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This eBook consists of a recent JPCL article on selecting and using coatings for protecting waterfronts, locks, and dams, followed by JPCL
Buying Guide material on coating systems for these structures.

The Buying Guide is organized, first, by exposure type, such as “Onshore Atmospheric Exposure Weathering, UV, & Airborne Salt,” then by substrate type, first steel, then concrete. Then, coating manufacturers are listed in alphabetical order and their preferred system is named in both proprietary and generic terms. Finally, contact details are given for all the companies.

This collection is designed to provide general guidance on selecting and specifying coatings for waterfronts, locks, and dams, and then to give sources for acquiring the appropriate systems.

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