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January 24 - January 30, 2016

Under what conditions should small-diameter blisters (<1.5 inches) in a water tank lining be repaired/repainted? Should the blisters be broken and the substrate examined?

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From Peter Bock of Performance Polymers Americas LLC on March 29, 2016:
Warren Brand, B. Brown and Ms. Lydia have technica more

From Lydia Frenzel of Advisory Council on March 25, 2016:
When I saw B Brown's statement,"oxygen molecule is more

From Mark Lewis of East Bay Municipal Utility District on March 24, 2016:
Another driver in this situation is whether or not more

From B Brown of Self on March 22, 2016:
Another source of blistering in a water tank could more

From Jim Johnson of CHLOR*RID International Inc. on February 1, 2016:
It would be usual to break a few of the blisters j more

From Warren Brand of Chicago Corrosion Group on January 27, 2016:
Short answer: leave them alone. Assuming these ar more

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