Removing Concrete Splatter from Pipework at Sydney Tunnel

4th November 2019 | concrete removal

Using a bio-based product from Envirofluid, concrete splatter was easily eliminated from pipework at a tunnel in Sydney.

There was concrete splatter on pipework in a tunnel that the client wanted removed. Using Triple7 SafeCrete, the concrete deposits were safely and effectively removed without risking corrosion and damage to the surface of the pipework.

Improving Lives

The product worked within a few minutes with impressive results, potentially saving the client time and money, with minimal effort, and no risk of corrosion to the equipment.

Improving Business

The product worked within a few minutes with impressive results, potentially saving the client time and money, with minimal effort, and no risk of corrosion to the equipment.

Improving Innovation

With Triple7 SafeCrete, the client now has a safe, non-hazardous option for removing concrete splatter. The product is tough on deposits but gentle on humans and the planet.

The Situation:

Concrete splatter needed to be removed from pipework at a tunnel in Sydney.

The Challenge:

The challenge was to remove the concrete splatter easily and without damaging the surface of the pipework.

The Solution:

Triple7 SafeCrete was applied at 25% solution and left to dwell for 10 minutes; after which, the deposit was removed with little agitation. In areas where there was a large build-up of concrete, the product was applied at 50% strength. Then, the build-up was removed using a scraper to dislodge the blobs and wire brush to clean it up.

The Outcome:

The concrete splatter was removed with minimal effort and expense, and no damage to equipment, galvanized pipework, wiring, and surrounding areas.

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