Industrial Coatings: Acrylics, Polyurea, Vinyl Ester, Ureathane, Epoxy, Alkyds and more…

Industrial Coatings – A quick Overview:

The industrial coatings listed below are not intended to be a complete list of all coatings, however, they do represent a large segment of Industrial Coating products.  

The industrial coatings industry is an exciting field to be in with changes and advancements in all types of coatings occurring on a regular basis. 


Also known as latex paints, acrylics are water-based and most commonly used in residential and commercial applications.  

Acrylics are hands down the best for painting dry-wall.  These coatings have also come a long way with technology and are frequently used in industrial applications as topcoats for Ultra-violet protection in a high-performance coating system or situation.  


Alkyds can be an efficient low-cost coating option for light to medium steel coating needs. 

Liquid Rubber

There are several products on the market that provide an elastomeric, urethane rubber coating with great elongation properties.  

These coatings are can function in a wide range of applications, including potable water situations, coatings for water cooling towers, Silos, waterproofing, and more.  


Epoxy coatings are the industry signature industrial coating product.  

One of the best primers and all around coatings, epoxies range from those that can be applied to a home owner’s garage floor, to those supplemented with coal tar and ash for tank linings of all shapes and sizes.  They have outstanding adhesion and chemical resistance, but typically do not stand up well to Ultra Violet rays and outside exposure.


Fluoropolymers have excellent UV protection and can last for 15-20 years outside.  They have many uses, one popular example is Teflon.


Polysiloxanes can be a very effective alternative to urethane for UV protection as a topcoat, having similar characteristics, yet doing so without using isocyanates.


Polyurea coatings are primarily used for tank linings and secondary containment.

This durable industrial coating can be applied to extremely thick with millage curing quickly.


Urethanes also have a wide range of usage, yet their strength is to be used as a top-coat maintaining high-gloss retention – even in heavy UV exposure, with excellent chemical resistance.

Vinyl Ester

Vinyl Esters use a chemical cure via polymerization to create a thick, plastic-like coating, effective for lining tanks, trenches, secondary containment and more. 

Factory & Warehouses Floors & Floor protection and Warehouse, protective coatings

Factory  Floor protection and Warehouse Floor protective coatings






















A great industrial floor coating is the foundation of every manufacturing plant, industrial site or warehouse. The floor of any factory takes a beating, wear and tear.

Foot traffic, hand trucks and pallet movers put a lot of stress on a floor coating.

Combined with the assault from chemicals, spills and impact, the daily wear and tear on a factory floor is relentless.

A high quality industrial floor coating improves the safety of your manufacturing facility.

Standing up to this kind of punishment requires floor coatings with the highest levels of performance, durability and protection.

Plus, those floor coatings must be properly applied to get the greatest benefits from the materials.

At HPP we are your industrial floor coating experts. More years in the business and more experience than all our competitors combined.

We have years of hands-on experiences – with high performance floor coatings. Wears well and makes the factory floor look great and safer.

Plus, our clients are facility managers for industries much like yours.

A non slip solution for factory or warehouse floors must be rugged, durable and offer a high degree of slip resistance.  Safety is first and foremost.

Generally speaking, these types of floors are concrete and may have some sort of an epoxy finish.

Our Professional Industrial Coating Contractors have years of experience in providing coating solutions for many varied commercial and industrial installations.

  • Warehouses
  • Aircraft Hangars
  • Retail Showrooms
  • Restaurants
  • Commercial Kitchens
  • Manufacturing Facilities
  • Auto and Machine Shops

In 2018 we will work with you to evaluate your needs and discuss the many systems and products we have available.

We understand that a small difference in the per square foot cost between a typical epoxy floor and a modern polyurea system can become a major factor when considering the refinishing of tens of thousands of square feet, and that is why we offer multiple systems.

  • Epoxy floor coatings
  • Hybrid polyurethane topcoats
  • Polyaspartic polyurea systems
  • Densified and polished concrete
  • Slip resistant coatings
  • Solid colors, stained concrete, and simulated granite finishes

There’s a good reason why concrete is used almost exclusively for floors in basements and garages, warehouse facilities and manufacturing and food processing plants — it’s one of the few materials durable enough to stand up to the heavy traffic, abrasion, chemicals, and moisture exposure these surfaces are often subject to.

However, that doesn’t mean concrete slabs are indestructible. Left untreated without a concrete coating the porous materials that concrete is made of can succumb to extreme abuse, such as tire traffic, exposure to harsh chemicals and deicing salts, and frequent moisture contact.

These epoxies all called 100% solids because they do not have any solvents in them, and 100% of all the material stays on the floor rather than evaporating into the atmosphere. The added benefit to using 100% solid coatings is that because they contain no solvent, they have no hazardous odor and can be installed during regular production hours.

