With a wealth of experience in epoxy tank coating systems across varied range of environments, we have developed what we believe to be the most efficient and high quality service in the UK. Our epoxy tank coating service leaves an excellent covering and finishes are available in a range of colours. Our epoxy tank lining is ideal for grit blasted surfaces or for covering previously repaired areas. Grit blasting is not always essential, as our coating system is surface tolerant. Surfaces need to be free from grease and oil, with all loose particles removed.
Epoxy Tank Lining Projects
We currently have a large portfolio of completed projects including sprinkler tanks, fuel tanks and process tanks, to large holding tanks containing over 1 million litres. We stock a vast selection of epoxy coatings to suit almost any application including acid resistant, industrial floor, extreme temperature and vapour curing epoxies.
All of our epoxy tank lining systems carry full DWI / WRC certification, making these ideal for potable water applications. This means that they are ideal for domestic and commercial properties. We recommend that a minimum of two coats are applied for submerged surfaces, as this ensures that the tank has increased protection. External products have a minimum temperature limitation of 5 degrees celsius, below which curing slows down. We have a range of Polyurethane coatings which have similar properties, but have a lower temperature threshold.
Contact us today and take advantage of a free survey from which we can outline any modifications required to bring your tanks up to the current HSE standards.
Epoxy Tank Coating Applications
- Potable Water Tanks
- One Piece Galvanised Tanks
- Sectional Steel Tanks
- Concrete Tanks
- Fuel Tanks
- Sprinkler Tanks
If you would like us to carry out an epoxy tank lining project for you, please call us on 0345 505 2540 or send your details to us via our enquiry form. We will call you back to discuss the details of your project. Alternatively please call us to take advantage of our free assessment, where we can make some recommendations.