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MAY 2015

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COATINGSPRO MAY 2015 83 alter the appearance of the concrete and does not form a flm, and it gives a non-slip substrate. It is perfect for any concrete, providing a superior seal and a natural look, as well as provid- ing superior water repellency. For more information, contact: Clemons Concrete Coatings, (615) 872-9099, www.ccc-usa.com Reader Inquiry # 3532 New Air Caps Introduced for Trophy Series Spray Guns Finishing Brands, manufacturer of Binks industrial fnishing equipment, has introduced two new air caps and additional confgurations for the Binks Trophy spray gun series. Now available through authorized Binks distribu- tors, the 39-H (for high volume low pressure, or HVLP) and 25-L (for low volume medium pressure, or LVMP) air caps are especially suited for the wood and transportation industries. Tese air caps provide best-in-class atomization, even pattern distribution with excellent speed for basecoats, clearcoats, enamels, stains, toners, lacquers, and other solvent-borne or waterborne materials and low to high solids. Constructed from anodized aluminum, Binks 39-H Trophy air cap is designed for use with wood, metal, general industrial, and plastic applications. Te pattern is 11–13" (28–33 cm) long with straight sides and rounded ends. Te 39-H is typically used for the pressure spraying of thin to medium viscosity materials, which require high quality atomization under HVLP pressures. Binks Trophy Series brings a unique combination of a light- weight, ergonomic design with robust engineering for use with a wide variety of coatings in diverse applications. For more information, contact: Binks, (800) 992-4657, www.binks.com Reader Inquiry # 3533 QC Low Voltage Pinhole Detector Te TQC Low Voltage Pinhole Detector enables you to inspect various coatings on conductive substrates for small defects, such as holidays and pinholes, using the wet sponge technique. New Products & Services MEGA RUST 2015 NAVAL CORROSION CONFERENCE JUNE 23-25, 2015 NEWPORT NEWS MARRIOTT, NEWPORT NEWS, VA www.navalengineers.org/MegaRust2015 What is Mega Rust? Mega Rust is an annual event that began in June 2005 and rotates among several locations to reach a broader audience and to best meet the needs of the U.S. Navy. This conference brings together government, military, owners, operators, shipyards, research facilities, and coatings manufacturers and suppliers to discuss issues pertinent to the preservation industry. Why Should You Attend? • Get insight from leaders in government and industry on how they are fghting corrosion and maintaining our Navy's ships • Sit in on any of the more than 25 technical and commercial presentations • Engage with companies and organizations in the exhibit hall and check out the next generation of corrosion-combatting technologies • Military and government attend for free! • Reduced rates for SSPC, NACE, SNAME and ASNE members are available **NEWS** Exhibit Sales Now Available Exhibit space for Mega Rust 2015 is now available. Visit the Mega Rust 2015 website to view the exhibit hall map and download the form to reserve your space. ASNE offers premium plus, premium and standard spaces. Space is limited and sells quickly, so reserve your booth today! Call for Papers Opens The Mega Rust 2015 Technical Committee has opened the call for papers for 2015. The committee is looking for papers and presentations with the latest information on corrosion control programs and efforts, implementation of recently approved processes, tools and materials, best practices and lessons learned, and unmet needs looking for near-term solutions. To view specifc topic areas of interest and upcoming deadlines visit the Mega Rust 2015 website. Wr i te in Re ad e r In q u ir y #206

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