Extending the Life of Concrete and Steel Assets using Polyurea

  • July 30, 2019
    6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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What is corrosion and how can we prevent it from deteriorating valuable assets in civil infrastructure, mining, construction, transport and marine industries? Polyurea has spiked in popularity – for a very good reason. Its use as a protective coating for wastewater treatment plants, drinking water reservoirs and for steel assets including heavy-duty mining equipment has resulted in increased interest across many industries. Let’s discuss how polyurea can protect and extend the life of concrete and steel assets – decreasing downtime, repairs and replacement costs.

The Queensland Branch of the ACA has invited LiquiMix’s Bryant Wells to speak on using Polyurea to extend the life of concrete and steel assets. This is a great opportunity for Queensland based Corrosionists to meet and mingle with their industry peers at this free event for ACA members.

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Refreshments Provided.
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Lecturer

  • Bryant Wells
    LiquiMix Technical Development Manager - BA Chemical Science, MBA, NACE III. As the head of Research and Development Bryant formulates products to solve common issues in the construction, civil, mining, transport and marine industries. His expertise in the field of protective coatings and NACE III certification enable him to expertly specify polyurea applications. Bryant supports engineers, asset owners and applicators with complex technical queries while providing technical support within the LiquiMix team. Bryant has worked as an industrial chemist for more than 15 years and takes a special interest in the protection of valuable assets, providing long-term life extension and corrosion prevention.   

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 07 3391 5022

Venue Website:

Address:
102 Ipswich Rd, Woolloongabba, Queensland, 4102, Australia

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