The appropriate coating in vehicular tunnels

Pollution is unavoidable in vehicular tunnels – exhaust gases, de-icing salts, soot and moss quickly nest on the inner walls affecting them. Various coating systems are providing protection. Abrasion resistant coatings of StoCretec GmbH are used for this purpose in the Hornbergtunnel (Baden Wurttemberg/Germany) ensuring that the regular cleaning of the walls can be done fast and without any problems. The light coloring of the coating, moreover, contributes to traffic safety owing to the good visibility in the tunnel.

The city of Hornberg is located in a recreation area and a bypass, the core...

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