Industrial Painting

Wet Spray Painting

Our industrial coating services offer aesthetic appeal as well as protect your assets from corrosion and harsh environmental conditions. We provide carefully crafted solutions to ensure our customers get the most value from their investment. This means we will work with you to identify the right coating option that balances your budget with the severity of the environment, desired appearance, and the intended life of the coating.


Wet spray painting is the traditional painting method where paint is applied using a pneumatic-powered airless paint sprayer, achieving a high-quality finish with speed and precision. These coatings are available in various types such as zincs, primers, enamels, epoxies, polyesters, fluoropolymers, urethanes, and more. To achieve a uniform and flawless coat of paint with wet spray, the surface must be cleaned properly, removing any rust, oils and dirt.


Conventional wet spray painting is chosen over powder coating in multiple scenarios, such as when disassembly is not an option, or equipment and parts are too large for powder coating. See below for more advantages to choosing wet spray painting over powder coating.

Wet Spray Painting
Industrial Painting


The industry is evolving, and water-based coatings have come a long way. Several of our team members are NACE Certified Coating Inspectors and have experience with the most complex coating systems. They also work hand in hand with the largest coating manufacturers to stay on top of the latest innovations. They are well versed in following coating specifications, or they will work with you to help determine the best coating system for your project.


Whether protection from corrosion is most important, or if a beautiful appearance is the priority, the variety of coatings to choose from can be an overwhelming and difficult decision. Citrus Sandblast has experience using various industrial coating systems. In addition, we maintain relationships with various coating manufacturers that collaborate with us on more complex projects to determine which coating system is best suitable for protecting infrastructure in various environments. Commonly used coatings in the industrial market include Zinc, Epoxy, Polyurethane, Fluoropolymer, Acrylic, and Enamel.

Steel remains an invaluable material because of its strengths and versatility. However, steel is also vulnerable and prone to attacks from environmental conditions such as humidity, air contaminants, and salts. Steel coatings help protect steel and its structure from deterioration by creating an impenetrable barrier for corrosion. There’s a wide range of industrial coatings that can be used to protect your asset, heighten its benefits, minimize its vulnerabilities, and keep your structures thriving for years to come. Citrus Sandblast has the facility and experienced team to properly prep and prime structural steel before it gets erected, saving time and money.

Concrete provides a strong foundation that supports everything around it, which means it endures heavy traffic, abrasive chemicals, and excessive moisture. Such an instrumental material certainly requires a durable layer of protection.  Concrete coating systems can protect concrete from wear and tear, and provide resistance to chemical attacks, extending its life expectancy. Applying concrete coatings begins with evaluating your environment and needs to protect your concrete with a custom solution.


The choice between painting vs. powder coating should be based on a variety of factors. Ultimately, both painting and powder coating can provide a smooth, durable, and beautiful finish on a variety of surfaces. Still not sure which direction you should take with your project? Our experts are here to guide the way and offer a unique solution to meet your goals.