Wednesday, June 4, 2014; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern
In common with all downstream oil and gas plants, chemical/petrochemical plants, and production plants, power generating facilities need storage and process tanks whose internals require linings to protect against contamination of the cargoes and corrosion of the structure. The challenge for the utility owner or his engineer is to assess the multitude of options available to them in order to maximize their resources. This webinar gives an overview of some of the key performance features and business considerations that should be evaluated when considering the use of vinyl ester and epoxy tank linings, particularly at elevated temperatures. The webinar is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to these two types of linings, nor is it intended to address other generic types of tank linings.
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Jeff Stewart, Sales Engineer
Jeff Stewart works for Blome International a division of Hempel which specializes in industrial coatings and linings as their Sales Engineer. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and received a Professional Engineering License from the State of Ohio. He passed NACE Level I and II CIP, worked for more than 14 years as an engineer in coal-fired generating plants, and has more than 18 years of experience in technical sales for lining manufacturers. He has previously had articles covering the issues of specification writing, tank lining selection, and project cost analysis published.
Blome International is a leading supplier of high performance lining systems based on vinyl ester, epoxy, novolac epoxy and furan chemistry. Our linings have been providing solutions for some of the most severe corrosion and abrasion problems in the Power Generation Industry for over 35 years. You can rely on Blome International for cost effective, proven solutions for maximizing the life of your most critical assets.
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