Elevated water tank painting is something we pride ourselves in. Tnemec is the supplier of the Hydroflon V700 paint that protects this 1.5 million gallon water tank. Hydroflon is a fluoropolymer which is an excellent choice if the client wants a coating that will last 20 years. This tank supplies water to well over 100,000 residents of its fair city. It stands proud with its new paint job and is ready to take on the next 20 years of its service life.
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Monday, September 18, 2017
Check out a few before and after shots of a tower we painted with aviation orange and white in California. Sitting atop an Art Deco building on Nob Hill in San Francisco, designed by architect Albert Larsen this tower was one of the first in the area. This structure was originally an RCA broadcast radio tower built around the 1930's to deliver clear reception to the city. We used PPG's PSX One on this tower with excellent results to preserve the old strap steel. Turning a dilapidated tower into a beacon that shines for miles and lights up the San Francisco skyline is truly rewarding.
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Thursday, August 3, 2017
Tank logo repainting We repainted the logo on this 1.5 million gallon elevated water storage tank. Using Tnemec's Hydroflon 700 was an excellent choice for longevity and gloss retention. The exterior first had to be cleaned with 5000PSI water and bleach to remove all the mold and mildew before we could repaint the logo. The job also consisted of removing bio-growths on the wet interior of the tank before cleaning and disinfection per AWWA 652 standards
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Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Friday, February 17, 2017
BASE Group coating the new Star Flyer amusement park ride in Denver Colorado. Amusement park ride re-coating and re-conditioning is a part of the coating business we throughly enjoy. This new ride was speced out with Sherwin Williams Acrolon 218 polyurethane paint. Preparation work consisted of degreasers and hot water to remove all oil and containments before applying the Acrolon 218 in custom RAL colors so ever present on amusement park and carnival rides.
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