JPCL July 2019

JPCL July 2019

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Bridge Painting: Progress Through Community

by Robert Kogler, Rampart LLC

Bob Kogler, a coating professional for the past three decades who has worked extensively the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Federal Highway Administration, shares his take on coating bridges over the years, attributing headway to collaboration in “Bridge Painting: Progress Through Community.” JPCL archived articles are also excerpted including: “The Case of … Too Many Choices” by Eric S. Kline, KTA-Tator, Inc.; “A Towering Tale of Bridge Coating: How Caltrans Kept Quality High and Costs Low” W.H. (Bill) Hansel of the California State Department of Transportation and Shameem A. Khan of the Maryland State Highway Administration compares the number of coats in a system in “Bridge Coating Performance: Two-Coat Vs. Three-Coat Systems.”

Coating Petrochemical Facilities: A Matter of Time

by Peter Bock, Performance Polymers Americas LLC

In this editorial compilation, Peter Bock looks back on his tenure as a coating specialist in the oil and gas industry in “Coating Petrochemical Facilities: A Matter of Time.” Articles from the JPCL archives are also excerpted incuding: “When Undercover Agents Can’t Stand the Heat: Coatings in Action and the Netherworld of Corrosion Under Insulation” by Dr. Mike O’Donoghue, Vijay Datta, et al.; “Tips on Lining Aboveground Storage Tank Bottoms” by Bob Hummel of The Sherwin-Williams Company and “Polyurea ‘Loose’ Liners: A Floating Fix for Cracked Concrete Secondary Containment” by Kristin Leonard, Bechtel Corp.

Pipeline Coatings: Safeguarding and Streamlining the Transmission of Energy Resources

by Dr. Jeffrey David Rogozinski, Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings

Dr. Jeffrey David Rogozinski, a pipeline coatings subject-matter expert for the Sherwin-Williams Company, speaks to the responsibiity of stakeholders to protect pipelines and enable their efficient use, and also comments on what the future holds in “Pipeline Coatings: Safeguarding and Streamlining the Transmission of Energy Resources” pointing out that pipelines will need to transport material over longer distances to and from remote areas of the world; pipeline coatings will need to withstand higher operating temperatures and also potentially accommodate swing service—even possibly transporting water within the same infrastructure. Archived JPCL articles on pipeline coatings are excerpted as well, including: “In Situ Pipeline Coating Process Passes Saudi Desert Test” Baker S. Hammad, BSH Engineering Consultant Office; “Pipeline Rehabilitation: Advances in Polyurea Spray Application” by Dudley J. Primeaux II, PCS, CCI and Todd Gomez, PCS of VersaFlex Inc. and “Applying FBE to Pipeline Internals” by Alan Kehr, Anti-Corrosion, LLC; and Dennis Graham, Yellowgate Consulting, LLC.

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