That’s where a good protective coating comes into play, giving concrete that extra layer of protection it needs to endure constant wear and tear.  In addition to its protective function, a coating can also dress up a drab surface, simplify maintenance and improve skid resistance.

As the floor wears, rough spots and potholes form, to take their toll on mobile equipment. Higher wheel replacement cost and equipment downtime become inevitable. But this doesn’t have to happen to you.

Concrete floors can have their deterioration stopped and the damage reversed.  Advances in epoxy technology have developed coatings that can protect a concrete floor and extend its life, while eliminating the dusting it had previously been producing.

The non slip solution for factory floor coating for these environments must have a very coarse texture and be able to handle a lot of friction from pallets, boxes, foot traffic, fork lifts and the like.  Factory & Warehouses Floors & Floor protection and Warehouse, protective coatings.

Protect your factory floor coating or warehouse workers from slip and fall accidents and the heavy liabilities that accompany those injuries in 2018 with HPP Industrials.

HPP Industrial Inc. Featuring New Inventory of Industrial Coatings and Commercial Painting in Online One Day Shipping e-Commerce Site

HPP Industrial Inc. features new inventory of Industrial Coatings and Commercial Painting supplies and products in an online e-commerce site with same day shipping:

  1. Decorative flooring
  2. Epoxy flooring
  3. Metallic floor covering
  4. Epoxy metal dust
  5. Low odor floors and flooring systems
  6. Factory and Plant Striping Lines
  7. Fast cure flooring systems
  8. Concrete stains and coatings
  9. Noxyde paint and coating
  10. Structural steel water-based paint
  11. Food industry flooring
  12. Antimicrobial flooring and floors
  13. Food and beverage industry floor coatings
  14. Masonry sealers
  15. Concrete patch and cleaner
  16. Block filler
  17. Decorative flakes
  18. Roof coatings
  19. Dry fall paint coatings
  20. Polyurea / urethanes / aspartic
  21. Peel Stop Primer
  22. Below grade waterproofing
  23. Premium & Professional garage floor coatings
  24. Decorative fountain linings
  25. Plastic box coatings
  26. Green roof coatings
  27. Rustoleum High Performance
  28. Rust-Oleum industrial choice
  29. Rust-Oleum commercial
  30. Mathis Mathias
  31. Sierra performance
  32. 5200 system
  33. DTM acrylic enamel
  34. Water tank coating
  35. Mold and mildew resistant paint, cleaners & coatings
  36. Seal crete
  37. High performance bridge coatings
  38. Concrete crack repair
  39. RAL Colors and Coatings
  40. SSPC standards
  41. DTM acrylics & alkyds
  42. OSHA & safety colors
  43. Protective finishes
  44. OEM coating
  45. Paint brushes
  46. Painting and Paint rollers, sundries & supplies
  47. Inverted field marking paint
  48. Lead dust respirators
  49. Safety glasses
  50. Spray paint respirators
  51. Respirator replacement cartridges
  52. Protective industrial / commercial painting face mask
  53. Protective ear plugs
  54. Lead encapsulants coating / noxyde
  55. PPE, personal protection equipment
  56. Industrial cleaners and solvents
  57. Paint removal strippers
  58. Krude Kutter,
  59. WaterTite
  60. Inorganic & organic zinc primers
  61. Cold galvanizing
  62. Heat coatings
  63. XIM
  64. OKON
  65. Rock Solid – do it yourself
  66. Universal primers
  67. Shop primers
  68. Concrete polishing

HPP Industrial Sales Inc. services the industrial needs of factory, plant and warehouse managers by providing the highest quality industrial strength coatings and commercial paints for businesses and industries, including petrochemical, the food & beverage, power generation, water & wastewater, OEM and plant maintenance.



Mark Sholtes  (502) 552-3569 or Tony Forns (502) 523-5915.

Floor coatings and tank linings and lead encapsulation products, HPP carries all of the products necessary for these difficult environments.

In addition to these specialized products, HPP Industrials also carries many lines of coatings that are environmentally friendly:  Low V.O.C., No V.O.C., and LEED Credit products, OSHA & Safety Colors and commercial painting supplies.

Terms and Definitions for the Industrial Paint & Coating Industry

A Glossary of Terms and Definitions for the Industrial Paint & Coating Industry:

  • Product Categories

    • Finishes
    • Fire Protection
    • Foul Release
    • Intermediates
    • Linings
    • Miscellaneous
    • Primer-Finishes
    • Primers
    • Subsea, Abrasion-Resistant and Splashzone Coatings
    • Surface Tolerant
    • Temperature Resistant



    BOND BREAKERS are coatings formulated for or applied between layers of concrete to prevent the freshly poured top layer of concrete from bonding to the substrate over which it is poured.

    CLEAR WOOD FINISHES are clear and semi-transparent coatings, including lacquers and varnishes, applied to wood substrates, including floors, decks and porches, to provide a transparent or translucent solid film.

