Out of sight, out of mind. This can be true for surfaces that don’t often see the light of day and things you don’t use all year round, like swimming pools. In this example, we have a badly-corroded galvanized sheet metal that was behind a pool liner. Just because this surface was out of sight, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be protected with the proper coatings.
Induron’s Indurabrite Aluminum reminds me of “Neon” Deon Sanders from when he was a sports star for the Atlanta Falcons and the Braves. How could you forget the NFL’s “fastest and most noticeable” player of his era? Deon Sanders was a lock-down corner and punt-returner extraordinaire who beat his competition with speed. He then told them about it with his brash, loud antics.
Induron’s Indurabrite is similar in the fact that it is the “fastest” dry-fall coating that I have ever witnessed. It also has plenty of “BLING” like Deon Sanders since it shines so bright you need sunglasses to even look at a painted surface on a sunny day. Remember all of that gold jewelry… Continue reading Our Neon Deon Sanders Product: Indurabrite Aluminum→
By Jeff White, Executive VP & GM and Scott Pruitt, Customer Service Technician
Over the past couple of weeks as we’ve seen ice bucket challenge videos appearing on Facebook time and time again, each time it has reminded us of one of our own members of the Induron family, Steve Watts.
In a world that is controlled by budgets, needs often have to be prioritized and sometimes forgotten. Long-term corrosion needs of our nation’s infrastructure, such as water tanks, bridges, electrical transmission towers, power poles, waste water treatment plants and more are being ignored far too often. In this four-part series, we talk about why we think failing infrastructure should be at the top of the list and explore what we can do about it.
By Linc York
I recently read an article that stated that the federal government estimates it will cost more than $600 billion over the next 20 years to repair the water and sewer systems in the United States. My first thought was the enormity of the expected costs. Naturally, my second thought is that government estimates are predictably wrong and most often they are vastly underestimated. So what are we to do? Can these monies be spent wisely? Continue reading Ignoring Infrastructure: The Future is Here→