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Take me to your Leader (in corrosion control)

By Kendall Smith, Induron Sales Rep

Marvin the Martian

Did you ever notice that when the future is portrayed in movies (especially in dystopian sci-fi movies), nothing gets properly maintained? There are no corrosion consultants specifying abrasive blasting, containments, chloride removal, 3-coat coating systems, spray application, etc?

Perhaps in the future there will be limited budgets for all the elements of a successful coatings job that people have come to believe are necessary. However, those elements are not always needed for a great coatings project.

So what would I recommend to a post-Armageddon society to keep rust at bay while keeping inter-galactic costs low? Induron’s Induraguard 9200 and E-Bond! Continue reading Take me to your Leader (in corrosion control)

Induron has coatings for the T&D industry

Induron Protective Coatings has developed an extremely cost effective way to protect one of the USA’s most important assets; the electrical transmission grid that carries electrical energy from our power plants (both old and new) to our homes and businesses. Many of the old lattice-type transmission towers were hot-dipped galvanized and erected decades ago; Continue reading Induron has coatings for the T&D industry