    CONCRETE-CURING COMPOUNDS are coatings formulated for or applied to freshly poured concrete to retard the evaporation of water. Concrete-curing compounds manufactured and used for roadways and bridges (does not include curbs and gutters, sidewalks, islands, driveways and other miscellaneous concrete areas) are those concrete-curing compounds that meet ASTM Designation C309, Class B, and meet a loss of water standard of less than 0.15-kg/m2 in 24 hours as determined by the California Transportation Department, California Test 534.

    CONCRETE SURFACE RETARDERS are coatings containing one or more ingredients such as extender pigments, primary pigments, resins, and solvents that interact chemically with the cement to prevent hardening on the surface where the retarder is applied, allowing the mix of cement and sand at the surface to be washed away to create an exposed aggregate finish.

    DRIVEWAY SEALERS are coatings that are applied to worn asphalt driveway surfaces in order to:

    1. Fill cracks;
    2. Seal the surface to provide protection; or
    3. Restore or preserve the surface appearance.

    DRY-FOG COATINGS are coatings which are formulated only for spray application so that when sprayed, overspray droplets dry before falling on floors and other surfaces.

    FAUX FINISHING COATINGS are coatings that meet one or more of the following subcategories:are coatings that meet one or more of the following subcategories:

    1. GLAZES, which are coatings designed for wet-in-wet techniques used to create artistic effects, including but not limited to, dirt, old age, smoke damage, simulated marble and wood grain finishes, decorative patterns, color blending, and wet edge techniques.
    2. DECORATIVE COATINGS, which are coatings used to create a gonioapparent appearance, such as metallic, iridescent, or pearlescent appearance, that contain at least 48 grams of pearlescent mica pigment or other iridescent pigment per liter of coating as applied (at least 0.4 pounds per gallon).
    3. JAPANS, which are pure concentrated pigments, finely ground in a slow drying vehicle used by Motion Picture and Television Production Studios to create artistic effects, including but not limited to, dirt, old age, smoke damage, water damage, and simulated marble and wood grain.
    4. TROWEL APPLIED COATINGS, which are coatings applied by trowel that are used to create aesthetic effects, including, but not limited to, polished plaster, clay, suede and dimensional, tactile textures.
    5. CLEAR TOPCOATS, which are clear coatings used to enhance, seal and protect a Faux Finishing coating that meets the requirements of subsection (b)(18)(A)(B)(C), or (D). These clear topcoats must be sold and used solely as part of a Faux Finishing coating system, and must be labeled in accordance paragraph (d)(7).


    FIRE-PROOFING COATINGS are opaque coatings formulated to protect the structural integrity of steel and other construction materials and listed by Underwriter’s Laboratories, Inc. for the fire protection of steel.

    FLAT COATINGS are coatings that register a gloss of less than 15 on an 85-degree meter or less than 5 on a 60-degree meter.

    FLOOR COATINGS are opaque coatings that are formulated for or applied to flooring; including but not limited to garages, decks, and porches, and clear coatings formulated for or applied to concrete flooring, but do not include Industrial Maintenance Coatings.

    FORM RELEASE COMPOUNDS are coatings designed for or applied to a concrete form to prevent the freshly poured concrete from bonding to the form. The form may consist of metal, wood, or some material other than concrete.

    GRAPHIC ARTS COATINGS (Sign Paints) are coatings formulated for hand-application by artists using brush or roller techniques to indoor and outdoor signs (excluding structural components) and murals, including lettering enamels, poster colors, copy blockers, and bulletin enamels.

    HIGH-TEMPERATURE INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE COATINGS are industrial maintenance coatings formulated for or applied to substrates exposed continuously or intermittently to temperatures above 400 degrees Fahrenheit.

    INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE COATINGS are coatings, including primers, sealers, undercoaters, intermediate coatings and topcoats, formulated for or applied to substrates, including floors, that are exposed to one or more of the following extreme environmental conditions:

    1. Immersion in water, wastewater, or chemical solutions (aqueous and non-aqueous solutions), or chronic exposure of interior surfaces to moisture condensation;
    2. Acute or chronic exposure to corrosive, caustic or acidic agents, or similar chemicals, chemical fumes, chemical mixtures, or solutions;
    3. Repeated exposure to temperatures in excess of 250 degrees Fahrenheit;
    4. Repeated heavy abrasion, including mechanical wear and repeated scrubbing with industrial solvents, cleaners, or scouring agents; or
    5. Exterior exposure of metal structures.

    LACQUERS are clear or pigmented wood finishes, including clear lacquer sanding sealers, formulated with nitrocellulose or synthetic resins to dry by evaporation without chemical reaction.

    LOW SOLIDS are coatings containing one pound or less of solids per gallon of material.

    MAGNESITE CEMENT COATINGS are coatings formulated for or applied to magnesite cement decking to protect the magnesite cement substrate from erosion by water.

