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Bridge's new coat

Materials In Brief

A SPECIALIST coating manufactured by Bolton firm Leigh's Paints has been used to refurbish the 200-year-old Culford Lake iron bridge in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Subbie Alocit systems, working for main contractor Jackson, blast-cleaned the bridge before applying the Resistex coating system.