Heritage Industrial Finishing is among the nation's leading aerospace and military specification metal finishers. We offer a range of approved finishes, with the quality and reliability you need. Heritage can meet your governmental and military requirements for various pretreatment and coating specifications. In addition, Heritage Industrial Finishing is ISO 9001:2008 certified company. (TTC-490 All Types, Mil-DTL-5541, Mil-DTL-53022, Mil-DTL-53030, Mil-PRF-2377, Mil-DTL-53039, Mil-DTL-64159, Mil-PRF-22750, Mil-DTL-53084 as well as Hydrogen Embrittlement Relief, Passivation, Dry Film Lube, High Heat Coatings...)
Heritage offers clients a wide variety of coating applications including urethanes, epoxies, enamels, lacquers and water based paints. Heritage has the experience, equipment and processes to meet industry specific standards to include commercial, military, CARC, automotive, medical, and aerospace.
Powder Coatings are based on polymer resin systems, combined with curatives, pigments, leveling agents, flow modifiers, and other additives. These ingredients are melted, mixed, cooled, and ground into a uniform powder. An electrostatic pray gun is used to apply the powder particles, which are then attracted to the grounded part. After the powder coating is applied, the parts must go through a curing oven. The heat causes the coating to bake to a fluid state that bonds the paint to the metal surface. Heritage can apply polyester, hybrid, and epoxy powder coats.
Heritage offers several options for sand blasting and shot peening. We offer on site and in house blasting services. Our media ranges from aluminum oxide, Australian garnet, glass bead, dry ice and more. We are able to meet military and SSPC regulations for your next blast job contact us.
Heritage can offer you in house chemical stripping of powder, wet spray, and other coatings. We also have the ability to de-rust most ferrous surfaces.
In house evaluations or onsite of coatings resistance to corrosive environments and/or the cumulative effects of a natural environment like solar radiation, heat and water prior to full-scale installation can help avoid costly premature failure and product contamination. Our staff of chemists, engineers and chemical technicians performs standard or custom exposure testing on coated test panels to assess the coating system ability to resist a service environment. (Salt Spray Testing to B117, Pencil Hardness, Gloss readings, Mandeal Bend Testing, SEM testing, and other analysis available)