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Anti-Corrosion Coating Work

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7 September 2017

CSC Services return to Lynemouth Power Station this month on behalf of Sir Robert McAlpine to install a cementitious coating system to the new rail intake area.

Due to the coastal location of the Power Station and the industrial operating environment Cemprotec E942 has been specified for the work. E942 is made by Flexcrete Technologies. It incorporates the benefits of copolymer and epoxy resin technologies into a water based cementitious system to give a hard, durable coating with excellent resistance to water, chloride ions, oxygen and aggressive chemicals.

This contract follows the successful completion of work earlier this year to protect 1,500m2 of new steel piling in the materials handling facility at the station.

Lynemouth Power Station is currently under conversion to a biomass-fuelled power plant. The Power Station is being converted from coal burn generation to biomass in order to supply the National Grid with up to 390 megawatts of low carbon electricity.

For more information about the range of protective coatings CSC Services can install to protect new structures, particularly where enhanced chemical and abrasion resistance is needed, please call 0191 410 3444.

 

Anti-corrosion coatings


Image shows CSC Services’ operatives installing cementitious coating system to the materials handling facility at the Power Station earlier this year.