Different types of energy sources
In addition to traditional energy sources such as oil, coal and gas (fossil fuels), sustainable energy such as solar, wind, water, biomass and air and ground heat are much-discussed topics. Fossil fuel companies usually involve large factories/power plants with boilers/tanks and turbines from which the energy is ultimately supplied.
Storage places such as bunkers/tanks, production areas and industrial floors often use metals and minerals as a subsurface. These subsurfaces can be attacked by organic and/or inorganic compounds. Companies involved in sustainable energy too usually work with plants such as power plants. Examples include biogas plants and hydropower plants.
A subsurface offering a long service life
Solar panels are often located in solar parks or on roofs and have fairly long service lives. Prokol ensures that the subsurfaces they stand on or are mounted on are given long service lives too. Long-term protection of such subsurfaces can be extremely cost-effective.
Prokol can help you with a coordinated coating system based on Rocathan Polyurea techniques.
- Seamless and liquid-proof
- Permanently elastic and crack-bridging
- Resistant to organic and inorganic compounds
- Resistant to high and low temperatures
- Wear-resistant and heavy-duty ready