Eagle Tank Painting Roe Paint - The Eagle Tank Painting Experts! HomeEagle PaintingTank Painting Watch Our 1 Minute Video Eagle Tank Painting When it comes to painting tanks, a Boise painting company must be able to navigate and execute a long and detailed list of procedures that need to be done to finish the job. They need to be able to work in confined spaces, on scaffolding, and be qualified in lead abatement. Furthermore, it is best if they are engaged in ongoing training to keep up with proper safety procedures and regulations. Why Paint Steel Tanks Steel tanks are part of many industrialized companies. They are often prone to corrosion. When rust is spotted underneath the protective coating on a steel tank, that means that the integrity of the entire structure could be compromised. When you undertake a tank painting job, there are things to be accounted for. The preparation in washing of the exterior of the tank may not be all that you have to do. There may be repairs that need to be done including welding. At Roe Painting, we are fully equipped and experienced enough to come in and take over tank painting initiatives from the ground up. Safety & Painting Tanks There are many safety concerns when it comes to painting the interior of tanks in Boise. Working in confined spaces brings its own batch of considerations that need to be met. The nature of the material stored inside of the tank can determine whether or not there are poisonous or dangerous fumes building up inside or near the bottom of the tank structure. In these cases, a company will need to appoint a single person as a "hole watcher". This person will maintain continual visual monitoring of the entrance to the confined space and radio contact with the crew inside. If there is a buildup of fumes that's causing a problem, then the crew will need to spend. Of time in and out of the confined space to work so that they do not suffer any negative effects from the fumes. There's a need for testing under OSHA's standards and regulations for working in a confined space. There's also need for ventilation in the workspace, and fall protection. The size and height of tanks vary widely. and this can add a bunch of unknown variables into the equation up until you get to the job site, unless they are discussed beforehand. How Painting Tanks Protect them from Elements Painting a tank can offer it protection from the elements and from what it holds. You do not want to see rusted tanks, that is a sign that the tank is crumbling. You should address rust and welding needs immediately. One thing you need to think about is what company you're going to hire for the job. It is very important that the contractor you choose be certified, experienced, adapt, knowledgeable, and professional. The contractor you choose should be able to answer all of your questions from beginning to end. Why Choose Roe Paint to Paint your Eagle Tank Choose a contractor who has good reviews online or, you can choose to ask people around you who have used tank painting services in your area. It is best to go with the contractor who has good remarks and stellar results from the customers who they have serviced already. be sure that the contractor you choose has the right kind of high-tech equipment and machinery for the job. Be sure they have invested in having plenty of this machinery and equipment around. Make sure you get an estimate for the job before anything starts and be sure to go over any questions you may have with the contractor before the initiative begins. At Roe Painting, our goal is to meet your needs and give you 100% complete customer satisfaction from beginning to end. We are experienced, knowledgeable, and we have the tools, machinery, and other necessities to paint your tank and give you spectacular results. call us today to see if there's anything we can do for you! Contact us for More Information! test Please enter your name. Your email Please enter a valid email. Your message Please enter a message. Send Message Sent! Message failed. Please try again. Check out our gallery Check out some of our most recent tank painting projects!