Wednesday, July 24, 2013; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern
First in a series presented by Kevin Morris of Sherwin-Williams. This webinar will discuss the steps required to properly rehabilitate sewer structures including the control of inflow/infiltration, substrate repair or rebuild, and the generic types of coatings and linings that exist in the marketplace today to prevent corrosion. The webinar will also review some of the generic characteristics (good and bad) of these coatings and linings.
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Kevin Morris, Regional Market Segment Director, Water & Wastewater
Kevin Morris has been employed with Sherwin-Williams for 21 years, with the past 12 years dedicated to the Protective & Marine Coatings Division. In the past, Morris has served as Protective & Marine Coatings Sales Representative and Corrosion Specification Specialist in the Southeastern United States. Currently, Morris is responsible for the North American Water & Wastewater Market Segment for Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings Division.
Morris is a NACE Level III Certified Coatings Inspector, a Certified Concrete Coatings Inspector with The Society of Protective Coatings, and an Instructor for The Society of Protective Coatings – Concrete Coatings Basics and Concrete Coatings Inspector programs.
He has written and published numerous papers and articles for organizations such as: Paints and Coatings Expo (PACE), International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI), America Water Works Association (AWWA), Water Environment & Technology (WE&T), and the Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings (JPCL).
Sherwin-Williams is a single source coatings supplier and consultant to the water-wastewater market with a comprehensive product line engineered to provide the highest corrosion protection with the fewest applied coats – balancing initial cost, downtime, service life, preferred maintenance schedule and ease of application – for atmospheric and immersion applications. With operations dating back 150 years, the company pioneered the development and commercialization of paint in a can, as well as single coat, rapid cure, optically active and edge retentive systems. Sherwin-Williams provides NACE-certified technical support on the ground to ensure that coatings are applied properly and customers get what they’re paying for with no headaches. The company works in tandem with each customer to maximize its ability to protect public safety and efficiently manage water storage, sewer collection and treatment plant resources. For more information about Sherwin-Williams and its products, visit www.sherwin-williams.com/protective
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