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MAY 2016

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72 MAY 2016 COATINGSPROMAG.COM protection in the interphase, liquid phase, and vapor phase. VpCIs do not alter emulsion properties, require little or no surface preparation, and do not interfere with operation of mechanical components. Te brochure highlights three main areas in need of corrosion solutions: infrastructure, layup of criti- cal spares, and equipment operations. For more information, contact: Cortec, www.cortecdesalination.com Reader Inquiry #3606 Revolutionary New Weather- Forecasting Technology Company Launches Globally MetLoop LLC is a revolutionar y new company created by a team of meteo- rologists, technolog y and building contractors, and seasoned executives who detected a huge f law in current weather-forecasting companies… and decided to fi x it. " We have taken a unique approach to weather forecasting and analysis," says Jay Southerland, CEO of MetLoop, which officially launched Jan. 25. " We have re-pur posed militar y-grade technol- og y for the civilian market, bringing a new level of accuracy and speci- ficity that does not currently exist w ith many other weather-technol- og y providers." W hat differentiates MetLoop from other weather-forecast- ing companies is this: Severe weather forecasts and alerts are ty pically broad based, covering large geograph- ical areas that include many people and buildings that are not impacted despite receiving weather alerts. T his is because the alerts are based on algorithms that are not designed to be highly specific and often miss smaller weather events altogether. MetLoop is the only company that only uses meteorologists who are both militar y-trained and Next- Generation R adar (NEXR A D)-certified. MetLoop works in conjunction w ith a variety of industries and companies, includ- ing insurance companies, building contractors, utility and energ y compa- nies, manufacturers, and suppliers. For more information, contact: MetLoop, w w w.MetLoop.com Reader Inquiry #3607 New & Noteworthy froof @FRSAExpo More Info 800-767-3772 ext. 100 | janette@foridaroof.com #FRSAExpo16 Join us for the LARGEST regional expo in the industry! FRSA's 94th Annual Convention and the Florida Roofng & Sheet Metal Expo • Continuing Education Seminars • FREE Welcome Reception for All • S.T.A.R. Awards and After-Party • Daily Cash Prizes • Silent and Live Auctions • Golf, Fishing and Clay Tournaments • Ladies' and Kids' Programs June 16-18, 2016 Hyatt Regency Orlando and the Orange County Convention Center www.FloridaRoof.com Wr i te in Re ad e r In q u ir y #333

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