GCP Applied Technologies Case Study

GCP Applied Technologies had multiple chemical containment areas requiring concrete coating. The work included abrasive blasting of concrete to achieve a proper substrate profile, applying a specialized primer coat to seal the prepared surface, applying an FRP putty to smooth out irregularities and ensure proper bonding of the chemical resistant liner, and installing a 100 mil FRP corrosion liner.

Jun 22, 2016 | Read More >>

Tags: Field Services, Turnaround Services, New Fiberglass Project Services


 

Turnaround and New Project Services

A municipality was planning to overhaul their caustic solution system in less than five years. Their current structures included two fiberglass chlorine scrubbers that were about 10 years old. These vessels were both 30’ in diameter and 27’ tall and had considerable corrosive attack to the liner and structural portions of the fiberglass laminate. The customer did not want to replace these tanks since they would soon be obsolete considering the scheduled renovation.

Feb 23, 2011 | Read More >>

Tags: Field Services, Turnaround Services, New Fiberglass Project Services


 

General Maintenance

A chemical company was looking to replace badly deteriorated steel handrails and grating on their hot process brine structure with new fiberglass handrails and grating. This type of installation can bring confusion and difficulty because field modifications are almost always required to complete the project properly.

Feb 23, 2011 | Read More >>

Tags: Field Services, General Maintenance