CoatingsPro Magazine

MAY 2015

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70 MAY 2015 COATINGSPROMAG.COM (1.1 m) wall that is trenched in 10 inches (25 cm), so 35 inches (89 cm) are above ground. Te wall has Z-posts that are drilled down and set in concrete. Hof f man said his company got the job because they were a lready doing concrete f lat work for the c lient. " T hen they needed containment around the dow nhole pumps and booster pumps," he said. " You have containment in case there was ever a fai lure w ith those pumps. We hadn't been doing secondar y containment ver y long — just over a year — but we've been doing coatings and linings for the past 20 years in the water and wastewater market." Hofman said his company started doing secondary The crew prepped the area by building the steel perimeter and brush and abrasive blasting the metal and concrete. They also had to prep the pipe and 112 pipe stands, which included cutting the liner. Lewis Concrete Restoration Corporation came into install a new secondary containment facility for an oilfield in Texas. It took them a month to complete everything, including laying down the liner and spraying it in place. Oilfield Disposal Containment Wr i te in Re ad e r In q u ir y #265

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