Footbridge suspension protected

Published:  23 March, 2017

Winn__Coales.jpgWINN & COALES says its Denso Steelcoat 100/400 system was chosen by Hampshire Rigging Services to protect the suspension of the footbridge at Thames Ditton Island. The company says for this recently completed project the Denso Steelcoat was applied to a steel wire rope which was fitted to the four tower tops from which the footbridge is suspended and particular attention was given to the application of Denso Steelcoat on the four tower tops and the anchorage bars, which had previously suffered from some corrosion.

Following surface preparation, the Denso Steelcoat system applied by Hampshire Rigging Services consisted of Hi-Tack Primer followed by Densyl Profiling Mastic for filling awkward profiles. This was then followed by H i-Tack Tape, Ultraseal Tape and a Denso Acrylic top coat.

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