Over the past 25 years, lining/coating concrete has become more common, particularly in aggressive environments like wastewater applications. Concrete in these environments deteriorates at increasingly rapid rates. Prolonged wastewater detention times and environmental regulations have resulted in elevated H₂S concentrations as influent septicity has risen. Sulfuric acid (H₂SO₄), formed by a series of biological processes, attacks the portland cement paste causing the condition depicted below. Continue reading Everyone Wins with Mortarchem→
The number of aged galvanized towers around the world is large and budgets are tight. The utility owners face increasing pressure to substantially upgrade transmission lines using existing infrastructure. In such cases, the use of existing and often older towers makes economic and political sense.Continue reading Restoring Transmission Towers Around the World→
We’re excited to welcome Bob Maley to the Induron team! Bob works from Port St. Lucie, Florida to service the entire state of Florida. Bob brings more than 40 years of experience to his role at Induron from both the contracting and consulting sectors of industrial painting. He has been actively involved on projects spanning most, if not all markets including architectural, institutional, water-wastewater, bridges and tunnels, storage tanks, conventional power, and historical renovation. Continue reading Induron Welcomes Bob Maley to the Team→
Welcome to Rolla, Missouri, home of the University of Missouri Rolla Engineering School, situated halfway between St. Louis and the Springfield/Branson Area. This bustling community of 21,000 people sits just on the edge of the Ozark Mountain and is the doorway to some of the prettiest land and streams in the country.Continue reading Induron Makes a Big Splash in Pool Refurbishment→
Induron Protective Coatings recently had the privilege of working with both Wall Engineering and the city of Idabel, OK. For this project, the city needed to replace two existing potable water tanks with two new 500,000 gallon composite elevated tanks. Landmark Structures out of Fort Worth, Texas was awarded this project.
Recently, I was reminded of the ole’ saying “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” It’s not every day, or even anything that occurs on any sort of regular basis, but a few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to work all weekend. Continue reading Working on the Weekend→