Keyline Teams up with Concrete Canvas to Deliver Innovative Rail Sector Solution
Keyline has teamed up with Concrete Canvas to exclusively supply the companys flexible cement impregnated fabric solution that hardens when hydrated to the rail sector. This latest agreement further underlines Keylines commitment to supplying the latest and most innovative products and technology to meet the needs of contractors working in the industry to help reduce costs, minimise disruption and ultimately boost operational performance.
This award-winning product forms a hardened, waterproof concrete lining that is quicker and less expensive to install compared to conventional solutions. It can be rapidly unrolled to form an effective ditch or tank lining, which can conform to a range of profiles and curves without the need for specialist plant equipment. Furthermore, Concrete Canvas is a low mass, low carbon technology that uses up to 95 per cent less material than traditional options, helping to reduce both financial and environmental cost of many rail projects.
More Cost Effective and Efficient Solution
Will Crawford, Director of Concrete Canvas commented: Our solution allows construction projects to be completed in a more efficient, cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner when compared to conventional concrete solutions. Therefore, it is ideal for many rail infrastructure projects to help achieve significant cost, time and environmental benefits.
Richard Wade, Rail Sector Manager at Keyline said: We have the most comprehensive range of core and specialist products for the rail industry including extensive solutions for trackside, tunnelling and platforms. As a result, we are continuing to link up with industry-leading and like-minded businesses to provide the best and most innovative solutions available within the marketplace.
Concrete Canvas was recently recognised at the Railtex Awards that celebrate excellence amongst the exhibitors at the Railtex 2013 event. The company scooped the award in the innovation category, which commends the product development, service or operational initiative that represents a real and major innovation for the rail sector.