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is your water holding tank leaking?

Post by dean on Thu Jan 21, 2010 7:18 am

try a liner for your tank. i did not check on their pricing so check a few more sites if it is seems priy.


http://royalliner.com/?wcw=google&gclid=CMTz28DVtZ8CFSgtawodeQUg0A

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Re: is your water holding tank leaking?

Post by dean on Wed Apr 14, 2010 12:53 pm

http://www.rotoplas.com/hogar.html

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sealing concrete cracks water tight

Post by dean on Wed May 19, 2010 9:15 am

our local concrete sealing guru says to use this one.... sika products in the USA should be used, look for crack fix. It is specifically Sikadur 33 crack and injection resins. this one says it is moisture-tolerent. It is not available in Mexico.

I recently used the garage floor clear epoxie by quickrete, this can not be used in direct sun but on the inside of a pila it is obviously fine. you only need a pint for 6 cracks 3-4 feet long. talk to me in a year if it is still holding. but all intial tests show it is working good, and in general once a epoxie hardens it is good to go. From what our local resin concrete guru has expalined to me you must have a dry surface when applying. And the label instructions on this brand specifically state that, this one is NOT moisture tollerent application. I let my wall dry out for several weeks and had to use a fan on one small area for 3 days. used a drill wire brush to clean areas around it and a hand held tile cutter that injects water to keep the dust down while chasing the groove.

A WARNING WHEN USING EPOXIES MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A HIGH VELOCITY FAN RUNNING FROM THE TOP GIVING YOU GOOD AIR AND DO NOT SPEND A LOT OF TIME IN THE TANK.... IT IS NOT GOOD FOR YOU.

another product is xypex, but you must keep this one moist
http://www.xypex.com/why/applicators/index_f.php
http://www.xypex.com/products/coating.php?t=repair


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Re: is your water holding tank leaking?

Post by dean on Fri Jul 02, 2010 8:52 pm

if your tank is leaking here is a custom made liner quote for 3 meter by 3 meter by 2 meters deep

Pricing for this liner.

.020 stock water storage @ $521.10
.025 potable water storage @ $732.60
Prices are plus freight & tax.

Lead time is 7-10 days after receipt of a 50% deposit.

Thank you.

Bob Henderson
Polyfabrics
1-800-621-6365
714-637-6300
714-637-6302 fax
bob@polyfabrics.com
polyfabrics@sbcglobal.net

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Re: is your water holding tank leaking?

Post by dean on Sun Apr 10, 2011 5:27 pm

http://www.kryton.com/top10reasons

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