1. To begin painting a commercial/industrial ceiling, first, you need to cover any areas that you’re not painting, or you do not want over-spray on. When painting your ceiling, you would want to use a product designed to fall dry. Most industrial and commercial ceiling painters use a paint that falls dry when spraying. Most commercial painting companies market and carry bulk 55-gallon drums of (dry-fall) and by request, can deliver the needed product to the job site. Covering all equipment, floors, storage racks, and product stock with a layer of 1.5 mil 12 feet x 200 feet plastic.
Industrial buildings require maintenance like any other asset. Industrial buildings sometimes need special coatings to ensure longevity and withstand a variety of elements and may also require paint that is free from impurities. Phoenix Tech International, a special coatings applications painting contractor, has over 35 years of experience in industrial painting application processes.
We have completed projects in industrial buildings ranging from:Plants, factories & manufacturing facilities Metal deck ceilings in shops Warehouses Storage facilities Secondary containment tanks Industrial buildings & industrial units Machinery Equipment Stamping Presses Injection molds Concrete floor coatings Metal siding Metal roofs Metal
Take a look at a near finished 500,000sf ceiling and wall painting job. We have what it takes to complete any scale job within the USA.
Check out a short video of us in action cob blasting a foundry ceiling in Cleveland, Ohio.