Adler and Allan has won the VINCI APPA award for innovation for introducing a new interceptor lining process to a leading UK forecourt operator.
A polyurea coating was applied on a damaged three stage non-functional separator as the base of the separator had dropped under all chambers causing major water loss.
The process required a working party of three men all with confined space rescue training to apply two coats of primer along with a broadcast of fine aggregate saving the customer 70% of the cost on a new interceptor install.
Andrew Clarke, Forecourt Services Managing Director, said: “We’re extremely proud to be able to provide this innovative service to our customer. By challenging the status quo, we have brought together our knowledge, expertise, and equipment to put the customer ahead of its competitors and significantly reduce downtime, costs and reputation.”
The news follows the recent internal promotion of Kurt Wachter to Director of its Fuel Infrastructure business.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/14022020/adler-and-allan-wins-vinci-appa-award-for-innovation/
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