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Sky-High Rehab

No longer do painters — or in this case spray polyurethane foam (SPF) and intumescent coating crews — have to work nearly upside down on scaffolds. Now, they’re able to use lifts that are not only easier to move but offer a safe option.

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Proper Parking Structure Maintenance: Catching Problems Early

Vehicles regularly entering parking garages leave water, oil, and other muck behind, not to mention salt and de-icers tracked in during the winter months that can corrode the structure’s concrete and steel support system.

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CoatingsPro's Greatest Hits: Anti-Slip Deck Coatings

Anti-slip deck coatings or the Navy’s terminology, “non-skid coatings,” are constantly undergoing testing by Navy Research Labs (NRL) and the Navy’s Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) 05 departments with constant input and changes to standard items.

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Coatings Crew Hits Goal at Everton

The stadium has experienced ample wear and tear over its 125 year history, considering that more than 20 home matches each season are played there.

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Recoated Ferry Freed by Shipyard

As a scope, blasting and coating a car and passenger ferry might not sound like a challenging endeavor. But for Puglia Engineering, doing business as Fairhaven Shipyard with an 80- to 200-person yard, the details of the M/V Kaleetan project were complex.

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Revised Coating and Lining Application Specialist Training and Certification Standard

If you are a stakeholder in the protective coatings and linings industry, for example a coatings installer in transportation infrastructure, oil and gas, the military, etc., you need a copy of the 2016 revised NACE No. 13/Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC) Applicator Certification Standard (ACS) 1: “Industrial Coating and Lining Application Specialist Qualification and Certification.”