Sheremetyevo currently comprises six terminals and handles over 40 million passengers every year. In an ongoing effort to cope with the growing passenger flow, Sheremetyevo continues to upgrade the passenger and cargo terminals. Given the current passenger volume, special attention is paid to the airport’s security systems. Recently, a large-scale renovation and expansion of the airport’s concrete water storage tanks – used for fire-fighting purposes – was completed.
The local Penetron team treated the airport’s tanks with a topical application of PENETRON, an integral crystalline waterproofing material. Applied by brush or spray to either side of the concrete structure, it penetrates deeply into the concrete in the presence of moisture.
November 12, 2019
Moscow’s Busiest Airport Taps Penetron to Waterproof Fire-Fighting System
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