The news of our newest product is spreading quickly! AquaClean, our NSF Standard 61-approved potable water epoxy, was recently featured on AdhesivesMag.com, PaintSquare.com and in CoatingsPro magazine’s September Issue.
AquaClean was the result of Induron’s desire to stay competitive and “build a better mousetrap.” AdhesivesMag.com quoted Induron President Davies Hood: “At Induron, we work hard to stay competitive and ahead of the curve when evolving new products, and we are excited about our newest creation, AquaClean. We worked long and hard with our chemists and embarked on trial application sessions and numerous time-consuming performance tests, but we achieved great results and can now bring it to market.”
To develop AquaClean, we turned to the technology of one of our existing products, Perma-Clean II Epoxy, and made it suitable for potable water immersion. PaintSquare.com shared the product’s application capabilities: “AquaClean is a two-component, high-solids, self-priming epoxy made for use on steel, ductile iron or concrete surfaces exposed to potable or process water, or aggressive industrial environments. It can be applied via brush, roller, or conventional or airless spray.”
CoatingsPro Magazine reported on the overall value of AquaClean: “The user-friendly nature of AquaClean, combined with its proven performance, aesthetically pleasing performance, and now its ability to be used in potable immersion service, make it an ideal choice for painters.”
Induron is honored that the launch of AquaClean caught the attention of these industry publications and excited to see the impact AquaClean has on the industry.