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CPI - Concrete Plant International

CPI - Concrete Plant International
April 2, 2011
Anti-microbial additive provides corrosion protection for concrete in Canadian wastewater systems
Microbiologically Induced Corrosion (MIC) in sanitary sewer systems is a problem around the world and Canada is no exception. But in recent years, Canadian engineering firms, municipalities, and concrete producers have begun to test and specify ConShield, an antimicrobial additive that provides permanent protection against Thiobacillus bacteria. The preliminary results are promising.

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