Category Archives: Project Spotlight

Project Spotlight: Magdalena River Crossing Transmission Towers

Did you know Induron sells to international markets? Our Latin American representative presented Induron with the opportunity to provide products for this particular project in the coastal Colombian city of Baranquilla. Continue reading Project Spotlight: Magdalena River Crossing Transmission Towers

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Ebond 100: The Solution for Rusty, Carbon Steel Structures

By: Kendall Smith, Induron Sales Representative

Twenty-five years ago, I lived near these high-voltage transmission poles in New Hampshire. Back then, they were not a pretty site to drive by. Without the proper coating, the poles were rusting, and OEM paint was peeling off them. Continue reading Ebond 100: The Solution for Rusty, Carbon Steel Structures

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Project Spotlight: 250K Elevated Water Storage Tank Reconditioning

By: Tom Wunderlin, Induron Sales Representative

After 25 years of service, Maryland Environmental Service’s 250K Elevated Hospital-Front Water Storage Tank located in Crownsville, Maryland was due for reconditioning.  Fortunately, the project posed no real or extraordinary challenges, according to the owner, consulting engineer, inspector and contractor. Continue reading Project Spotlight: 250K Elevated Water Storage Tank Reconditioning

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Top Projects of 2018

As 2018 comes to an end, Induron is excited to unveil its top 5 projects of the year! We have had the opportunity and pleasure of working with customers and contractors across the nation to complete various projects from water tank rehabs to floor coatings. Learn more about each project below! Continue reading Top Projects of 2018

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Cost vs. Price in Selection of a Floor Coating

By: Ron Bouthillier, Induron Sales Representative

In an age where most things are driven by price, often the cost is not factored in. Price is the dollar amount that you pay for a product or service. While the cost may include the price, cost includes value, effort, material, incurred risk and the delivery of goods. Continue reading Cost vs. Price in Selection of a Floor Coating

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Project Spotlight: Utilities Inc. Flooring & Pipe Coatings Application

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

As many of us have seen over the years in many markets, the Utilities Inc. maintenance team has relied on hardware, big box stores and commercial paint stores for their maintenance painting needs. These guys are hard-working people that carry a huge burden of keeping the community supplied with water. Consequently, painting becomes a “necessary evil.” However, after a short period of time, they realized that their current practices in maintenance painting were not producing results. Continue reading Project Spotlight: Utilities Inc. Flooring & Pipe Coatings Application

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How to Solve Your Aggressive, Asset-Destroying Issues

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative & N.A.C.E. Certified Coatings Inspector III #5643

As an advocate of resourcing and soliciting partnerships with specialty coatings companies, I enjoy working on projects that employ the “best of the best” to solve clients’ asset-destroying issues. At Induron, we partner with some of the most-specialized and leading companies in the industry. These strategic partnerships not only enhance our coatings offerings, but also enable us to address plant maintenance issues upfront and directly and, ultimately, emerge as the single-source solution for our customers. Continue reading How to Solve Your Aggressive, Asset-Destroying Issues

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Georgia Power Concrete Poles: Not Your Usual Specification

By: Kendall Smith, Induron Power Market Manager

Usually, the coatings specifications for T&D structures are predictable. For example, in North America, weathered galvanized, high-voltage, electric transmission poles, towers and substation structures are often protected with sealers and coatings that are surface-tolerant, low stress on aged coatings, easy-to-apply, high-solids, high-build, and proven to protect for 20-25 years in one or two coats. Continue reading Georgia Power Concrete Poles: Not Your Usual Specification

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Fire Hydrant Refurbishment: Let’s Get Creative!

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

Recently, one of Induron’s larger water company customers used our products on a fire hydrant refurbishment project. Once the project was underway, I received a request that peaked my curiosity. The customer requested some very bright, dynamic colors in small quantities for a special part of the project. Fortunately, Indurlux 7600 can be made in just about any color, so we were able to provide the colors needed for the project.

 

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Project Spotlight: South Elevated Storage Tank

By: Dick Belliveau, Induron Sales Representative

The South Elevated Storage tank is a one-million-gallon elevated water tank owned by the City of Port Huron in Michigan. After years of use, the water tank was beginning to show signs of deterioration and rusting. This tank refurbishment project needed products that could be applied successfully to its previously-painted alkyd aluminum coating. Fortunately, two Induron products were specified to get the job done. Continue reading Project Spotlight: South Elevated Storage Tank

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