Paint blistering is another problem that arises during surface coating in marine production facilities due to the wet conditions at sea. As paint dries on a damp surface, adhesion of the paint to the surface is lost, causing the paint to bubble and blister. The marine production facility blast rooms developed by Airblast AFC allow you to carefully control both humidity and temperature to ensure that the chances of paint blistering are reduced.
Delamination is the phenomenon whereby paint begins to peel away layer by layer and is caused, again, by wet conditions. Water can prevent adhesions between separate layers of paint, or it can occur within a layer of paint. Either way, the integrity of the surface coating is compromised. By using a blast room developed specifically for marine production facilities, your chances of delamination occurring are minimized.