Monthly Archives: July 2017

A Letter from Linc

By: Linc York, Induron Sales Representative

March 2, 2009 was my first day on the job for Induron Protective Coatings. Little did I know just how good it would be to be a part of the Induron team. Of my 46-year career, my time with Induron has been the most enjoyable and professionally satisfying. Continue reading A Letter from Linc

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Induron’s E-Bond 100 Penetrating Primer: So Much More Than Just a Primer

By: Linc York, Induron Sales Representative

Induron’s E-Bond 100 Penetrating Sealer is a very low viscosity, two-component epoxy specially formulated to penetrate and seal concrete, masonry, rusted steel and most chalky coatings. It is available in amber clear and non-opaque off-white. When used as recommended, it is 100% solids, zero VOC, and will not shrink or entrap solvent upon curing.  Continue reading Induron’s E-Bond 100 Penetrating Primer: So Much More Than Just a Primer

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Induron Launches New Epoxy Siloxane Finish Coat

Induron is thrilled to announce the launch of our newest product, Indurlux 9400, a new high-solids, two-component epoxy siloxane. This isocyanate-free, high-gloss finish coat has the corrosion-protective properties of an epoxy and the color and gloss retention of a polyurethane. Continue reading Induron Launches New Epoxy Siloxane Finish Coat

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Protective Coatings in Canada, Eh? (Part Two)

By: Ron Bouthillier, Induron Sales Representative

As discussed in my previous blog, Canada faces many challenges in the protective coatings sector that directly affect many different companies. For example, Potash Corp is headquartered in the province of Saskatchewan. Potash mining is a serious venue in Saskatchewan and a lot of equipment is used in the extraction and processing of Potash. Corrosion along with erosion is prevalent in this industry, and the damage that can be done is extensive and expensive.  Likewise, in the community of Trail, British Columbia, Teck Cominco smelters lead and zinc. This is another very corrosive environment that can see a concrete floor destroyed in a short period of time due to the acids used in processes. Continue reading Protective Coatings in Canada, Eh? (Part Two)

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