Another of the contracts was in Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany. The city of Villingen is the capital of German carnival celebrations.The company contacted us based on recommendations regarding cleaning and painting the production hall.
The cleaning and painting of the production hall was arranged as follows.
– Covering machines, materials and products under large tarpaulins, always locally in places and around the work.
– Industrial vacuuming and sweeping of technical installations and distribution from dust and loose dirt
– Industrial chemical cleaning of steel trusses, steel columns and all other steel structures
– Dry cleaning of bridge crane crane tracks
– Manual mechanical cleaning of skylights, steel trusses, steel columns and crane tracks
– Industrial painting, coatings and spraying of sheet metal ceiling cladding.
– Industrial painting of walls and columns
– Final cleaning of the hall.
The hall looks like new after renovation, cleaning and painting and we can tick off another successfully completed order and the list of our customers has grown by another satisfied company.

This article is about the implementation of a contract for the cleaning and painting of a production hall in Germany in the small village of Hatzfeld engaged in the production of agricultural machinery for harvesting, sowing and vineyard management. In the hall, there was a general cleaning and vacuuming of technical installations on the walls and at heights (water, gas, heating, compressed air, etc.) and cable trays from dust and loose dirt. Cleaning of crane tracks and bridge cranes. Last but not least, dry cleaning of steel structures and skylights in the hall. After the process of cleaning the production hall, it was time for painting, which required covering all materials and machines with large tarpaulins in order to keep the materials and products clean. Production hall painting included, ceiling and wall painting, column painting, and painting of steel structures. As part of the final cleaning, the sectional doors of the hall were also cleaned. The customer was overly satisfied, and that is the main thing. We look forward to further possible cooperation.

We have completed an order for painting a galvanizing plant in Neusäß, Bavaria, Germany. The city is not big, but historically it is very interesting. It was created by merging 8 villages (Hainhofen, Hammel, Neusäß, Schlipsheim, Westheim, Ottmarshausen, Steppach and Täfertingen).Like every metal industry, this hall was full of dirt and industrial dust. Therefore, we used the following workflow.-Local covering of machines, materials and products under large tarpaulins
-Cleaning (vacuuming) of technical installations and wiring on the walls and at heights of dust and loose dirt, resp. Cleaning of air conditioning, water, gas and cable trays
-Cleaning of skylights and side windows
-Industrial painting of the concrete ceiling
-Industrial painting of brick walls.
There was also the cleaning of steel structures, cleaning of crane tracks, and subsequently painting the production hall. The whole hall received a new white paint. The spraying of steel structures and the spraying of crane tracks was carried out in the shade of dark gray RAL 7016. The customer was satisfied, we are pleased and it drives us on.

Another realization took place in the small village of Kieselbronn near the town of Pforzheim in Germany. Thanks to a large orchard, a museum of fruit varieties was established in the village.The company had a requirement for a complete renovation of the halls. Therefore, a clear procedure was chosen. First of all, complete coverage of the work surface. Subsequently, industrial cleaning and vacuuming of technical wiring at heights, cleaning of electrical installations and chemical cleaning of windows and skylights.When all the cleaning work was completed, the hall could be painted, which included painting and painting the ceiling tiles, spraying the steel structures, and finally painting the walls and columns. And according to the photo before and after what you see below the article, you can evaluate how well we succeeded.

The interesting thing about our next contract is that during World War II, the Germans occupied a tire factory, although Montluçon in France was in the so-called free zone to use a research laboratory to synthesize rubber because natural rubber could not be imported into Germany. As the previous lines suggest, this is a global tire manufacturer. Implementation of a contract for cleaning warehouses. It was necessary to clean (vacuum or sweep) the ceilings and walls of dirt and dust from wiring, lights and pipes. Therefore, the customer decided for our company. We have extensive experience with these procedures and implementations and this is not a problem for us. Our specialists in the field thoroughly evaluated the condition of the hall and discussed with our technical department what needs to be done to make the hall really look like new. As part of speeding up and streamlining the order, there is no time to move and the hall is still in operation. Industrial vacuuming of walls and ceilings. Vacuuming of technical and fire-fighting installations where a huge amount of dirt and dust is held is a matter of course. After complete dedusting of walls, ceilings, columns, steel structures, etc., it is time for painting, which we perform using an airless system, thanks to which there is high efficiency and perfect application of paint. Finally, as always, the final cleaning takes place after implementation. This job was another great experience for us and we were honored to work for such a famous company. As we work for this customer in other countries, we look forward to further cooperation.

Realization of this contract in Germany, in the small village of Mauerste, whose history dates back to the 9th century. The company manufactures safety brakes and safety clutches for locomotives and industry. The hall was very difficult to access by any technique, so it was necessary to use well-manageable and spatially storable platforms from our garage to get to all the nooks and crannies and thus make our technological process more efficient. After covering part of the hall with large hanging tarpaulins and local covering of products, materials and machines, we were able to rush to the implementation, which included industrial painting of the sheet metal ceiling, chemical cleaning and subsequent painting of steel trusses, auxiliary structures, profiles and columns. Subsequently, we performed cleaning (vacuuming or sweeping) which included pipes and cable trays on the walls and in height. Specifically, these were pipelines for water, gas and air conditioning. The implementation, thanks to our vast experience in the field, therefore took place in a flash. After the completion of the implementation, as always, a complete final cleaning took place and our boys were able to go home to rest. We are looking forward to another cooperation.