Powering Up

Painting Stacks on the Fast Track

From JPCL, July 2021

By Paul Atzemis and Tony Persutti, Carboline Company

This article recaps the coating of 185-foot-tall regasification stacks at a liquefied natural gas facility in Medway, Massachusetts, where a silicon acrylic protective coating was applied on the scalding exterior surfaces of the stacks. The authors cover the atmospheric conditions, logistical challenges and high-heat service involved in the project....

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Comment from Neil Wilds, (8/9/2021, 5:21 AM)

The following comment is not fully correct ' Inert polymeric matrixes can be suitable for high heat service but need to be fully heat-cured before being used in atmospheric service' This is a very generalized statement as not all Inert multipolymeric matrix materials have poor performance in atmospheric service before being heated

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