Since its formation in the 1970s, Falcon Cranes has painted a myriad of products for its customers, primarily cranes, generators, and site containers.

 

However, its latest project took the company on a “prehistoric adventure.” 

 

The team was presented with a huge, fabricated dinosaur skeleton that needed restoration, including surface treatment and painting. 

 

HMG assisted Terry Mulligan, paint shop supervisor, and his team.

 

Working alongside Roger Blinco, HMG Paints South East technical sales manager the team utilized several HMG products including Monothane, Acrythane SC601 and Acrythane 4G Clearcoat. 

 

“We’ve worked with HMG for a number of years and knew that their versatile product portfolio would be ideal for this project,” Mulligan said. “The skill and technique that went into this project, is applied to all aspects of our spray booth, whether it be commercial vehicles and tower cranes or in this case, a dinosaur.”

 

HMG’s Monothane is a 2K Polyurethane Finish designed for use on Ferrous substrates without the need for a Primer. Acrythane SC601 offers outstanding properties including rapid drying, high gloss, and simplicity of use. Acrythane 4G, one of HMG’s commercial vehicle products, finished the project in a finish normally reserved for high-end and luxury commercial vehicles.

 

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