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Mid-Valley Restoration makes primary and secondary containment liners for contaminants such as crude oil, saltwater, fuel, hydrocarbons, manure, salt water & acids among other hazardous commodities.

We have liner materials with excellent hydrocarbon resistance including products such as 380 which comes with a 10 year warranty against some of the strongest and most corrosive hydrocarbons.

Please contact Mid-Valley Restoration Liner so we can help you choose the right liner material for you
that meets your containment needs.

Secondary Fuel Containment has a new addition to the Infrastructure Industry. Polyurea Panels have added flexability and reduces cost to gain EPA approval.


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Polyurea Coatings

A sprayed on polyurea coating or lining provides a seamless, waterproof barrier that is environmentally-friendly (contains no VOCs or CFCs), durable, flexible, temperature and weather resilient, corrosion resistant, low-maintenance, fast curing, and complies with most government and industry codes.

Secondary Containment Tank Lining

Our spray-on polyurea linings comply with federal code regulations regarding proper containment of hazardous materials and wastes from leaking into the soil. The seamless polyurea lining quickly and efficiently seals all existing or new containment tanks, providing an immediate durable shield. Click here to read more about secondary containment.

Pond Linings

Spray-in polyurea linings are an excellent choice for ponds because they are seamless, durable, flexible, waterproof, low-maintenance and an environmentally-friendly choice for fish and plants. Click here to read more on pond liners.

Decorative Architectural Coating

Polyurea coatings provide a protective covering that is durable, elastic, and water proof. Various architectural applications include sealing sculptural pieces, architectural molded fascia, landscaping, and many other uses. Theme parks have been using polyurea coatings as a durable material to cover characters and their simulated environments.

Food and Beverage Industry Flooring

Polyurea coating systems are ideal for food and beverage industry floors because it provides a seamless, durable, low-maintenance, sanitary, safe, non-slip surface that is temperature resistant (can resist extreme hot and cold temperatures), and cures fast so you can get back to business!

Sewage Tank Coating

Spray applied polyurea coatings provide waterproof shield, making it ideal for existing or new wastewater treatment, sewage tanks, and sewer manholes.

Coating for Bridges

State Departments of Transportation have recognized the value of polyurea coatings on bridges. Polyurea coatings have proven to be a more durable coating for bridges that long-lasting longer and corrosion resistant.

Blast-resistant Coatings

New initiatives in anti-terrorism require government buildings to protect personnel by making the building blast-resistant. Coating existing structures with polyurea spray on coatings is the best option because the elasticity of the polyurea coatings have proven to effectively contain debris in the case of an explosion, greatly reducing injuries and death from flying debris. The benefits of polyurea coatings are clear: it bonds to a variety of surfaces, it is ductile, easy to apply, and can be retrofitted into any existing building.

Coatings for Building Foundations

Polyurea coatings provide a watertight seal against moisture for building foundations, roofs, and joints. Polyurea coating is a seamless sub-slab or sub-grade water barrier.

Mid-Valley offers assistance in developing exact specification guidelines to meet exact expectations and budgetary constraints, experienced and approved applicator status and a quality assurance program of success. Polyurea’s strength, elasticity and resistance to tears, punctures and chemicals make it an outstanding coating for secondary containment needs.

When used as a secondary containment coating, polyurea can be applied over steel, geotextile fabric, concrete, wood fiberglass, masonry and earth. Polyurea produces a seamless membrane after installation. Other liner systems are seamed together; these seams are potential failure points.

Mid-Valley provides assistance to leading industries in developing the specific guidelines for secondary containment storage tanks in order to meet the USDA’s highly regulated standards. Both primary and secondary containment storage tanks for industries must make sure that their storage tanks will not deteriorate to the point of a containment breach. To properly ensure safe containment, industries need a way to quickly and safely create a protective coating on their secondary containment tanks.

Our polyurea protective coatings are the ideal choice for secondary containment because it provides a fast-curing, seamless membrane over the secondary containment tank. Polyurea coatings were created with the idea of minimizing down time to let your business get back to work. The spray on polyurea coating adheres to almost all materials– earth, concrete, masonry, fiberglass, metal, wood, and geotextiles and conforms to any shape. Its durability is unmatched; it is resistant to tears and punctures, and most chemicals and industrial liquids.

Polyurea protective coatings for secondary containment are safe and easy to use. There are zero VOC’s, its non toxic, odorless, temperature resistant, and chemical and abrasion resistant. Polyurea is an ideal choice to significantly extend the life of secondary containment areas. It can be applied during the construction stage or easily retrofitted to existing containment areas.

Polyurea protective coatings have many uses including;

  • wastewater treatment
  • potable water
  • industrial liquids
  • sewage tank lining
  • marine and aquarium tank linings
  • chemical tank lining
  • fuel storage and containment

Check out the page on polyurea coatings for more project ideas. Contact the professionals at Mid-Valley today about your unique project.


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Total Containment Solutions

Primary and Secondary Containment Membranes
From Versaflex


The proven durability and versatility of Versaflex coatings can extend the life of substrates and reduce maintenance and downtime costs.

Versaflex’s coatings are used to seal and protect concrete, steel, foam, wood and other commercial/industrial substrates. They are also used with geotextiles over earthen containment barriers and on concrete for the construction or repair of secondary containment ponds.

