We deliver quality coatings that extend the lifetime of your assets.
We provide on time services to our customers so they can provide on time services to their customers.
Our operations include abrasive sandblasting and UHP water jetting.
Who is Anchor?
Founded in 2000, Anchor Sandblasting and Coatings, Inc. specializes in providing comprehensive marine preservation solutions to a diverse customer base, including commercial operators and government agencies. With an impressive track record, we have successfully executed work packages for esteemed entities such as the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, NOAA, and various tanker barge and bulk transport companies. Our wide range of services encompasses abrasive sandblasting, UHP water jetting (including robotic vacuum assisted blasting units), pressure washing, and coating application, all utilizing state-of-the-art airless and plural component pump outfits. For complex structures on vessels, both interior and exterior, we offer scaffolding and containment solutions. Additionally, our dedicated “Anchor’s Mobile Tiger Team” is ready to meet your asset preservation needs, working tirelessly around the clock to accommodate your schedule and specifications. With a vast equipment inventory of over 200 pieces and a team of more than 120 associates, Anchor operates from its strategic location in Tampa.
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