New Water Tank Lining: Passing the Taste Test

From JPCL, August 2021

By Murray Heywood and John Sierzaga, Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine

Potable water storage tank lining systems face a number of tests before a tank can be placed into service—including a final “taste test” of the water in the newly lined tank, the results of which can mean the difference between quickly returning a tank to service or draining thousands of gallons of water, refilling the tank and trying again. This article covers the use of a new 100%-solids glass-flake reinforced epoxy lining system to ace the taste test during a tank rehab....

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Tagged categories: Coating Materials; Linings; potable water; Sherwin-Williams; Water Tanks

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