Steps to Follow When Inspecting a Rubber Lined Tank for Damage
Proper inspection and maintenance of a rubber lining are critical for its prolonged life and to avoid costly procedural shutdowns due to damage. In most cases, damage can be mitigated with regular inspections and a proactive approach to repairing failures at their earliest stages.
How to Choose the Right Rubber Lining
Selecting the correct rubber lining for your vessel or storage equipment can be complicated.
When choosing a rubber lining, consider several factors, including how well it will protect your vessel or storage tank while providing a level of safety for technicians and others responsible for the corrosive material. Blair Rubber Company offers solutions for a variety of industries and takes each application’s unique challenges into account.
Rubber Lining vs. Vinyl Ester Epoxy for Ion Exchanger Tanks
By Ian Isenegger
A debate often emerges about the best material options for the internal lining of Ion Exchanger Tanks. Two schools of thought address the subject. Some people prefer the long lasting but more expensive semi hard rubber, while others prefer the less expensive but shorter-lived vinyl ester epoxy. Neither is necessarily wrong; the correct choice simply depends upon your circumstances.
7 Human Errors That Shorten the Lifespan of Industrial Rubber Linings
Since its founding year in 1981, end-users have relied on the Blair Rubber Co. to help find solutions to the premature failure of their primary containment systems.
Case Study: Blair Rubber Partners with Chilean Distributor
Project: Patiño y Compañía
Patiño y Compañía is a leader in the commercialization of adhesives, sealants, lubricants and coatings of polyurethane and rubber for the mining industry. In 2010, they entered the mining industry as a distributor, offering coating products that reduce equipment corrosion and abrasion.