Concrete Protection

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As the July-Sept issue of PCE International explains, Flexcrete’s anti-carbonation coatings have been chosen to create an architectural statement on a new build clinic in Taiwan and previously on three historic buildings in Portsmouth, UK.

Levelling & Anti-Slip Deck Protection for Pylon Tower Platform

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Flexcrete Technologies Limited, part of the AkzoNobel group of companies, has recently provided levelling and anti-slip protection for the deck of an electricity pylon tower platform, enabling maintenance work to be carried out safely.

South Ribble MP Visits Flexcrete

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Seema Kennedy, Conservative MP for South Ribble, has visited Flexcrete Technologies Limited to learn more about the company’s expansion plans and penetration into global markets.

Acquisition of Flexcrete Technologies Ltd by AkzoNobel

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Today it has been announced that UK-based concrete repair and protection manufacturer Flexcrete Technologies Ltd has been acquired by leading global paints and coatings company AkzoNobel. As part of the acquisition, 100% of the shares in Flexcrete Technologies Ltd have been acquired by AkzoNobel.

New Pack Size Launched for 851

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Flexcrete has launched one of its most popular and well proven products in a handy new size to meet customer demand. A new 15kg version of Cementitious Coating 851 has been introduced, supplied as a composite inside a 15 litre plastic bucket complete with its own mixing vessel.

Extending the durability of reinforced concrete

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Chloride attack is one of the most important factors when considering the durability of reinforced concrete, especially for marine and highways structures. In this article, Chris Lloyd looks at how to prevent aggressive corrosion of steel reinforcement, which can otherwise lead to cracking and spalling of concrete, and even structural failure.

How to Beat Mould

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In the March/April edition of The Brewer’s Journal, Graham James OBE, outlines why it is key to actively combat the growth of bacteria, mould and yeasts in the brewery ecosystem.