Chemical Resistant Secondary Containment: Coating For Sumps, Walls, Berms And Floors

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by National Library of Scotland

This specialized epoxy coating can create chemically resistant barriers over concrete, plastic, steel, wood, and even asphalt.

To avoid liability and minimize impact from hazardous chemical spills secondary containment areas and sump pumps are used. Prevent incidental or catastrophic spills from damaging or contaminating surrounding areas. This coating is durable enough to hold most spills until they can be recovered or neutralized and disposed of. To maintain integrity concrete and most other construction materials need to be coated with chemically resistant finishes to resist incidental contact with the chemicals and substances that may be present. This coating is designed to repel moisture, abrasion and inhibit rust and corrosion. This coating is able to stand up to highly acidic solutions, bleaches, caustics and various petroleum products. Solutions like sulfuric acid, chlorine, potassium chloride and fuel oil just to name a few.

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For a free cost analysis customized to your project including step by step instructions go to www.concrete-floor-coatings.com . The kits include what you will need to achieve a sufficiently smooth surface that the coating will adhere to creating an impermeable contiguous chemically resistant barrier. Quotes include crack and joint repair materials and fillers as needed. Appropriate detailing can be achieved so that the coating systems can handle a working environment with normal wear and tear.

Berm & Containment applications include:

Coating

Secondary containment coating systems, once applied, generally contain two or more coats applied to a thickness of 20 to 40 mils providing exceptional chemical resistance for incidental spills and recovery.

Crack Bridging and Hole Repair

Secondary containment areas often require support materials to bridge cracks and fill holes as required to achieve a cost-effective impermeable barrier.


▪ Wash-down, storage and secondary containment for aircraft, trucks, tankers, trailers and other equipment in a variety of berm sizes.
▪ Containment of oil, fuel, chemicals, acids, generators, trucks and other power equipment used in-plant or in remote locations
oatings are chemically resistant resin systems. When used and applied in multiple coats it creates an impermeable and contiguous chemically resistant shield over your containment area. Normal application achieves a thickness of 10-15 mils per coat. This coating is an economical approach to meet the requirements to protect concrete, wood, plastic and even asphalt containment area construction materials. Because it is important for this system to be truly effective it should be applied to a surface that is free from holes and other irregularities.

Durall Industial Flooring, has over 40 years of flow coated flooring experience. With over 500 specialty chemical products Durall Industial Flooring, provides 24/7 service hand help. Free cost analysis for each flooring project is available at www.concrete-floor-coatings.com


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