Paint and Coatings Industry Webinars
Understanding Ceramic Epoxies and NSF 600
This webinar is archived and recorded from a live presentation on Wednesday, April 20, 2022.
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Now in its third generation of leadership and 75th year of business, Induron’s high performance coatings serve a range of industrial applications broader than our founders ever envisioned. But the core business value of Technical Integrity continues to drive the company today—and tomorrow.
The first question we ask ourselves with every project we undertake is, “What’s right for the job?” At Induron, we invest ourselves in your success, your satisfaction and your reputation. So what can we do to help you succeed? If you need technical support with any coating-related issue, we’ve got the expertise, and the time. At Induron, “getting it right” is who we are—not just what we do.
For more than 35 years, Induron has manufactured and sold ceramic epoxies for corrosive environments. This coatings technology is commonly utilized for potable water storage tanks and water treatment facilities. On Jan. 1, 2023, the industry will undergo a change as the requirements NSF/ANSI/CAN 600 are adopted into the NSF Std 61 Health Effects Evaluation and Criteria for Chemicals in Drinking Water standard.
This webinar will discuss not only the current benefits and uses of ceramic epoxies, but how this coatings technology is well prepared for these upcoming changes.
• Understanding the nature and use of ceramic epoxies;
• Understanding forthcoming changes required by NSF 600 and how ceramic epoxies are prepared for these changes;
• Ensuring specification compliance with NSF 600; and
• Understanding the possible project cost impacts of NSF 600.
Andy Odorzynski, National Sales Manager
Induron Protective Coatings
Andy Odorzynski joined Induron in 2016 and manages the sales team. Before coming to Induron, he spent the first 15 years of his career on the contracting side of the coatings industry. First, as a painting apprenticeship, Odorzynski traveled across the country getting hands-on experience with blasting and painting projects. After earning his NACE Level 3 certification, he became an in-house quality inspector for one of the nation’s leading storage tank manufacturers.
Odorzynski studied at the University of Louisville, earning his B.S. in Finance and an MBA. In 2010 he became one of fewer than 200 SSPC Certified Protective Coatings Specialists in the country. He is also an SSPC Certified Concrete Coatings Inspector as well as a C3 Lead Removal Competent Person.
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