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InsulPOX™, an Insulating Polymer Concrete Overlay (IPC) for Cryogenic LNG Terminal Spills (Secondary Containment)

Posted by John Bors on Tue, Feb 6, 2018 @ 06:02 AM
Stemming from research conducted with Brookhaven National Laboratory, ChemCo Systems is proud to announce a large scale installation of CCS InsulPOX™ at an LNG terminal facility ...

Comparing and Explaining Polymers in Concrete Construction, Protection and Repair

Posted by John Bors on Thu, Aug 8, 2019 @ 18:08 PM
Examples of polymer uses: Joint materials Waterstops Membranes Bearing pads Conduits, pipe Coatings, linings Panels, carpets Windows (shatter proof) Flooring materials Overlays ...

Cold Weather (Low Temperature) epoxy curing tips

Posted by John Bors on Thu, Dec 13, 2018 @ 20:12 PM
What happens when the ambient air temperature drops by an interval of 18°F (10°C)? Smart guys know that the pot life and cure time of epoxies doubles for temperature drops of this ...

Cure rate (Strength development) of Epoxy Injection Resins

Posted by John Bors on Wed, Aug 30, 2017 @ 15:08 PM
We receive frequent calls from customers, owners and engineers to inquire how fast our structural epoxy injection resins cure. However, there is no accepted universal definition ...

Stitching for Structural Concrete Repair

Posted by John Bors on Tue, Jul 31, 2012 @ 18:07 PM
After concrete is placed in service, unforeseen uses or conditions can affect its performance or cause damage, especially across cold joints or control joints. If the overload or ...