Paul Evans of Liquid Rubber Melbourne and Findlay-Evans Waterproofing showcase a recently completed job at Bega Cheese in New South Wales. The task involved applying liquid rubber to a chemical bond area used for storing chemical buns in cheese making, requiring thorough preparation and precise application.
Location & problem:
Bega Cheese in New South Wales 2550.
Chemical bond area used for storing chemical buns in cheese making.
Solution & Approach:
Thorough cleaning of the concrete.
Allowing the concrete to dry.
Applying a prime product to seal the concrete and prevent chemicals from leaching out.
Masking off areas that didn't need to be sprayed.
Used a purpose-built spray rig in their liquid rubber mobile van.
Applied a 1.5mm thick coating to the entire confinement area.
The client was satisfied with the process.
Plans to return to do the fire services take in the near future.
The project demonstrates the expertise and attention to detail required in waterproofing concrete, particularly in a specialized environment like cheese making. It highlights the importance of proper preparation, the right tools, and the satisfaction of delivering a job well done.