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 where Dewatering Polymer Compositions were used.
International club "Authority".
All unique technics, presented in the museum, is protected against corrosion by the polymer composition "Liquid Locker."

The museum was founded in the city of St. Petersburg in August 2012 according to the personal initiative of Russian collector Vladimir Garnin and based upon his private collection. All cars have been carefully restored with the effort of the restorers and museum staff. Almost all the exhibits are
operational: they participate in exhibitions, festivals of retro engineering and parades, held in St. Petersburg, and take part in the shooting of historical films.
Cars and motorcycles belonging to the period of the Second World War (WWII) take part in the military-historical reconstruction of different levels. In order to protect the unique exhibits from the effects of corrosion and accidental damage all vulnerable elements of retro equipment have been treated with the Polymer Dewatering Composition "Liquid Locker."

Museum staff has a unique experience in the field of authentic restoration, preservation and conservation of historical cars. For this purpose, they use both old and modern technologies.
“The Club of Youth Creativity” is organized in the museum. In this club teenagers can learn how to create things with their own hands. They can also learn the technique and study the live history. Members of the youth club also become the full members of the International Club "Authority".

BOLSHEOKHTINSKY BRIDGE (Bridge of Emperor Peter the Great).
Vehicle and footbridge across the Neva River; St. Petersburg, Russia.

One of the most beautiful drawbridges of the world; it is the unofficial symbol of St. Petersburg.
Unique metal constructions and mechanisms of the bridge are protected from corrosion by the Dewatering Polymer Composition "Liquid Locker."

"Bridge of Emperor Peter the Great" was built in 1909-1911 years. It has connected the center of St. Petersburg with the industrial suburb of Ohta.
Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge, as well as the Eiffel Tower, is constructed of riveted metal structures, which are connected by more than a million of rivets. This bridge is 335 meters long; width - 23.5 m, weight of steel structures - 8920 tons. For comparison: Eiffel Tower has a height of 324 meters (with the antenna on its top); the weight of metal structures - 7300 tons.

Contemporaries called the new bridge crossing bulky and ugly; criticized it at the same way as the Parisians - the Eiffel Tower. Nowadays the Eiffel Tower is the symbol of France and the Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world.
The St. Petersburg State Unitary Enterprise "Mostotrest" is monitoring the preservation of this unique engineering structure. SUE “Mostotrest” is one of the oldest technical operating companies in Russia. Specialists of the company carry out the maintenance and repair of the bridge, ensure the safety of traffic and pedestrians, make the bridge wiring and the conditions for seamless navigation.

In order to protect the unique constructions and mechanisms of the bridge from corrosion and aggressive action of anti-icing reagents, all hidden cavities, mechanical parts and bearing elements are protected by the Dewatering Polymer Composition "Liquid Locker."

Historical Shipyard; St. Petersburg, Russia.

The "Poltava" project is an authentic reconstruction of the first large Russian Navy ship, which was constructed in the St. Petersburg Admiralty.

This project is implemented by the Yacht Club of St. Petersburg at the initiative of the Alexey Miller the Chairman of the Board of Directors of OJSC "Gazprom".

Unique constructive elements of the historic wooden ship are protected from moisture and rotting by the Dewatering Polymer Composition "Liquid Bitumen Paper."

The idea of the reconstruction of the 54-gun battleship "Poltava" was proposed in 2012. In summer of 2013, after carrying out scientific research and engineering justification of the project, it was officially announced about the beginning of the construction. Wooden sailing battleship tonnage is approximately 1100 -1200 tons.

Shipyard that builds the "Poltava" is the modern complex of plants equipped with high-tech manufacturing equipment. In addition, this shipyard includes a number of specialized workshops, where authentically ship building technologies of the beginning of XVIII century are used. Shipyard specialists possess a unique experience in the field of construction, restoration and conservation of wooden sailing ships and apply both old and the most modern technology.

In order to protect the unique ship-museum against the damaging effects of moisture and rotting, all her constructive elements are treated by the Dewatering Polymer Composition "Liquid Bitumen Paper."

Battleship "Poltava" will become the main exhibit of the large museum, scientific, cultural and research complex, as well as the educational center for study of maritime history; special attention will be paid to the revealing of youth and children interest to the sea and navy traditions.

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