Petrochemical Sector

As a company we have the ability to work within areas such as the petrochemical industry

Petrochemical

Petrochemical sites present an array of different maintenance issues.  From chemical bunds and tank linings to passive fire protection it is imperative that the correct coating systems are utilised and can perform under pressure.

As a company we have the ability to work within areas such as the petrochemical industry and provide a valuable service to our clients.  A firm understanding of client requirements is important alongside the ability to provide a quality driven turnkey solution.  

Our company has several robust relationships with International coating manufacturers that can provide us with products specifically designed to deal with the maintenance issues created by the processes and environment within a petrochemical site. We have extensive experience in the use of composite repair products that can eliminate down time.  Coupled with our knowledge of protective coatings and their application we can offer our clients a solution to many of the issues faced on a daily basis.

Passive fire protection plays an important role within the petrochemical industry.  We hold all of the major licences and approvals for modified epoxy PFP including:

Passive Fire Protection

 

Cryogenic spill protection is a solution we also offer clients within the petrochemical industry working with Sherwin-Williams we hold the M89 approval for this application.

Case Studies

Liquid Applied Insulation

Specialist Painting Group participatedin the successful executionof a new liquid applied insulation technology. The project was carried out on a major...

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Reactor Tanks

SPG have implemented RPR heat induction technology to remove the existing coating system from seven reactor tanks inside a potable water facility. ...

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Royal Victoria Overgrou...

Royal Victoria Station which is one of the station assets on the East and Central Routes of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR). Areas of the structure ...

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