Storm Drains & Culverts, NAS JAX – concrete rehab and epoxy lining

Naval Air Station Jacksonville (US Navy) – Jacksonville, FL, USA
Structural Epoxy Rehabilitation & Lining
May 2008
Certified Applicator:
Engineered Lining Systems

Epoxytec product solutions were approved for rehab and lining of box culverts, catch basin vaults, and storm drains at Naval Base – NAS JAX by a certified contractor.

The first part of the project’s scope was to remove compromised existing liners, of which included a cured in-place liner.

Following the removal of the existing liner, the underlying concrete was prepared to SSPC-SP13/NACE No. 6.

Some areas of the concrete required a quick mortar rub down for filling large voids in preparation before the epoxy liner. Using a quick cure, hydraulic cement, such as Epoxytec Hydrxx-3, would provide the right properties and cure time.

The liner chosen for the rehabilitation and corrosion barrier was the Epoxytec CPP lining system. 2-part, epoxy liner for filling, coatings, and restoring concrete.

The CPP is a trowel-applied epoxy, once cured, provides corrosion resistance, stops I&I, and restores concrete to an original profile with structural 16,000 psi compressive strength.

CPP provides crews a perfect lining system for limited access areas requiring minimal blasting to prevent airborne dust, and a safe environment to work with zero VOCs.

When completed, the concrete was repaired, strucutrally reinforced, resurfaced and lined all-in-one-shot with 1/8″ (125 mils) of Epoxytec CPP.

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