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New PA 2: Procedure for Determining Conformance to Dry Coating Thickness

This webinar is archived and recorded from a live presentation on Wednesday, October 17, 2012.
Cost: FREE

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Sponsor:

Fischer Technology

Fischer Technology is a U.S. Manufacturer and member of the Global Fischer Group of Companies. Fischer is recognized as a leader in the field of coating thickness measurement and material testing instrumention.


SSPC’s coating thickness measurement standard, which was first published in 1973 and from then until recently has had only editorial revisions, now has rec eived a much needed overhaul. The revised standard focuses on the frequency and acceptability of measurement acquisition, while leaving gage usage procedures to ASTM D7091. This webinar will describe the new PA 2, including 8 appendices that provide guidance for special applications of the standard. The basic content of ASTM D7091 will also be described.

Presenter:

Bill Corbett, Professional Services Business Unit Manager
KTA-Tator

Bill Corbett is the Professional Services Business Unit KTA-Tator, Inc. He holds an A.D. in Business Administration from Robert Morris University and has been employed by KTA for over 30 years. He has conducted coatings training courses and instrument use workshops for a variety of industries in both the private and public sector for 23 years. He is an SSPC Certified Protective Coatings Specialist, an SSPC Level 3 Certified Protective Coatings Inspector, an SSPC Level 2 Certified Bridge Coatings Inspector and a NACE International Level 3 Certified Coatings Inspector. He is a lead instructor for SSPC’s Bridge Coatings Inspector, Protective Coatings Inspector and Applicator Train-the-Trainer courses.

Bill was the co-recipient of the SSPC 1992 Outstanding Publication Award, co-recipient of the 2001 JPCL Editor’s Award and received SSPC’s Coatings Education Award in 2006


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