Construction Marine Ltd

Construction Marine Ltd

Hatfield Station Footbridge is a 44 meter Network Rail footbridge spanning several tracks in Hatfield, Hertfordshire.

 



The existing protective coating has failed over a large percentage of the structure, with localised areas of corrosion clearly visible.  Due to the sensitive environment the footbridge is located in, abrasive blasting cleaning and ongoing mechanical surface preparation were considered a non-feasible means of preparation prior to the application of a new protective coating system. In this instance RPR heat induction was considered the preferred means of coating removal alongside the reduced need for mechanical preparation required to achieved the specified surface preparation standard.

 

 

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