Preparing for Changes in Tank Linings
Originally Presented: Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Clean, safe drinking water is paramount to water industry officials. In addition to important changes to NSF Std. 61 requirements for potable water coatings, some local municipalities and health departments have further lowered extractable allowances to levels that can be very difficult to achieve. Tnemec Company, Inc. is successfully participating in projects across the country that meet these strict requirements by educating decision makers and helping avoid contentious situations that can arise after a potable water lining is installed. In this interactive webinar, we will describe the ways in which interior coatings are being affected by new extractables testing. We will discuss these new methods of analysis and how they will impact you as an installer of certified lining materials. The presentation will also cover several case studies and discuss how Tnemec is able to support your project, beginning with coating selection and ending with an accepted lining installation.
Mark Thomas is responsible for marketing the company’s many coating products, managing its brands and directing its sales initiatives. Since joining the company’s marketing department in 1996, he has worked extensively on product introductions and promotions, collaborating with various departments in the company, including research and development and technical service. In his day-to-day work, Thomas supervises and coordinates Tnemec’s marketing department, inside sales team and segments of the sales department. In addition to his Tnemec experience, he is a LEED AP BD+C and NACE CIP Level 2 Coating Inspector. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in integrated marketing communications, both from the University of Kansas.
With over 20 years in the coating industry, Cory Brown understands the critical role of quality coating technology and well-rounded technical support. His experience as a member of the Tnemec team includes seven years as a senior technical service representative and five years as a production supervisor responsible for managing the daily operations of three departments at Tnemec. Cory is a certified coating inspector with NACE International and is active in the Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC). Brown graduated from Park University in Parkville, Missouri, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and recently received his MBA from University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC).
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