Energy Saving Technology Can Pay For Your Preventative Maintenance

Looking for something that’s going to perfectly fit in with your ongoing maintenance program? Are you also in search of constant improvement for corporate sustainability? Today’s high-tech protective coatings could be the answer.

Today’s Companies Need More

Talk to any company CEO and you will likely hear that in recent years, personnel have been reduced and budgets have been tightened. This results in many companies, rather than being proactive, being forced to be reactive when it comes to maintaining their facilities and equipment. It is a sad state of affairs, to say the least.

But now, a win-win technology is being introduced. It is going to be the secret weapon used by the vigilant and informed plant manager. Energy-efficient goals, corporate sustainability, and preventative maintenance will all be tackled through the use of new multipurpose concentrated coatings.

Budgeting for Maintenance Personnel and Plant Managers

When maintenance personnel such as plant managers are considering a preventative maintenance budget, not generally one of their considerations is the combining of energy savings with preventative maintenance and corporate sustainability. But with today’s new protective coatings, energy can be saved significantly. Additionally, while saving energy these coatings will help prevent mildew and mold related issues, corrosion under insulation (CUI), and general corrosion. What’s more, just for a touch of safety compliance, these coatings can assist with personnel protection. When used on high-heat equipment, they can help prevent burns.

Using Energy Savings, Offset Your Preventative Maintenance Costs

Protective benefits and energy savings typically offered by today’s protective coatings can consist of the following:

  • With no maintenance required, coatings can last 5 to 10 years or more
  • Surfaces are protected from UV damage
  • Employee safety is improved
  • Splash resistance to chemicals is provided
  • Mildew/mold growth is prevented
  • Surfaces are protected against moisture damage
  • Surfaces are protected from corrosion
  • A 20% to 40% energy savings has been reported from some building customers
  • A 10% to 25% energy savings has been reported by some industrial customers

Preventative Maintenance for Buildings

Damaging UV rays, ice damage, and moisture infiltration can occur on buildings with concrete walls or brick exteriors. Additionally, leaks can start as a result of metal roofs that have deteriorated because of rust. Thankfully, today’s protective coatings can be your source of preventative maintenance protecting your building against damaging UV rays, mold, moisture, rust, corrosion, and more.

Preventative Maintenance In an Industrial Setting

Once a processing tank or steam pipe starts leaking or bursts is not the time to start thinking about preventative maintenance. Protecting surfaces from corrosion is essential and one of the biggest problems faced by industrial maintenance crews. CUI (corrosion under insulation) and general corrosion can be eliminated through the use of thermal insulation coatings.

Protect your industrial surfaces before they become covered with rust. Keeping the structural integrity of metal intact will, down the road, help save that maintenance budget.

A&A Coatings uses modern, high-tech methods of application and offers numerous choices when it comes to coatings. Knowing full well that every industry has its own unique circumstances, our seasoned professionals can discuss with you which coatings and applications will work best in your situation. Contact us today to find out more about what protective coatings can do for preventative maintenance and your bottom line.

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