Lining Wastewater Pits at Biofuel Facility in Midwest

TMI Coatings completed lining wastewater pits and a containment area at a biofuel producing facility in the Midwest.  In the large containment area there was a deteriorated sheet membrane with punctures that the customer wanted removed.  The owner wanted a seamless 100% adhered lining to reduce the risk of chemical seepage. TMI removed the old membrane and mechanically abraded the concrete to clean and roughen; all cracked and eroded areas were restored.  TMI then applied FIBERLIFE on the entire floor and up the sides approximately 4′ high.  The lining system TMI installed was a seamless vinyl ester with mat reinforcement therefore there would be no concerns regarding deterioration and alligatoring/cracking like the rubber membrane.  The same coating was applied a couple years ago at another plant for the same company and Eric Hunnicutt said, “the coating on the outside HCL dike we had done a couple years ago is very sufficient.  It is doing its job.  We are happy with it.”

 

Sandblast And Coating Fans

Sandblast and Coating Fans

A Montana power plant contracted with TMI Coating to sandblast and coat several ID fans.  TMI sandblasted removing old thick film tank lining and preparing metal to a Near White…

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Painting Monopole

Painting Monopole

An information technology company hired TMI Coatings, Inc. to paint their 161’ communications tower. Their tower needed to be painted according to specific FAA regulations, which included painting four sections…

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