Wednesday, October 16, 2013; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern
This webinar defines performance requirements by use of case histories for coatings and linings used on sound concrete substrates in principal service environments of areas of a municipal wastewater treatment facility, including:
• Collection Systems
• Preliminary Treatment Systems
• Primary Treatment Systems
• Secondary Treatment Systems
• Advanced Treatment Systems
• Solids Handling Areas
• Chemical Storage: Secondary Containment Structures
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Randy Nixon, President, Founder
Randy Nixon is President and Founder of Corrosion Probe, Inc. which has been in business for over 29 years and has an international reputation for excellence in corrosion and materials engineering, consulting, testing, and inspection services. Corrosion Probe is a consulting engineering firm that provides engineering, testing, failure analysis, inspection, and project management services in the technical areas of metals corrosion, concrete deterioration, protective coatings/linings, infrastructure rehabilitation, materials science, mechanical integrity evaluation and retrofit design, and Q.C./Q.A. inspection. CPI also operates a full capability testing laboratory to support its team with failure analysis, metallurgical testing, non-metals testing, and electrochemistry/corrosion testing.
Mr. Nixon began his career with Georgia Pacific Corp. in 1976 in water/waste water engineering, construction and utilities management. Between 1979 and 1983, he served in management of specialty contracting services and coatings engineering business for two other firms. Mr. Nixon has published over 30 technical papers and articles through SSPC, NACE, TAPPI, AWWA, WEF and NEWEA.
Mr. Nixon is widely recognized in the water/wastewater industry for his expertise and extensive experience in piping corrosion, concrete degradation evaluation, and coatings/linings for concrete substrates.
Manufacturer of high-performance coatings since 1921, Tnemec Company Inc. is committed to product development and innovation aimed at finding solutions to the most difficult challenges facing the water and wastewater markets today. Tnemec products have been applied in all areas typical of water and wastewater infrastructure for more than 50 years, from lift stations to clarifiers, interceptors to manholes. Aside from providing the industry standard for linings, coatings, and resurfacers, Tnemec has helped to create accelerated testing for wastewater coatings - including the Severe Wastewater Analysis Test, or S.W.A.T. - to properly access the durability of protective products in the ever-growing threats of this environment.
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