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Largo Florida WWTP Restoration

April 26, 2021

The seaside city of Largo needed a way to restore crumbling concrete at the heart of its wastewater treatment plant.  In consultation with a local engineering firm, the city chose to restore the plant’s biological nutrient removal (BNR) ‘trains’ using the single-step Xypex Megamix II with Bio-San instead of a time-consuming multi-step alternative.

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Xypex Spray Application Saves Time In Prague

April 26, 2021

Xypex Crystalline Waterproofing was spray-applied to the interior of two large drop shafts at the heart of a new combined wastewater system in the Prague enclave of Ďáblice, saving more than two weeks of labor. Approximately 20,000 ft2 (1,900 m2) were treated to protect the two shafts from internal wastewater spray and external groundwater intrusion.

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Megamix II Repairs Extend Life Of Water Treatment Plant

March 30, 2021

Fiber-reinforced Xypex Megamix II was used to repair and protect the flocculation and sedimentation basins at the Mitchell Water Treatment Plant in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. The cost to repair the structures was 5-10 times less than the cost to rebuild and is expected to provide up to 40 years of additional service.

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New Atlanta Water Infrastructure Built to Last

September 25, 2020

The ambitious $368-million Atlanta Water Program has successfully converted a defunct granite quarry into a 2.4 billion gallon reservoir and extended the city’s drinking water reserve supply from a mere 3 days to more than 30. Xypex Admix C-500 was added to the concrete for two critical flow control channels in order to help the city meet its 100-year longevity goal for the new structures.

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Lower Meramec Pump Station Restoration

August 25, 2020

To stop active leaks and protect the cast-in-place concrete walls of the 223-foot deep lift station at the Lower Meramec WTP in St. Louis, a three-product system consisting of a base layer of Xypex Concentrate, a reinforcing layer of Xypex Modified and a final treatment of Xypex Gamma Cure — a curing accelerant and evaporation retarder – was applied as part of an extensive rehabilitation program.

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Xypex Bio-San C500 Animation Video

July 30, 2020

Xypex Bio-San C500 is a uniquely designed admixture for integral, long-term protection of concrete in harsh sewage conditions with high levels of H2S that cause Microbial Induced Corrosion (MIC). Watch the animation to learn how Bio-San C500’s robust dual technology system eliminates the problem.

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Move Concrete Waterproofing Off-site

July 07, 2020

There are an increasing number of project delays with contractors placing great importance on worker safety and availability. Learn how companies are using an alternative proven technology to move concrete waterproofing off-site thereby reducing site-activity and accelerating construction schedules.

Xypex 2020 Best International Projects eBook

June 29, 2020

The digital issue of Xypex 2020 Best International Projects is now available. This eBook showcases the top 16 Xypex international projects from around the world where concrete waterproofing challenges were overcome by using Xypex’s unique Crystalline Technology.

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Xypex Announces 2020 Best International Project Award Winners

June 11, 2020

Xypex Chemical Corporation is pleased to announce that the Xypex 2020 Best International Project Award of the Year winner is MC-Bauchemie Brasil for the Canal do Sertão project. The winner was chosen from amongst the five Regional Winners from Latin America, Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia. These awards recognize the achievements of Xypex’s international network of distributors and celebrate their dedication to provide first-class technical service to Xypex customers.

Self-Healing Concrete

March 19, 2020

Recent Advancements in self-healing concrete bring age-old concept into the future.

“Crystalline waterproofing can improve durability and performance of concrete structures and remains one of the most used autogenous self-healing concrete products worldwide.”

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