Atlas GC Primer

  • Can be used on “GREEN CONCRETE” and existing concrete
  • Is a primer, primer sealer or concrete curing compound
  • Meets ASCM C309 requirements for use as a concrete curing compound
  • Can be applied to concrete without any surface preparation up to 36 hours after finishing (after 36 hours grit blasting is required)
  • Does not need to be removed prior to further treatment
  • Can be brush, roller or spray applied
  • Is compatible with all ATLAS epoxy setting beds, coatings, linings, and floor topping systems
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Rezklad E-Concrete Primer MT

  • Can be used on new concrete after 5 days cure time.
  • Can be used on existing damp concrete, simply remove standing water.
  • Can be brush or roller applied.
  • Requires grit blasting or acid washing surface prep in order to achieve a tenacious bond.
  • Is a primer compatible with all ATLAS epoxy setting beds, coatings, linings, and floor topping systems.
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Rezklad E-Concrete Primer

  • Can be brush or roller applied
  • Requires grit blasting or acid washing surface prep in order to achieve a tenacious bond
  • Is a primer compatible with all ATLAS epoxy setting beds, coatings, linings, and floor topping systems
  • LT formulation available for low temperature application to 34°F

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Chempruf Tie Coat

  • Can be brush or roller applied
  • Interfacing primer
  • Designed for bonding new polyester and vinyl ester glass flake coatings or fabric reinforced linings to existing polyester or vinyl ester resin systems
  • Also used as a barrier coat between epoxy or furan resin substrates and Chempruf polyester and vinyl ester resin systems

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Rezklad E-SR

  • Epoxy novolac resin
  • 98% sulfuric acid, 40% nitric acid, 20% chromic acid, organic solvents
  • Resistant to 212°F (100°C)
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Rezklad E-HP

  • Epoxy novolac resin
  • Apply to damp concrete
  • Does not support bacteria growth
  • Hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, 98% sulfuric acid, 30% nitric acid and 30% chromic acid
  • Dilute organic acids, alkalies, organic solvents
  • Low temperature application to 45°F (7°C)
  • USDA certifiable
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Rezklad E-AP

  • Epoxy resin
  • Economical, all-purpose floor topping
  • Splash and spills of non-oxidizing acids, alkalies, salts, oils, food chemicals Hand or power trowel applied
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Rezklad E-SRC

  • Epoxy novolac resin, carbon filler Rezklad E-SR
  • Hydrofluoric and fluoroboric acids, fluorides, high concentrations of sodium hydroxide
  • Resistant to 212°F (100°C)

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Rezklad E-125S AR

  • Hybrid epoxy system
  • Ideal for lift stations, wet wells, manholes, clarifiers, digesters, grit chambers and other waste and water treatment structures.
  • Can be used for floors, walls, ceilings, sumps, trenches and containment in a variety of industries.
  • Sprayed vertically at thicknesses greater than 60 mils in one application.
  • Resistant to many acids, alkalies, salts, oils, greases, food by-products.
  • Resistant to 20% hydrochloric acid, 50% sulfuric acid and 25% phosphoric acid. It demonstrates excellent resistance to Hydrogen Sulfide and prevents microbial induced corrosion.
  • Installed exclusively by ATLAS authorized applicators.
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Rezklad E-HiBuild 90

  • Epoxy resin, high solids
  • Acids, alkalies, salts, oils, food chemicals
  • Brush, roller or spray applied
  •  10-125 mil thickness
  • Apply over concrete, steel or polymer floor
  • USDA certifiable
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Rezklad E-HiBuild 110

  • Epoxy Novolac resin, high solids
  • Organic solvents, 98% sulfuric acid, 30% nitric acid, 20% chromic acid, hydrogen peroxide, sodium hypochlorite
  • Brush, roller or spray applied
  • 10-125 mil thickness
  • Apply over concrete, steel or polymer floor
  • USDA certifiable
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Furnane Floors

floors-furnaneUsed by the food, beverage pharmaceutical and electronic industries for chemical and thermal resistance in combination with sanitary regulations and esthetics.

  • Direct bond system
  • Masonry Units are bonded to the substrate with Red Furnane Setting Bed
  • An Atlas Grout or Mortar is used to fill the joints
  • The system can be installed using either the Tilesetter’s Method or the Bricklayers’s Method

Anchored Thermoplastic Lining for Concrete Protection

ANCHOR-LOK mechanically locks into concrete structures to provide unmatched corrosion resistance. ANCHOR-LOK reduces construction time, eliminates concrete cure and surface preparation, and provides verified pinhole and leak-free integrity throughout the lining system.

