National Grid Sub-station Bunds.



ANALYSIS
  • Client: National Grid Substations
  • Location: Bund Lining
  • Systems used: Decothane, Permare EP & CM210

All the photos are all of National Grid Sub-station Bunds.

Each one we have used different systems due to the specifications that the client has required.
These are a few of the systems we have used:

Decothane systems are based on two high performance polyurethane coatings – Decothane Base Coat and Decothane Top Coat. Decothane systems are highly elastomeric, highly durable and extremely versatile, using atmospheric moisture to trigger the curing process, thus providing the ability to rapidly become resistant to rain damage. All are cold applied, avoiding all of the problems associated with hot works.

Permare EP is a cold, spray applied membrane that cures to form a seamless, flexible membrane with a strong bond to concrete and steel. The membrane provides long-term protection and containment in the harshest of climates, ensuring retention and exclusion of liquids, including many aggressive chemicals.

Nitocote CM210 is a two-component polymer modified cementitious coating is supplied in a pre- packaged form. The product has been designed to be easily mixed on-site using a slow speed drill and paddle and then applied to the substrate using a brush, roller, trowel or by spray application. It’s available in grey and white, cures to form a flexible impermeable membrane.