Protect essential utility assets from degradation, flooding and pollution


Prolonging the life of key assets, such as sub-stations, and protecting said assets from pollution, flood water and general degradation, will cut costs, reducing the need for replacements, while mitigating against spill or flooding emergencies.

Adler and Allan’s protective coatings and linings are some of the toughest, most durable products of this type on the market. Suitable for bunds, pipelines, roofs, tanks – practically any internal or external surface – they are already widely used by many electrical utilities and power generation companies.

We’ll be showcasing our protective coatings and linings at Utility Week Live at Birmingham NEC from the 21st – 23rd April. During the show, the Adler and Allan team is hosting a series of free advisory surgeries on stand D16, covering protective coatings and linings as well as flood mitigation, emergency response and pollution protection for water utilities. To register for Utility Week Live, click here.

Spray Lining – Polyurea Coating
Spray lining is an effective way of preventing deterioration and extending the life of a range of structures, forming a waterproof and chemical barrier. This coating can be used in conjunction with our modular flood defence system, JBAR, to provide superior flood (and spill) protection.

Spray Lining benefits:

  • Safe to use in confined spaces
  • Quick to apply to almost any substrate
  • Eco-friendly – low or no solvents or VOC’s
  • Extremely fast setting, creating a useable surface within 24 hours
  • Extends the life of products
  • Withstands a wide range of temperatures, expansion and contraction

For more information about Adler and Allan’s protective coatings and lining, click here.


… thank you both for the very speedy response to my request for assistance with our test pit problem. Your assistance was very much appreciated.
Oil States Heartlands
The prompt response was really good. The lads on each occasion worked really well and did an excellent job.
Environment Agency
I would like to extend my thanks and sincere pride in what your teams have achieved...working in adverse weather, times and pressure. For this I commend your resilience.