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JPCL December 2012

 
JPCL December 2012


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SSPC 2013 Advance Program

SSPC 2013 featuring GreenCOAT: The Advance Program

by JPCL Staff

The Advance Program for SSPC 2013 is published to help protective and marine coatings professionals begin planning their activities in San Antonio, TX. The conference and exhibition will be held from January 14 to January 17, 2013. Details are provided about events, awards, courses, workshops, the technical program, committee meetings, and exhibitors.


President's Welcome


Special Events, Awards Planned for Attendees


Attendees Can Hone Their Skills in San Antonio


SSPC 2013 Offers Well-Rounded Workshops


Technical Program Covers Protective, Marine, and Commercial Coatings


SSPC Committees Plan to Meet in San Antonio


Exhibitors to Bring Their Finest to SSPC 2013


Exhibitors at a Glance


SSPC 2013 Daily Schedule


Inspection and Quality: How Far Have We Come in 45 Years?

by Kenneth A. Trimber, KTA-Tator, Inc.

The author raises questions about practical improvements in inspection and quality over the past 45 years. To address the question of progress, he compares facets related to inspection and quality control in 1966 with those facets today.


Applying FBE to Pipeline Internals

by Alan Kehr, Alan Kehr Anti-Corrosion, LLC, and Dennis Graham, Yellowgate Consulting, LLC

The article details the basic steps of FBE application to pipe internals, from surface preparation to inspecting the incoming, unlined pipe to cleaning and preparing the surface, priming and heating the pipe as needed, applying and curing the FBE, and inspecting the finished lining.


New SSPC Standard Helps Determine Compliance with Profile Requirements

by Aimée Beggs and Heather Stiner, SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings

The authors report on a new standard, SSPC-PA 17, on steel profile and its complementary relationship to existing standards for measuring profile roughness and peak count. They describe why and how the new standard was developed as well as how to use it.


Plus...


Top of the News


The Buzz

by Anita Socci, JPCL


Problem Solving Forum

On static electricity and abrasive blasting

What causes static electricity during abrasive blasting? What risk does it pose, and how can it be controlled?


SSPC Protective Coatings Specialist

Q&A with Bob Murphy

by Jodi Temyer, JPCL


News


Author Index

JPCL 2012 Author Index


Project Preview


Editorial

Passion for Coatings at SSPC 2013

by Michael Kline, Director of Marketing, SSPC


From the Offices of SSPC

SSPC Organizational Members


   

NLB Corporation
Water Jets in Action

Video demo shows how
easily Vortex™ removes
coatings and more. Lawn-
mower-style water jet unit strips floors, ship decks, etc. quickly and keeps debris contained.


Advanced Recycling Systems
ADVANCED RECYCLING SYSTEMS (ARS)

Recycling Machines, Dust Collectors, Rapid Deployment units are time-tested and approved for the rugged industrial environment. Contact ARS today!
(330)536-8210


KTA-Tator, Inc. - Corporate Office
KTA-TATOR LABORATORY SERVICES

• Coating failure analysis
• Independent
  comparative testing
• Accelerated
  weathering testing
• Toxic metals testing
• A2LA Accredited
800-245-6379


Elcometer, Inc.
Durability & Design meet
Performance & Reliability

Elcometer 319 Dewpoint Meter
View the technical data on the Elcometer Dewpoint meter.


Atlantic Design, Inc.
POWER ON WITH ADI!

The most air flow possible… In the smallest package imaginable… For a price you won’t believe! 866.Call.ADI


Axxiom Manufacturing
Schmidt Improves
Portable Blasters

Schmidt's VBS System reduces blowdown intensity, prevents exhaust from damaging floor while using no screens or filters. Reduces sound; Increasing safety.
Call 1-800-231-2085


Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp.
Hurricane Vacuums
& Dust Collectors

Vacuum and dust collector hose, filters and related accessories.
IndustrialVacuum.com


Armakleen Company, The
ARMEX when nondestructive cleaning is critical

When cleaning substrates that cannot be damaged the only blast abrasive to use is ARMEX. Other blast abrasives can remove surface materials damaging the substrate.


CS Unitec
Surface Prep & Material Removal

CS Unitec’s Floor Planers remove coatings & corrosion from concrete & metal surfaces. Produce keyed profiles for waterproofing applications. info@csunitec.com

 
 
 
 
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