Corrosion Engineering offers durable primary containment lining solutions for demanding environments. Hot corrosive chemicals, exothermic reactions, agitated sediment – these conditions often call for acid resistant brick or tile linings. For cooler service temperatures, flake-filled PENNCOAT® Linings are an economical choice. With a broad product line from which to choose, Corrosion Engineering can help you evaluate options to meet your needs.
Anchored thermoplastic , available in HDPE, PP, PVDF, and ECTFE, are a great option for concrete tanks. ACROLINE® Systems have been installed in diverse applications ranging from potable water treatment tanks, to phosphoric acid attack tanks.
Historically, brick linings are utilized in the most demanding environments, and provide reliable service with minimal maintenance.
Flake fillers in our PENNCOAT® Lining formulations reduce the lining’s permeability for longer life in immersion service. Systems are designed for brush, roller, trowel and spray application.
Phosphoric acid attack tanks are lined with carbon brick set in over a chemical-resistant membrane such as .
In acidic environments subject to thermal cycling, adding a layer of PENNGUARD® Block Lining System behind the brickwork insulates the membrane and extends its service life.
Urethane-asphalt was used to coat the exterior surface of this sulfur pit made of TUFCHEM® Silicate Concrete. The sulfur pit was precast in two pieces then joined in the field.
Vinyl ester mortars have historically been used in tile-lined, pulp bleach plant equipment. Our family of vinyl ester PENNCHEM® Mortars provides customized performance to address variations in pH and temperature for optimal mortar longevity.