CSC Services installed a protective cementitious coating system at Lynemouth Biomass Power Station in Northumberland for client Sir Robert McAlpine.

CSC Services installed protective coatings at Lynemouth Biomass Power Station in Northumberland for client Sir Robert McAlpine.

Sir Robert McAlpine were constructing the Materials Handling Facility at the plant in Northumberland. CSC Services installed the protective coating system to the new rail offload areas which will receive over
one million tonnes of wooden pellets imported from US and Canada each year which will power the new plant.

A cementitious coating system was sprayed on to 1,500m2 of new steel piling in the Materials Handling Facility. With enhanced chemical and
abrasion resistance the coating will guarantee the life-span of the steelwork at the plant for twenty years. CSC Services worked closely with product manufacturer Flexcrete to provide the optimum coating specification for the project.

CSC Services later added a cementitious coating system to the new rail intake area at the Station.

Due to the coastal location of the Power Station and the industrial operating environment Cemprotec E942 by Flexcrete was specified for the work.

Cemprotec E942 incorporates the benefits of copolymer and epoxy resin technologies into a water based cementitious system to give a hard, durable coating with excellent resistance to water, chloride ions, oxygen and aggressive chemicals.

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