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Belzona® Protects Electrolyte Recirculation Tanks



Mining and Quarrying (MINQ)



Tanks and Chemical Containment Areas (TCC)


Customer Location:

Copper Mine, Arizona


Application Date:

2011 - 2012


Application Situation:

Copper sulfate (electrolyte) storage tanks experiencing leakage due to sulfuric acid attack at 120 °F.



Electrolysis combined with chemical attack and metal fatigue were causing leaking at the weld seams of the tanks.



Belzona 4341 (Magma CR4)



Stainless Steel


Application Method:

The application has been completed in two tanks in accordance with Belzona Know-How System Leaflet TCC-3. The first one was carried out with paint brushes & rollers, and the second one was installed with spray application.


Belzona Facts:

The tanks had been experiencing leakage for years with the subsequent loss of product/copper sulfate as well as the extreme damages which were taking place on the concrete containment area surrounding the tanks.


Photographs Description

  1. Overview of the electrolyte recirculation tank
  2. Tank leaking and deteriorating the concrete containment area
  3. Interior tank walls prior to coating
  4. Interior tank walls following Belzona 4341 application
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