Services

We work across all industry sectors, including Commercial, Rail, Energy, Renewables, Petro Chemical and Local Authorities.

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The services we can provide across all industry sectors.

• Fabric maintenance
• Blasting services
• Mechanical preparation
• Protective coatings
• Tank linings
• Fire protection
• Paint inspection
• High Pressure Water Jetting
• Airless Spray Painting
• Brush & Roller Painting
• Graffiti Removal & Prevention Coatings
• Hand Preparation
• Corrosion Protection
• Industrial Cleaning

If there are services you require that are not listed, please get in touch on 0161 775 0132 or info@ceb-coatings.co.uk.

Services
Confined Space Facade Painting Line marking Fabric Maintenance Protective Coatings Work at height Floor coatings Floor Coatings Tank linings Graffiti Removal Abrasive Blasting Fire Protection On Water and Offshore Abrasive Blasting Floor Coatings

Confined Space

Often in the course of painting or maintaining an industrial facility, it becomes necessary to paint in an enclosed or confined space. Working in tight spaces like this requires special training, equipment and safety procedures. In order to complete the painting safely, it is important to hire a proven and certified painting contractor.

With vast knowledge and experience in all kinds of industrial settings, CEB Coatings has the equipment, personnel and infrastructure necessary to paint in confined spaces. Our painting crews are trained and equipped to work safely under all kinds of conditions. If you have a space with limited ingress or egress, whether it is full of machinery, product, utilities or structural elements. Some confined spaces may not be classed as a confined space until works commence, for example if the coating gives off a certain amount of gaseous fumes that are harmful to be inhaled or become flammable in certain conditions. It is important to use a company that has the correct training and working procedures to undertake the works.

Facade Painting

Facade paints are designed not only to decorate the building, but also to protect the facade from the effects of external factors. The walls are subject to constant negative exposure to sunlight, precipitation, sudden changes in temperature, as well as the appearance of fungus and mold. That is why for painting the facade, we use high-quality products with optimal characteristics.

When choosing the correct paint for your project we take in to account the following;

Lightfastness This factor is important, because under the influence of sunlight many paints lose their attractive appearance. You should not choose too bright colors, as muted tones are more resistant to fading. Especially resistant dyes have a special labeling on the packaging that allows you to quickly select the appropriate material;

Vapor permeability This property of the coating means its ability to pass water evaporation. The minimum of moisture allows the coating to hold better, retaining its rich color for many years. Some manufacturers produce paints that allow evaporation only from the inside to the outside;

Resistant to exfoliation and bloating These characteristics are associated with the adhesion of the coating to the facade.

Resistance to adverse environmental effects

Abrasion resistance The number of cleaning and cleaning cycles that paint can withstand depends on this factor. Also taken into account the type of cleaning: dry or wet.

Line marking

Fabric Maintenance

CEB Coatings provides solutions to meet clients’ fabric maintenance and asset integrity needs, with a focus on safety, quality and cost-effective service delivery. Multi-disciplined rope access teams are trained in a range of services, including painting, blasting and inspection. These teams maximize project efficiency while reducing logistical pressures on transport and bed space.

Working with clients, our contract teams identify immediate, medium to long-term integrity requirements and develop tailored solutions to suit the specific situations. Examples are essential work in a shutdown and immediate requirements for corrosion-under-insulation projects.

Competence and training are fundamental elements of this approach, and so dedicated training centers in the UK, work to continually improve our teams’ competence standards. Work packages and associated processes are developed to manage operations and clearly define responsibility and methodology to ensure the project is delivered safely, within budget and on time.

We provide fast, effective support and a single point of contact for all fabric maintenance services to reduce interfaces and administrative burden.

Protective Coatings

A protective coating is a layer of material applied to the surface of another material with the intent of inhibiting or preventing corrosion. A protective coating may be metallic or non-metallic. Protective coatings are applied using a variety of methods, and can be used for many other purposes besides corrosion prevention.

Commonly used materials in non-metallic protective coatings include polymers, epoxies and polyurethanes. Materials used for metallic protective coatings include zinc, aluminum and chromium.

A zinc coating over steel is an example of a reactive protective coating. The zinc reacts with the atmosphere more readily than the steel, thus preventing the oxidation of the steel.

A protective coating can be painted on, sprayed on, plated on or even welded onto a material. Polymer coatings are commonly sprayed on. Zinc protective coatings are typically applied by the electroplating or hot dipping method.

