Specifying, Green Coatings Top New Issue

FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2016

Expert advice on fire-resistive coatings and specification writing are a part of the new issue of Durability + Design In Depth, now available free online.

The July 2016 issue, released via e-mail Wednesday (July 27), also includes information on what it means to be “green” in terms of coatings as well as a discussion of a new guide to decorative concrete.

Features included in the issue appear below:

  • “Fire Drill: Coatings that Protect Commercial Buildings—and Save Lives,” by Sean Younger and Jim Rippe, of Carboline;
  • “Editing the Trouble Out of Painting Specifications,” by Kenneth A. Trimber, of KTA-Tator Inc.;
  • “What Color is Your Green Paint?” by Allen Zielnik, of Atlas Material Testing Technology LLC; and
  • “Decorative Concrete Education and the Quest for Quality,” by Michael Hernandez, of Baker Concrete Construction.

The issue may be accessed here.

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Durability + Design is part of the Technology Publishing Company’s network of paint and coating editorial products. Related websites and publications include JPCL (the Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings); PaintSquare Daily News; PaintSquare.com and Paint BidTracker.com


Tagged categories: Architectural coatings; Coating selection; Coatings education; Decorative concrete; Fire-resistive coatings; Good Technical Practice; Green coatings; Health and safety; North America; Specification writing

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