By: Bill Seawell, Induron Technical Service Manager
Water and wastewater treatment plants require a variety of industrial coatings due to their diverse service environments. From potable water immersion to aeration basins, each service requires a specialized coatings solution for corrosion protection. The goal of this treatment plant coatings blog series is to inform owners and engineers of the best questions to ask when communicating with contractors and paint manufacturers to determine an ideal engineering solution. Continue reading Dirty Jobs: A Guide to Treatment Plant Coatings (Part II) →
By: Andy Odorzynski, Induron National Sales Manager
Did you know that one of the largest barriers to the safety, security, and reliability of the power grid in the United States has its roots in the regulation of the railroad industry following WWI? It’s true. The misapplication of laws designed 100 years ago, for another industry, seriously impacts on our infrastructure today. Continue reading Big News: Tower Coatings Programs Can Now Be Capitalized →
By: Paul Powers, Induron North Central Regional Manager
In 2018, Induron teamed with Texarkana Water Utilities (TWU) to develop specifications for their uncoated, aging settling basins. The basins were in critical need of refurbishment. After several inspections to assess the condition of the basins, and working within the regulations unique to the region, specifications were written for the rehabilitation of the structures.
Continue reading What Do you Get When High Performance Coatings and Quality Craftsmanship Meet to Take on Settling Basins? →