Concrete Products Magazine Features XR QuikLiner™

Posted by Michelle Miller on March 1, 2017

The February issue of Concrete Products magazine featured exciting new technology from Seaman Corporation that offers a solution to increase the life expectancy of concrete products by providing a high-tech, physical barrier between concrete and corrosive agents. The XR QuikLiner™ is H2S gas resistant, easy to install and much more cost effective than rigid products.  The full article is available below, followed by a brief video that offers a closer look at this innovative liner system.

Pre-fabricated liners offer precasters speedy alternative to surface-applied coatings

Precast producers have a new method of protecting concrete and wastewater structure interior surfaces. Rigid HDPE and PVC liner systems and post production, surface-applied coatings considered standard in the industry are now challenged by XR QuikLiner™, a cast in liner system, according to developer Seaman Corp.

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Burns & McDonnell TechBrief Features XR Geomembrane Secondary Containment Project

Posted by Michelle Miller on September 10, 2015

Burns & McDonnell, an international engineering, architecture, and consulting firm based in Kansas City, Missouri, released a new project profile featuring the state-of-the-art fuel storage facility at Point Loma, CA. A copy of the TechBrief can be viewed below.

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DFSP Point Loma Fuel Storage Facility Becomes First to Receive LEED Certification, With White XR-5® Geomembrane for Secondary Containment

Posted by Kim Seaman on June 24, 2015

Authorities at Defense Fuel Support Point (DFSP) Point Loma in San Diego, California select Seaman Corporation’s white XR-5 geomembrane to serve as a secondary containment liner at its new LEED certified state-of-the art military fuel terminal.

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Mexican Refinery Lines Impoundment With Geomembrane

Posted by Michelle Miller on August 1, 2009

The technical and cost effective success of geomembrane containment relative to traditional lining methods (clay, concrete, etc.) is well documented worldwide. Industrial and Petrochemical applications have been many of the first and longest examples of these successes. These geomembrane uses lead PEMEX (Petroleos de Mexico) to choose a geomembrane to line a process wastewater impoundment at their Salamanca Refinery. Salamanca is located about 200 KM northwest of Mexico City. The Salamanca facility is the largest refinery in the PEMEX system, and the 11th largest crude oil refinery in the world. Finished products include various fuels, oils, and crude oil derivatives.

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