Tel Aviv, Israel
Ben Gurion International Airport, the busiest international airport in Israel, required a stormwater drainage system for the new runway expansion in September of 2000. This stormwater drainage system was needed to catch harmful run-off from the runway, such as jet fuel and deicers mixed with the stormwater. Therefore the project required a watertight system that could contain contaminated stormwater.
When maintaining a stormwater system that contains harmful contaminants, special sealing products are required. In this case, CS-440 and CS-231 were used to maintain a watertight system. CS-440 provides a sealant that is resistant to harmful aviation chemicals, and CS-231 is a hydrophilic waterstop with self-healing properties to maintain the watertight requirement.
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