Induron (once Indurall) began as a general paint maker. Today, in our 75th year of business, we know our niche. By becoming experts in not only the products we manufacture but also the markets our customers serve, we have become a highly-competitive, technically-sophisticated specialty coatings manufacturer. Continue reading Know Your Niche: Induron’s Davies Hood Looks to the Future
Induron’s Ceramaprime brings performance to the marketplace that requires coatings contractors to rethink their priming options. Whether you are using MCU zinc primers, one-coat DTM technology, or other epoxy primer options, Ceramaprime delivers increased throughput, the elimination of isocyanate, and the performance of ceramic epoxy technology, which often results in cost savings. Continue reading Rethink Your Primer: The Benefits of Ceramic Epoxy
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. Continue reading Have you Seen AquaClean in the News Lately?
Don’t we all want to get the best value for anything we purchase? Whether it’s a big expense like a new vehicle, or something as small as a haircut to make us look our best (I unfortunately don’t have much use for that service), we all want to get value in everything we buy.
So what determines the “best value” for a coatings project? At Induron, our mission statement is “Reliable Protection Through Innovative Coatings.” We believe we are the best value provider for coatings in our markets.
I think it goes without saying – in our focus markets, we wouldn’t even be in the game if we didn’t provide the highest quality products at competitive prices.
So how do we differentiate ourselves? With the experience and knowledge of our people.
More than 70 percent of our sales force has invested in obtaining a NACE Coatings Inspector Certification. Add to that the fact that our sales team has an average of 20+ years in the coatings industry, and you realize that they are a great resource for engineers and owners trying to protect their assets from corrosion. Continue reading What does “value” mean to you?
Man, my head is spinning. Just as we all think we’ve figured out how to read an MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet), the game is about to change.
In 1983, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released its Hazard Communication (HazCom) regulation, which required an MSDS for every potentially hazardous material. It is now a generally accepted practice that MSDSs are reviewed and on-site as a part of every job. And we in the coatings industry and many other industries are better for it. Continue reading Safety Documentation Goes Global