From a Family Company to a Company Family: Sauereisen Celebrates 125 Years

This year, Pittsburgh-based protective coatings, linings and high temperature resistant materials manufacturing company Sauereisen will proudly celebrate its 125th anniversary. JPCL recently spoke with C. Fred’s grandson, Eric Sauereisen, who took over as president of the company in 2002, to discuss...

From a Family Company to a Company Family: Sauereisen Celebrates 125 Years

This year, Pittsburgh-based protective coatings, linings and high temperature resistant materials manufacturing company Sauereisen will proudly celebrate its 125th anniversary. JPCL recently spoke with C. Fred’s grandson, Eric Sauereisen, who took over as president of the company in 2002, to discuss...

Wet-Blasting Equipment: A Comparison for Industrial Coatings Contractors

by Jon Kenimer, BlastOne International

Wet blasting, the process of introducing water to a mixture of pressurized air and abrasive, is now a mainstream process in the surface preparation field. While the “why”s and “what”s of the process are generally well understood, less clear is the “how” of wet blasting. This article will examine and...

Wet-Blasting Equipment: A Comparison for Industrial Coatings Contractors

by Jon Kenimer, BlastOne International

Wet blasting, the process of introducing water to a mixture of pressurized air and abrasive, is now a mainstream process in the surface preparation field. While the “why”s and “what”s of the process are generally well understood, less clear is the “how” of wet blasting. This article will examine and...

Repainting the Morrison Bridge

by JPCL Staff

Last summer, crews on the Morrison Bridge in Multnomah County, Oregon, finished a two-year-long repainting project, which included around 2,000 gallons of paint and roughly 5,000 hours of work. This article recaps the completed project, which marks the first time the bridge has been painted since it...

Repainting the Morrison Bridge

by JPCL Staff

Last summer, crews on the Morrison Bridge in Multnomah County, Oregon, finished a two-year-long repainting project, which included around 2,000 gallons of paint and roughly 5,000 hours of work. This article recaps the completed project, which marks the first time the bridge has been painted since it...