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Belzona® Electrical Conduits Made Safe



Power (POWR)



Gaskets, Seals and Shims (GSS)


Customer Location:

Coal Fired Power Plant in North Texas


Application Date:

Ongoing since August, 1995


Application Situation:

Electrical conduit in demineralization, scrubber, pulverizer and crusher areas



Sulfur in lignite (coal) combines with water (moisture) to form a weak sulfuric acid that corrodes the conduit.



Belzona® 2111 (D&A Hi-Build)

Belzona® 4111 (Magma Quartz) or
Belzona® 4131 (Magma Screed)

Belzona® 3921 (GSC Conditioner) or
Belzona® 6111 (Liquid Anode)



Galvanized metal and concrete


Application Method:

The application was carried out in accordance with a modified version of Belzona Know-How Leaflet GSS-4.


Belzona Facts:

If the conduit corrodes, the high voltage electrical cables (4000-6000 volts) inside pose a severe safety issue during cleaning. The Belzona application saved hundreds of thousands of dollars as the alternative to this repair is to run new electrical cables.


Photographs Description

  1. Big bank of electrical conduit sealed with Belzona® 2111.  
  2. Another electrical conduit top dressed with Belzona® 4131.  
  3. Close-up view of conduit, also coated with Belzona® 3921 for corrosion protection.
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