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JUL 2013

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hours, the floor was ready to be walked on, and it was fully cured in 7 days. After a quick clean-up removing the protective plastic, the crew completed their mission and could drive off into the night. Shift Work SI Linings started out in the coatings business around 2001 by spraying truck beds. But when the economy fell, their bed-lining business all but disappeared. "We went from spraying 12 truck beds a week to spraying nothing," Puckett explained. They knew they needed to find other work to make up for what they were suddenly missing, and, with help from Rhino Linings, they started working on commercial jobs. "It worked really well for us, and we've been hammering away since," he continued. Instead of getting rid of the truck bed-lining setup back at their headquarters, they kept it open and purchased a mobile set to work on commercial sites, too. They brought their 14-foot (4 m) box truck to the Greenville job, and because of their 100-foot (31 m) hoses, they were able to keep all of the heavy equipment secured inside and ready to move at a moment's notice. Now, this crew, which at one point was struggling to find enough work with just the truck bed-linings business, is able to flourish by offering both brick and mortar and mobile systems. It just goes to show that being flexible with schedules and projects may bring any crew a feast fit for a king. Or at the very least, it may bring the Southeastern Industrial Linings crew a feast from their happy customer at the Court Square Café! CP Vendor team How do you SAVE 390% ON JOB-SITE DOCUMENTATION COSTS? Simple – use TruQC. Download our most recent case study to learn how one company is saving big money. TruQCApp.com/Save390 Write in Reader Inquiry #328 What will you fnd on CoatingsProMag.com? 3M Respirator manufacturer 3M Center St. Paul, MN 55144 (800) 364-3577 www.3m.com Rhino Linings Coatings manufacturer 9151 Rehco Road San Diego, CA 92121 (800) 422-2603 www.rhinolinings.com • Daily updates on industry news Durock by USG Corp. Cement board supplier 550 West Adams Street Chicago, IL 60661 (312) 436-4000 www.usg.com Tyvek by DuPont Safety equipment manufacturer P.O. Box 80728 Wilmington, DE 19880 (800) 448-9835 www2.dupont.com/Tyvek/ en_US/ • 10 years of coatings coverage Graco Inc. Spray equipment 88-11th Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 (800) 647-4336 www.graco.com Pentech, Inc. Spray equipment 7256 21st Street East Sarasota, FL 34243 (941) 739-2700 www.pentech.us VersaFlex Incorporated Coatings manufacturer 686 South Adams Street Kansas City, KS 66105 (800) 321-0906 www.versaflex.com • Featured case histories • Digital versions of CoatingsPro • Special sections for specifc areas of the industry • SourceBOOK—the guide for the coatings industry One-Click Coating Solutions www.CoatingsProMag.com To see how TruQC helped on this job, check out coatingspromag.com July 2013 g www.coatingspromag.com 49

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