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The city of Carmel, Indiana was in a dire situation when a rusted water pipe ruptured creating a massive sinkhole in the road at a major intersection.
There was another 220 linear feet of storm pipe from the replaced section to a drainage lake that could collapse at any time!
Conco Spray Solutions provided the city with a structural liner that would hold infiltration back and provide a long-term structural solution with a 50-year design life.
By providing a quick application and not removing the existing structure, Conco Spray Solutions minimalized the disruption of traffic flow and preserved the natural landscape in Carmel, Indiana.Read Full Case Study
Lancaster, SC Clarifier
At a Sprayroq product installation demonstration in Lancaster, S.C., Public Works Director Mack McDonald observed the use of SprayWall polyurethane, which he believed could help restore an aging clarifier at the city’s wastewater treatment plant. The structure was not only crumbling away daily, but due to an uneven substrate, was very difficult to clean and keep free of algae.Read Full Case Study
Roughly 15,000 lbs. of material was used for all four pipes. Because of the remarkably quick cure time, water flow could be restored within minutes of finishing the coating application and thickness testing.Read Full Case Study
Lake Heron Overflow Discharge Pipe
Lake Heron’s water level was so low that it was impossible for the city of Liverpool, Pennsylvania, to allow any recreational use.
the lake’s overflow pipe located on the edge of the lake had deteriorated to the point where many flow points were located along its length.
To fix the pipe, the city needed a corrosion barrier and a product that was structural in nature. The pipe would require 300 ml. of Sprayroq Spraywall to give the structure the corrosion barrier and structural protection it needed.
The project took two days and used 1100 lbs. of Spraywall material. The city was now able to return the lake to regular recreational use.Read Full Case Study
Michelin US1 Plant
The Michelin Plant in Greenville, South Carolina, had a substantial infrastructure issue that required rehabilitation.
The work needed to be done over the Christmas holiday shutdown, and neither of the structures to be rehabilitated could be taken out of service for pre-bid inspections.
8,000 sq. ft. of the surface of the cracked wall needed to be parged by hand trowel to bring the wall up to spec. Then, SprayWall® could be applied to the structure, from 150 to 250 mils. thick in some places.
The project was completed on time, with no lost production for the plant.Read Full Case Study
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