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Old 02-26-2016, 09:34 AM   #1
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I have an Industrial Size paint booth and Blasting Booth. Does anyone else you Paint Booths for Industrial project, mostly Structural Steel? I am looking to get a good Bill Rate for Paint/Blast. I know each situation is different depending on Overhead and Costs, but I would like to see what the market is dictating right now. Any help ?
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Old 02-26-2016, 10:04 AM   #2
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I have an Industrial Size paint booth and Blasting Booth. Does anyone else you Paint Booths for Industrial project, mostly Structural Steel? I am looking to get a good Bill Rate for Paint/Blast. I know each situation is different depending on Overhead and Costs, but I would like to see what the market is dictating right now. Any help ?
Check out your nearest powder coating shop. They usually have a blast and coating area. I use one near me that is not that expensive and they provide a quick turnover.

The California air regulatory agencies would require all kinds of air compliance requirements to run a spray and blast shop. I would rather leave those headaches to shops that specialize in that.

We occasionally do field blasting, but are required to construct containments and have dust collecting systems.
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