A protective coating is not necessarily limited to corrosion prevention. A protective coating can also be used to increase a material's wear resistance and aesthetic appeal. A protective coating can provide water resistance or electrical properties that the material did not have prior to the protective coating being applied.

Work at height

With the help of our partners at CEB Access, we can provide coating applications in even the most hard to reach areas.
Visit their website to see their vast experience and expertise while working at height. CEB Access

Floor coatings

Anti-slip Epoxy Resin Flooring Coatings

An epoxy resin flooring coating for an area where there is a risk of slipping. This can be an internal or external surface in the work place, schools, ramps etc which may get wet or be a smooth finish that increases the chance of a slip related accident. An anti-slip resin flooring coating can be used to make the surface slip resistant. To make people aware of the slip hazard, colours and designs can be incorporated. When the epoxy resin flooring coating is applied, the cured epoxy resin coating will give a textured finish that gives a high amount of grip for the person or machine crossing the surface

Decorative Epoxy Resin Flooring Coatings

Decorative epoxy resin floor coatings are designed to transform environments, with glossy, highly reflective, bright colours and designs. These decorative epoxy coatings are often used in showrooms, shops, and even work place entrances to add a ‘wow’ factor or to complement the products or services being sold. Decorative epoxy resin flooring coatings have an unlimited range of designs that can be achieved by a highly competent installer. From a metal look floor to a bold butterfly design, epoxy flooring coatings can be used to create unique environments internally and externally.

Floor Protection Coatings

Floor coatings designed for surface protection can often be seen in car parks and industrial warehouses where the floor is subject to high mechanical loadings or chemical exposure. These forms of coatings can also include different colours, textures and can be designed specifically around the installed environment.

Anti Static Floor Coatings

Anti static epoxy resin flooring coating is used in electrostatic sensitive areas, for example chemical manufacturing plants, where highly flammable chemicals could ignite with a static spark. Anti static epoxy resin flooring coatings can be incorporated in all of the above floor coatings.

Damp Proof Membrane

In case of rising damp, e.g. where suitable waterproofing does not exist or is defective, Epoxy damp proof membrane systems provide a great measure of protection against rising damp and the associated problems and, depending on the system applied, can even withstand heavy loads. They can also be placed on practically any substrate.

If you require help or advice in choosing the right flooring coating product please feel free to contact us and speak to one of our technical advisors on 0161 775 0132.

Floor Coatings

Anti-slip Epoxy Resin Flooring Coatings

An epoxy resin flooring coating for an area where there is a risk of slipping. This can be an internal or external surface in the work place, schools, ramps etc which may get wet or be a smooth finish that increases the chance of a slip related accident. An anti-slip resin flooring coating can be used to make the surface slip resistant. To make people aware of the slip hazard, colours and designs can be incorporated. When the epoxy resin flooring coating is applied, the cured epoxy resin coating will give a textured finish that gives a high amount of grip for the person or machine crossing the surface

Decorative Epoxy Resin Flooring Coatings

Decorative epoxy resin floor coatings are designed to transform environments, with glossy, highly reflective, bright colours and designs. These decorative epoxy coatings are often used in showrooms, shops, and even work place entrances to add a ‘wow’ factor or to complement the products or services being sold. Decorative epoxy resin flooring coatings have an unlimited range of designs that can be achieved by a highly competent installer. From a metal look floor to a bold butterfly design, epoxy flooring coatings can be used to create unique environments internally and externally.

Floor Protection Coatings

Floor coatings designed for surface protection can often be seen in car parks and industrial warehouses where the floor is subject to high mechanical loadings or chemical exposure. These forms of coatings can also include different colours, textures and can be designed specifically around the installed environment.

Anti Static Floor Coatings

Anti static epoxy resin flooring coating is used in electrostatic sensitive areas, for example chemical manufacturing plants, where highly flammable chemicals could ignite with a static spark. Anti static epoxy resin flooring coatings can be incorporated in all of the above floor coatings.

Damp Proof Membrane

In case of rising damp, e.g. where suitable waterproofing does not exist or is defective, Epoxy damp proof membrane systems provide a great measure of protection against rising damp and the associated problems and, depending on the system applied, can even withstand heavy loads. They can also be placed on practically any substrate.

If you require help or advice in choosing the right flooring coating product please feel free to contact us and speak to one of our technical advisors on 0161 775 0132.

