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JAN 2019

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6 W W W.COATINGSPROMAG.COM In This Issue JANUARY 2019 VOL. 19, NO. 1 FEATURES NEVER AGAIN STEEL TANK 38 84 The Case of the Blistering Clarifier Three years after work finished, the coatings on the steel substrates on this wastewater clarifier started blistering and rusting. 38 Tank Crew's Company Values This three-man crew showed integrity, respect, and hon- esty when coating a water tank in Missouri. 46 New Floor for Bball Champs High scores for this coatings crew working on the University of Cincinnati arena's floor upgrade. 54 Texas Speedway's Speedy Roof Before races started, the checkered flag had to be taken on the coating of the roof where the cameras are stationed. 70 New Concrete Reservoir Coating A crew in Taiwan had to work with heights, humidity, and a new coating when installing this large-scale liner. 78 Roof Domes for Days At the naval station at Pearl Harbor, the strategy to fix the crumbling barreled roof included a coated spray polyurethane foam (SPF) system. SPECIAL SECTION 60 Company ProFILE 2019 Get to know some of the key players around the coatings industry. ON THE COVER (A) This crew was in charge of a resinous flooring, polished concrete, and self-leveling underlayment for a highly titled basketball team. That's no small order. ~Photo courtesy of Hardig Industrial Services ON THE COVER (B) Try replacing the coated spray polyurethane foam (SPF) on a barrel-shaped roof at a naval base in Hawaii during the rainy season. That's what this crew was up against! ~Photo courtesy of Pacific Industrial Coatings, LLC 78 46

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