Performance Properties of Protective Coatings

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This webinar is archived and recorded from a live presentation on Wednesday, March 16, 2016.
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This presentation will provide an overview on performance requirements for coatings and linings used in the industrial and marine industry. Coatings included in the discussion are: acrylics (waterborne), alkyds, epoxies, polyurethanes, polyureas, polyaspartics, and polysiloxanes.
Presenter:

Ahren Olson
Covestro

Ahren is the Marketing Manager for Corrosion Protection with Covestro LLC in Pittsburgh, PA. He has been with Bayer for 12 years, holding both technical and marketing positions in the areas of automotive, construction, and protective coatings. Ahren holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in chemistry from The College of Wooster and is a NACE certified Coatings Inspector. He serves as a member on both the SSPC Standards Review Committee and the Board of Governors. In his current role, Ahren provides market development in Covestro’s efforts to understand and prevent corrosion in the industrial maintenance market.

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Tagged categories: Acrylic; Coating chemistry; Coating Materials; North America; PaintSquare; Polysiloxane; Polyurea; Polyurethane


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