Industrial Coatings

Concrete Coatings

Advanced Marine Preservation has extensive experience with dealing with the effects of chloride corrosion and other contaminants on concrete structures and flooring due to exposure to harsh environments – especially in marine applications. However, this is the case with most industrial maintenance applications for flooring and foundation structures, as well. AMP offers a wide range of concrete coating solutions to satisfy most any requirement or regulation to cover waterproofing, non-skid surfacing, chemical containment and the latest Federal regulations such as for LEED certifications.

Plural Component Coating

Plural Component Coating refers to a mobile pump system that combines high-solid materials such as epoxy, polyurethane and/or polyurea in optimal preset ratios when applied to a surface. The protective coatings industry has trended towards using this method of applying coatings due to it’s formulations being less solvent, thus reducing volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) that can harm the environment.

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Intumescent & Fireproof Coatings

Advanced Marine Preservation specializes in industrial and marine structure intumescent coating and other fireproofing structural fireproof applications. These coatings have come a long way in promoting building and vessel safety as well as reducing structural damage during a fire.

Metallized Coatings

Metallize coated products outlast the durability of paint by a factor of more than 2 to 1.  This form of coating is portable and ideal for protective coating of marine vessel and other port structures, bridges, water tanks, dams and locks. Structures of all types can be metallized with the typical materials used for the coating being powdered zinc, aluminum or a combination of both. It is a quick application process generally requiring no cure time once the metal coating is applied.  A major side advantage of metallized coatings using sprayed zinc or aluminum is the elimination of polluting volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) during the process. Metallizing is also a “cold process” when compared to welding or galvanizing with virtually no risk of weld damage or distortion to the steel.