We recently finished painting several large dump truck bodies for one of the biggest suppliers of dump bodies in the country. This project showcases the benefits of commercial fleet refinishing—how companies can renew and protect existing assets instead of spending money on costly replacements.
Our fleet painting process
As with most of our painting and coating projects, our first step was to load the dump truck bodies into our blast booth, where we sandblasted away any rust and old coatings in preparation for painting. Once the surfaces were prepped, we applied a primer, followed by an Axalta polyurethane automotive paint.
With several spacious paint and blast booths, our facilities are ideally suited for large industrial and commercial fleet work. Our largest paint booth spans 6,000 square feet and has 20 feet of vertical clearance, and our blast booth can accommodate work over 100-feet long by 20-feet wide by 16-feet tall. We also have a lifting capability of 65,00 lbs, allowing us to transport large truck beds, trailers and machine parts across the grounds for each stage of the painting process.
Quality protection in harsh conditions
Our automotive coatings help vehicles retain their gloss and vivid color for years. However, commercial fleet painting doesn’t just provide an aesthetic benefit, but it also protects vehicles and equipment from damaging rust, corrosion, UV rays and toxic substances.
We use hardwearing, chemical-resistant automotive coatings, including high-performance clear coats, designed to withstand tough industry environments. From touch-ups to full paint jobs, we can provide super high-gloss finishes, decal removal, scratch and peeling repair, and custom color-matching.
As one of Seattle’s longest standing commercial painting companies, you can count on our experience and expertise to get the job done.