    MASTIC COATINGS are coatings formulated to cover holes and minor cracks and to conceal surface irregularities, and applied in a thickness of at least 10 mils (dry, single coat).

    METALLIC PIGMENTED COATINGS are decorative coatings, excluding industrial maintenance and roof coatings, containing at least 0.4 pounds per gallon (48 grams/liter) of coating, as applied, of elemental metallic pigment (excluding zinc).

    MULTI-COLOR COATINGS are coatings which exhibit more than one color when applied and which are packaged in a single container and applied in a single coat.

    NONFLAT COATINGS are coatings that are not defined under any other definition in this rule and that register a gloss of 5 or greater on a 60 degree meter and a gloss of 15 or greater on an 85 degree meter according to ASTM Test Method D 523.

    NON-SACRIFICIAL ANTI-GRAFFITI COATINGS are clear or opaque Industrial Maintenance Coatings formulated and recommended to deter adhesion of graffiti and to resist repeated scrubbing and exposure to harsh solvents, cleansers, or scouring agents used to remove graffiti.

    PRE-TREATMENT WASH PRIMERS are coatings which contain a minimum of 1/2 percent acid, by weight, applied directly to bare metal surfaces to provide necessary surface etching.

    PRIMERS are coatings applied to a surface to provide a firm bond between the substrate and subsequent coats.

    QUICK-DRY ENAMELS are non-flat, high gloss coatings which comply with the following:

    1. Shall be capable of being applied directly from the container by brush or roller under normal conditions, normal conditions being ambient temperatures between 60°F and 80°F; and
    2. When tested in accordance with ASTM D 1640 they shall: set-to touch in two hours or less, dry-hard in eight hours or less, and be tack-free in four hours or less by the mechanical test method.*Effective July 1, 2011, coatings classified as quick-dry enamels are subsumed by the non-flat coating category.

    QUICK-DRY PRIMERS, SEALERS, AND UNDERCOATERS are primers, sealers, and undercoaters which are intended to be applied to a surface to provide a firm bond between the substrate and subsequent coats and which are dry-to-touch in one-half hour and can be recoated in two hours.

        *Effective July 1, 2011, coatings classified as quick-dry primers, sealers, and undercoaters are subsumed  by the primer, sealer, undercoater category.

    REACTIVE PENETRATING SEALERS are clear or pigmented coatings labeled and formulated for application to above-ground concrete and masonry substrates to provide protection from water and waterborne contaminants, including, but not limited to, alkalis, acids, and salts. Reactive Penetrating Sealers must meet the following criteria:


    1. Used only for reinforced concrete bridge structures for transportation projects within 5 miles of the coast or above 4,000 feet elevation or for restoration and/or preservation projects on registered historical buildings that are under the purview of a restoration architect.
    2. Penetrate into concrete and masonry substrates and chemically react to form covalent bonds with naturally occurring minerals in the substrate.
    3. Line the pores of concrete and masonry substrates with a hydrophobic coating, but do not form a surface film.
    4. Improve water repellency at least 80 percent after application on a concrete or masonry substrate. This performance must be verified on standardized test specimens, in accordance with one or more of the following standards: ASTM C67, or ASTM C97, or ASTM C140.
    5. Not reduce the water vapor transmission rate by more than 2 percent after application on a concrete or masonry substrate. This performance must be verified on standardized test specimens, in accordance with ASTM E96/E96M.
    6. Meet the performance criteria listed in the National Cooperative Highway Research Report 244 (1981), surface chloride screening applications, for products labeled and formulated for vehicular traffic.

    RECYCLED COATINGS are coatings formulated such that 50 percent or more of the total weight consists of secondary and post-consumer coatings and 10 percent or more of the total weight consists of post-consumer coatings, and manufactured by a certified recycled paint manufacturer.

    ROOF COATINGS are coatings formulated for application to exterior roofs for the primary purpose of preventing penetration of the substrate by water, or reflecting heat and ultraviolet radiation.

    ROOF COATINGS, ALUMINUM are roof coatings containing at least 0.7 pounds per gallon (84 grams per liter) of coating as applied, of elemental aluminum pigment.

    ROOF PRIMERS, BITUMINOUS are primers formulated for or applied to roofing that incorporate bituminous coating materials.

    RUST PREVENTATIVE COATINGS are coatings formulated for use in preventing the corrosion of metal surfaces in residential and commercial situations.

    SACRIFICIAL ANTI-GRAFFITI COATINGS are non-binding, clear coatings which are formulated and recommended for applicants that allow for the removal of graffiti primarily by power washing.

    SANDING SEALERS are clear wood coatings formulated for or applied to bare wood for sanding and to seal the wood for subsequent application of coatings.

    SEALERS are coatings applied to either block materials from penetrating into or leaching out of a substrate, to prevent subsequent coatings from being absorbed by the substrate, or to prevent harm to subsequent coatings by materials in the substrate.

