Click here… to see how Sauereisen’s solution protected a stainless steel structure from future degradation in Logan Township, NJ.
Written by: Jon Lattin of Corrosion Technology Systems and John Davis of Sauereisen
This article also appeared in WaterWorld Magazine here...
to learn more about our Polymer Concretes and considerations for the selection of materials for corrosion protection and versatility.
Written by: John Davis of Sauereisen
This article also to appears in the 2014 Spring edition of Sulfuric Acid Today
to read about a solution for rehabilitation and protection of a
50,000 square foot concrete clarifier damaged from mild chemical attack and abrasion from the pulping process.
Written by: Greg Severyn of Sauereisen
Look for this article to appear in Trenchless Technology Magazine.
This story was also highlighted in CoatingsPro Magazine last year.
Introducing, No. 32 Potting Cement.
The below ad will appear in Ceramic Industry Magazine’s April edition along with an article written by Luis Granes of Sauereisen.
Bio-Preferred: Bio-Preferred designation of ConoFlex 381
according to USDA standards for a composition high in renewable materials.
No VOCs: (Volatile Organic Compounds) or HAPs (Hazardous Air Pollutants) among SewerGard and FibreCrete epoxy linings
USDA Compliance: Compliance with USDA standards of use in Federally inspected meat & poultry plants
for ConoCrete flooring and ConoGlaze coatings.
NSF Standard 61: Certification for ConoFlex 381.61
for safe exposure to potable water.
Asbestos-Free: Historic Sauereisen inorganic formulations such as Acidproof Concrete No. 54
, Corrosion Resistant Mortar No. 65
, Chemical Resistant Castable No. 35
, and F-100 Grout
have been Asbestos-Free since inception.