Sussex Blast Cleaning have fabricated and fitted a new hand tubular and glass hand rail for Hastings Direct and also just finished the renovation of Burton Mill which included metal work repair and blasting and painting the mill machinery. We have just finished a tank lining at Esso. Fabricated and fitted new balustrade sections [...]
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High specification paint job on some under sea pipe spools which involved grit blasting to SA3 standard and application of Sigma / PPG paints as specified including all testing and inspection.
Sussex Blast Cleaning have been appointed as a subcontractor to restore the World’s largest Victorian glasshouse, the Temperate House at Kew Gardens. Following highly successful projects on the Cutty Sark and Beachy Head Lighthouse, the company have been contracted to work on this iconic landmark.
In April 2011 Sussex Blast Cleaning have been contracted to restore the Dartford Barrier for the Environment Agency. Working with Civil Engineers, Birse , the project will cover approximately three months over the summer period.
We were asked to tender for the works by Trinity House which we won. After an aborted attempt on the 17th September due to sea conditions we started work on the 20th September. The work involved Ultra High Pressure Washing of the whole structure, removing all loose coatings and re-applying new coatings to all the metal work and the granite tower.
Since the first initial 12 running-in tanks, Sussex Blast Cleaning have blasted and painted many more for Petrochem, both internally including tank linings and externally. The company continues to service the customer’s ongoing requirements.
Early in 2010 the Company was invited to tender for the project to refurbish the ICI Dulux white paint factory at Stowmarket. It was the first major restoration project since the plant was built in the 1970's.
In May 2007, the fire on the Cutty Sark was seen as an opportunity for the Company to offer its services to restore the proud status of this unique British Heritage. The ship was undoubtedly in a sorry state and Sussex Blast Cleaning Limited made a proactive approach and presented their services.They were invited to complete trials for the restoration project, where it was able to demonstrate fully its high levels of competence and expertise. The contract was won to complete the restoration in November 2007 after competing against much larger and high profile companies.