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August 31 - September 4, 2015

How do you remove all traces of an uncured internal coating from a tank when abrasive blasting is not an option?


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From Lydia Frenzel of Advisory Council on October 6, 2015:
The key to using HP or UHP water jetting inside a ...read more

From trevor neale of TF Warren Group on September 9, 2015:
Depending on the size, location of tank and its ap ...read more

From OM PRAKASH JAT of TECH INTERNATIONAL SHARJAH HAMRIAH UAE. on September 9, 2015:
I suggest ultra high pressure water jetting, or, i ...read more

From Tom Schwerdt of Active Transportation Advocates on September 8, 2015:
If the coating is uncured, you may also be able to ...read more

From Warren Brand of Chicago Corrosion Group on September 8, 2015:
I like the Sponge Jet idea, though the material is ...read more

From S. Matsumoto of Abraco on September 3, 2015:
Use ultra-high-pressure water jetting or a thermal ...read more

From Michael Dwyer of Daubert Chemical Company, Inc. on September 2, 2015:
If water is objectionable, then consider the use o ...read more

From Alex Dionisopoulos of personal co on September 2, 2015:
Sponge jet blasting may be a solution. ...read more

From Warren Brand of Chicago Corrosion Group on September 1, 2015:
Removing all traces of an uncured tank lining may ...read more

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Tagged categories: Abrasive blasting; Asia Pacific; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Latin America; North America; Surface Preparation; Tank interiors; Tanks