Ten things you need to know about Polyurea at Utility Week Live

9 May 2016

CSC Services will be showcasing recent advances in Polyurea technology, as part of the Technical Innovation Zone at Utility Week Live.

The Technical Innovation Zone will feature technical talks, demonstrations and product launches to meet the procurement and specifying needs of budget conscious utility industry professionals.

Polyurea technology is a type of elastomer that is being used successfully across many industries worldwide as a superior coating system for waterproofing and corrosion protection. With high tensile strengths and abrasion resistance, the coating can protect against damage to structures including steel, concrete and GRP.

The protective coating is WRAS approved and is pending DWI approval which will significantly open up potential use across the clean water sector. As an extremely versatile coating Polyurea has many potential uses across the utilities sector: –

  • Polyurea technology can offer superior protection of both steel and concrete tanks.
  • Cracked concrete substrates can be quickly and effectively sealed, and water loss eliminated.
  • Existing waste water facilities suffering the effects of hydrogen sulphide degradation can be quickly and cost effectively refurbished and facilities permanently protected against future attack.

CSC Services are demonstrating ‘ten things you need to know’ about Polyurea from stand F2 at 10.30am on Wednesday 18 May.

Mark Lemon, Managing Director of CSC Services explains:

“The presentation will outline the technical qualities and capabilities of Polyurea. It will show the many advantages the product has which makes it stand out from other protective coatings, in particular its very fast set times enabling rapid return to service. Samples of the product will be available along with recent case studies of water and wastewater projects where the product has been used.”

Utility Week Live is the UK’s only exhibition dedicated to the UK’s water, gas and electricity industries. It takes place from 17th – 18th May 2016 at the NEC Birmingham. You can register to attend for free at www.utilityweeklive.co.uk/