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‘Engineering Innovation’ with the Royal Navy

Cactus showcased a number of technologies to meet the challenges faced during Royal Navy maintenance and repair projects. Cactus was recently invited to the 'Engineering Innovation' event held by...

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High Strength Epoxy Resin screed ensures an effective concrete repair

Cactus Projects: UK Chemical Plant High Strength Concrete Repair

Chemical Resistant High Strength Epoxy Resin Screed Repaired the Chemical Containment Area. Cactus technology helped a leading Agrochemical, Pharmaceutical and Speciality Chemical Manufacturing Pl...

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Oil and Gas Separator Vessel protected by ARC HT-S High Temperature Resistant Spray Coating

Protecting A Separator Vessel in Elevated Temperatures

ARC HT-S High Temperature Resistant Spray Coating ensured this Vessel quickly returned to operation and is effectively protected in elevated temperature immersion. When corrosion and erosion damage ...

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cactus blog image for the Roofing Repair of Fibreglass and Aluminium Roof Cladding project

Cactus Projects: Roofing Repair of Fibreglass and Aluminium Roof Cladding

Polyurethane Liquid Applied Waterproofing Coating repairs corrosion damaged roofing at a warehouse in Stirling. Leaks were discovered across a warehouse floor and when inspected, significant erosion ...

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Flange Preservation Wrap infographic which outlines the application process

Cactus Solution For Flange Corrosion Prevention

Flange Preservation Wrap is a cold applied, VOC Free, self-hardening wax-based Tape that protects piping and metal structures from damage and deterioration caused by corrosion. Structures such as bri...

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Apply protective coating to large surfaces quickly and easily with Mixpac Spray Technology

Cactus On-Site Applicator Training: Preventing Common Coating Failures

From oil and gas, to petrochemical, to marine, Cactus ensures industrial operations of all sizes, in all environments, are protected from abrasion, corrosion and chemical attack. Our high-performance ...

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