CIM high-performance coatings and linings are two component urethanes that cure to form an impermeable, corrosion-resistant rubber-like barrier.
The cured lining is able to bridge over cracks, gaps, holes, and seams and is commonly installed in distribution decks and collection basins, providing a corrosion resistant, impermeable barrier to cooling water.
CIM materials adhere tenaciously to substrates commonly found in cooling towers including stainless steel, galvanized steel, concrete, fiberglass, and previously coated surfaces.
CIM materials are not affected by water treatment chemicals and will not affect the water chemistry. It also has the advantage of reduced downtime. Unlike other coating systems for cooling towers, CIM materials are applied in a single application and may be placed into service within 24 hours.
Typical cooling tower applications:
||Ice storage tanks
|Chilled water tanks
||Field erected towers
||Joint & crack repair