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On lining a demineralized water tank

From JPCL, May 2009

A high-quality epoxy phenolic lining failed after only five years inside a demineralized water tank. The 560,000-gallon tank is made out of carbon steel. The design pressure and temperatures of the tank are atmospheric and 100 F (38 C). What advice can you provide for this application to avoid another premature failure?...
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Tagged categories: Epoxy; Linings; Phenolic; Steel; Water Tanks

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