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JAN 2013

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coatings, a government-backed program that reduces greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency. In conjunction with installing the PV system, Karnak coated its roof with its 501 Elasto-brite roof-coating product, a white reflective roof coating that better reflects sunlight. The reflective coating helps to reduce energy use, save money, and reduce waste by extending the life of a roof by 15 years. For more information, contact: Karnak, Reader Inquiry # 4285 Interplastic acquires Valspar technology Interplastic Corporation (St. Paul, MN) announced the acquisition of product technologies from The Valspar Corporation. Under terms of the agreement, Interplastic has acquired the following technologies: Blush Guard, highperformance gel coats specifically designed for the marine industry; Conductive Primer Gel Coat, leading technology primer designed to improve transfer efficiencies of electrostatically applied coatings; and Quick Tint, rapid response, locally dispensed, general purpose MACT compliant custom colored gel coats. Interplastic's acquisition is limited to the technologies, formulations, and processing information and does not include any of Valspar's manufacturing facilities. For more information, contact: Interplastic Corporation, (651) 481-6869, Reader Inquiry # 4259 Kta appoints Dan adley as ceo promoted to chief executive officer. Dan has been with KTA for 17 years, most recently as chief operating officer and chief financial officer. In his expanded role, Dan will have even greater involvement in a l l aspects of operat ions, including finance, strategic planning, initiatives, succession planning, shaping culture, risk management, and leadership. His experience with ensuring continuous profitable revenue growth; h ig h-le vel decision ma k i ng about vision, policy and strategy; exposure assessment and mitigation; driv ing change, motivation, and communication will help secure KTA's position as an industry leader into the next decade. For more information, contact: KTA, Reader Inquiry # 4260 n NACE trained workforce with more than 4,100 combined years of experience n Over 5 million miles driven annually by company owned fleet of trucks n Over 4,000 distribution points worldwide Increasing productivity, delivering results, staying ahead of the curve, doing more with less. Should you have to worry about your protective coatings too? You just want your projects to go off without a hitch; delivering on the details is our job. From analyzing your current specification for consistency and standardizing your specs across all your locations to partnering with you from project start to finish, our market-centric approach is unlike other paint companies. Leave nothing to chance. Ask Sherwin-Williams NA: 1.800.524.5979 Europe & Middle East: +44 (0)1204 556450 KTA-Tator, Inc. (KTA) is proud to announce that Daniel P. Adley has been Asia: +8621 51587798 © 2013 The Sherwin-Williams Company Write in Reader Inquiry #51 January 2013 g 15

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