Transmission Tower Painting

First-class energised tower refurbishment, maintenance and painting services on live-line assets across New Zealand.
What we offer

We’re at the top of our industry – literally. We provide first-class energised tower repair, maintenance and painting services to transmission and broadcasting assets across New Zealand. Specifically, we offer safe and innovative solutions such as:

  • High pressure water blasting form 2000-5000 PSI
  • Wet abrasive blasting (WAB)
  • Application of various protective coating systems
  • Corrosion assessment and mitigation strategies
  • Steel and Bolt Replacement, Earth plate installation.
Safety is Number One! We will not compromise on safety

Our experience is that our clients think the same way. We like that. It means our values align and we have a shared goal of every person on our projects returning home safely at the end of every day. Painting at heights in an energised zone is a very high risk activity, requiring specialist training and stringent work practices. Our crews are disciplined and highly trained in painting energised circuits. Our work practices and methodologies incorporate safety at every level.

 
CAPABLE AND TRAINED ENERGISED TOWER PAINTERS

We have a well-seasoned team of multi-disciplined tower painting/rigging and industrial rope access technicians.

  • All members are certified in tower rescue, working at heights and high risk work environments. Some of our staff have been painting energised circuits around the world for over 15 years
  • All team members, before deemed competent, must undergo an intensive training and certification process. Many of the team are “Train the Painter” and NACE qualified.

Other topics include:

  • Site-specific electrical theory and practical knowledge – critical for working at heights on Energised structures
  • Equipotential bonding of plant and machinery
  • Mechanical preparation, Water blasting and/or Wet abrasive blasting steel lattice towers on live circuits o
  • Application of various protective coatings, many are “Train the Painter” and NACE qualified.