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Success Story: Formoso, KS Cone-Top Tank

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

Formoso, KS Tank The right coatings and an experienced applicator brought an old-style “Cone – Top Tank” located in Formoso, Kansas out of the past and into the future! Continue reading Success Story: Formoso, KS Cone-Top Tank

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Induron Makes a Big Splash in Pool Refurbishment

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

Pool RefurbishmentWelcome 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

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Exceeding Expectations: A 10-year Case History of Aquanaut II High Performance Acrylic

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

In the summer of 2009, Bazan Painting Co. and Induron Protective Coatings teamed up to paint the 200-foot-tall Italgrani Flour Mill Elevator located on the Mississippi River in St. Louis Missouri. Continue reading Exceeding Expectations: A 10-year Case History of Aquanaut II High Performance Acrylic

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A “Feel Good” Story Worth Telling

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

St. Louis isn’t without its memorable sports events—a few trips to the Super Bowl and 11 World Series wins. After all, it’s considered a quintessential baseball town by many. But, our “diamond in the rough” sport, Blues Hockey and their recent championship, is the focus of this story! Continue reading A “Feel Good” Story Worth Telling

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The Induron Difference: Selling Innovative Technology

At Induron, we strive to manufacture and provide innovative technology to solve problems for our customers. Sometimes that means producing a new product for a specific need in the marketplace, and other times our sales representatives offer expertise and guidance on which of our existing products are best for the project at hand. Plus, the confidence in Induron’s Quality Control team empowers the sales team to sell these products with confidence. Continue reading The Induron Difference: Selling Innovative Technology

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Indurlux 9400: An Epoxy PolySiloxane Coating

By: Paul Powers & Tom Wunderlin, Induron Sales Representatives

Polysiloxane coatings were first patented in the 1980s and became commercially available in the 1990s. Since then, their use has been expanded into storage tanks, offshore and bridges with overall favorable results. After evaluating the advancements and improvements in this technology, Induron announced the launch of Indurlux 9400, a high-solids, two-component epoxy siloxane with the corrosion-protective properties of an epoxy and the color and gloss retention of a polyurethane. Continue reading Indurlux 9400: An Epoxy PolySiloxane Coating

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Project Spotlight: Utilities Inc. Flooring & Pipe Coatings Application

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

As many of us have seen over the years in many markets, the Utilities Inc. maintenance team has relied on hardware, big box stores and commercial paint stores for their maintenance painting needs. These guys are hard-working people that carry a huge burden of keeping the community supplied with water. Consequently, painting becomes a “necessary evil.” However, after a short period of time, they realized that their current practices in maintenance painting were not producing results. Continue reading Project Spotlight: Utilities Inc. Flooring & Pipe Coatings Application

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How to Solve Your Aggressive, Asset-Destroying Issues

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative & N.A.C.E. Certified Coatings Inspector III #5643

As an advocate of resourcing and soliciting partnerships with specialty coatings companies, I enjoy working on projects that employ the “best of the best” to solve clients’ asset-destroying issues. At Induron, we partner with some of the most-specialized and leading companies in the industry. These strategic partnerships not only enhance our coatings offerings, but also enable us to address plant maintenance issues upfront and directly and, ultimately, emerge as the single-source solution for our customers. Continue reading How to Solve Your Aggressive, Asset-Destroying Issues

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Fire Hydrant Refurbishment: Let’s Get Creative!

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

Recently, one of Induron’s larger water company customers used our products on a fire hydrant refurbishment project. Once the project was underway, I received a request that peaked my curiosity. The customer requested some very bright, dynamic colors in small quantities for a special part of the project. Fortunately, Indurlux 7600 can be made in just about any color, so we were able to provide the colors needed for the project.

 

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Induron’s Unwritten Rules

By: Paul Powers, Induron Sales Representative

Doug Granville’s recent article, Baseball’s Unwritten Rules, explores how our national pastime governs itself in matters like etiquette, respect, character and values that you won’t find in the rule books. He applies it to some life lessons, as well. Continue reading Induron’s Unwritten Rules

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