Tank linings

In order for high performance and durability to be achieved, tank linings have to be used to protect the interior and the exterior surfaces from damage. This has led to the use of epoxy elastomeric products sprayed on the surfaces of these tanks to achieve a membrane that forms a resilient layer of protection. The use of primers with synthetic polymer products is highly practiced in this process.

Since the beginning of the 20th century, high-density cement motor lining has been used as a form of tank lining. Factors that make it a suitable lining method in tanks are:

The absorption rate of oxygen and moisture is minimal.
The pH of the lining creates an oxide on the surface of metallic surfaces, thus preventing further corrosion.
The lining has self-healing properties and is also easily repaired with minimum preparations.
The characteristics of a good tank lining should:

Create an impermeable barrier
It must fully adhere to the substrate
It should seal all the gaps
A continuous series of coatings on the surface of the tank protects the tank from further corrosion by preventing corrosion agents by keeping liquids in or out depending on the storage facility. Geo-membrane made from textiles, polymers and composites is largely used in modern tank lining.

Graffiti Removal

 

We have the experience and knowledge of removing all types of graffiti such as, spray can, permanent marker, pen, crayon and paint. We also specialise in removal and cleaning from all substrates such as brickwork, sandstone & other natural stone, painted surfaces, wood, metal, glass, plastic or polyurethane, vinyl, siding and more.

We provide environmentally friendly graffiti removal services. This is important because some less expensive graffiti removers can contain a highly toxic compound called Methylene Chloride, a known toxin to every micro organism on the planet. It is banned in many countries, non-biodegradable and can remain a threat to health if it is not contained and removed. We only use graffiti removers that do not contain this harmful compound

Abrasive Blasting

Steel Shot & Grit: Steel abrasive is a cost-effective alternative to other abrasives due to its toughness and high recyclability. It can be used on a variety of surfaces to effectively remove contaminants, texture a surface for proper adherence of a final coating, or in peening (hardening) applications. The correct size, hardness and shape play a significant role in the proper media selection.

Glass Beads: Glass is not as aggressive a blasting media as other materials, such as steel shot or silicon carbide. However, it is an excellent choice for applications that require a softer, brighter finish. It is well suited for stainless steel applications. Glass beads can also be recycled multiple times.

Aluminum Oxide: Aluminum oxide is characterized by its superior hardness and strength. It can be found in applications ranging from anti-slip surfaces, industrial applications as a blasting media, and as a raw material in refractories. It is designed for abrasive pressure blasting of almost any type of substrate: glass, granite, marble, and steel. Due to its ability to deeply etch it is used in the preparation of surfaces prior to painting or coatings.

Plastics: Plastic abrasive is a dry thermoset cleaning media made from crushed urea, polyester or acrylic. Each varying and available in a range of hardness and particle size. Plastic is generally regarded as the best media for mold cleaning, blasting of plastic parts, or in applications where the removal of the substrate material is not permitted. Common industries include automotive, aviation, boating, electronics and industrial applications.

Silicon Carbide: Silicon carbide is the hardest abrasive blasting material available, making it the best choice for your most challenging surface finishing applications. It is available in various colors and purities. Its primary use ranges from bonded abrasive tools, lapping, polishing, glass etching and general purpose heavy duty blast cutting applications.

Walnut Shells: Walnut shell abrasive is a hard naturally occurring material made from crushed walnut shells. It is the harder of the soft abrasives, available in a variety of sizes for blast cleaning and polishing softer surfaces that could incur damage from harsher abrasives. Typical applications include polishing of soft metals, fiberglass, wood, plastic and stone. It can also be used in tumbling operations for polishing gems and jewelry.

Fire Protection

Fire protection is typically applied to structural steel elements to maintain the integrity of a structure in the event of a fire

Steel loses half of its load bearing capacity at around 550°C, and this is often referred to as the critical failure temperature

There are two main types of wet applied fire protection: cementitious and intumescent coatings (sometimes referred to as passive fire protection).

Intumescent coatings work by forming a high volume of insulating char that reduces the amount of heat transferred to the steel, thereby slowing down the time taken to reach the critical failure temperature

Intumescent coatings fall into two categories which relate to two different fire scenarios

Cellulosic fire protection products are designed for steel components in buildings which contain combustible materials derived from wood, plastics, etc.

