Induron’s PermaClean 100 Ceramic Epoxy: Protecting the Top Water/Utility Systems in the U.S.

By: Ben Rowland, Induron Sales Representative

In its January 2016 issue, Water and Wastes Digest featured Induron’s premium 100% Solids Ceramic Epoxy, PermaClean 100. Specifically, the article highlighted the use of this high-build, NSF Approved Ceramic Epoxy as the standardized potable water tank liner for the Aqua Pennsylvania system, which is one of the leading water suppliers in the United States. The publication  was so impressed by the reference photo we provided for the product that they chose to use as the issue’s cover photo.  

The acclaimed photo was taken at the Blue Springs 5 Million-Gallon water storage tank in Huntsville, Alabama. This tank is one of more than 30 large tanks owned by Huntsville Utilities. Like Aqua Pennsylvania, Huntsville Utilities prides itself on being one of the most competent and progressive utility systems around. Also like Aqua Pennsylvania, Huntsville Utilities has specified PermaClean 100 Ceramic Epoxy as its standardized potable water tank lining for more than five years now. Over the years, multiple large tanks within the system have been successfully coated with this product.

To acknowledge the continued success between Huntsville Utilities and Induron Coatings in protecting these assets, Induron President Davies Hood presented Huntsville Utilities’ CEO Jay Stowe with a plaque of the publication’s cover photo.

Induron is proud to have worked with Aqua Pennslyvania and Huntsville Utilties, and we hope PermaClean 100 continues to positively impact the water and wastewater industry.


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