CERATECH, Inc. will be presenting a webinar (no fee — sponsored event) discussing the most effective new products for stopping the deterioration of concrete in severe petrochemical environments. The free webinar will be offered three times to accommodate busy schedules: Tuesday, July 12th at 10:00AM, Central Daylight Savings Time (11:00 EDT), and Wednesday, July 13th at 7:00AM, CDT (8:00AM EDT), and at 3:00PM, CDT (4:00PM, EDT).
The webinar is designed for participants interested in learning about a cost effective new concrete technology that can dramatically reduce maintenance costs and actually extend the life of their plant’s concrete infrastructure.
Petrochemical companies must regularly shut down, or slow down, critical plant operations to repair concrete structures such as trenches and sumps due to cracked, weakened, and deteriorating concrete. Maintenance and repair costs can rapidly escalate with significant direct labor and material expenses for rebuilding the specialized facilities. Lost revenue from production downtime can be an even greater cost.
Advances in materials have made it possible to construct concrete infrastructure so durable that petrochemical companies say they are cutting the frequency of their maintenance shutdowns in half. In this webinar, the engineering experts at CERATECH review the new materials and methods that can make this possible. The half-hour webinar covers:
•the causes of deterioration to traditional concrete in the harsh petrochemical environment,
•how new cement technologies effectively solve problems,
•a case study describing its use by a Texas petrochemical company,
•and how to source superior materials and manage the installation project.
Learn more about: Faster return to service, lower costs, heat resistance, reduced need for coatings, and higher corrosion resistance. It’s half an hour that can be worth tens of thousands.
Sign up today by clicking on the date/time link below:
Tue., July 12th, 10:00AM CDTWed., July 13th, 7:00AM CDTWed., July 13th, 3:00PM CDT
About CERATECH, Inc.:
Founded in 2001, CERATECH, Inc. has pioneered and commercialized a high performance, sustainable cement alternative to traditional portland cement. With executive offices in Alexandria, Virginia, and research and development based in Baltimore, Maryland, CERATECH has grown from offering a broad range of packaged repair mortars and concrete mixes to high volume, highly durable bulk cements for typical concrete construction and demanding industrial and military applications. More information about CERATECH can be found on the company’s website at www.ceratechinc.com.