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The Rolling Plains steel finishing facility can help you achieve higher production rates with zero site restrictions and plenty of laydown area. Our facility covers over 50 acres just outside of Phoenix, with nearly 70,000 square feet undercover. Our controlled environment mitigates disruptions caused by weather and allows our SSPC-trained quality assurance team to inspect steel members in their entirety. 


 Our by-hand preparation involves (SSPC-SP1, SSPC-SP2, and SSPC-SP3). Our team utilizes commercial pressure washers and degreasing equipment to aid in the efficient removal of mill scale, loose rust, and coatings. Our abrasive blasting conforms to the following: (SSPC-SP5/NACE1, SSPC-SP6/NACE 3, SSPC-SP7/NACE4, SSPC-SP10/NACE 2).  


The Rolling Plains crane-fed wheel machine can accept almost any size steel member and when paired with our smaller conveyor-fed machine, we can tackle any job in a timely manner. The large hand blast area can handle pieces of any shape or size needing to be blasted. Our team can also specialty blast stainless, galvanized, and more. 


The Rolling Plains Steel Shop Team can apply complex protective coatings including, zincs, epoxies, polyurethanes, acrylics, alkyds, and polyureas. Coupled with our knowledge of cutting-edge products, we can recommend the right solution for your specific environmental conditions and exposures.  


We utilize products from leading industry manufacturers including Carboline, Isolatek, Sherwin-Williams, PPG, Tnemec, International, and many more. 

Rolling Plains Quality Control inspections ensure that all manufacturers' recommendations are followed. 


Shop applied Intumescent Fireproofing allows us to control the product from surface prep all the way to installation. Monitoring re-coat times in our facility allows for a faster process without the expense of abrading for the next coat. We can do in days what would take weeks to accomplish in the field. On-site crews finish tie-ins and touch up positively impacting your schedule.  

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