Protective coatings for all types of substrate
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The main problem of concrete or iron tanks is the wear over time and the lack of tightness that do not allow the correct and effective protection to the liquid substances contained inside.

For the renovation and protection of industrial, containment or emergency tanks, mpm has developed liquid systems that, once applied, form a continuous waterproofing coating in horizontal and vertical, without joints and discontinuity points, without the need for demolitions and remakes, able to adapt to different geometries and different materials.

The use of a liquid mpm system, based on epoxy resins, polyurethanes or polyurea, makes it possible to respect the geometries present by applying the new continuous coating on the sound part of the existing structure, without increasing costs and time due to removal and disposals.

Characteristics of tanks

– Excellent mechanical and wear properties
– Excellent chemical resistance
– Atmospheric agents and humidity resistance
– Continuous coating without welding
– Easy application on complex flaps and geometries
– Certificate for food contact

The use of liquid mpm systems makes it possible to obtain a substrate that is not affected by the loss of volume, typical of classic prefabricated coatings, but is able to preserve its degree of elasticity and toughness and, therefore, guarantee a longer life.

The mpm systems allow to solve the typical problems of water leaks or aggressive substances present in the industry tanks of each sector. Furthermore, it is possible to carry out vitrification both internally and externally, protecting the structures from rain and other atmospheric agents.

The mpm solutions make it possible to coat and restore: concrete containment tanks, iron basins, fiberglass tanks, waste water collection tanks, rainwater collection tanks, containment tanks, spill tanks and fire tanks.

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