For 120 years, Industrial painting has been and continues to be our primary business. Over a century of experience provides the foundation that supports the Conomos reputation for superior quality, exceptional service, and technical excellence.
Our Industrial Painting Service
As the many industries we serve have different and sometimes unique needs, our workforce of highly trained union painters has the training to complete your industrial painting and coating project safely and efficiently using the latest technologies, techniques, and equipment.
We provide a broad range of routine to specialized industrial painting services, including containment and lead abatement, and proudly list an impressive number of prestigious clients and noteworthy projects. We are also familiar with the latest paint products and technologies available from manufacturers and can make recommendations as needed.
Concrete coating is a service provided to industries where the concrete floors need to be painted, and where concrete walls are required to meet safety requirements.
The problem is that concrete is incredibly difficult to paint because of its porous nature and the ease with which cracks occur over time.
Special concrete coating services can help extend the life of the concrete while making it easier for company personnel to move around the floor. This is particularly true in manufacturing and warehousing buildings where floors need to be marked for traffic and logistical flow.
Tank lining provides additional protection against corrosion in steel tanks. Since tanks are usually used to store corrosive substances, such as a petroleum, solvents, and chemicals, a special paint is required.
You want a company that knows how to optimize the application of the paint so that the tank will withstand the destructive aspects of the substances it contains.
Paint makes buildings and businesses look more aesthetically pleasing while resisting normal wear and tear. The longevity of high performance can reduce how often you need to have your business repainted.
What Is INDUSTRIAL PAINTING?
Industrial painting describes the field of corrosion control that includes Industrial facilities and equipment. Industrial coatings are applied in highly corrosive and sometimes difficult settings such as chemical processing plants, power generation facilities, natural gas transmission facilities, and more. It includes the removal and remediation of existing coatings, surface preparation and blast cleaning, and the application of new coatings.
There are several important factors to consider when planning and completing an industrial painting project. These factors include substrate material, chemical exposure, atmospheric conditions, and required lifespan of the new coating system.
Working with an experienced industrial painting contractor with many years of experience can be the difference in the success of a project.
Conomos performed the painting on the Cooper River Bridge (Ravennel Bridge) in Charleston for me a few years back and I highly recommend their firm. They did an excellent job for us on an extremely difficult project and have proven to be a most reputable and fair company.Wade Watson
Certifications & Operator Qualifications
As an SSPC certified contractor, we at Conomos will provide you with the confidence that your industrial painting project will be completed to the highest levels of your expectations. With Conomos, you can expect quality, safety, and on-time performance.
Conomos prioritizes the training of our workforce and staying current with the necessary industry certifications, including SSPC and NACE. We also can accommodate customer specific operator qualifications and safety training. These operator qualifications are managed through different software such as ISNetworld and Veriforce.
Surface Preparation Methods
At Conomos, we can prepare and paint a variety of metal structures such as buildings, conveyors, pipelines, and storage tanks.
Depending on the situation and specifics of the project, Conomos uses a wide variety of surface preparations and abrasive blast media in industrial painting.
Common Abrasive Blast Cleaning:
Steel Grit · Steel shot · Glass Beads · Crushed Beads · Coal Slag · Corn Cob · Garnet · Soda · Dry Ice · Wallnut Shells · Sponge
Ultra-High Pressure Water Jetting
HAND AND POWER TOOL CLEANING
Our extensive experience includes working with companies from a wide range of industries
Natural Gas Transmission · Petrochemical · Chemical · Power Generation
Paper/Pulp · Steel & Other Metals · Amusement Parks · Industrial Construction
Have a Question About Your Industrial Painting Project?
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