Industries We Sereve

 
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Oil & Gas

Solid Foundations

Reciprocating compressors are a very common application for epoxy grouts.  Because of the reliability concerns, most manufacturers prefer a solid, reliable foundation under their equipment.  Performance of the foundation system is critical to the overall function of the equipment.  Polymer grout systems provide the best solution to the long term performance of the equipment.

 
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Food & Beverage

Reliable Pump Grout

Having pumps that you can rely on is a real option today.  This does require some planning.  Your pump may or may not arrive ready for a proper installation. Our team will help you to plan the perfect pump installation.  We can advise you on how to prepare your ANSI base and your concrete mass for the correct installation of Epoxy Grout.

Fans You Can Count On

There are many ways to improve fan reliability.  Whether your choice is to chock, grout or add mass, all of the options offer significant payback.  

Our team can help ensure that your base alignment is permanent.  Proper dissipation of energy can be achieved through the right grout selection and installation.  We can provide you with the product and direction for a reliable equipment installation.

Pad Restoration

While grouting is our main objective, we can also restore eroded concrete as well.  If your concrete equipment pads are broken or eroded, a polymer restoration is the best solution.

Our polymer grouts will have a positive bond to the concrete and far better physical properties.  the chemical resistance of our polymer grout is much better than concrete so your repair will last far longer than the original design.

 
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Chemical

Equipment Performance You Can Rely On.

Whether your choice is to chock, grout or add mass to your equipment skid, all of the options offer significant payback.  

Proper dissipation of energy can be achieved through the right grout selection and installation.  We can provide you with the product and direction for a reliable equipment installation.

Compressor Chocking

Cement based chocking materials will fail.  Concrete does not adhere to steel or cement based materials.  Dynamic loads from a compressor skid will demand much stronger materials for chocking and grouting.

Our polymer chocking materials will serve as a permanent means of vibration transfer.  Epoxy based chocking materials will bond to the concrete and steel surfaces.  Physical properties of epoxy chock and grout material far exceed that of cement based materials.