The chemical and thermal resistance of Anchor-Lok Thermoplastic Lining Systems surpasses a variety of requirements for the protection of concrete structures regardless of size and configuration. ANCHOR-LOK sheet is available in various grades of Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP), Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF).

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ANCHOR-LOK is used in conjunction with concrete to contain and convey a wide variety of chemical solutions.  ANCHOR-LOK has excellent chemical, thermal and abrasion resistance and withstands external hydraulic pressure well in excess of a 100 ft. (30 m.) head. ANCHOR-LOK is available in UV-resistant grades for outdoor applications. Systems meeting USDA and FDA service requirements are available. ANCHOR-LOK is used to line concrete:

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  • Trenches
  • Sumps
  • Pits
  • Tanks
  • Basins
  • Containment dikes
  • Manholes and piping
  • Underground storage vaults
  • Neutralization tanks
  • Flumes and chute linings for wet or dry applications
  • Chemical process structures
  • Storage tanks
  • Waste treatment structures
  • Municipal sewage and water treatment tanks
  • Clarifiers
  • Digesters
  • Tank farms
  • Pump pads
  • Specialty industrial flooring
  • Concrete ducts and stacks
  • Offshore and shore side concrete marine pilings
  • Walls
  • Any structure that can formed in concrete can be lined with Anchor-Lok

Frequently Asked Questions about ANCHOR-LOK

Q: How is ANCHOR-LOK installed?
A: Anchor-Lok is installed with conventional concrete placement practices. The sheet or fabrication is placed on forms prior to the concrete pour, allowing the lining to mechanically lock into the matrix of the concrete structure.

Q: Can ANCHOR-LOK be used to retro-fit existing structures?
A: Yes, ANCHOR-LOK can be used for new or existing concrete construction.

Q: How do you determine the proper type of ANCHOR-LOK?
A: Selection is based on specific service conditions of each application. ATLAS Engineering will make the determination based on chemical, thermal, physical, abrasive, and other exposure criteria.

Q: What chemicals can ANCHOR-LOK resist?
A: Each thermoplastic resists a broad range of chemicals. See the Chemical Resistance Chart  for specific information.

Q: What is the temperature range ANCHOR-LOK can withstand?
A: HDPE can be in service at temperatures as low as -40* F (-40* C). PVDF can withstand up to 275* F (135* C).

Q: How is ANCHOR-LOK proven to be leak-free?
A: All seams are thermoplastically welded and backed with conductive material. Spark testing verifies the lining system is free of any pinholes or leaks. Structures can be equipped with leak detection for further assurance.

Q: Can I use this product for outside applications?
A: Yes. HDPE and a UV-resistant grade of PP are commonly used outside.

Q: Can ANCHOR-LOK save time in a construction schedule?
A: ANCHOR-LOK eliminates the need for concrete cure. Anchor-Lok can be placed in service as soon as concrete forms are stripped (and any seams, if present, are welded).

Q: Will field welding be required?
A: Structures that cannot be shipped in one piece will need to be field welded. Smaller fabrications do not require field welding.

Q: Can ANCHOR-LOK bridge cracks?
A: Yes. ANCHOR-LOK can bridge concrete cracks up to ¼” wide.

Q: Are expansion joints required?
A: No. ANCHOR-LOK is welded providing a seamless lining. The anchor penetrates into the concrete matrix and allows the lining to absorb all expansion and contraction. Eliminating expansion joints eliminates the weakest point of the lining system.

Q: Does groundwater and hydrostatic pressure effect ANCHOR-LOK?
A: Because ANCHOR-LOK forms an integral part of the concrete structure, it can withstand over 100’ of hydrostatic head pressure.

Q: Can fabrications be tailored to specific dimensions and requirements?
A: ANCHOR-LOK is always custom fabricated. ATLAS provides drawings for customer approval before fabrication commences. If the structure can be poured with concrete, it can be lined with ANCHOR-LOK.

