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UKWIR Report features CPF Liners

Zemdrain® CPF liner, ©
Zemdrain® CPF liner, ©

Treated Water Storage Assets: Good Practice for Operation and Management

A report has been developed by UK Water Industry Research Limited, comprising collaborative and impartial research. The purpose of the document is to provide water companies with good practice guidance for the whole life management of the construction, refurbishment, repair, operation and maintenance of treated water storage assets.

Controlled permeability formwork (CPF) liners are assessed in the following sections of the report:

Chapter 7; Impact of Water Chemistry on Surface Deterioration

  • Section 7.7.3   Formwork Liners for Casting Concrete

Chapter 10; Construction of New Assets - Good Practice

  • Section 10.15  Controlled Permeability Formwork

The document evaluates the use of CPF liners in new insitu and precast concrete structures, declaring “numerous advantages are hard to ignore”. The report states the use of “CPF liner can help to maximise the whole life performance of assets” and continues to disclose that “one of the larger water companies now specifies its use for all insitu concrete works”.

Report Details:

Title: Treated Water Storage Assets: Good Practice for Operation and Management, Version 2

Ref. No. 19/RG/05/50

Programme Area & Reference: Regulation: Assets RG/05

The full report is available to purchase from UKWIR. UK Water Company subscribers may receive a copy free of charge.

For more information please contact UK Water Industry Research Limited, quoting the report reference number 19/RG/05/50.

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