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Whiteadder Bridge crosses the River Whiteadder at Canty's Brig, near Paxton and has recently undergone £400,000 repair work to secure it against corrosion caused by road salt and the ravages of the weather.

In particular, the bridge supports made of reinforced concrete had deteriorated and the piers were beginning to split due to the effects of rusting.

With actions to repair the damage carried out, the bridge has been coated with Chem-Crete PAVIX CCC 100 in order prevent further corrosion for the foreseeable future.

Chem-Crete PAVIX CCC100 is a unique water-based product for permanent protection of concrete structures and other porous substrates against temperature and moisture associated problems, such as damage caused by freeze-thaw cycles and chloride ion penetration.

It keeps treated concrete reasonably dry, thus eliminates all water and moisture related deterioration.

Chem-Crete PAVIX CCC100 is designed especially to protect highway bridges, car parks, buildings and costal structures.

For more information about Chem-Crete PAVIX CCC100 please click here