Safe and Quality Service for All Pipeline Situations.
Pipelines are a crucial component in the modern transportation of water, oil, gas, and other liquid chemical compounds. Yet for all their helpful function, there’s no denying that miles and miles of above ground pipeline can become a bit of an eyesore. A fresh coat of paint can improve the looks of your pipes while allowing them to perform at full functionality.
Here at Alpine Painting we use nothing but the best for all of our painting jobs. Our epoxy & polyurethane coatings ensure that you’ll be receiving the best results available, providing a heavy duty and durable coating to all of your pipelines. Alpine’s outstanding safety record ensures that your projects will be in capable hands, and we pride ourselves on confined space safety program necessary for work inside pipelines.
Alpine has the ability to provide non-sparking technologies, so the safety during surface preparation or flammable materials running through your pipes will not be an issue. Our extensive sandblasting resources will let you rest assured that Alpine can take care of you assests from the beginning of any project to the very end.
Our services are ideally suited for oil and other petrochemical facilities, power plants, water pipelines, and waste management facilities, as well as any other raised pipelines that may require painting. With our 35 years of experience, Alpine can assure you that your projects will be handled with the utmost care and professionalism.
Call Alpine Painting today and talk to one of our Sales Representatives to find out how Alpine can help you with all your pipeline painting needs.
Rockland County Sewer District No. 1 Pipelines - (Nanuet NY and Blauvelt, NY)
2010 PDCA PIPP – Industrial Exterior
Rockland County Sewer District No. 1 had two (2) locations in New York where their buried sewer lines were exposed and crossed over waterways. Both locations had been insulated over 20+ years earlier. The existing insulation and jacket had suffered severe damage over time and had exposed the pipes to the...