    SHELLACS are clear or pigmented coatings formulated solely with the resinous secretions of the lac insect (laccifer lacca). Shellacs are formulated to dry by evaporation without a chemical reaction providing a quick-drying, solid, protective film for priming and sealing stains and odors; and for wood finishing excluding floors effective January 1, 2007.

    SPECIALTY PRIMERS are coatings formulated for or applied to a substrate to seal fire, smoke or water damage; or to condition excessively chalky surfaces. An excessively chalky surface is one that is defined as having chalk rating of four or less as determined by ASTM D-4214 – Photographic Reference Standard No. 1 or the Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology “Pictorial Standards for Coatings Defects”.

    STAINS are opaque or semi-transparent coatings which are formulated to change the color but not conceal the grain pattern or texture.

    STAINS, INTERIOR are stains labeled and formulated exclusively for use on interior surfaces.

    STONE CONSOLIDANTS are coatings that are labeled and formulated for application to stone substrates to repair historical structures that have been damaged by weathering or other decay mechanisms. Stone Consolidants must meet the following criteria:

    1. Used only for restoration and/or preservation projects on registered historical buildings that are under the purview of a restoration architect.
    2. Penetrate into stone substrates to create bonds between particles and consolidate deteriorated material.
    3. Specified and used in accordance with ASTM E2167.

    SWIMMING POOL COATINGS are coatings specifically formulated for or applied to the interior of swimming pools and to resist swimming pool chemicals.

    SWIMMING POOL REPAIR COATINGS are chlorinated, rubber-based coatings used for the repair and maintenance of swimming pools over existing chlorinated, rubber-based coatings.

    TRAFFIC COATINGS are coatings formulated for or applied to public streets, highways, and other surfaces including, but not limited to, curbs, berms, driveways, and parking lots.

    UNDERCOATERS are coatings formulated for or applied to substrates to provide a smooth surface for subsequent coats.

    VARNISHES are clear wood finishes formulated with various resins to dry by chemical reaction.

    WATERPROOFING SEALERS are coatings which are formulated for the primary purpose of preventing penetration of porous substrates by water.

    WATERPROOFING CONCRETE/MASONRY SEALERS are clear or pigmented sealers that are formulated for sealing concrete and masonry to provide resistance against water, alkalis, acids, ultraviolet light, or staining.

    WOOD PRESERVATIVES are coatings formulated to protect wood from decay or insect attack by the addition of a wood preservative chemical registered by the California Environmental Protection Agency.

    ZINC-RICH INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE PRIMERS are primers formulated to contain a minimum of 65 percent metallic zinc powder (zinc dust) by weight of total solids for application to metal substrates.

Industrial Coatings & Sealants: Advice from a Contractor in Louisville Kentucky, KY

Industrial Coatings & Sealants providing self cleaning possibilities for your building, construction site or next job.

Specialty Self-Cleaning Coatings

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Self-Cleaning Window/Exterior Glass TreatmentSelf-Cleaning Window/Exterior Glass Treatment Self-Cleaning Exterior Surface TreatmentSelf-Cleaning Exterior Surface Treatment
Air-Purifying and Odor-Eliminating Interior TreatmentAir-Purifying and Odor-Eliminating Interior Treatment Anti-Microbial Surface TreatmentAnti-Microbial Surface Treatment

Why UV-PCO Technology will change your facility maintenance plan forever

Ultraviolet Photocatalytic Oxidation (UV-PCO) technology sounds space age, doesn’t it? In truth, it’s nanotechnology in action. It uses light — from the sun or fluorescent fixtures — to activate a mineral in our products called titanium dioxide (TiO2). The TiO2 quickly breaks down organic molecules, such as grime, bio-film, smog and VOCs, that are then washed away with the rain. Because the process never uses up the TiO2, the self-cleaning process can happen over and over again, even with just one application.

Industrial Coatings & Sealants providing self cleaning possibilities for your building, construction site or next job.

Interior/Exterior Painting and Restoration Services

Retail InteriorRetail Exterior

We offer a full complement of interior and exterior painting and restoration services:

Interior/Exterior: Specialty:
  • Visual Rollout
  • High Traffic Rollout
  • Preventative/Reactive Maintenance
  • Re-branding Renovation
  • Wall Cover Removal/Installation
  • Line Striping
  • Faux Finishes
  • Front Facades/Pylon Signs
  • EIFS Restoration
  • Minor Substrate Repair
  • Wood Finishing
  • Graffiti Control
  • Ceiling Tile Restoration
  • FRP Panel Restoration
  • Woodwork/Laminate Refinishing
  • Window Coating
  • Power Washing

Comprehensive solutions

You benefit from complete solutions: professional specification design, consulting services and survey assistance. From product recommendations to color choices, together we implement a paint program that best fits your needs.

