The Need for an Independent Third-Party Coatings Inspector

From JPCL, February 2018

By Tim Bauman, The Sherwin-Williams Company

The author describes three case scenarios where enlisting an independent, third-party coatings inspector would’ve reduced cost and time, as well as saving business relationships....


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Tagged categories: Coating inspection; Consultants; Engineers; Quality Control; Quality control

Comment from David Danielson, (3/27/2018, 8:19 AM)

Excellent examples.


Comment from Rick Leber, (4/2/2018, 9:17 AM)

Great article Tim. It is always a challenge to get owners to understand that having a trained third-party inspector can prevent scenarios like you have shown. I guess it`s like the Fram oil filter commercial. You can pay me now or pay me later.


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