Sandblasting and Painting

Sandblasting and Painting

The 69,000 square feet Blast & Paint Shop, with its fully enclosed, high production and energy efficient design, offers quick turn around times to reduce downtime maintenance costs for our customers. Accommodating barges up to 300 feet long by 54 feet wide, we can sand blast and paint a dry cargo barge in 2 to 3 days, a tank barge in 3 to 4 days, and an oversized tank barge in 5 to 7 days regardless of weather. Our innovative design includes such elements as recyclable shot, heat and storm water recovery, automated blast nozzles, and a technologically advanced air filtration system. This design allows us to reduce VOC emissions, achieve 99% plus particle filtration, meet Department of Energy compressed air challenge, and reduce operating costs.

Paint Shop & Sandblasting:

  • EPA compliant enclosed system
  • Automated sand blasting
  • Vessels up to 300 feet long by 54 feet wide

New 150 feet by 50 feet Fabrication Shop

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Locations That Offer Sandblasting and Painting Services

 

Harahan, Louisiana

Upper Miss River Mile 107

National Maintenance and Repair of Louisiana (NMRLA) is located in Harahan, Louisiana, just minutes north of New Orleans. 

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Hartford, Illinois

Upper Miss River Mile 198.5

The Hartford, IL facility is located at the confluence of the Upper Mississippi and Missouri rivers.

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Paducah, Kentucky

TN River Mile 4.5

Home to Excel Marine, National Maintenance and Repair of Kentucky and National Maintenance and Repair Diesel Engine Division, Paducah, KY serves as a strategic service point at the crossroads of our inland river system.

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Sayler Park, Ohio

OH River Mile 483

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Sheridan Shipyard South Point, Ohio

OH River Mile 320.4

McGinnis, Inc.’s full service and environmental award winning , Sheridan Shipyard, is located in South Point, OH at Ohio River Mile 320.4.

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McNational, Inc. continues to expand their service capabilities and locations to serve broader markets. Today, the company has an extensive fleet of harbor boats and shipyards on the Ohio, Tennessee, and Mississippi rivers.