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JPCL August 2007

 
JPCL August 2007

In This Issue...


Effective Contract Administration: Contract Expectations:

by Joseph Brandon and Michael Damiano

In the second article in their series on quality, the authors describe appropriate expectations that facility owners should have for contractors certified to a quality management system.


From New Construction through Plant Operation: An Overview of Protecting Chemical Plants

by Luke Clarke

This article illustrates the main types of corrosion found on the exterior surfaces of chemical plants, and it discusses coating selection for carbon steel from the perspectives of new construction as well as maintenance.


Lining Secondary Containment: It’s in the Details

by Technology Publishing

Sometimes it’s the details that make the big things work—such as grinding key-in termination details all around a new secondary containment pad and applying the lining in the evening.


News: Associations - PRA Issues Call for Papers,Will Hold Networking Event

by Technology Publishing

The Paint Research Association (PRA; Middlesex, UK) has invited all interested parties to submit papers for presentation at the 2nd International Waterborne & High Solids Coatings Conference, to be held at the Royal Crown Hotel, Brussels, March 11–12, 2008.


News: Companies - Industry Vets Form Surface Prep Equipment Company

by Technology Publishing

Nancy Donahue Pescinski, Chris McNamara, and Mike Hogue have formed a new company, Rapid Prep LLC, a full-service provider of industrial equipment for the surface preparation markets. These services include sales, rental, start up, and spare parts. The primary markets Rapid Prep serves are marine, concrete, offshore, bridge, and the power industry. The company was formed on September 1, 2006.


News: Products - Lightweight Spray Gun Handles High-Pressure Applications

by Technology Publishing

Graco Inc. (Minneapolis, MN) has introduced a lightweight airless spray gun, the XTR-5, that the company says is designed specifically for highpressure applications—handling extreme pressures up to 5,000 psi (345 bar) and spraying a range of materials.


Problem Solving Forum: On Water Quality for UHP Water Jetting

by Identified within article

Water jetting is becoming an acceptable and many times preferable method of surface preparation and is displacing abrasive blasting on many projects. Water jetting provides many benefits over abrasive blasting, including lower overall project cost, less environmental impact, and the ability for other trades to work side by side with the water jetting operation.


Project Preview: Wisconsin DOT Awards Mississippi River Bridge Rehabilitation

by Brian Churray

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation awarded a contract of $7,248,712.54 to Edward Kraemer and Sons, Inc. (Plain,WI) to rehabilitate two bridges over the Mississippi River near Prairie du Chien.


Research News: Qualification of Paint Systems after UHP Water Jetting and Understanding the Phenonemon of “Blocking” of Flash Rusting

by Philippe Le Calve

Author Philippe Le Calve reports on phase 3 of a study of caoted test panels after the use of UHP water jetting.


SSPC News: Five Companies Host SSPC Training

by Technology Publishing

Five companies recently hosted SSPC training courses at their facilities, allowing a combined total of 79 students to advance their coatings education


SSPC Tips: Preventing Joint Failure in Secondary Containment

by Technology Publishing

Any protective coating system that is applied to a secondary containment concrete structure depends on the concrete for its structural integrity. Details concerning the design of secondary containment concrete structures are beyond the scope of this article and are addressed in numerous ACI reports, including ACI 302.1R, Guide for Concrete Floor and Slab Construction; ACI 350R, Code Requirements for Environmental Engineering Concrete Structures; and ACI 350.2R, Concrete Stuctures for Containment of Hazardous Materials.


Too Young to Retire - 60-Year-Old Concrete Water Tank Re-lined, Rehabbed, and Returned to Service

by Joe Haydu

This photo essay shows the steps taken to re-line, rehabilitate, and return a 60-year-old concrete water tank to service.


Top of the News: WJTA Conference and Expo Jets into Houston

by Technology Publishing

The Water Jet Technology Association (WJTA) will hold the 2007 American WJTA Conference and Expo at the Marriott Houston Westchase in Houston, TX, on August 19–21, 2007. The intended audience for the event includes those involved in high-pressure water jetting for cleaning and surface preparation; vacuuming/air moving for industrial cleanup and recovery; and water blasting and cutting.


   

Advanced Recycling Systems
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HoldTight Solutions Inc.
NO FLASH RUST -
NO CONTAMINANTS

Our HoldTight®102 salt remover & flash rust preventer prevents flash
rust by removing surface contaminants. It has no equal; only wannabees.
Contact us for your
nearest distributor.
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Carlisle Fluid Technologies
Built for Tough Jobs

From Epoxies to Urethanes to other high solid coatings, the new Binks Airless 75 delivers a great finish using an ergonomic design. Visit binks.com for more information.


Bullard

The Next Generation
of Blasting

• Lightest
• Coolest
• Most Comfortable
• Most Dependable


Clemco International GmbH
Global engineering-trusted solutions

For more than 70 years, Clemco has provided the highest quality blast equipment with a total commitment to comfort and safety.


Front-Line Coatings
Why are energy utility companies switching to FLC 7 ?

FLC7, single component acrylic urethane, 65% solids, HAZMAT friendly, reduces substrate preparations, simplifies application/cleanup. www.frontlinecoatings.com


KTA-Tator, Inc. - Corporate Office
KTA-Tator EH&S Services

• Ambient & Worker Exposure Air Monitoring
• Safety & Health Program Development
• Lead Paint Assessments
& Specifications
• Health Hazard & Jobsite Safety Assessments
Call 1-800-245-6379


Versaflex Inc.
Best NSF 61.5 Approved Potable Water Polyurea

VersaFlex Polyurea Earns Highest ANSI/NSF 61.5 Rating for High Temp Service, Minimum Tank Size and Max Thickness. All Polyureas Are Not Created Equal. FREE WHITE PAPER. Call 855-337-7745


DeHumidification Technologies
HUMIDITY PROBLEMS?

DH Tech has the most innovative and reliable equipment available to
control humidity efficiently
and effectively.
IT'S UNDER CONTROL!


Atlantic Design, Inc.
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