Secondary Containment Systems

Any leakage or spillage of fluids used in the extraction and production of the resource can cause severe environmental damage. This threat has prompted stringent regulations requiring secondary containment systems to catch any spillage from leaking valves, overfill or leakage from storage tanks, housing, hazardous fluids, halo, environmental limited is one of Western Canada's leading providers of secondary containment systems for the oil and gas and construction industries founded In 2004, the company focuses its efforts on providing effective and cost-efficient solutions. They help keep the environment clean for future generations. The industry standard today is to use large rollout conventional liners, which are melted together and also require additional hardware to assemble. This causes numerous seams and stress points throughout the liner, which causes issues in addition to that, there's also a thick layer of ground cover placed over top to prevent against UV damage and slips and trips. However, this impedes the ability to integrity check the liner throughout the life of that containment system. Halo, environmental is developing and delivering innovative solutions to overcome the challenges associated with traditional secondary containment systems. Conventional liners are old technology they've been around for over 20 years, they're a one dimensional solution for a three-dimensional problem: halos developed new processes, new techniques to solve these three-dimensional problems, halo, spray-on polyurethane liners have solved the problems of the oil and gas industry. Halo provides its clients with secondary containment, solutions that feature a unique spray applied polyurethane liner. We live in some of the most extreme conditions anywhere on the globe. We have to be proactive in the products and solutions we provide. Our polyurethane spray on liner has been applied in temperatures as high as 35 degrees Celsius and as low as minus 50 degrees Celsius. The ability to provide this secondary containment solution year-round is revolutionary to our industry. Palos polyurethane contains no volatile organic compound, making it safe to spray in any area. Polyurethane coatings are used as secondary containment, liners for tank farms, loading facilities above and below ground storage areas, concrete sumps and trenches and facility roofs, just to name a few. The product starts to gel within 15 seconds and is able to be put into service within the hour during that cure time. The product filters into the porous space of the substrate that we're bonding to and creates a very strong mechanical bond. In addition, because the product is UV resistant, it eliminates the need for ground cover, making integrity, checking very simple.

To do. Halos polyurethane liners have lasted in lab testing for over 13 years, there's been no deterioration. No cracking nothing's gone wrong with the product. We'Ve been called in many times to replace the conventional LDPE liners they just don't stand up. Halos quality control process is second to none. Halo spray applied polyurethane protects the environment from oils acids, caustics produced water, gas, vapors and many other contaminating materials. Halo spray applied polyurethane liners have proven to have an excellent life expectancy. They have great corrosion and abrasion resistance. They have very strong adhesion and are easily applied in cold weather applications. The polyurethane liner is used in conjunction with halos engineered Zeo, ground disturbance, metal containment walls, as the gas and oil industry continues. Increasing production to meet demand. There will be more and more infrastructure in need of secondary containment systems. Halo environmental is aggressively growing its presence in the industry providing new, effective, environmentally friendly and efficient solutions to an old industry.
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