Large Tortilla Processing Plant Silos in AR Receive New Interior Coating

TMI Coatings re-lined two flour silos at a large tortilla production facility in Fayetteville, AR.  TMI sandblasted all surfaces inside of the silos to SSPC-SP10 Near White Metal Blast as needed for new coating adhesion.  TMI then applied a stripe coat to all weld seams, sharp edges and other common failure points.  Once the stripe coat was completed, TMI applied two full coats of high solids epoxy tank lining material.  TMI force cured the tank lining material to minimize down time and to achieve compliance with FDA regulations.  The material applied was FDA compliant for use in the storage of dry food products.  Upon completion Jay Ryals stated, “Looks great, everything went smoothly.  If there was an issue, it was resolved quickly and efficiently.  The crew worked safely, and completed the project in a timely manner which is all I could ask for.  If anything else comes up, I’ll be calling TMI”.

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Tortilla Processing Plant Silos AFTER the TMI Coatings restoration process.

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