Corrosion Control for Commercial and Industrial Businesses
Saturday, June 16, 2012
One of the costliest overhead costs for a commercial enterprise, particularly in the manufacturing sector, is that of corrosion. Not only does rust corrode pipes, walls and machinery, but it corrodes profit. Not good. And this is where a professional, quality paint job surpasses a cheap stop-gap job that needs constant repair and re-painting.
Prep work is key. In fact, it is more than key—it is absolutely essential and cost-effective. The best paint application in the world will not prevent corrision if the surface isn't prepped properly. Lakeside Painting sees this all the time when we're brought into repair cheap and hasty work.
To do this properly, the painter must thoroughly clean the surface. This is a job in and of itself. Since there are various surfaces such as brick, aluminum, steel and galvanized metal, etc., various types of preparation will be required.
Application of Paint
For paint application, the first step is paint selection. The right paint will do the right job and will save commercial and industrial business owners a lot of money in the long run. Painting interiors is fundamentally different from painting exteriors. Weather conditions must be taken into account when selecting a corrosion control paint. Humidity, for instance, demands specific paints.
Paint is typically applied by sprayers since it is the most efficient and fast application method. However, brushes can be used for tough angles and rollers can be substituted for a sprayer in smaller commercial spaces.
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