Category: News

Polyglass VEF aids Leading Global Energy and Chemicals Producer

A leading producer of energy and chemicals in Saudi Arabia recently put out a tendering contract for corrosion protection on a number of components and ongoing work. The company pride themselves on being part of the global effort towards building a low carbon economy. Our Saudi Arabian licensees, Altrad, won the contract and are now […]

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Posted on Wednesday, October 20th, 2021

Corrosion protection for Qatar’s sole distribution system owner and operator for electricity and water.

The sole transmission and distribution system owner and operator for the electricity and water sector in Qatar, recently required internal corrosion protection on a potable split case pump, which had been in operation for several years. Upon inspection by Alhuda Corrosion Treatments (our partners in Qatar), substantial corrosion was found on the internal pump body, […]

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Posted on Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

Remarkable Achievement on Turnkey Coating project by Kirloskar Corrocoat Pvt. Ltd.

Kirloskar Corrocoat has become the only Indian company to successfully coat the internal surface of a steel chimney stack, standing at an enormous height of 130m. The chimney stack, located at a major refinery in Northern India, was repaired in situ during a scheduled shutdown at the refinery, within a specified timeline of just 28 […]

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Posted on Tuesday, October 5th, 2021

New Trials for Fibrecoat

Corrocoat Fibrecoat is a glass fibre reinforced vinyl ester glass-flake coating, developed for use as a high performance lining and rehabilitation material for thinned/corroded pipes, and where additional properties are required. Designed to be applied by Corrocoat Agmec Airless spray equipment, recent modification to the Agmec small bore pipe sprayer, now allows the material to […]

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Posted on Wednesday, September 29th, 2021

Splash Zone Corrosion Protection

India’s largest EPC (energy, procurement and construction) conglomerate constructed a massive ship lift facility in Southern India, capable of lifting a ship of 200m length with a  width of up to 43m. Essentially the ship lift is an enormous elevator used to raise ships out of the water to enable dry-dock onshore maintenance work to […]

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Posted on Wednesday, September 15th, 2021

Powering up in Indonesia

Over the past two years, Corrocoat Indonesia has been working at two coal fired power stations located in Pacitan City in east Java. Both 315 megawatt (mw) power stations required work on the inlet/outlet tube sheet condensers, which were suffering from leaks on the welded joints of the titanium tubes. This damage was affecting the […]

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Posted on Thursday, August 19th, 2021

Sea Water Pump Given new Lease of Life

Al Huda Corrosion Treatment, our partners in Qatar, took delivery of a severely damaged sea water pump in need of complete refurbishment and a protective lining. Al Huda’s client; a specialist pump company described the pump as having severe corrosion and erosion damage and metal loss, all of which needed to be addressed. Abrasive blast […]

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Posted on Wednesday, August 11th, 2021

Zipping Along Ahead of Schedule

Corrocoat Caspian was asked by Tengizchevroil – a Chevron subsidiary, to internally line four 10,000m3 tanks used to hold river water required in the production process. Tengizchevroil operates the huge Tengiz oilfield in western Kazakhstan. Strict time constraints meant the work needed to be completed quickly. In order to achieve this, Corrocoat Caspian used two […]

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Posted on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021

Long Term Corrosion Protection of a Saturator 

Our Belarusian operation (Corrocoat AKZ) was contracted to refurbish and corrosion protect a water treatment saturator at a major Belarusian power station. The saturator was suffering from corrosion as the operating medium was water with an acidic pH. The client required a coating with excellent corrosion resistance, capable of providing protection for at least 10 […]

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Posted on Wednesday, July 21st, 2021

Economic Solutions

A process vessel, in America, experienced a brick and mortar lining failure resulting in the process environment consuming the carbon steel shell 90ft above ground. A full repair would have required over a week of unscheduled downtime, so a quotation request was sent out to contractors for an external patch that would not further degrade […]

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Posted on Tuesday, July 13th, 2021