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Hapuawhenua Viaduct

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    Prior to recoating rust was a big problem
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    Rusty Metal showing on the viaduct
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    Corrosion on the Viaduct
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    preparing the surface ready for coating
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    After the application of Noxyde
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    Topsides completed

Corrosion and Oxidising coatings were unsightly and needing attention

The team at Modern Maintenance were approached to specify a anti-corrosion and durable paint coating for the Hapuawhenua Viaduct at Tongariro National Park in the North Island.
The preparation involved removing rust and loose paint chips before the final coating was applied.