By: Dr. Jeffrey Lackey, Induron Protective Coatings Technical Director
Benjamin Franklin once said, “Nothing is certain but death and taxes and regulatory changes.” Okay, you caught me. He didn’t really say anything about regulatory changes, but I’m pretty sure he would have if he had made that statement today. Continue reading Do You Know The Truth About the New NSF Water Tank Lining Standard?
Davies Hood, President and Owner of Induron Protective Coatings, recently discussed epoxy coatings, the advantages of ceramic epoxy coatings, how they’re manufactured, what applications utilities should use them for, and how the NSF 600 regulatory changes will impact the technology in an interview with Water and Wastes Digest. Continue reading What are Ceramic Epoxy Coatings?
We are thrilled to welcome Joey Thomas to the Induron family as our Business Development Manager with the goal of growing our position in the marketplace. Joey not only brings a go-getter, up-for-a-challenge work ethic, but also 19 years of experience in the water storage industry. Learn more about him in this Q&A: Continue reading Meet the Newest Member of the Induron Team: Joey Thomas
By: Bill Seawell, Induron Technical Service Manager
Water and wastewater treatment plants require a variety of industrial coatings due to their diverse service environments. From potable water immersion to aeration basins, each service requires a specialized coatings solution for corrosion protection. The goal of this treatment plant coatings blog series is to inform owners and engineers of the best questions to ask when communicating with contractors and paint manufacturers to determine an ideal engineering solution. Continue reading Dirty Jobs: A Guide to Treatment Plant Coatings (Part II)
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
Aging infrastructure is prevalent throughout the United States. In fact, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave America’s infrastructure a C- in its most recent Report Card. Yikes! This is a problem we cannot continue to ignore, and the recently passed $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill is a step in the right direction. Continue reading The Problem of the Aging Infrastructure
By: Tex Enoch, Induron Water Tank Manager
Throughout 2021, Induron had the opportunity to work with several different contractors to specify coatings systems for the restoration and repainting of potable water storage tanks of various sizes operated by AQUA America. Continue reading Protecting AQUA America’s Most Valuable Assets
The ceramic spheres that make up part of the pigment package in Induron’s ceramic epoxies pack a lot of power to add “magical” layers of protection for both steel and concrete substrates. Ceramic epoxies are a perfect solution for water, wastewater, and treatment plants. Continue reading The Magic of Ceramic Epoxies
By: Andy Odorzynski, Induron National Sales Manager
As trade shows attempt to get started again after the pandemic, many seem to be a shadow of their former selves. Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to join other industry professionals, in-person, at Technology Publishing Company’s fourth annual Contractor Connect event. Continue reading Relationship Building at Contractor Connect 2021
By: Kendall Smith, Induron Power Market Manager
Induron Protective Coatings is proud to announce an upcoming webinar with Marcus Evans (ME) regarding corrosion control and protective coatings for the electric utility industry, specifically the transmission and distribution (T&D) sector.
Join Davies Hood, president of Induron Coatings and two top-level executives of electric utilities as well as specialized coatings contractors, who actually do the work on Oct. 19 at 11 a.m. EST.
Continue reading Effective Methods to Maintain and Extend the Power Grid Lifecycle