Hinckley Point B Nuclear Flask Wash Coating

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Project Details

Project: Relining of the nuclear flask wash bunds

Client: EDF Energy

Contract Duration: 3 weeks

Scope of Work: Bund Coating

The previous coating to this tiled bund had started to fail and de-bond. CCUK carried out extensive testing to ensure the GFRP coating would adhere to the substrate with minimum surface preparation. A coating of Fibrwrap GFRP systems with a durable epoxy coating was applied to all the tiled surfaces within this critical piece of infrastructure. The works were carried out in a very short period of time under challenging health, safety and environment conditions.

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