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Surface Cleanliness

A clean and well prepared surface is crucial for a successful coating performance.

The pre-treatment process of an industrial coating job often consumes more time and budget than the actual paint application itself. 

Surface preparation
There are various methods and systems to prepare a surface prior to the coating application. Depending on the pro...

A clean and well prepared surface is crucial for a successful coating performance.

The pre-treatment process of an industrial coating job often consumes more time and budget than the actual paint application itself. 

Surface preparation
There are various methods and systems to prepare a surface prior to the coating application. Depending on the project and job specifications one could choose for hand cleaning like brushing, grinding or using needle hammers. Often grit blasting is utilised or shot blasting in automatic line for example. If no anchor pattern is required or already in place (ultra) high pressure water jetting, chemical cleaning or a simple wash down might be the solution. 

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  • Roughness and Blasting Profile

    Surface profile
    Surface profile, also addressed as surface roughness or anchor pattern is another parameter that plays an important role in the surface prep process. Besides a clean surface a certain roughness may be required to assure proper adhesion of the paint or coating to the surface.

  • Soluble salts / Chlorides

    Cleanliness
    Cleanliness is providing information about the level of contaminants which are left on the surface. This contamination could be (blast) dust, soluble salts like chlorides, old paint residues, oil and fat, (flash) rust, mil scale, condensation and moisture, amines, etc.. 

    Surface contamination can be caused in many different ways like insufficient cleaning, residue left after (acid) rain showers, sea salt left on the surface in maritime environments, soluble salts introduced by contaminated recycled blasting media and many others. 

  • Cleanliness

    Cleanliness
    Cleanliness is providing information about the level of contaminants which are left on the surface. This contamination could be (blast) dust, soluble salts like chlorides, old paint residues, oil and fat, (flash) rust, mil scale, condensation and moisture, amines, etc.. 

  • UV-Inspection and Optical...

    UV-Inspection and Optical Inspection

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