While painting is generally a reasonably simple and affordable job when it’s done in immediately accessible locations it can become dramatically more demanding and pricy when tackling large industrial structures. Structures including water towers, smoke stacks, motorised hoist, turbines, containers and storerooms may be tough because a number of the materials requiring paint are not normally designed to be accessed.
Traditionally businesses have spent substantial amounts of money to place workers in these locations using scaffolding, elevated work platforms man baskets and swing stage to carry out relatively small amounts of work. Typically these approaches require diverting traffic, possibly lengthy pricey closures and the rental of pricey customized machinery. Frequently when painting substantial structures and performing other elevated upkeep work, scaffolding can account for up to 50% of the price.
Rope access supplies a much more versatile, cost efficient option to paint these large surfaces. A1 scs’s Technicians are placed in these tough locations utilizing personal rope systems which are quickly and effortlessly set up and dismantled. Our specialists can safely and swiftly rappel or reach these locations to perform surface prep work, and industrial caulk application without a considerable footprint on the ground below and without a great deal of pricey 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