Q: What are the colors of the different ANCHOR-LOK thermoplastics?
A:

  • ANCHOR-LOK PP – Tan
  • ANCHOR-LOK PVC – Dark Gray
  • ANCHOR-LOK PE and UVPP – Black
  • ANCHOR-LOK PE HMW and PVDF – White

Q: Can ANCHOR-LOK tie into adjacent coatings or linings?
A: Fabric-faced material can be provided on the grate seat, perimeter, or flange. The interface joint is reinforced before coatings, linings, and protective systems are tied into the fabric-faced material. Contact ATLAS for additional details and information.

Q: Are there technical service representatives available?
A: ATLAS maintains a staff of Technical Service Representatives who are available to assist you with the use of ATLAS products.

Features and Benefits of ANCHOR-LOK:

  • Used in conjunction with conventional concrete construction
  • Mechanically anchored into concrete substrate
  • Leak-free primary and secondary containment
  • Leak detection systems available
  • Expansion joints are not required
  • Available in several thermoplastic resins
  • Outstanding chemical resistance
  • Broad thermal resistance
  • Impact and abrasion resistant
  • Bridges cracks in concrete
  • Easy installation
  • On-site new construction
  • Prefabricated construction available for new construction or retrofit
  • Any configuration, size, or shape
  • Built-in grating seat and flange as required
  • Conforms to ASTM and DIN standards
  • Welded by Certified Applicators
  • Standard sheet thicknesses are 1/8″ (3 mm.) and 3/16″ (5 mm.)

Sample Projects

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ANCHOR-LOK Lining System
Installation Guidelines
Chemical Resistance Charts

Rezklad E-125S AR

  • Hybrid epoxy system
  • Ideal for lift stations, wet wells, manholes, clarifiers, digesters, grit chambers and other waste and water treatment structures.
  • Can be used for floors, walls, ceilings, sumps, trenches and containment in a variety of industries.
  • Sprayed vertically at thicknesses greater than 60 mils in one application.
  • Resistant to many acids, alkalies, salts, oils, greases, food by-products.
  • Resistant to 20% hydrochloric acid, 50% sulfuric acid and 25% phosphoric acid. It demonstrates excellent resistance to Hydrogen
  • Sulfide and prevents microbial induced corrosion.
  • Installed exclusively by ATLAS authorized applicators.
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Rezklad E-135S

  • Epoxy novolac resin, high solids
  • 98% sulfuric acid, concentrated hydrochloric and phosphoric acids, 20% nitric acid, 30% chromic acid
  • Organic solvents, dilute alkalies, alkaline hypochlorite solutions, dilute organic acids
  • USDA certifiable
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Rezklad E-135SC

  • Epoxy novolac resin, high solids, carbon filled Rezklad E-135S
  • 70% hydrofluoric acid, fluoroboric acid, fluorides, 50% sodium hydroxide, hydrofluoric/nitric acid blends
  • USDA certifiable
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Atlastic CT-30 Membrane

  • Trowel applied, modified asphaltic
  • Used with masonry brick construction, as a cleavage or waterproofing membrane
  • Low odor
  • Flexible from -10°F (-24°C) to 150°F (66°C)
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Membrane 88

  • Trowel applied, room temperature curing, urethane elastomer
  • Pulp and paper industry
  • Used with masonry brick construction, as a cleavage or waterproofing membrane
  • Resistant to temperatures up to 170°F (77°C)
  • Good for horizontal and vertical surfaces
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Industrial Floors

floors-industrialOffer outstanding resistance to aggressive chemical, vehicular traffic, impact and abrasion environments for floors, trenches, sumps and pits throughout chemical process, storage, containment and unloading areas

  • Heavy duty, aggressive environments
  • Impervious Membrane provides a secondary barrier to prevent liquid penetration to the substrate.
  • Chemical Resistant Mortar Setting Bed and Joints
  • Chemical Resistant Brick

Alkor Mortar

  • Furan resin, silica-filled
  • Organic acids, solvents, oils, greases, salts
  • Resistant to 350°F (177°C)
  • Low temperature application available to 34°F (1°C)
  • ASTM C395, ANSI A118.5 compliant
  • USDA certifiable

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Carbo-Alkor Mortar

  • Furan resin, carbon-filled
  • Low temperature application available to 34°F (1°C)
  • Food and food by-products, organic and inorganic acids, solvents, alkalies Hydrofluoric acid, phosphoric acid and sodium hydroxide
  • Resistant to 350°F (177°C)
  • ASTM C395, ANSI A118.5 compliant
  • USDA certifiable

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