  • Visual Rollouts: Add new color to interior features to increase traffic.
  • High-Traffic Rollouts: Rejuvenate existing locations by sprucing up the areas that receive the most traffic: fitting rooms, cash wraps, restrooms and entrances. Studies show that a fresh appearance promotes increased traffic and sales.
  • Preventative Maintenance: Schedule a regular refresh program, and eliminate the time and money spent on unnecessary service orders.
  • Rebranding/Renovation: Reimage your brand, change your sinage, replace your fixtures…and enjoy increased traffic and sales as a result.
  • Woodwork/Laminate Refinishing: Make your old cabinets and trim look like new again and save up to 90% over the cost of replacement.
  • Ceiling Tile Restoration: Brighten up aged and discolored ceiling tiles for less than half the cost of replacement, with fast and long-lasting results.  For more information and remodeling ideas:

Industrial Coatings & Sealants:  Advice from a Contractor in Louisville Kentucky, KY /

Industrial Coatings & Sealants providing self cleaning possibilities for your building, construction site or next job.

  • Minor Substrate Repair
  • Wood Finishing
  • Graffiti Control
  • Ceiling Tile Restoration
  • FRP Panel Restoration
  • Woodwork/Laminate Refinishing
  • Window Coating
  • Power Washing
  • Visual Rollout
  • High Traffic Rollout
  • Preventative/Reactive Maintenance
  • Re-branding Renovation
  • Wall Cover Removal/Installation
  • Line Striping
  • Faux Finishes
  • Front Facades/Pylon Signs
  • EIFS Restoration

Acid Spill Containment for Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee and West Virginia

Acid spill containment systems are very similar between the different manufactures.   Some manufactures have products that can be used on existing battery installations without having to remove the existing racks, others you must remove the racks and install the spill containment before reinstalling the racks.

HPP has acid spill containment systems which allows us to provide for both new installations and existing installations with the best solutions available.

Basically if your battery system has 50 gallons or more of electrolyte,  whether it is wet or in gel form as in a VLRA battery, then you are required to have an acid spill containment system installed. This applies even if it is an existing battery system .The spill containment system will need a 4 inch lip with acid adsorbing/neutralizing  pillows inside the containment field to meet current regulations with some type of protection for the floor, whither it is an epoxy paint or a liner. In California the spill containments and pillows must be serialized to insure that you are keeping fresh pillows in the system and for disposal purposes. The neutralizing pillows have a shelf life of about 5 years, they will be required to be changed out and replaced with new ones after this time.

Another item that your facility should have, is what we call an acid spill kit. The kit is for use when working with batteries and an acid spill occurs that needs to be cleaned up and neutralized. This can happen when replacing batteries and a battery has a crack in the case and leaks acid out. The kit consists of a container of acid neutralizer and protective clothing. These kits can be in a small pail for smaller installation or in a drum for larger installations. Also the kit can be mounted in the battery room in a cabinet for easy access.

  • Acid Spill Containment / Anti-microbial Coatings / Cement Crack Repair /
  • Chemical Containment / Coatings for Cooling Towers / Coatings for Wet Areas / Cold Weather Coatings / Concrete Patch / Epoxy Flooring / Epoxy Coatings / Fiber Reinforced Linings / High Heat Coating / Noxyde / Protective Coatings / Quick Dry Concrete Patch / Rustoleum & Rust Corrosion Protection /
  • Rust-Oleum 9100
  • Rust-Oleum 9800
  • Rust-Oleum W9200
  • Tank linings
  • Thermal shock resistant floor coating
  • Vinyl ester
  • Tank linings
  • Thermal shock resistant floor coating
  • Vinyl ester
  • Wastewater treatment coatings
  • Waterproofing
  • Zinc rich coating


Words and Definitions of the Industrial Coatings and Painting Industry for Kentucky KY, Indiana IN, West Virginia WV, Ohio OH, TennesseeTN and Illinois IL

Terms & Definitions – Industrial Coatings and Painting Industry Terminology for Kentucky KY, Indiana IN, West Virginia WV, Ohio OH, TennesseeTN and Illinois IL

Acid containment
Anti-microbial coatings
Cement crack repair
Chemical containment
Coatings for cooling towers
Coatings for wet areas
Cold weather coatings
Concrete patch
Epoxy flooring
Fiber reinforced linings
High heat coating
Protective coatings
Quick Dry Concrete Patch
Rust corrosion protection
Rust-Oleum 9100
Rust-Oleum 9800
Rust-Oleum W9200
Tank linings
Thermal shock resistant floor coating
Vinyl ester
Wastewater treatment coatings
Zinc rich coating

HPP Industrial Sales and Supplies: Coatings, Containment, Protection

HPP Industrial Sales Provides a uniques combination of products and services to our ever growing client base of customers.  Please contact Mark Sholtes directly at (502) 552-3569.

