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Lead Base Paint Encapsulation
EPA Approved Green Products
Water Towers - Industrial Tanks - Bridges - Structural Steel
- Barges - Bulk Heads
  Including Thermal Coatings

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It is very costly to remove lead base paint from towers Bridges Silos Structural Steel
picture above shows non containment and look how sandblasting causes
 a dust cloud. It can travel for miles
( None Lead coating on this project. If it were it would of cost an extra charge to have full containment about $135,000)

Our products we use are patented encapsulation coating that
acts as a full containment covering.
This moisture cured polyurethane coating has been used successfully in the harshest environments; chemical fields, oil fields and rigs, and in areas that demand resistance to the corrosive
effects of day to day exposure. 

And is tested to encapsulate toxic elements such as existing lead-based paint, asbestos,
 rust and other bio-hazard materials.

With minimal preparation and no white sand blasting of the surface required, Our products we use  penetrates deep into and seals the pores of the surface. can protect and seal surfaces of steel, aluminum, concrete, wood, fiberglass, and many other substrates. It will seal out moisture and air with a permanent membrane and block chemical pollutants that cause corrosion and deterioration.


The normal epoxy primers cover over Rust

The Encapsulating Coating we use does more then cover up rust.

 & it penetrates into metal surface becoming part of the structure
 penetrating in to the surface of the metal itself.


Stop Rust, Encapsulate you lead paint,
Save Money

Rust Grip is a stand alone product does not need
to be top coated Silver in color But can be Top Coated to the color you desire

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EPA and Lead Poisoning in Children

Lead poisoning is one of the most serious environmental health hazards to children, particularly for children under the age of six. Elevated blood lead levels can impair a young child's mental and physical development. Adults exposed to high levels of lead, usually in the workplace, are also at risk.


Sources of Lead Poisoning
Lead-based paint and lead dust are the major sources of lead poisoning in children. More children are poisoned by exposure to lead dust from lead-based paint in older homes than by any other source. This exposure is usually through normal hand-to-mouth contact. In some areas, soils have been contaminated by exterior lead-based paint chips and dust, and by automobile exhaust from leaded gasoline. Drinking water can also contain lead from older pipes or solder and contribute to childhood lead poisoning when the water is ingested directly or used to mix beverages. Other common sources of lead are: vinyl mini-blinds, lead-glazed pottery, home remedies (e.g., Azarcon and Greta are almost 100 percent lead), and furniture and toys painted with lead-based paint. Parents who work in lead related industries such as the lead abatement industry, home renovators, antique furniture refinishers and battery recyclers, can also bring lead home on their clothes, exposing children to the hazard. Lead Base Paint Encapsulation