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(1) Bitumen based primer

Before applying covering materials to porous roof surfaces, bitumen primer is used to prime and seal the surfaces with high penetration and low viscosity.

Bitumen primer helps bituminous waterproofing systems and sheet coverings adhere by sealing permeable substrates.

It can be used on a variety of surfaces, including lightweight concrete screeds, slate, asbestos cement, metal (mild steel, zinc, and lead), and concrete.


(2) Bitumen based mastic compound

The bitumastic membrane also serves as a bridging layer for bricks, mortar, and ceramic tiles while also enhancing adhesive properties.

For heavy-duty flooring, it can also be used as open-mastic flooring.

Alkali salts, weak, diluted acids, and other substances are well-resisted by bitumen mastic. Use with strong acids, oxidising acid solvents, oil, and fats is not advised.


(3) Coal Tar epoxy resin based mortar

Epoxy coatings have good chemical resistance due to their non-porous nature and low solvent content.

A less expensive coating is frequently used for less demanding applications, where high temperatures and solvents are not present. If the end user, of course, accepts the black colour, coal tar epoxy coatings meet this purpose.

It creates a screed mortar and membrane layer between the parent surface and the layer of acid-resistant tile or brick when added as filler or silica.

(4) FRP Lining

A composite material comprised of a polymer matrix and fibres is known as fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP). Typically, the fibres are made of basalt, carbon, glass, or aramid.

FRP/GRP can withstand a variety of temperatures and chemicals. There are a number of resin systems available for various corrosion situations.

Glass fibre is available as surface veils, woven roving, chopped Strand Mat, and roving.

The most favoured way for producing equipment for chemical plants is still hand layup, a straightforward fabrication technique.