Lining maintenance

Lining maintenance TANK LINING INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE STRATEGY Blair Rubber Company recognizes the need to avoid long and costly shutdowns through prompt and proper maintenance of the lining. Although the recommendations included here are based on extensive experience in maintenance and prolonging the life of rubber lined equipment, the primary responsibility for observing safe and proper procedures shall remain with …

CONCRETE SURFACE TREATMENTS FOR RUBBER LINING

CONCRETE SURFACE TREATMENTS FOR RUBBER LINING Surface PREPARATION 1. Prepare the concrete surface to be lined with abrasive blasting to remove laitance and other debris. 2. Etch the surface with a 1:1 or 2:1(v/v) solution of commercial muriatic (hydrochloric) acid. 3. Inspect the surface to ensure that it is free of laitance, curing compounds, oils, release agents, air pockets, pitting …

Rubber Repair

Rubber Repair Even in the best run and maintained manufacturing operation, it is inevitable that, at some time, a rubber lined piece of equipment will require repair. To cover such eventualities, proper rubber repair practices are described on the following pages. While repairs are necessary, they can vary from a tiny blister or crack to a major replacement of panels …