Practical and economical, Corrosion Engineering’s secondary containment lining systems provide just the right amount of protection against occasional chemical spills or short-term immersion.
User-friendly PENNCOAT® and PENNCOAT® MR Linings are practical and cost-effective solutions for secondary containment structures designed to resist occasional chemical splash and spill.
The elastomeric nature of and PENNCHEM™ 97 Membrane allow them to accommodate some movement in the substrates over which they are applied. Both are useful secondary containment linings within their chemical-resistance capabilities.
TUFCHEM® Silicate Concrete is an acid-resistant substitute for Portland cement concrete. This active pharmaceutical ingredient plant, which uses strong sulfuric and acetic acids, constructed secondary containment dikes using TUFCHEM® Silicate Concrete that was mixed on site in a continuous volumetric mix truck.
Strong acid containment dikes demand robust protection against thermal shock. Thermal shock produced when strong acid leaks into standing water can delaminate thin liquid-applied linings. Thicker linings, such as acid brick or polymer concrete, offer excellent protection against thermal shock. This lead-acid battery manufacturer protects its strong acid storage and mixing containment areas with acid brick and over asphaltic PENNCOAT™ 101 Membrane.
A chemical containment system is not complete until expansion joints are filled. Chemical-resistant FLEXJOINT® Sealants provide excellent dimensional recovery between expansion and contraction cycles.