Hi-Temp Coatings

September 02, 2014
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Lancaster, PA
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Project:

Abrasive blast  40’ Exhaust Stacks with Torbo blast unit in Chester County Pennsylvania.  Then recoat with hi-temp tolerant paint

Coating Contractor:

PennCoat, Inc

1921 McFarland Dr

Landisville, PA 17538

Size of Contractor

18-25 people

Size of Crew

5 crew members

Substrate

Steel

Condition of Substrate

Failed Coating.  Rusty.

Size of Job

(4) 50”D x 42’ exhaust stacks

Duration:

5 Working Days

Unusual Factors/Challenges

-          Required High Temp Coating

-          Required rust inhibitor to prevent flash rusting

Materials/Processes

-          Used Zero-Emissions Torbo Blasting unit with Black Beauty grit.

-          Cleaned all surface with high pressure water and Holt-Tight to prevent Flash rusting.

-          2 coats of PPG Hi-Temp 1027 at 6mils per coat

Safety Considerations

-          PennCoat prepares a site specific safety plan for all jobs.

-          Eye protection

-          Working from Heights


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