Category Archives: Wastewater Industry

Protect Your Assets with Fast Prime 2 & Indurethane Monarch

By: Ron Bouthillier, Induron Sales Representative

A study cited by insulation company John Mansville in 2016 tells us that corrosion now exceeds 1.1 trillion dollars in the U.S each year. This staggering number should catch the attention of both equipment owners and manufacturers. Protecting assets from corrosion will increase the longevity and functionality of an asset, which ultimately impacts a company’s profitability. Continue reading Protect Your Assets with Fast Prime 2 & Indurethane Monarch

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Meet the Newest Member of the Induron Team: Jeff Rog

We’re excited to welcome Jeff Rog to the Induron team! Jeff will be promoting and selling Induron’s product line to engineers, owners and contractors in the Ohio and Michigan water tank and treatment markets. His passion for the industry and making a difference make him a great addition to the Induron team. To learn a little more about Jeff, check out this Q&A. Continue reading Meet the Newest Member of the Induron Team: Jeff Rog

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10 Years with Induron

By: Tex Enoch, Induron Sales Representative

It was November 2007, and for the first time in my life, I was unemployed.  I grew up in the protective coatings industry.  I joined Pennsbury Coatings in 1969 working as a salesperson for my father who started the company 4 years earlier.  Fifteen years later, I became the president of Pennsbury, which at the time remained a small, regional coatings manufacturing company specializing in coatings for the water and wastewater industries with a unique emphasis on the protection of water storage tanks. Continue reading 10 Years with Induron

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Seeking Standardization in Coating Specifications for Wastewater Projects

By: Andy Odorzynski, Induron Sales Representative

This article was originally published in the September 2017 issue of the Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings.

As a technical sales representative for a paint manufacturing firm, I have the opportunity to work with specifying engineers and facility owners of projects spanning many different industries. Few industries present the same level of challenges in coatings specification development that one encounters in the wastewater marketplace. Outside of a few firms with industry expertise, specifying engineers tend to rely entirely on paint manufacturers to select coatings for their wastewater specifications. This has created an environment where specifications vary wildly. This article will discuss how we as coatings professionals can better support the specifying engineers with whom we work to bring about some consistency and guidance to the development of wastewater specifications. Continue reading Seeking Standardization in Coating Specifications for Wastewater Projects

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Palmyra Tank Refurbishments

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

The city of Palmyra, Missouri, which is located two hours north of St. Louis, was platted in 1819 and is home to nearly 4,000 residences. With many buildings and homes listed in the historical  registry, Palmyra is rich with Civil War and Pony Express history. In fact, in 1827, the town became the Marion County Seat, which established it as the oldest postal stop in Missouri that is still in operation today. Induron is fortunate to have worked with the city to refurbish three water tanks. Continue reading Palmyra Tank Refurbishments

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Today’s Technologies: Waukee Water Tower Project

By: Kent Keuhl, Induron Sales Representative

In today’s ever-changing world in the technologies marketplace, the use of pictures and videos for promotion of a company has transformed dramatically over the years.  At one time, a single photo told the story of a particular project or event.  The branding of a company was as simple as a go-to product that differentiates itself in the market.  For example, Induron’s ceramic modified epoxy coatings are unique to the coatings industry and differentiate our company.  Continue reading Today’s Technologies: Waukee Water Tower Project

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Pittsburgh Area Water Tank Repaint: Getting Business Done the Old-Fashioned Way

By: George Shannon, Induron Sales Representative

In this fast-paced world of information overload on the internet, everybody is looking for instant answers, new technology, and conducting business without the relationship between vendors, owners, and contractors. Interested in a new product with the latest technology? Look it up on the internet. Download the information and write the specification. No sales person necessary. Need someone in the region to apply the technology? Put out a spec and invite bidders without pedigree. Continue reading Pittsburgh Area Water Tank Repaint: Getting Business Done the Old-Fashioned Way

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Induron Salesman Shares Insight with WaterTalk

Induron Water Tank Market Manager, Tex Enoch, began working in the paint manufacturing and coatings industry in 1969. Since then, he has witnessed countless changes in the coatings that protect steel water tanks. At this year’s ACE conference, Tex shared some of his industry insights on WaterTalk radio. Continue reading Induron Salesman Shares Insight with WaterTalk

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Induron’s Ceramic Epoxies Withstand the Test of Time

By: Linc York, Induron Sales Representative

We’ve all heard that doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity. For decades, the popular way to protect structures immersed in or subject to aggressive environments has been to apply three coats of a “high build” epoxy at approximately 15 mils. This approach works adequately, but could there be a better, less-costly way to achieve superior results? What if you could provide enhanced corrosion resistance for less cost while saving time and applying fewer coats to achieve a higher dry film thickness? Continue reading Induron’s Ceramic Epoxies Withstand the Test of Time

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Induron and ACE 2017

By: Tex Enoch, Water Tank Market Manager

With less than a month before the commencement of the National Water Works Annual Convention in Philadelphia, Induron is galvanizing its resources to make it a memorable meeting internally and for our customers from around the country.  ACE 2017 offers a small company like Induron, the opportunity to corporately thank our customers that lie outside the normal limits of our local base of operations. Continue reading Induron and ACE 2017

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