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Cure-Seal WB

Water Based Curing Compound & Clear Sealer (BBA) Overview Cure-Seal WB is a non-degrading acrylic resin sealer which forms a clear, elastic, durable matrix on the surface of cementitious substrates. When used as a curing membrane on Flexcrete mortars and coatings, it conforms to the requirements for water retention given in ASTM C309. It can… Read more

12 Results in Projects

Concrete Repairs for 1970s Seaside Wall in Devon

Repair & Protection of 300m Long Concrete Sea Wall Background Dawlish Warren is a popular seaside holiday resort at the mouth of the Exe Estuary in South Devon. It has a 500 acre Nature Reserve and a Blue Flag sand-dune backed beach. Dawlish Sea Wall is approximately 300m long and dates back to the 1970’s. Based in a… Read more

Concrete Repair and Protection at European Oat Millers in Bedford

Concrete Repair and Decorative Anti-Carbonation Protection of Main Mill Building Background European Oat Millers is the second largest oat miller in the UK and Europe. The company produces a range of oat and cereal products that are used in a variety of retail lines found in most supermarkets and healthfood shops. The firm trades across… Read more

Asbestos Caulked Joint Encapsulation in Central London

Encapsulation of asbestos-caulked joints and coating of precast concrete segments totalling 4,000m2 Background The Hanger Lane Underpass is situated in one of the most congested areas of west London. Comprising a dual two-lane road tunnel, it carries the A40 beneath the A406, otherwise known as the North Circular Road which crosses north London, linking the… Read more

Flexcrete’s Waterproof Mortar Chosen for Crossrail

Enhancing durability of new concrete. Background Crossrail is Europe’s largest infrastructure project, with a total of 21km of new twin bore tunnels under construction in the central section to provide a railway line running across London. Crossrail’s aim is to provide a high frequency rail service that will link parts of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, via… Read more

Chemical Resistant Concrete Coatings Protect New Concrete Bunds

Chemical resistant protection of new concrete bunds. Background Sutton Hall Water Treatment Works in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, serves a population of 0.5 million people on the Wirral Peninsula. Raw water is extracted from the River Dee and pumped up to the reservoir on the Sutton Hall site. This water is then processed through a gravity… Read more

Green Roof Waterproofing at Australian International School in Hong Kong

Green Roof Waterproofing over an area of 725m². Background The Australian International School provides primary and secondary education to over eleven hundred students. The school has an innovative green roof design which creates an open air, eco-friendly work space able to accommodate two classes at the same time. The roof space features an Australian-themed garden… 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

External Corrosion Protection for Fuel Pipeline at Tobago Airport

External corrosion protection of 4” diameter aviation fuel pipeline prior to burying. Background On behalf of the client, Trindad’s National Petroleum Company, an innovative solution was sought to the problem of corrosion of a buried aviation fuel supply line. Located in soft sand in close proximity to both the coastline and swamp area, the environment… Read more

Waterproofing Concrete at Kinderlee Mill in Derbyshire

Waterproofing sub-structure concrete on new build development. Background Balfour Homes is one of the North of England’s leading house builder. At its prestigious Kinderlee Mill Development at Chisworth in the Peak District, the magnificent stone built cotton mill, dating back to 1804, is being converted into a range of contemporary apartments and townhouses whilst still retaining the original appearance and… Read more

Concrete Repair for Bridge Columns

Concrete Repair of Bridge Columns Suffering from Chloride Ion Corrosion Background The picturesque old fishing village of Leigh on Sea is situated 30 miles east of London on the north bank of the Thames Estuary. With history back to the Doomsday Book, its development was accelerated by the arrival of the London-Tilbury-Southend railway line in 1854. Belton… Read more

Corrosion Protection for Deal Pier in Kent

Corrosion protection of steel support structure and reinstatement of concrete encasement Background Designed by Sir W Halcrow & Partners, Deal fishing pier was built in the 1950’s and consists of a structural steel frame, supported on steel piles. Although part of the steelwork had been encased in concrete to provide corrosion protection, the whole structure was showing signs… Read more

Corrosion Protection for Steel Gas Pipeline in Venezuela

External protection of 48,000m² of welded steel, gas pipeline before being buried. Background This pipeline carries 300 million ft³ of gas per day at a pressure of 1200psi. PDVSA sought an environmentally friendly stand-alone coating with guaranteed corrosion protection for the remaining service life of the pipeline. Good adhesion to both bare steel and remaining… Read more

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Assuring the Design Life of Crossrail’s Moorgate Shaft

Assuring the Design Life of Crossrail’s Moorgate Shaft by Chris Lloyd, Director of Flexcrete Technologies Limited Currently Europe’s largest infrastructure project, the £14.8 billion Crossrail development has recently reached a major milestone with the completion of 26 miles of tunnelling under London. Crossrail will provide a high frequency rail service that will link parts of… Read more

120 Year Design Life with Flexcrete’s Concrete Repair Products at Crossrail

Chris Lloyd of Flexcrete Technologies gives detail of the concrete repair products used at Crossrail, Europe’s largest infrastructure project. A wet spray cementitious mortar manufactured by Flexcrete Technologies Limited has been used to enhance the durability of Moorgate Shaft at the new Crossrail Liverpool Street Station in London. The shaft has been newly constructed to provide… Read more

Flexcrete’s Cementitious Mortar Used at Crossrail Liverpool Street Station

A wet spray cementitious mortar manufactured by Flexcrete Technologies Limited has been used to enhance the durability of Moorgate Shaft at the new Crossrail Liverpool Street Station in London. The shaft has been newly constructed to provide access and ventilation to the new ticket hall being constructed at the station. Crossrail, London – Europe’s Largest… Read more

Fast Setting Cementitious Coating Protects Cheshire Water Treatment Works

A state-of-the-art cementitious coating manufactured by Flexcrete Technologies has been chosen for application to new concrete bunds at a Water Treatment Works in Cheshire due to its suitability for fast track construction. Cemprotec E942, a waterborne, epoxy and polymer modified cementitious coating, was specified for application at Sutton Hall Water Treatment Works in Ellesmere Port,… Read more