HydraTech Engineered Products
HydraTech Engineered Products specializes in world-class coatings and sealing systems, for trenchless pipeline repair, waterline/vessel repair and reservoir waterproofing. Our broad history in the coating industry and the trenchless pipe rehabilitation market has afforded us a unique combination of experience and resources. HydraTech’s unique product line, quality technical and manufacturing services have made the company’s products a popular choice for many industries worldwide. HydraTech’s products are manufactured in the USA and have been designed, engineered and tested to provide reliable performance. All are appropriately certified and adhere to applicable standards and regulations.


10448 Chester Road
Cincinnati, OH 45215
United States
Phone: (513)827-9169
Fax: (513)827-9171

Product Categories

Storm Water Treatment Systems; Tank Linings; Pipe Repair/Rehab; Pipe, Expansion Joints; Pipeline Rehabilitation Products

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