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Induron Attends ACE 2019

By: Tex Enoch, Induron Water Tank Market Manager

I believe this is the 40th AWWA Annual Convention that I have attended and my 12th as an Induron representative.  It is also the first conference in 25 years that I have no committee responsibilities.  My colleague, Andy Odorzinski has replaced me on the D101 and 102 committees Continue reading Induron Attends ACE 2019

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Induron Water Tank Market Manager Interviewed for ACE 2018

ACE, the International Conference for Water, which is administered by the American Water Works Association (AWWA), promotes all phases of the water industry and its infrastructure.  It is dedicated to advancing innovation and technological excellence in supplying safe drinking water to all of humanity.  Tex Enoch was honored to be asked to do an interview about Induron and its role in this industry. Continue reading Induron Water Tank Market Manager Interviewed for ACE 2018

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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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Why We Love the ACE AWWA Convention

By Tex Enoch, Induron Sales Rep

The first of many annual ACE American Water Works Association (AWWA) Conventions occurred for me over 30 years ago. It was held in San Francisco.  Although I worked at the time for a small, very regional, paint manufacturing company, Pennsbury Coatings, it was decided that I should participate in that meeting.

This decision was made because our largest customer, The Philadelphia Suburban Water Company, was sending a large group of conventioneers, and I was tasked to make sure they remembered our special relationship. Continue reading Why We Love the ACE AWWA Convention

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Success at AWWA National Meeting

By Tex Enoch

Oftentimes, national conventions are dominated by large companies who have the money and manpower to overwhelm attendees with ostentatious displays and aisle space.  Smaller companies must be much more selective in their approach.  Because their budgets are much smaller, their focus must be on careful planning and targeted customer selection.  Continue reading Success at AWWA National Meeting

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30 Years of AWWA ACE Conventions

By Tex Enoch, Induron Sales Rep

The first of many American Water Works Association (AWWA) Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE) Conventions occurred for me over 30 years ago in San Francisco.

Although I worked for a small, very regional, paint manufacturing company, Pennsbury Coatings, it was decided that I should participate in that meeting. Continue reading 30 Years of AWWA ACE Conventions

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The future is uncertain, but we know we’ll all be thirsty!

Here’s a terrific article in Water World magazine on our nation’s water infrastructure.  And it’s got me thinking…

As our nation tries to pull itself out of “the worst economy since the Great Depression” in the midst of spiraling national debt that I believe will eventually cripple us, the AWWA (American Water Works Association) seems to have come up with a long-term solution that will help our economy.  Continue reading The future is uncertain, but we know we’ll all be thirsty!

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