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Secondary Containment Lining Systems 1. Keep hazardous materials from contaminating the surrounding environment as mandated by state DEP and federal EPA regulations 2. Protect expensive structural and process investments with minimal required maintenance, repairs or replacement.
Federal and state EPA/DEP requirements for secondary containment mandate the containment must hold any spills, catastrophic or otherwise, from leaking into the surrounding environment for a period of at least 72 hours. There are a number of secondary containment coating or lining selections that can be made depending on the volatility of product or chemicals being safeguarded.  They can range from a corrosion resistant coating to fabric reinforced lining to thermoplastics.  Design and selection considerations besides catastrophic spill containment are splash & spill protection due to occasional equipment leaks, potential physical abuse, thermal extremes or cycling, vehicular or pedestrian traffic activity and safety  as well as economic and budgetary constraints.
Rezklad Spray Applied Coatings
Rezklad 135S is a sprayed system that quickly applies a 1/8" (125 mil) textured non-slip novolac epoxy coating on horizontal, vertical and overhead areas.  The 135S and the Rezklad 125S-AR (Abrasion Resistant) system are  widely used as linings in the water/wastewater treatment industry,  The material is designed to spray through a carrousel spray hopper that forced the material to a wand where 60psi airstream atomizes the material into a spray pattern.
Chempruf Lining Systems Chempruf systems from Atlas Minerals & Chemicals, Inc.  are both primary and secondary containment lining. The product line ranges from a high build fiberglass flake reinforced 20-30 mil coatings to a 600- 100 mil trowell applied mortar system to a multi-layer mortar and a fiberglass fabric reinforced laminate system.  These systems offer the selection of epoxy, furan, polyester and vinyl ester binder resins..
Fiberglass flake in the coating and trowel systems prevent permeation of liquids through the lining and the add a considerable tensile strength and abrasion resistance. The resin selection and the fiberglass filler make the material chemically insert to a wide array of corrosive materials. Fiberglass fabric reinforced systems are typically 1/8" thick systems that are trowel applied in 60 mil layers of a basecoat and topcoat with resin saturated 10 ounce fiberglass fabric in between.  This is known as a "contact molded" or "hand layup" system similar to the technique used in fabricating fiberglass tanks and boats.
Fiberglass fabric reinforced systems are typically 1/8" thick systems that are trowel applied in 60 mil layers of a basecoat and topcoat with resin saturated 10 ounce fiberglass fabric in between.  This is known as a "contact molded" or "hand layup" system similar to the technique used in fabricating fiberglass tanks and boats.
4-2_chempruf_bulletin.pdf Download File chempruf_2000_series_chem_resistance_chart.pdf Download File
©2017 Comnat Inc.
Secondary Containment Lining Systems 1. Keep hazardous materials from contaminating the surrounding environment as mandated by state DEP and federal EPA regulations 2. Protect expensive structural and process investments with minimal required maintenance, repairs or replacement.
Federal and state EPA/DEP requirements for secondary containment mandate the containment must hold any spills, catastrophic or otherwise, from leaking into the surrounding environment for a period of at least 72 hours. There are a number of secondary containment coating or lining selections that can be made depending on the volatility of product or chemicals being safeguarded.  They can range from a corrosion resistant coating to fabric reinforced lining to thermoplastics.  Design and selection considerations besides catastrophic spill containment are splash & spill protection due to occasional equipment leaks, potential physical abuse, thermal extremes or cycling, vehicular or pedestrian traffic activity and safety  as well as economic and budgetary constraints.
Rezklad Spray Applied Coatings
Rezklad 135S is a sprayed system that quickly applies a 1/8" (125 mil) textured non-slip novolac epoxy coating on horizontal, vertical and overhead areas.  The 135S and the Rezklad 125S-AR (Abrasion Resistant) system are  widely used as linings in the water/wastewater treatment industry,  The material is designed to spray through a carrousel spray hopper that forced the material to a wand where 60psi airstream atomizes the material into a spray pattern.
Chempruf Lining Systems Chempruf systems from Atlas Minerals & Chemicals, Inc.  are both primary and secondary containment lining. The product line ranges from a high build fiberglass flake reinforced 20-30 mil coatings to a 600-100 mil trowell applied mortar system to a multi-layer mortar and a fiberglass fabric reinforced laminate system.  These systems offer the selection of epoxy, furan, polyester and vinyl ester binder resins..
Fiberglass flake in the coating and trowel systems prevent permeation of liquids through the lining and the add a considerable tensile strength and abrasion resistance. The resin selection and the fiberglass filler make the material chemically insert to a wide array of corrosive materials. Fiberglass fabric reinforced systems are typically 1/8" thick systems that are trowel applied in 60 mil layers of a basecoat and topcoat with resin saturated 10 ounce fiberglass fabric in between.  This is known as a "contact molded" or "hand layup" system similar to the technique used in fabricating fiberglass tanks and boats.