CoatingsPro Magazine

JAN 2018

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6 XX W W W.COATINGSPROMAG.COM SPECIAL SECTION In This Issue JANUARY 2018 VOL. 18, NO. 1 FEATURES NEVER AGAIN SECTION SPECIAL AIRCRAFT GROUNDED 72 94 The Case of the Spotted School Floors Naturally, it was the applicator's fault that the newly coated floors started to spot…or was it? 42 Fixing Brewery Floor Ales Fresh, subtle, and layered. Installing a dye-stained floor at an East Coast brewery and restaurant required exper- tise in the craft. 50 Hog Wild for Harley-Davidson Roof Recoating this metal roof made the contractor take the application equipment to a higher gear. 72 Epoxy System Takes Flight San Bernardino's Sheriff's Department brought in the big guns after two failed attempts to coat a concrete hangar. 78 High Grades for School's SPF Using spray polyurethane foam (SPF) and coatings gave a high R-value for the roof of a technical education building. 84 Holding Water on Steel Tank Shifting start times and correcting a missed task were the name of the game for this patient coatings crew. 57 Company ProFILE 2018 Get to know some of the key players around the coatings industry. ON THE COVER (A) Two new hangars for the Sheriff's Department at San Bernardino International Airport were coated not once but twice and still failing. Third time was the charm on this job! ~Photo courtesy of Sunbelt Flooring Inc. ON THE COVER (B) Motorcycles, customers, and a lake nearby a construction site is one way to "look for adventure." Add those to working on a roof recoat project and you're born to be wild! ~Photo courtesy of Freedom Coatings, LLC 50 72

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