How dehumidification and temperature control achieve higher-quality coating/lining projects. For engineers and consultants who specify coating projects involving tanks or enclosed spaces.
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Thermal precleaning for tanks, vessels, rail tank cars and hopper cars, and equipment, preparing surfaces for the application of high-performance or high-bake coating and lining systems.
Design, installation, and maintenance of polymeric coating systems that are applied and directly bonded to concrete in secondary containment applications.
Procedures, equipment, and materials used for air/water/abrasive, water/abrasive, and pressurized water/abrasive blasting. Inhibitors, equipment maintenance & safety guidelines also included.
Preparation of a protective coating specification for atmospheric service. General description and a review of contents. Selection of coatings. Job and inspection requirements. Format and writing style.
This report is intended for use by engineers attempting to protect corroding reinforced concrete structures by the use of electrochemical treatment techniques. The information presented in this report is limited to ECE for atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete.
Evaluating criteria whereby prestressed concrete structures and members can be protected from corrosion by means of cathodic protection (CP).