it can become substantially more demanding and costly when working with substantial industrial facilities. Buildings including water towers, smoke stacks, cranes, wind turbines, storage tanks and silos could be tough because a number of the materials requiring paint are not normally designed to be reached.
Traditionally companies have spent substantial sums of money to set up workers in these spots using scaffolding, elevated work platforms man baskets and swing stage to accomplish relatively small amounts of work. Often these procedures need diverting traffic, possibly extensive costly closures and the rental of costly specialized equipment. Regularly when painting large structures and conducting other raised maintenance work, scaffolding can make up as much as half% of the price.
Rope access supplies a more flexible, cost efficient option to paint these large surfaces. A1 scs’s Technicians are put in these tough areas making use of personal rope systems which are quickly and efficiently assembled and taken apart. Our professionals can safely and quickly rappel or reach these locations to perform surface preparation, and industrial caulk application without having a considerable footprint on the floor underneath and without a lot of costly scaffolding, or heavy equipment.
- Paint Applications (Brush, Roller or Spray)
- Paint Removal (Pressure Washing, Sand Blasting, Mechanical)
- Containment Systems
- Inspection (NACE Inspectors)
- Spot fixes and Touch ups
- Protective Coatings