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Solent Protective Coatings

Solent Protective Coatings are a forward looking company combining the latest innovations, technologies, techniques, equipment and products with excellent experience, and can offer solutions to all aspects of surface preparation, corrosion protection and application of protective coatings both for preservation and presentation.

Their staff have considerable experience in operations undertaken by the company and have established a very good reputation for service and quality. The overall intent of the company philosophy is to create a strong relationship with their customers, professional teams and the supply chain, which is based on trust and co-operation and represents a genuine partnership.

Their key services include abrasive grit blast surface preparation, passive fire protection, thermal spraying, protective coatings application, and UHP water blasting. Their expert staff and partners are available to ensure that your project is full specified and planned with the right people, equipment and materials to deliver the results you require.

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