Acid containment , Anti-microbial coatings,  Cement crack repair , Chemical containment , Coatings for cooling towers , Coatings for wet areas , Cold weather coatings,  Concrete patch,  Epoxy flooring , Fiber reinforced linings , High heat coating,  Noxyde,  Protective coatings,  Quick Dry Concrete Patch , Rust corrosion protection,  Rust-Oleum,  Rust-Oleum 9100,  Rust-Oleum 9800,  Rust-Oleum W9200,  Tank linings,  Thermal shock resistant floor coating,  Vinyl ester,  Wastewater treatment coatings,  Waterproofing,       Zinc rich coating



Polymer Coatings

HPP offers a full range of polymer-based coating systems geared to meet demanding industrial requirements for corrosion, high temperature and abrasion resistance. These polymer coatings are highly effective against extreme corrosion and erosion, with a temperature resistance capability up to 500°F (260°C).The HPP family of coatings provides long-term, cost-effective protection of equipment used in chemical, petro-chemical, storage/ secondary containment, flooring, power generation, marine, railroad and over-the-road transportation industries.
Because of our superior custom formulation capabilities, we can design products specifically tailored to meet each customer’s requirements. This technological advantage allows us to continually find new innovations and opportunities to expand both our product line and assist our customer base with their ever changing needs.
The HPP INDUSTRIAL COATINGS TEAM  have helped protect commercial, industrial, and residential buildings around the world.  Using is a special grade of PVDF resin used by licensed industrial paint manufacturers as the base resin in long-life coatings for aluminum, galvanized steel, and aluminized steel.    Applications include metal roofing and siding, window and door frames, curtain wall and other miscellaneous metal trim and components. 

HPP Specialty Products and Services Include:

Acid containment

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National Painting & Coatings Company Supplying Protective Coatings For Massive Cleveland Innerbelt Bridge Project

Epoxy intermediate coating Macropoxy 646 provides high-gloss protection from harsh Northeast Ohio weather for vital city artery

A leading National Painting & Coatings Company Supplying Protective Coatings was chosen by Atlantic Painting (Oak Lawn, Ill.) to supply high-performance protective coatings for the Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) I-90 Innerbelt Bridge project. Coating work is now underway on the 1.8 million square feet of steel that comprise the westbound span over the Cuyahoga River. Reconstruction of the bridge, which opened to traffic in 1959 and is the main east-west artery into and through downtown Cleveland, is the largest project in ODOT’s history. The new bridge, which is north of the existing span, will be 4,247 feet long and stand 120 feet over the Cuyahoga River Valley at its highest point.   Tank Lining & Coatings Kentucky Indiana.

To give the bridge a high-gloss finish and protect the structure from the harsh Cleveland elements, Sherwin-Williams will supply Macropoxy 646, an epoxy intermediate coating, and HP DOT Acrylic Polyurethane, a high-gloss top coat in off-white, for the project. The company is also providing Zinc Clad IV organic epoxy that will be used by Atlantic’s field painters to touch up the shop-primed steel sections and splice plates. More than 26,000 gallons of coatings will be used for the project.

“ODOT needed high gloss, a low film build of 2-4 mils with higher-build performance, superior weathering, and ease of application,” said  regional market director, bridge & highway,  “These products will achieve all of those requirements. As a company headquartered for nearly 150 years in Cleveland, it is gratifying to be an asset protection partner on an infrastructure project that is such a vital link to the city from points near and far.”

Although not all states require steel bridges to be coated, ODOT does stipulate protecting its bridges in this manner.   Bridges in Northeast Ohio must stand up to some of the most rigorous inspections there are, given the constant expansion and contraction caused by thermal cycling, and exposure to road salt and airborne contaminants from Lake Erie winds.

The project design and product specifications address these issues. Because of the level of degradation and corrosion that can occur at structural joints, ODOT wanted to limit their number. The old bridge had joints at every one of the 14 piers, but in the new design there are only two.

In addition, QUV accelerated weathering tests (5,000+ hours of UV exposure is Ohio’s standard) and field experience document the superior gloss retention of the topcoat, which doubles the maintenance-to-recoat cycle. “Our testing demonstrates gloss retention even after 9,000 hours of exposure. This considerably extends the lifecycle of the coating and provides unprecedented value for the taxpayers,” he noted, saying the bridge would likely only need to be repainted two or three times during its design life of 75 years.

The project is unusual in several ways. ODOT used a value-based design-build approach (vs. design-bid-build) for the first time, to expedite the work and minimize disruption to both local motorists and those traveling between Chicago and the Northeast US.

In addition, the bridge’s architecture has distinctive delta-shaped girders that complement the Cuyahoga Valley topography without dominating it. The design teams that competed for the work were evaluated on their ability to deliver on not just cost and an ambitious schedule, but also on preserving the aesthetics that define this part of Cleveland’s landscape. The project was awarded to general contractor Walsh Construction in partnership with HNTB Corporation, the lead architectural and engineering design firm, and HDR, the independent quality engineering firm.

