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With Stripper's Paint Removal products, AS can remove most decorative finishes.
Combining the application of these products with steam cleaning and low-pressure fine media wet cleaning allows us to restore period and listed buildings to their former glory.
Problems with painted brickwork, such as damp, are usually eradicated.
We also carry out other sorts of paint removal, eg paint removal from car bodies and other automotive parts.
Don't just take our word for how well our methods work.
Just have a look at the before and after shots of this listed property we restored.
The arc spray system is employed worldwide, in countless applications, wherever a metal surface is required to be applied. It is efficient, cost effective and reliable.
Our Arc spray system achieves higher bond strengths than the usual flame spray system, delivers better quality work, is longer lasting and enables us to carry out even the smallest jobs at competitive prices.
Hot zinc enhances components - weather protection, corrosion resistance, conductivity, friction properties, abrasion resistance, particle corrosion, mechanical properties and decorative finishes. It can also be used for repair work on such things as car bodies, surface finish improvements, base for powder coating, corrosion resistance etc.......
All work is blasted to an SA3 standard before carrying out any Hot Zinc Spraying unless otherwise indicated.
The benefit of airless spraying is that air from the immediate environment, which may have a high moisture content, is not mixed with the paint to create atomisation for spraying.
If air is used to atomise paint, it is likely to cause in-built future corrosion due to the trapped moisture. Atomisation by airless spraying is achieved by compression of the paint by a professional plant to form a spray fan.
The high volume application of the pump used means that the operator is able to coat large areas quickly, while achieving necessary paint thickness, to reach the required standards.