20+ Years Experience
Specialist Bund Lining Systems
Effective bund lining materials can be a great way to ensure maximum protection from dangerous chemicals and substances in February 2024.
Our team of experts in Lincolnshire understand common bund lining requirements and can provide coatings for existing bunds to keep storage tanks safe through secondary containment measures.
Our team is made up of specialist Bund Lining Systems installers, able to provide the best secondary containment options for any dangerous storage and operating environment.
Our Lincolnshire team have worked on a range of bund lining project types, acting as specialist lining contractors that can supply effective secondary containment measures that take effect should primary containment fail.
All of our bund linings are made to the highest possible standard of chemical resistance and reliability, designed to handle aggressive chemical environments in a wide range of situations in Lincolnshire.
We aim to provide some of the best bund lining options in Lincolnshire, handling aggressive chemicals effectively alongside high temperatures and other potential risks.
As a team, we can work with clients of any size and project scope, giving them the protection they need to deal with anything from a minor leak of harsh chemicals to a catastrophic spillage.
With over a decade of experience dealing with bund installations, we know how important even a few square metres can be to keeping fantastic structural integrity.
Our team of specialist lining contractors in Lincolnshire works hard to provide the best possible secondary containment for every client’s needs, putting together a bund structure that fits their space and provides the exact protection they are looking for.
Our team can offer a range of different bund linings for each situation, each fully customisable to suit the client’s needs. This includes:
We offer distinct options for each new bund in Lincolnshire, letting clients decide on the exact kind of epoxy coating or polyurea lining they need. Different options (such as standard epoxy linings and polyurea bund lining options) can also work differently depending on the chemicals involved.
We are able to suggest the right bund linings for each situation, making sure that we choose the safest and most reliable bund lining for the chemical being stored within it.
The cost of our bund linings can vary from £2,000 to £4,000, depending on the surface area of the bund and the amount of surface preparation required. This also varies depending on the exact materials used.
We can provide carefully measured price quotes for each client in Lincolnshire – measuring out bund walls and judging the costs of individual bund linings to ensure that the client gets a fair price for their project.
Our team are also fully capable of repairing old bund installations, restoring their chemical resistance and ability to tolerate temperatures in the process.
We aim for fantastic structural integrity in every project and will gladly upgrade brick or concrete structures to ensure that the overall bund design remains strong with the new coatings.
Our bund system options have a highly variable price, so we tackle each project bespoke. While the difference between a concrete bund and a brickwork bund lining project might not be that major, we still need to adapt things to suit each situation.
From lacking chemical resistance to damaged mortar joints and movement stress cracking, there are a lot of things that may need to be pre-emptively prevented or fixed. We estimate the price of each project based on the client’s situation and current bund quality.
All of our different bund linings offer unique benefits (fibreglass lining, epoxy coatings, polyurea lining, etc.), but all of them are important for protecting yourself and your working environment.
Bund linings offer secondary containment should primary containment fail, meaning that they can catch chemicals like nitric acid or sulphuric acid if the original container starts to leak or bursts.
While abrasive blasting is always a risk, durable and high-temperature bund linings can endure a catastrophic spillage and still ensure safety in the workplace.
The secondary containment applications of a bund lining mean that you have a backup if a primary containment fails, ensuring that things like damaged mortar joints or weakened steel bunds are not a concern.
This lining means that minor faults in the bund walls will not lead to additional leaks, and it provides fluid-tightness that typical storage methods can’t.
While primary containment is the best option, a bund ensures easy recovery of leaking materials and provides a proper safety boundary.
Whilst concrete and brickwork bund lining materials are able to block water (unlike most steel bunds), our lining options (especially fibreglass lining) can be invaluable for surfaces lacking chemical resistance.
More protection never hurts when dealing with chemicals such as hydrochloric acid. Even though typical steel bunds serve as high-temperature bund linings on their own, our options are able to resist corrosion across their entire surface area.
Even in bunds only a few square metres in size, the secondary containment applications of our linings are invaluable for protecting the workspace and the people inside it.
Bund linings are linings used in bund spaces: pits that can hold up to 110% of a container’s original contents if that primary containment measure fails.
Bund walls need to be chemically resistant, free of leaks, able to handle relevant heat levels, and able to hold up to 110% of the main container’s liquid content.
The exact requirements will change depending on the materials. For example, an oil storage bund with fibreglass lining will be less demanding than fibreglass linings for highly corrosive chemicals.
A bund wall holds the contents of a container if it is breached, allowing it to be safely recovered while also preventing leaks.
For example, an oil storage bund would hold 100% of an oil tank’s capacity if it sprung a leak, along with an extra 10% of space as a safety measure.
The term “bund” means “embankment” in India. These bunds were used to control the way that water flowed, similar to how these industrial bunds contain where chemical spills go.
Bunds are an important safety measure in many workspaces. While they might not be necessary for harmless chemicals, they still allow those chemicals to be properly retrieved rather than spilling normally and being lost.
Our team can offer excellent bund lining options suited to each client’s needs, no matter how dangerous the chemicals in question may be.
If you want to know more about what we can offer in Lincolnshire, get in touch with us today and talk with some of our specialists to learn more about what we can do for your chemical storage space.
Make sure you contact us today for a number of great bund lining systems in East Midlands.
Here are some towns we cover near Lincolnshire.Lincoln, North Hykeham, Barking
We absolutely love the service provided. Their approach is really friendly but professional. We went out to five different companies and found Bund Lining Systems 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!Max German
We have used Bund Lining Systems 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!Haydyn Watt
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