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NOV 2018

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42 NOVEMBER 2018 COATINGSPROMAG.COM During the Belzona paste grade and coating applications, all applicators wore Ty vek protective suits, latex gloves, shoe coverings, and protective eyewear to avoid incidental contact. ere was also a dedicated ventilation fan inside the tank at all times, and the crew wore forced-air respirators with cartridges. Passing the Inspection A lthough it was slow going with each layer of the coating system being hand-applied, the crew •nished the job right on schedule and before the harsh winter weather set in. "We worked long shifts to make it happen, but the end result was worth it. We really liked working with the Belzona New York products, and there were a lot of eyes onsite, making sure that everything was done right the •rst time," said Vera. In the end, the "temporary •x" did, in fact, become the long-term solution. At the six-month inspection mark, the coatings were performing well beyond expectations, rendering replacement of the tank unnecessary. T he team, made of Dean Energ y Solutions, Belzona New York, Phi l Castel lano, and Tower Maintenance Cor p., was able to ma ke this cost- ef fective and ef f icient solution a rea lit y. " Tower Maintenance prov ided a top -notch crew of applica- tors, which is a lways key in any g reat coating application," said Belzona New York 's Vice President A lex ander Pr ince. " T heir applicators and our 24 -hour on-site technica l instr uc- tion made for a g reat team, which was cr ucia l, g iven the f ive-day w indow that the application needed to be completed in for the asset ow ner." is job proves that asset replacement is not always the only answer. Working with the right team can bring new possi- bilities to reality. CP VENDOR TEAM Belzona, Inc. Coatings manufacturer 2000 NW 88 th Ct. Miami, FL 33172 (305) 594-4994 www.belzona.com Belzona New York Coatings distributor 79 Hazel St. Glen Cove, NY 11542 (516) 656-0220 www.belzonany.com Black Beauty Abrasives Material manufacturer 5486 State Route 7 N Cheshire, OH 45620 (740) 367-7323 www.blackbeautyabrasives.com Bullard Safety equipment manufacturer 1898 Safety Way Cynthiana, KY 41031 (877) 285-5273 www.bullard.com IPEC Equipment Services Equipment manufacturer 400 W Main St., Ste. #114 Gaylord, MI 49735 (989) 348-3165 www.ipecgroup.com Pirate Brand by Forecast Sales, Inc. Equipment manufacturer 2719 Tobey Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46219 (800) 892-6223 www.pirate-brand.com Sandblast Solutions Inc. Equipment supplier 900 Rike Dr. Millstone, NJ 08535 (609) 301-7599 www.sandblastinc.com Sullair, LLC Equipment manufacturer 1 Sullair Way Michigan City, IN 46360 (219) 879-5451 www.home.us.sullair.com Tyvek by DuPont Safety equipment manufacturer 5401 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Richmond, VA 23234 (800) 931-3456 www.tyvek.com United Rentals Equipment supplier 100 First Stamford Pl., Ste. 700 Stamford, CT 06902 (203) 622-3131 www.ur.com Editor's note: Now that you've read the CoatingsPro Magazine article about Tower Maintenance Corp.'s restoration of a deaerator tank at a New York power plant, explore the science and technolog y related to controlling corrosion in steel tanks, as presented in these Materials Performance features: 1. K.R. Larsen, "Artificial Neural Network Developed to Monitor Condition of Tank Coatings," Materials Performance, August 1, 2018. http://www.materialsperformance.com/articles/ coating-linings/2018/08/artificial-neural-network-devel- oped-to-monitor-condition-of-tank-coatings. 2. P.R. Roberge, "Corrosion Basics: Steam Generation in Power Plants," Materials Performance, April 1, 2016. http://www. materialsperformance.com/articles/corrosion-basics/2016/04/ corrosion-basics-steam-generation-in-power-plants. 3. B. DuBose, "Nickel-Based Coatings May Slow Corrosion in Solar Power Plants," Materials Performance, October 30, 2017. http://www.materialsperfor- mance.com/articles/coating-linings/2017/11/ nickel-based-coatings-may-slow-corrosion-in-solar-power-plants. The crew completed the 500-square-foot (46.5 m 2 ) project in a week. And the coatings, which were originally applied as a temporary fix, performed so well that they became the permanent solution. Power Plant

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