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Mondo,

In the Gulf region one of your biggest problems, if you have a steel or concrete tank, is corrosion.  The soils typically have very high concentrations of evaporated sea salts.  Even above ground structural steel is often galvanized then epoxy painted, above ground concrete painted with siloxanes, and below grade concrete foundations are often completely "tanked" with a bithuthene.

Thomas Hunt, S.E.
Fluor



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01/15/2009 08:49 PM
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List,
 
Any watch-its for the design of large underground potable water tank in gulf region?
 
Tank size:
length= 50m
width= 100m
height= 5m
 
 
TIA,
Mondo


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