Hydrocarbon fire protection products are designed for structures which may be subjected to the combustion of materials derived from petroleum and other highly flammable materials

The rate of temperature rise of a hydrocarbon fire is significantly faster than for a cellulosic fire and hydrocarbon fires create more turbulence

Cellulosic fire protection products are typically based on thermoplastic resins and produce a very high rate of expansion

Hydrocarbon fire protection is usually based on epoxy which doesn’t give a particularly high volume of char, but the char produced is more dense and able to remain attached to the steel under highly turbulent fire scenarios. Thicker dry films of coating are usually required

On Water and Offshore

Marine coatings are high-performance, specialist finishes supplied to the ship building, coastal, offshore (oil & gas) and pleasure craft markets. Typically subject to harsh environments and requiring regular maintenance or repair, marine coatings need to provide an exceptionally high level of protection.

Abrasive Blasting

Steel abrasive is a cost-effective alternative to other abrasives due to its toughness and high recyclability. It can be used on a variety of surfaces to effectively remove contaminants, texture a surface for proper adherence of a final coating, or in peening (hardening) applications.  The correct size, hardness and shape play a significant role in the proper media selection.

Glass Beads: Glass is not as aggressive a blasting media as other materials, such as steel shot or silicon carbide. However, it is an excellent choice for applications that require a softer, brighter finish. It is well suited for stainless steel applications.  Glass beads can also be recycled multiple times.

Aluminum oxide is characterized by its superior hardness and strength. It can be found in applications ranging from anti-slip surfaces, industrial applications as a blasting media, and as a raw material in refractories. It is designed for abrasive pressure blasting of almost any type of substrate: glass, granite, marble, and steel. Due to its ability to deeply etch it is used in the preparation of surfaces prior to painting or coatings.

Plastic abrasive is a dry thermoset cleaning media made from crushed urea, polyester or acrylic. Each varying and available in a range of hardness and particle size. Plastic is generally regarded as the best media for mold cleaning, blasting of plastic parts, or in applications where the removal of the substrate material is not permitted.  Common industries include automotive, aviation, boating, electronics and industrial applications.

Silicon Carbide: Silicon carbide is the hardest abrasive blasting material available, making it the best choice for your most challenging surface finishing applications. It is available in various colors and purities. Its primary use ranges from bonded abrasive tools, lapping, polishing, glass etching and general purpose heavy duty blast cutting applications.

Walnut Shells: Walnut shell abrasive is a hard naturally occurring material made from crushed walnut shells. It is the harder of the soft abrasives, available in a variety of sizes for blast cleaning and polishing softer surfaces that could incur damage from harsher abrasives. Typical applications include polishing of soft metals, fiberglass, wood, plastic and stone. It can also be used in tumbling operations for polishing gems and jewelry.

Floor Coatings

Anti-slip Epoxy Resin Flooring Coatings

An epoxy resin flooring coating for an area where there is a risk of slipping. This can be an internal or external surface in the work place, schools, ramps etc which may get wet or be a smooth finish that increases the chance of a slip related accident. An anti-slip resin flooring coating can be used to make the surface slip resistant. To make people aware of the slip hazard, colours and designs can be incorporated. When the epoxy resin flooring coating is applied, the cured epoxy resin coating will give a textured finish that gives a high amount of grip for the person or machine crossing the surface

Decorative Epoxy Resin Flooring Coatings

Decorative epoxy resin floor coatings are designed to transform environments, with glossy, highly reflective, bright colours and designs. These decorative epoxy coatings are often used in showrooms, shops, and even work place entrances to add a ‘wow’ factor or to complement the products or services being sold. Decorative epoxy resin flooring coatings have an unlimited range of designs that can be achieved by a highly competent installer. From a metal look floor to a bold butterfly design, epoxy flooring coatings can be used to create unique environments internally and externally.

Floor Protection Coatings

Floor coatings designed for surface protection can often be seen in car parks and industrial warehouses where the floor is subject to high mechanical loadings or chemical exposure. These forms of coatings can also include different colours, textures and can be designed specifically around the installed environment.

Anti Static Floor Coatings

Anti static epoxy resin flooring coating is used in electrostatic sensitive areas, for example chemical manufacturing plants, where highly flammable chemicals could ignite with a static spark. Anti static epoxy resin flooring coatings can be incorporated in all of the above floor coatings.

Damp Proof Membrane

In case of rising damp, e.g. where suitable waterproofing does not exist or is defective, Epoxy damp proof membrane systems provide a great measure of protection against rising damp and the associated problems and, depending on the system applied, can even withstand heavy loads. They can also be placed on practically any substrate.

If you require help or advice in choosing the right flooring coating product please feel free to contact us and speak to one of our technical advisors on 0161 775 0132.

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