A global protective and marine coatings company that delivers smarter asset protection and unmatched service and specification support to its customers from 4,000 locations worldwide.  From alkyds to zincs, the company offers a complete line of time-tested, high performance  Industrial coatings, Commercial Paints and systems to combat corrosion, supported by the largest group of NACE-certified coatings inspectors in the industry.  Serving Kentucky, KY Indiana, IN West Virginia, WV and Tennessee, TN.

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Professional and Expert Asbestos Removal Advice for Kentucky & Indiana

Removing  Asbestos, and the Abatement  from Buildings.  Testing your Building for Asbestos.

Removing Asbestos in Indiana and Kentucky

Asbestos Removal Kentucky Indiana

Structures containing asbestos are marked.
Weathering of fibrous asbestos sheeting showing loose fibres.

A typical  asbestos enclosure.

Depending on how and where asbestos was applied, it might not pose any risk to most users of the building. If the fibers cannot become dislodged, they cannot be inhaled, and thus the asbestos poses no risk.

Many buildings contain asbestos, which was used in spray-applied flame retardant, thermal system insulation, and in a variety of other materials. Asbestos was sometimes “flocked” above false ceilings, inside technical ducts, and in many other small spaces where firefighters would have difficulty gaining access. Structural components like asbestos panels were also used. In residences, asbestos was often a component of a type of flocked acoustic ceiling called popcorn ceiling or “cottage cheese ceiling”, until its production was banned in the U.S. in 1978. However, the ban allowed installers to use up remaining stocks, so houses built as late as 1986 could still have asbestos in their acoustic ceilings. The only way to be sure is to remove a sample and have it tested by a competent laboratory.

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However, some methods of applying asbestos, particularly flocking, allow asbestos fibers to gradually drop off into the air. Asbestos poses hazards to maintenance personnel who have to drill holes in walls for installation of cables or pipes.

Even if the workers are protected, such maintenance operation may release fibers into the air, which may be inhaled by others. Interventions in areas where asbestos is present often have to follow stringent procedures.

When asbestos fibers can easily be made into airborne dust, the material is known as friable. For example, a popcorn ceiling is extremely friable, whereas asbestos floor tile is considered non-friable.

Different countries have different regulations and methods of enforcement, when it comes to asbestos removal. It is extremely important to remember that prior to any asbestos removal procedures taking place; the client has a duty of care and must verify that the specialist removal contractor can provide the following: proof of license if licensing is required within the jurisdiction; proof of specific asbestos public and employer liability insurance; proof of worker training to include supervisor and contract manager training within 12 months; proof of worker fit-testing and medical surveillance, within 12 months; proof of specialist equipment testing within 6 months – DOP and PAT within the EU. Optionally the specialist contractor should be able to provide accreditation from ARCA or other such trade organization.

Additionally, any contractor should be EPA RRP certified when working in any region of the country and in Louisville, Ky

If removal is to be performed when users are still present in the building, it is usually necessary to relocate some users temporarily. Typically, the part of the building from which asbestos is being removed has to be sealed off in order to prevent contamination of the other areas. Methods of sealing off an area often include the use of Polyethylene film, duct tape and negative air pressure machines which are fitted with HEPA filters. The idea is that the contained area is pulling fresh air in as to not allow asbestos fibers into the surrounding environment.

Only a special vacuum cleaner that’s designed for asbestos containment (class H) can be safely used when cleaning up during and after asbestos removal. Ordinary vacuum cleaners cannot be used, even those fitted with a HEPA filter.   An ordinary vacuum cleaner will expel the asbestos fibres into the room air.

If the building is closed to normal users, it may be necessary to seal it off from outside atmosphere so that no accessible air is contaminated. Examples of asbestos removal enterprises include the Jussieu Campus (begun circa 1996 and still going on as of 2005) and the Tour Montparnasse (in 2005, projected duration was three years if the tower was emptied of its users, and ten years if it were not).

An asbestos-containing building that is to be torn down may have to be sealed (see third picture on right), and to have its asbestos safely removed before ordinary demolition can be performed. The asbestos removal may take longer and cost more than the actual demolition. For example, the former seat of parliament of East Germany, the Palast der Republik, was stripped of most of its asbestos between 1998 and 2001, before it was finally demolished starting in 2006.

Removal is not the only means of asbestos abatement. Asbestos and asbestos-bearing materials may be “enclosed” or “encapsulated” to prevent building occupants from being exposed to the fibers.

Other Terms Associated with the same subject:

  • Asbestos
  • Mesothelioma
  • Asbestosis
  • Asbestine
  • Asbestos and the law
  • Fibro
  • Fireproofing
  • List of minerals
  • Vermiculite

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