More of the many uses for Versaflex containment membranes:

Wear and waterproofing membrane ● protecting polyurethane foam roofing ● encapsulating asbestos, mold and other undesirable substances ● sealing metal seams and fasteners ● protecting rigid urethane foam insulation ● physical and chemical protection for expanded polystyrene board ● corrosion control ● vehicular undercoating ● lining freight cars, coal cars and cargo ships ● abrasion resistance on snow plows, salt and sand spreaders ● lining steel, masonry and wood tanks, silos, pipes and flumes ● sealing and corrosion protection of sewer manholes

Specify Versaflex Primary and Secondary Containment

Polyureas From Versaflex


Better than polyurethanes and epoxies.

Versaflex Polyureas can be applied under greater extremes of atmospheric conditions than epoxies or polyurethanes. They provide a faster set-up time and are far more durable.

  • Cure range of -25ºF to +300ºF and in high humidity
  • Superior elongation – retains flexibility
  • High heat resistance
  • Renewable through top coating
  • 100% solids – low odor
  • No VOC’s – environmentally safe

Versaflex Polyureas can be applied to metal, concrete and wood.

Use Versaflex Polyureas for:

Corrosion protection ● waterproofing ● abrasion protection ● chemical resistance
● atmospheric pollution resistance ● structural formation and decoration

Some of the many applications for Versaflex Polyureas:

Roofs ● pipes and pipelines ● bridges ● tank coatings ● water and wastewater treatment facilities ● ship cargo holds and ballast tanks ● rail car lining ● floors and decks ● OEM molded parts and mold making ● sewer linings ● theme park features, theatrical sets and statuary ● truck beds, ● farm and heavy equipment ● foundations and retaining walls

Specify Versaflex Polyureas


The rules of secondary containment: polyurea spray elastomer technology offers a fast-set solution to meeting the new secondary containment rules for hazardous materials.

Publication: Finishing Today
Publication Date: 01-FEB-08
Format: Online
Delivery: Immediate Online Access
Full Article Title: The rules of secondary containment: polyurea spray elastomer technology offers a fast-set solution to meeting the new secondary containment rules for hazardous materials.(FIELD-APPLIED COATINGS: POLYUREA SPRAY TECHNOLOGY)
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Article Excerpt

The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 40, Protection of the Environment, requires by federal law that all hazardous wastes or constituents be positively contained. In 1987, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) passed a regulation under CFR 40 requiring a secondary means of containing spilled materials that include hazardous chemicals (Section 265.190-265.193, 40 CFR); however, this regulation is really only just now starting to be enforced.

Two deadlines are rapidly approaching, one for the secondary containment of underground storage tanks (USTs) and the other for aboveground storage tanks (ASTs):

* December 31, 2009--Corrosion-protected single-wall USTs and small-diameter piping in contact with the soil must have secondary containment.

* January 1, 2010--Single-wall, field-erected ASTs must have secondary containment beneath the tank, and single-wall bulk product piping in contact with the soil must have secondary containment unless deferred by an API 570 Integrity Assessment.

In both cases, the secondary containment must function effectively for a period of time sufficient to allow proper spill cleanup without damage to the environment (Section 265.196, 40 CFR).

Many USTs and ASTs are made of concrete. The regulation notes that concrete is porous, and that the most reliable means of secondary containment on concrete is with a liquid-applied monolithic polymer membrane. One polymer membrane that meets the new requirements is polyurea spray elastomer technology.

Polyurea Spray Technology


Polyurea spray technology is a plural-component, fast-set elastomeric membrane system that provides for a monolithic, impervious layer. Various formulated systems address the numerous requirements related to secondary containment, including adhesion to the various substrates commonly encountered in these containment areas. For containment areas where solid substrates are not present, geomembranes can be used with an applied layer of a polyurea system incorporating low shrinkage characteristics designed for the area.

The fast set time of the polyurea spray technology allows for a rapid return to service of the area in a variety of ambient conditions, including cold weather. The polyurea systems also remain flexible at low temperatures, thus eliminating cracking issues found in other liquid applied coatings and sheet-good installed membranes.

Many tanks and piping areas may be prone to leakage. However, it has been shown that most leakages found in these areas are actually due to overfilling of the storage tanks, possibly a result of faulty equipment or operator error.

The polyurea spray elastomer technology has been evaluated under the Florida Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) requirements for secondary containment liner systems. The technology has passed this testing and is classified as an acceptable secondary containment lining material.

Polyurea Installations

Fully aware of the impending environmental regulations, the U.S. military has used the polyurea technology successfully for lining various fuel storage containment areas. As a matter of fact, this technology currently is being specified by engineering contract firms working with the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy. Work includes applications at Patrick Air Force Base, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, AUTEC U.S. Navy Base and a variety of fuel storage areas for municipal airports (see the sidebar at right). Most of these areas have an existing epoxy paint system applied to the concrete. The epoxy has cracked with the movement of the concrete over time, thus allowing for a breach in the containment area and potential environmental issues. The polyurea technology, as an elastomeric system, bridges those cracks and yields a superior containment lining material.

For existing asphalt, earthen berm or gravel containment areas, the polyurea system is applied on top of a geotextile membrane, as noted previously. The polyurea system bonds to the geotextile membrane, as well as the existing tanks, pipe pentrations and sump areas, and provides for a seamless installation without the use of mechanical fastening, as is required with sheet-good installed material. Many such applications have been successfully completed at major fuel, oil and chemical storage facilities. The polyurea systems used in these cases is specifically formulated to provide for a low cure shrinkage as applied over the unsupported geotextile membrane. Recent work in North America includes projects that are in the 300,000 to 450,000 [ft.sup.2] (28,000 to 42,000 [m.sup.2]) range. These large projects typically are completed within one month using application-trained installation crews.

With the resurgence of oil and gas exploration in the U.S., containment areas for the fractionation fluid are required at each drilling site. For this work, a designed containment area is prepared, metal...

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