Why Secondary Containment Pipe Lining Required

Secondary containment pipe lining is necessary to maintain tank or containment systems. A rubber lined pipe falls under this category. Alongside of the custom preparation of rubber lined pipes, other components designed and manufactured by containment specialists include plate metal fabrications, stacks, ductwork, hoppers and processing equipment. Customized metal fabrications include corrosion resistant secondary containment liners.

It is possible to meet all challenging corrosion resistant tank lining requirements with the availability of durable, flexible and strong rubber lined pipes and tanks. No matter how formidable the material, there is no holding it back. No matter how thick and non-enforceable metal products are, it will eventually corrode and break down whenever liquid or moisture is allowed to enter the system. Unchecked, contaminants are able to enter and harm product materials.

rubber lined pipe

In order to hold back the corrosion, a secondary tank lining is applied. This lining makes sure that the installation remains sealed and resists any further potential of corrosion. In making this application, benefits accrue for commercial and industrial users. This will include reduced capital costs, lower maintenance burdens and improved sanitary systems. If no secondary lining is in place, tanks and pipes would normally require repainting and re-sealing at different intervals of production.

But with the installation of a secondary lining system, no such work is necessary and maintenance, labor and other external costs are eliminated.  Secondary containment pipe lining helps to improve sanitary conditions. Sanitary systems are cleaner and are also cleaner and attractive to visitors of business, commercial or industrial premises. rubber tank linings also help to protect products and its materials from chemical contaminations.    

Rubber lining work is also a good buffer against abrasion, suitable for installation to bins, hoppers, piping, silos, flumes, mineral and limestone slurries and iron fines.