Rehabilitation for UK Steel Mill Gas Main

In the Summer of 2017, Corroserve was successful in completing an internal pipe lining project on the gas main at a large industrial plant. The main gas pipeline runs through the site for approximately 3km and has been in service on the plant for over 40 years. The client wished to internally line the bottom […]

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Posted on Wednesday, July 4th, 2018

SIHI Vacuum Pump Impeller Back To Full Efficiency

Corroglass 600 and the engineering skills of our partner in Israel – Hamchadesh Industries – have returned a heavily corroded sea water pump impeller to its original profile and efficiency. Won in a competitive tender, the contract for Israel’s largest supplier of electrical power involved blast cleaning, welding to fill cavities caused by corrosion and […]

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Posted on Sunday, June 24th, 2018

Corroserve Protects Energy from Waste Plant

The Energy from Waste (EfW) sector is booming with many countries working towards a ‘zero waste’ economy. Corroserve was approached by one of the UK’s biggest EfW plants as they were starting to experience corrosion in different items of plant even though they had been in operation for just a few years. One problem was […]

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Posted on Thursday, May 17th, 2018

ZIPCoat and Biofoul bring big savings to Drainage Plant

A mixture of fresh and salt water was causing rapid corrosion and marine growth build up on the discharge side of a flap valve at a Japanese estuary drainage plant. As a result, the valve could not be sealed and the plant was facing serious operating problems. The Client turned to Corrocoat Japan for a […]

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Posted on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

Water Pipes Recoated After 21 Years

Black Point Power Station is located in the New Territories region of Hong Kong and is one of the world’s largest gas-fired combined-cycle power stations. Corrocoat Asia, based in Hong Kong, was contracted to inspect, repair and recoat the internal surfaces of eight auxiliary cooling water pipes which are used to convey seawater from pumps […]

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Posted on Thursday, April 19th, 2018

NEWS FROM KAZAKHSTAN

Corrocoat Caspian in Kazakhstan has been certified to ISO 9001:2015 standard. This means that customers now have additional assurance that they are carrying out best practice in quality management and also demonstrates that the team is focused on continually improving its services to customers. Kazakhstan is a fast-emerging market because of its importance as a […]

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Posted on Saturday, April 14th, 2018

POLYGLASS VEF HELPS SHIP OWNERS MEET NEW SULPHUR LIMITS

In a landmark decision IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee has ruled that from 2020, the sulphur limit on marine fuels must be reduced from 3.50% to 0.50%. This will have a major impact on the marine industry. Ship owners have several options to achieve this but undoubtedly the most economical solution is to install an […]

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Posted on Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

WFGD Concrete Trenches and Stumps

The Industry – Power Generation The Challenge – Corrocoat AS (Pty) Ltd was contracted by the South Africa Electricity Supply Commission to corrosion protect 2,216 Square metres of concrete trenches & sumps in the coal fired Wet Flue Gas Desulphurisation plant at Kusile Power Station. The plant is the first of its kind in South […]

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Posted on Sunday, February 11th, 2018

Concrete refurbishment project opens the door for more contracts for Corrocoat USA at a Florida Pulp and Paper Mill

Corrocoat USA Inc. was approached by a pulp and paper mill operator in Florida as the chime and foundation of its Tall Oil Caustic Tank were severely degraded, causing voids beneath the concrete slab. Affected by exposure to sodium hydroxide, sulphuric acid and black liquor, the concrete slab had low areas with deep puddles, further […]

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Posted on Friday, January 12th, 2018

Corrothane XT Used on Flue Stack

Larsen & Toubro Limited contracted KCPL to apply an internal lining to two new flue stacks at one of its power plants in Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh. Historically, all flue stacks in Indian power plants have been lined using borosilicate glass tiles or a titanium cladding. However, attracted by the significant economies of using a glass […]

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Posted on Wednesday, December 13th, 2017