All Day Industrial Painting runs a full-scale in-house coatings operation. We have a strategic relationship with a large-scale abrasive blasting operation so we can support your needs on a turnkey basis. The shop is 36,000 sq. ft., contains three booths that that are air, climate and sprinkler controlled and can accommodate up to 60′ long x 13′ wide. Three 16′ x 14′ grade level doors and heavy lifting capabilities, including four overhead cranes, allow us to support almost any size job. We follow a consistent methodology for each part that enters our facility: Follow this with the icons and process.
Powder Coating is an advanced method of applying a decorative and protective finish to a wide range of products. All quality Powder Coating and liquid paint jobs start with a thorough pretreatment of sandblasting.
The powder coat is a mixture of finely ground particles of pigment and resin. The powder is applied with an electrostatic gun to the negatively grounded part. The powdered part is baked at temperatures up to 425 degrees in a curing oven to achieve a uniform, durable, and high quality attractive finish. The electrostatic process enables the powder painters to get high film builds on your parts. The benefits include:
- High impact resistance
- Uniform control of finish
- Color and texture variety
- Environmentally friendly
Liquid Coating such as water-based coatings, Polyurethanes, Epoxies, CARC coatings are just a few of the liquid coatings that are sprayed at All Day Industrial Painting. Whatever your specifications require, your job can be smooth coated to a Class A finish or textured to match any chip provided.
Detailed masking performed as per blue print specifications. Colors can be matched exactly to meet your needs. Liquid Coatings are an excellent option when powder coating is not feasible. Quality control programs are tailored to each customer’s expectations and needs and may include the following:
- Gloss level
- Mill thickness