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Cemprotec Clutch Filler

Mortar for Sealing the Surface Gap at the Interlock or Clutch between PileIs Overview Cemprotec Clutch Filler is a uniquely formulated cementitious material for sealing the surface gap at the interlock or clutch between piles prior to the application of a Flexcrete cementitious anti-corrosion coating. Cemprotec Clutch Filler is a two component, water based, epoxy and cementitious… Read more

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Corrosion Protection at Creekmoor Sheet Piles

Corrosion protection of steel piling totalling 480m². Background This project involved the maintenance of existing sheet piled walls in Holes Bay, Poole Harbour. Located within a coastal preservation site, the Borough of Poole and Balfour Beatty were seeking a long-term corrosion protection solution for a 480m² area of sheet piles situated in an inter-tidal stormwater culvert… Read more

Corrosion Protection at Flood Defence Barrier Refurbishment Project

Corrosion protection of steel piling on three sites. Background This project involved the refurbishment of flood defence barriers and sheet pile installations over three site locations in and around Canvey Island, Essex. These installations provide protection to the neighbouring areas of Canvey island, Benfleet and Pitsea with varying difficulties of access to facilitate the works… Read more

Waterproofing of Concrete Floors and Sheet Piles in Basements

Waterproofing of sheet piles and floor slabs in a basement. Background Westminster City school is a non-diocesan, voluntary aided, all ability school, which has been situated in the Victoria area of London since 1877. As part of Westminster City Council’s £152 million investment in the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) Programme, the school obtained… Read more

Corrosion Protection for Wadebridge Estuary in Cornwall

Corrosion protection of sheet steel piles in a tidal environment. Background Straddling the River Camel on the North coast of Cornwall, the town of Wadebridge is the gateway to the picturesque Camel Trail. The bridge, after which the town takes its name, was built in 1460 and is reputedly built on foundations of wool. Steel sheet piles form a… Read more

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Cementitious Coatings Provide Corrosion Protection on Marine Structures

Although protective coatings are used as the most common means of controlling and inhibiting corrosion on marine structures, difficult working conditions in tidal environments will frequently lead to a reduction in effectiveness over the longer term. There is often limited access to marine structures, work must be completed within tidal windows and the environmental conditions… Read more