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Bund Lining in West Sussex

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We are specialist lining contractors that provide bund lining to sites in West Sussex in February 2024.

Our team works to install bund lining systems, also known as secondary containment, for storage tanks and similar settings across the nation. Our bund lining systems can provide additional protection to aggressive environments, and we provide a range of different materials to suit all needs.

Our company has many years of experience working to provide secondary containment applications and can work to meet all needs. We operate across the country, working to remove old bund installations and provide new secondary containment vessel installation for additional protection.

If you are interested in working with us for your West Sussex bund lining project, please contact the team today.

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Who Are Bund Lining?

We are a specialist bund lining contracting company based in the UK. We are a leading installer of high-temperature bund linings, offering these protective coating systems to a range of sites across the country to offer additional security on site.

Bund lining, also known as secondary containment applications, is installed to offer additional protection to sites. They are often installed under a storage tank, also known as the primary containment, to hold the majority of the liquid should the primary containment fail.

Bund installations are done in sites such as oil storage and in locations where aggressive chemicals are being stored to offer additional protection.

Our company has been providing bund linings in West Sussex for many years across the nation and can ensure fantastic structural integrity with every project.

Why Choose Bund Lining?

We are the leading installer of bund linings in West Sussex and have worked in many settings across the nation. Our company can provide the best types of bund linings available in September 2023 at an extremely high quality.

We work to provide this secondary containment lining system in a range of settings and can meet the needs of all our clients. We work to protect all kinds of primary containment and can meet any bund lining requirements in aggressive chemical environments.

Our professional team can provide a range of services, including the installation of bund linings to increase the life expectancy of your storage vessels, as well as treating corrosion issues, and even replacing old bund installations when required.

All of our bund lining systems meet the guidelines of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.

We will remain on site at your operating environment until the project is completed and have several bund lining systems available to suit all needs. All our projects begin with a surface preparation to ensure the best fit based on your current oil storage system, and we can provide a new bund as a replacement if required.

With such an extensive range of bunds in West Sussex, we can work in all environments and will find the right lining for your site to prevent corrosion issues, damage, and other risks.

If you are interested in working with us, then please contact the team today.

Over 10 Years of Experience in Bund Lining

Our company has over 10 years of experience in bund lining installations in West Sussex.

Our specialist contractors have provided thousands of bund linings to aggressive chemical environments across the nation, helping to increase the life expectancy of tanks and vessels as well as securing existing bunds that may need additional attention.

With our experience, we can ensure that our bund linings in West Sussex will protect your site should the primary containment fail due to the tight bund structure

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Bund Lining Materials

We provide a good range of bund linings to ensure we can work across the county.

Our bunds come in three main materials based on the requirements of your site, including:

Fiberglass bunds are commonly installed in sites with old bund installations, which are subject to corrosion issues, such as steel bunds. The fibreglass linings, also known as glass-reinforced plastic lining or chemical-resistant GRP lining, can also offer additional protection to brick and concrete settings where masonry-based substrates have damaged mortar joints.

This is because glass-reinforced plastic lining can withstand harsh chemicals in West Sussex, whilst concrete and brick bunds are porous and, therefore, more at risk of corrosion. While every lining we offer has good chemical resistance, this is especially fibreglass lining over a concrete bund due to the structural integrity it can provide.

The fluid-tightness of these fibreglass linings bunds is ideal for storage vessels that hold sulphuric acid and hydrochloric acid, during which the concrete structures collapse could lead to a catastrophic spillage on site.

When compared with other bunds, especially fibreglass lining bunds, this polymer-based lining is lacking chemical resistance compared to chemical-resistant GRP lining, but it does offer fantastic structural integrity in West Sussex, which is ideal for preventing movement stress cracking.

This is why polyurea linings are often applied to any sites subject to severe movement issues, such as new builds.

Polyurea linings are mainly used to protect against severe movement issues, including movement stress cracking on concrete and brickwork bund lining, and can be applied to a large surface area. However, they can also tolerate temperatures of up to 120 degrees, making them suitable for all kinds of applications, as well as being protective against UV light.

Epoxy bund linings are typically used on steel bunds, similar to fibreglass lining, making them suitable as an oil storage bund. Epoxy coatings can be applied to the surface area to add protection to the steel bunds, but unlike other polymer-based lining systems cannot withstand abrasive blasting, nor will they add protection to masonry-based substrates like fibreglass lining.

They are not suitable for concrete or brickwork bund lining due to the fact epoxy bund linings are susceptible to movement stress cracking. However, epoxy linings are ideal to use in an oil storage bund, much like fibreglass linings.

For the installation of bund linings in West Sussex, please get in touch with the team today.

Bund Lining Installation Cost West Sussex

The average cost of bund lining installation in West Sussex is between £2,000 and £4,000.

This total cost can vary based on several factors, including the size of the storage tank as well as the type of bund lining required. Our lining systems can be installed in bunds of all sizes, ranging from a few square metres to 5,000 square metres.

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Bund Lining Repairs

Our expert team in West Sussex can repair any existing bunds, damaged mortar joints, and lining on site and offer this service across the UK.

Following a catastrophic spillage, even high-temperature bund linings, like our polyurea bund lining, can become damaged. This can be repaired on site to provide a new lining to tanks.

Bund Lining System Cost West Sussex

The total cost of a full bund lining system installation will vary greatly based on the size of the tank as well as the type of lining you require.

For example, a polyurea lining can be more expensive than fibreglass lining despite the fact it is lacking chemical resistance to this level.

We can offer lining systems in West Sussex from a few square metres to over 5,000 square metres. Additions such as an epoxy coating result in additional charges.

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Bund Lining Benefits

Bund linings are designed to provide additional protection to tanks containing oils and acids.

They can tolerate temperatures much higher than any primary containment in West Sussex, as well as offering high levels of chemical resistance to harsh chemicals such as nitric acid.

Adding a polyurea lining or an epoxy coating to your side offers better security through a secondary containment.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is bund lining?

Bund lining is a secondary containment that is designed to contain leaks and spills from vessels.

What are the requirements for a bund wall?

It is recommended for bunds to be installed with a capacity of 110% the largest tank, with an additional 10% for foam addition.

What is the purpose of bund walls?

To provide emergency containment of oils and chemicals in the event of a failure with the primary containment.

Why is it called a bund?

The term bunding in construction refers to a wall retaining around storage.

Do I need a bund?

In storage areas where toxic, flammable, and hazardous liquids or chemicals are kept, bunds are required.

Summary

We are specialist lining contractors based in West Sussex that provide a range of lining systems.

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Make sure you contact us today for a number of great bund lining services in South East.

Here are some towns we cover near West Sussex.

Worthing, Worthing, Shoreham-by-Sea, Southwick, Littlehampton
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What Others Say About Our Services

We absolutely love the service provided. Their approach is really friendly but professional. We went out to five different companies and found Bund Lining to be value for money and their service was by far the best. Thank you for your really awesome work, we will definitely be returning!

Shaun Bates
West Sussex

We have used Bund Lining for many years as they are certainly the best in the UK. The attention to detail and professional setup is what makes this company our go-to company for all our work. I highly recommend the team for the immense work - we highly recommend them!

Colin Caris
West Sussex

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