Industrial Fiberglass Repair Phoenix
Aerial Equipment Fiberglass Repair Phoenix
Rat Race Productions Fiberglass Repair
Utility Company Aerial Equipment Structural Fiberglass
Owned and operated by Al Banks, Rat Race Productions has been the exclusive utility equipment
aerial equipment fiberglass repair shop for power companies
in Phoenix, Arizona since 1978
SRP (Salt River Project), APS (Arizona Public Service),
Cox Cable, Tucson Electric, etc.
We completely and professionally repair , refurbish and refinish fiberglass aerial equipment buckets , booms, jib booms, and platforms
for utility company aerial equipment, etc..,
We make your old buckets like NEW for less than half the cost of a new bucket!!!!!
Al Banks' Rat Race Productions in Phoenix, Arizona provides the outstanding fiberglass repair and finishing
service for Altec, Terex, SPR, APS, TEP, etc booms, fiberglass buckets, platforms, jib boobs, fiberglass covers, etc
We completely repair and refinish all utility company aerial equipment fiberglass buckets like brand new!!!
The above photos shows how we can repair any fiberglass bucket and make it 100%!!!... like brand new.
We only refinish with dielectric rated gel coat as per manufacturer specs. Other repair facilities often use regular
automotive paints which are not dielectrically tested and approved for use by the equipment manufacturers, OSHA, etc.
for use by power companies for high power utility lines.
Multiple fiberglass buckets completed sanded inside and out as part of any professional fiberglass repair and refinishing.
Many shops short-cut proper work to save labor and thus jeopardize your equipment and personell.
Before and After fiberglass repair and refinishing on horse-heads on SRP booms in Phoenix, Arizona
Jib Boom Repair:
Keeping your fiberglass jib booms in-service and 100% like brand new with complete, professional, experienced
fiberglass repair and refinishing with dielectrically-tested and safe gel coat per manufacturers' standards for utility
power company aerial equipment for power company use.