Chloe Hirst

Marketing Assistant, Belzona Polymerics Ltd

Chloe Hirst received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media and Communications specializing in Journalism from Goldsmiths College, University of London. As a member of the communications team at Belzona’s corporate office in Harrogate, she regularly writes technical articles and case studies featuring corrosion-resistant repair and protection systems for buildings, structures, machinery and equipment. Her work covers a range of different polymeric technologies, including pioneering new materials which provide long-term corrosion protection in underwater, wet, or oily surface conditions, as well as a new advanced composite wrapping technology that can restore strength to weakened or pitted metallic substrates without the need for hot work or lengthy downtime.

Articles by Chloe Hirst


Case Study: Large-scale Installation of Encapsulating Technology for Flange Protection Case Study: Large-scale Installation of Encapsulating Technology for Flange Protection Case Study: Large-scale Installation of Encapsulating Technology for Flange Protection Case Study: Large-scale Installation of Encapsulating Technology for Flange Protection


A case study highlights the use of a peelable, resealable membrane technology to protect more than 500 flanges from severe weathering and...

Novel In-situ Repair of Leaking Oil Tanks Solves Maintenance Dilemma Novel In-situ Repair of Leaking Oil Tanks Solves Maintenance Dilemma Novel In-situ Repair of Leaking Oil Tanks Solves Maintenance Dilemma Novel In-situ Repair of Leaking Oil Tanks Solves Maintenance Dilemma


A leaking oil storage tank at a UK-based oil supplier was effectively repaired using a new surface-tolerant epoxy system that allows...

How a Robust Composite Doubled the Life of FGD Pipework How a Robust Composite Doubled the Life of FGD Pipework How a Robust Composite Doubled the Life of FGD Pipework How a Robust Composite Doubled the Life of FGD Pipework


Pipework at a coal-fired power station in the UK was experiencing severe corrosion caused by abrasive limestone slurry. 12 corroded pipe...

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