• We offer our clients first class services at competitive prices
  • We offer our clients first class services at competitive prices
  • We offer our clients first class services at competitive prices
  • We offer our clients first class services at competitive prices
  • We offer our clients first class services at competitive prices
  • We offer our clients first class services at competitive prices
Abrasive Blasting

Abrasive Blasting, traditionally known as Sand Blasting, is carried out by our experienced operators using quality GMA Garnet and can be undertaken at our premises in Bellevue or out onsite using our mobile units. Abrasive blasting is an imperative procedure used to remove rust and ensure a surface is ready for high performance coating. We specialise in the abrasive blasting of the interior and exterior of fuel and water storage tanks, pressure vessels, pipelines, machinery and all types of storage vessels. Our Abrasive Blasting and Protective Coating Teams cover Shutdowns and Remote projects throughout WA and cover Christmas and Cocos (Keeling) Islands.

We Also Abrasive Blast:
  • Earthmoving equipment

  • Excavation equipment

  • Trailers; semi-trailers & vehicle trailers

  • Tippers

  • Trains / Bogies

  • Shipping containers

  • Caterpillar spare parts

  • Steel Doors

  • Front-ends & panels

  • Horse floats

  • Car parts, motor bike frames

Protective Coatings

Mills Industrial specialise in the application of all types of protective coatings, ranging from zincs, epoxies, polyurethanes and tank linings. Application of the coating is by experienced applicators who are entirely conversant with all types of protective coatings and application techniques. Our application of multi-coat painting systems can be carried out on site, or we have adequate storage areas to accommodate projects at our premises.

On request we will supply Protective Coatings Inspection Reports to show application measurements:

  • Air temperature and still temperature

  • Humidity level

  • Dew Point level

  • Dry Bulb temperature

  • Surface Preparation

  • D.F.M. and W.F.M. measurement

If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Merv Perry: