We use both latex paints and epoxy depending on the which type of coating the project requires. Most of the painting we do is applied with a sprayer. We will install and remove hoarding to protect surrounding areas from over-spray where needed.
When finishing sensitive areas or touch ups we will use a brush or roller.
The paint gun allows a productivity that is a lot greater than that of the roller and brush. You can easily imagine that the roller is not the ideal tool to paint a corrugated aluminum sheet. Moreover, with the spray painting tool, we don’t need to go get more paint as often as we did with the paint brush, because the paint sprayer is directly connected to a large paint container.
Latex paints are compatible with epoxy and they do an adequate job of protecting the epoxy barrier from UV radiation. In many architectural applications, latex paint may be the most suitable coating to use. . Epoxy paint is an excellent choice for covering garage, basement and patio floors. Epoxy coating uses a chemical mix of two liquid components, epoxy resin and hardener, to create a tough, solvent-resistant finish that can be applied to floors, stairs and railings.
We have successfully blasted and painted the interiors and exteriors of numerous buildings, machinery, equipment, and masonry.
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