Over time, concrete structures exhibit cracking, spalling due to freeze-thaw, and deterioration from drips and spills of harsh chemicals in fuel loading and containment areas. Traditional rigid coatings mimic the concrete, causing failure points as the structure moves and settles.
Solution for Repairing Cracking Concrete
BCI’s SC-3900 fuel containment coatings help solve this problem. Highly chemical resistant and flexible, the SC-3900 lining system moves with the concrete to provide a seamless, long-lasting solution. For use on both steel and concrete, it bridges cracks and seal voids. Since it dries extremely fast for a quick application, weather or temperature fluctuations are not an issue. SC-3900 handles a wide range of chemicals and is approved for secondary fuel containment by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Agency.
SC-3900 Advantages for Fuel Containment
- Use to seal and restore aging truck loading racks
- Protects against incidental drips and spills while fueling
- Anti-skid option for increased slip resistance
- Can be used to seal large expansion joints and cracks
- 300% elongation with a 3900 PSI tensile strength
- High abrasion resistant
- Inert to freeze/thaw in northern climate zones
- Withstands daily traffic of 80,000-lb tankers – saves on costly concrete recapping