Free eBook Helps Keep Surface Prep Safe


PITTSBURGH—The hard work of surface preparation can be as dangerous as it is important—risks addressed by a variety of experts in a new resource from JPCL.

Surface Preparation & Safety features seven technical articles from JPCL that examine critical safety practices, considerations and standards in abrasive blasting, shipyards, and related work.

The eBook, available free, is the latest in a series by JPCL publisher Technology Publishing Co.

The entire series, as well as other technical materials, is available via free download from The PaintSquare Store.

Blasting, Silica and Technology

Surface Preparation & Safety includes these titles:

  • "Safety Monitoring and Remote Control Systems";
  • OSHA's Proposed Rule for Silica Hits the Streets";
  • "Shipyard Regulatory Update";
  • "On the Time between Blasting and Priming";
  • "Safety Considerations for Abrasive Blasting";
  • "Setting Up Air Blasting Equipment"; and
  • "Surface Preparation: Adventures in Frustration."

All of the articles were previously published at various times in JPCL.

Download Surface Preparation & Safety here free.

More eBooks: From DH to UHP

The surface-prep volume is the latest title in the exclusive Technology Publishing series. Other titles include:

Specifying & Buying Help

JPCL also offers a free Buying Guide eBook series designed to provide general guidance on selecting and specifying coatings, as well as information on sources to acquire the appropriate systems.

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Titles in the JPCL Buying Guide eBook series include Bridge Coating Systems, Marine Industry Coating Systems, Water Works Coating Systems, and Wastewater Treatment Plant Coating Systems.

The entire series, which covers every industrial structure from bridges to wastewater plants, is available via free download from The PaintSquare Store.


Tagged categories: Abrasive blasting; Asia Pacific; eBooks; Education; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Health & Safety; Health and safety; JPCL; Latin America; North America; Protective Coatings; Specialty functions; Specification; Steel; Surface preparation

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