Blasting and Painting

Blasting and Painting

Blasting and Painting

One of the most common ways of preventing corrosion to steel surfaces is to apply protective coatings. The coatings we apply may be an inhibitive, barrier, or sacrificial. The other reason for painting is for decoration, to provide markings or identification.

Abrasive blasting more commonly known as Sandblasting, is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface or remove surface contaminants prior to the protective coating.

Type of Abrasive Blasting Method – Dry Abrasive Method and Wet Abrasive Method

Type of Abrasive Materials – Copper Slag, Steel Grit, Garnet, and Sand.

The Purpose of Surface Preparation – is to clean and to roughen the substrate according to the requirements of the Specification.

  • Specialized Painting & Protective Coating
  • Passive Fire Protection (PFP)
  • Blasting & Painting for Pipe Internal
  • Numbering & Logo
  • Concrete Floor Coating

Specialized Painting & Protective Coating

Industry Standards for Assessing Surface Cleanliness – SSPC ( The Society for Protective Coating ) and NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers).

Airless spraying is the best way to complete big paint jobs fast or apply a glass-smooth finish.

Passive Fire Protection (PFP)

Passive fire protection (PFP), despite its name, is always at work. Based on compartmentation of fire and preventing collapse through structural fire resistance, when properly installed and maintained, your building’s passive fire protection can save lives and assets, and the building itself.

Blasting & Painting for Pipe Internal

Steel pipes for the transport of oil, gas, or water are internally coated for flow efficiency or anti-corrosion purposes. Flow efficiency coatings normally have a dry film thickness between 75 and 100 microns whereas anti-corrosion coatings can have a thickness of up to 1000 Microns. BOMES is providing the internal pipe coating service for ID 150mm and above.

Numbering & Logo

Making the logo and numbering by using rope access or scaffold.

We provide the service and same color code of client requirement.

Concrete Floor Coating

Epoxy floor coatings offer many advantages when compared to other traditional coatings applied over concrete. The following can be considered the most important advantages:

Epoxy coatings will create a shiny high gloss surface. The brightness of an area with epoxy floor can be increased by 200%. It offers a hard wearing durable surface able to withstand heavy and continuous traffic. Epoxy floors are really fast and easy to install. Durable and easy to clean ideal for warehouses and industrial applications, and sometimes no paint is required over the epoxy finishing. Resists oil stains, beads water, and wipes super clean and will create a seamless surface. Epoxy floor, when applied properly can last several years. That can be combined with paints and colors to mask off chips and cracks.

Provide a chemically resistant surface ideal for manufacturing plants. Epoxy floors offer enhanced safety by creating an anti-slip surface, heat, and fire resistant solution to concrete floors. Different patterns can be combined to create driveways and/or identify walk-able areas. Prevent wear and tear on the existing concrete floor. Epoxy floors are considered environmentally friendly solutions. Some of the products used can also be combined with self-leveling products that can be applied over new or old concrete.