By: Davies Hood, Induron President
As the president and owner of Induron Protective Coatings, I have been involved in expanding our sales and marketing efforts into international markets. In order to enlighten her students about real life international business development, Lenn Rainwater asked me to share my experiences with her class at Jacksonville State University’s School of Business and Industry. Continue reading Induron Visits Jacksonville State University’s School of Business and Industry
By: Davies Hood, Induron President
You’ve probably heard that we’re living in “unprecedented times,” and that overused phrase does NOT exclude the paint manufacturing industry.
“This is going to be the most challenging time in our professional career.”
If I’ve said that phrase once in the last month, I’ve said it a hundred times. Because supply chain disruptions are causing significant and immediate price increases as well as challenging, uncharted lead times, those of us in the chemical industry are facing unprecedented challenges due to these unknown and/or undefined constraints. Continue reading Enduring Supply Chain Challenges the Induron Way
How is paint manufacturing like baking a cake? While it seems like a silly question, baking a cake is a simple, and tasty, analogy to explain the paint manufacturing process. Induron President Davies Hood explains how the two processes are similar in this video. Continue reading How is Paint Manufacturing Like Baking a Cake?
By: Mitch Hungerpillar, Home owner and guest author
I live in a family home located in Crestwood North in Birmingham, Alabama that my wife’s grandparents built in the mid 1930’s. As the 3rd and 4th generation to live in the home, we have a particular passion about maintaining its original architectural integrity. Our home is a brick English Tudor style with a metal roof manufactured by U.S. Steel that carries a lifetime warranty. The only real maintenance for the roof is cleaning and painting it for curb appeal. Continue reading Restoring the Roof of the Miller-Hungerpiller Home
By: Andy Odorzynsk, Induron National Sales Manager
While cementitious epoxy mortars are a vital step in most concrete lining projects, the epoxy mortar products available are typically fraught with problems and application challenges. Continue reading 4 Problems with Existing Epoxy Mortars
By: Ben Rowland, Induron Protective Coatings Technical Service Director
Induron Coatings, an industrial pioneer of high-performance protective coatings for ductile iron sewer linings, water/wastewater treatment facilities and potable water storage, is broadening its offerings with an innovative approach to concrete repair. Continue reading Mortarchem: The Next Generation of Cementitious Epoxy Mortar
Last week, Induron was honored as a finalist in the Business Council of Alabama’s Small Business of the Year Awards. The Small Business of the Year awards highlight, recognize and showcase the best of the best in small businesses across our state. Continue reading Induron Honored as Small Business of the Year Finalist
Induron Protective Coatings is proud to announce that our Executive Vice President and General Manager, Jeff White, has been honored as a Veteran of Influence by the Birmingham Business Journal! Continue reading Jeff White Honored as a Veteran of Influence
By: Kassidy White, Induron Chemist, and Davies Hood, Induron President
Founded in 2015 with the goal of providing quality education in a Christian environment, Banks Academy is an accredited Private Christian High School in the East Lake area of Birmingham, Alabama.
Continue reading Induron Visits Banks Academy
By: Jeff White, Induron Executive Vice President & General Manager
Believe it or not, I just celebrated my 18th work anniversary at Induron Protective Coatings. As I reflect on my time with Induron, some firsts that come to mind… Continue reading Success Story: Village Creek 3MM Gallon Wash-Water Tank