If it can corrode, fail, or leak, it will. That’s why water and wastewater treatment facilities globally have chosen Rhino Linings polyurethane-polyurea coatings as their protection solution.
Rhino Linings has over 15 years of industrial-technological experience delivering proven monolithic corrosion and spill prevention solutions.
Rhino Hi-Chem offers excellent stability for immersion applications and chemical resistance. It has a superior rigid formulation with the highest amount of molecular cross-linking. Rhino Hi-Chem provides excellent corrosion resistance and will not deteriorate from most chemical attacks and is ideal for wastewater treatment facilities.
The Pipeliner™ series of products: Pipeliner 5000 and Pipeliner 5100 are specially formulated to meet the NSF/ANSI 61 potable water standard. Their excellent flexibility resists impact damage and is an ideal solution for corrosion and abrasion resistance.
- Reduces maintenance costs, repairs and equipment downtime
- Increases personnel safety and productivity
- Adds years of life to any surface
- Cushions cargo and prevents damage from shifting during transit
- Shields against abrasion, impacts, and abuse from the elements
- Lower production costs than traditional coating solutions
- Environmentally friendly, no VOCs or solvents
- Won't crack, peel, split or warp
- UV resistant, no yellowing
Features & Applications
- Tack free within seconds of application with modifiable cure times available
- Can be sprayed or cast to any desired thickness
- Versatility – formulations can be sprayed to virtually any substrate including: concrete, steel, metals, fiberglass, wood and geo-textile surfaces
- Delivers superior corrosion protection and resistance against adverse chemistries such as gasoline, JP3, diesel, crude oil, condensates, brine water, hydroxides, solvents, peroxides, salts, lye and various other harsh chemicals.
- ACI 350.2R-04 (containment of hazardous materials)
- CAFO 40 – 412 (secondary containment)
- FAC 62-762.501 (Florida storage of hazardous waste)
- FDA 21 CFR 175.300 and 177.1680 (incidental food contact)
- NSF 61 (potable water)
- SSPC 40 – CFR 112 & 264 (oil pollution)
- SSPC-TU2 / NACE 6G197 (Florida – environmental containment)