CoatingsPro Magazine

NOV 2018

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COATINGSPRO NOVEMBER 2018 9 Letters to the editor are always welcome. We reser ve the r ight to edit for space considerations. E-mail responses may be sent to Or mail to: Editor, CoatingsPro Magazine, 4501 Mission Bay Dr ive, Ste. 2G, San Diego, C A 92109 This Month On: Letters Web Content @Coating sProMag coating /Coating sProMag CoatingsPro On the Go Sign up for a free print (in the United States) or digital subscription at Editor, I've been reading CoatingsPro since its first publication. It is a technical publication that supports the diverse and unique group of chemistries, designers of specialty coatings, and equipment manufacturers to help water proofing and industrial coating contractors fight the war against corrosion. Your publication provides a platform to develop higher technical skill sets and more professionalism through your articles and NACE workshops. Your readers are thankful for your support in the universal fight against corrosion in our infrastruc- ture. T hank you. Brice Westphall Chula Vista, CA Mr. Westphall, ank you for your kind words and your loyalty. We hope that we are making a positive contribution toward the •ght against corrosion that you mentioned, especially following dreadful incidents, such as the recent bridge collapse in Genoa. ~Editor Online Only Check out our online-only articles this month: A parking deck coating for the Fighting Irish, tips on turning a manager into a leader, and more! www. and Feature: Insulating Pipes and Walls A wastewater treatment plant planned to use jackets on parts at the digester complex. Œe pipes were hot, and the walls had to keep the tanks warm. Protecting them with insulation coatings turned out to be the better choice. ~Photo courtesy of Mongan Painting Co., Inc. Video: Social Media Choices W hat's going up on your social media pages? According to Trent Cotney of Cotney Construction Law, you should be making sure that everything is in compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)!

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