TMI Coatings Completes Interior Of Wet Well For New Construction Concrete Project

TMI Coatings, Inc. (TMI) was recently contracted through a general contractor at the direct request of a large utility supplier.  TMI was contracted on a new construction concrete project to complete the interior lining of a wet well.

Procedures:

  • TMI filled bug holes after mechanically abrading with diamond grinders to create a profile on the new concrete for proper coating adhesion.  Proper personal protective equipment (PPE) was implemented for all TMI workers.
  • TMI then applied a moisture mitigating epoxy primer to all areas below the waterline.  This process creates a thorough seal and reduces outgassing.
  • TMI then installed a very thick-film urethane elastomer system utilizing a trowel-grade product in excess of 250 mils thick.

Outcome: 

The wet well is now lined.  Our contact Keith Maciejewski stated, “Everything went good. Haven’t heard any complaints.”

Wet well prepared for coating adhesion

Urethane elastomer system completed
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