In the U.S., we know the importance of clean, available drinking water. Many charitable organizations and churches have a mission to provide easily accessible potable water in developing countries. Continue reading Water Infrastructure Needs
Monthly Archives: August 2013
Induron Goes Through Good Times and Expands
By David Hood, Induron President
In 1981, this company (then known as Indurall Coatings, Inc.) was still suffering from the economic gyrations caused by massive inflation. We sold off a building and land to raise cash. I know this because I did it.
In 2012, we bought it back for twice the price. Continue reading Induron Goes Through Good Times and Expands
The Perfect Product: Penetrating Primer/Sealer Epoxy
By Tex Enoch
If there is such a thing as a “perfect” product this is it.
If an exterior structure is to be over-coated, it first must be stabilized. The integrity of the existing coating system must be verified so that its ability to accept an overcoat system is confirmed. Continue reading The Perfect Product: Penetrating Primer/Sealer Epoxy
How to Specify a Penetrating Sealer
By Kendall Smith, Induron Sales Rep
Since the concept of protecting high-voltage electric transmission towers and poles with protective coatings began (in the early part of the last century), medium to long-oil alkyd primers have been used to spot-prime the more corroded areas and also to overcoat old aged coatings. Continue reading How to Specify a Penetrating Sealer