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Wastewatereng (Mechanical) (OP)
27 Apr 11 12:47
Does anyone have any experience using scotchkote coating for wastewater applications? I have been adviced by a manufacturer that scotchkote tends to break down easily in wastewater, however all the other sites so far have suggested that Scotchkote is Recommended for wastewate uses.  So I am really confused as to which to believe.  Can anyone offer any help / advance based on past experience?  
rconner (Civil/Environmental)
1 May 11 12:43
I noticed you had not gotten any response to your inquiry after many days. In this regard I believe "scotchkote" could conceivably refer to really a lot of somewhat different coatings, in even just the category of various wastewater applications. If you are interested in historical performance of some specific brand and application in some specific wastewater service, it might not hurt to advise more specific details to get more feedback from more learned folks than I on these forums.    

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