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From the Blogs: Aiming for a ‘Goldilocks’ System

from PaintSquare Press, Spring 2018


On the Corrosion Effects of Reblasted Steel

from JPCL, January 2018 ; by Carl Reed and Sarah Olthof, GPI Laboratories, Inc.; and Kat Coronado and Heather Cui, International Paint, LLC

It is not uncommon during the course of abrasive-blast surface preparation to overbla...


Inhalation Hazards Associated with Abrasive Blasting

from JPCL, December 2017 ; by Thomas E. Enger, MS, CSP, CHMM, Clemco Industries Corp.

This article explores the inhalation hazards associated with the blast media, substra...


UHP Waterjetting for New and Aged Steel

from JPCL, September 2017 ; by Joao Azevedo, The Sherwin-Williams Company, Portugal

Through performance testing and live project cases, this article confirms that when t...


Development of Materials and Process Metrics for High-Performance Abrasive Blast Surface Preparation

from JPCL, February 2016 ; by Robert Kogler and Laura Erickson, Rampart LLC

The authors describe ongoing work being conducted with the Center for Corrosion Scien...


On Specifying Abrasive Sieve Size

from JPCL, December 2015


Adventures in Tank Lining

from JPCL, August 2015 ; by Peter Bock, Advanced Polymerics, Inc.

The author recounts details of a vinyl ester tank relining project during a swelterin...


Basic Training: Maintaining an Old Icon with a New Technology

from JPCL, August 2015 ; by Greg Peters, SABRE Autonomous Solutions, and Dr. Gavin Paul, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

The authors outline the development and implementation of Rosie and Sandy, two autono...


Maximizing Shipbuilding Production by Modernizing Facilities & Processes

from JPCL, The Facility Owner's Perspective 2014 Special Issue; by Katie Urbas, Planning Supervisor — Blast, Paint, General, and Temporary Services, General Dynamics NASSCO

General Dynamics NASSCO shipyard began to transform the way that it produced ships in...


Setting up air abrasive blast equipment

from JPCL, August 2014


Safety considerations for abrasive blasting

from JPCL, May 2014


Power tool cleaning

from JPCL, February 2014


Surface Preparation: A Continuing Evolution

from JPCL, Three Decades of Change in the Coatings Industry 2013 Special Issue; by Charles Lange, JPCL


The Buzz

from JPCL, April 2013


Top of the News

from JPCL, February 2013


On static electricity and abrasive blasting

from JPCL, December 2012

What causes static electricity during abrasive blasting? What risk does it pose, and ...


On the time between blasting and priming

from JPCL, June 2012

How long can a blasted surface be left before priming under different temperatures/ r...


On the cleanliness of stainless steel

from JPCL, December 2011


Removing coal tar epoxies

from JPCL, November 2011


Keeping Workers Safe During Abrasive Blasting

from JPCL, November 2011 ; by Thomas E. Enger, MS, CSP, CHMM, Clemco Industries Corp.

The purpose of this article is to attempt to provide the reader with a basic understa...


Remedying excessive profile

from JPCL, September 2011

This Month's Question: What is the remedial action if a blaster produces too high a ...


Abrasive blasting: Achieving efficiency and profitability

from JPCL, November 2010 ; by Patti Roman, Clemco Industries


Safety monitoring and remote control systems for blasting in shipyards

from JPCL, July 2010


Problem Solving Forum: On measuring surface profile in the field

from JPCL, February 2010


Problem Solving Forum: On Abrasive Blasting Thin Steel Substrates

from JPCL, October 2009

What do you do when the spec calls for SSPC-SP 10, Near-White, but the metal gauge wo...


Surface Preparation: Practices, Equipment, and Standards through 25 Years

from JPCL, August 2009 ; by Daryl Fleming and Jodi Temyer, JPCL

As surface preparation practices, regulations, and equipment changed, so did SSPC's s...


Problem Solving Forum: Controlling Surface Profile

from JPCL, March 2009

What are the causes of surface profile exceeding specified ranges, and how can surfac...


 
 
   

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