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Concrete Infrastructure Protection: Trends and Solutions

July 2012 - Steven Reinstadtler, Bayer MaterialScience


Restoring and Protecting Bridge Piles

January 2012 - Carl W. Scheffel, P.E., and H. Michael Simpson, Fox Industries


SSPC Gives Guidance on Protective Coating Specifications

January 2012


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What is the difference between a damp-surface tolerant and a wet-surface tolerant paint? How can we determine when a surface is damp or wet?

Question posted January 2 to January 12, 2014


What components of an onshore shale gas drilling rig require coating protection, and what properties must the coatings have?

Question posted September 30 to October 4, 2013


I am experiencing problems with a paint system on some vessels we built. The system is an ethyl silicate zinc primer, glass flake epoxy tie-coat and aliphatic poly top coat. The project is constructed from A516 boiler plate 1/4 in thick. Blasted to SP10 with 2.5 mil profile. Painting is being done inside a paint booth where ambient conditions clearly meet the specification. The coatings are exhibiting symptoms of solvent popping in a specific area on the exterior of the vessel. The problem only manifests itself over the back side of a weld that is on the inside of the vessel. We have made numerous adjustments to the system as well as the process to try to solve the issue. Nothing is helping. The manufactures reps are scratching their heads, and I am pulling my hair out. Any input would be welcome.

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