CoatingsPro Magazine

MAR 2018

CoatingsPro offers an in-depth look at coatings based on case studies, successful business operation, new products, industry news, and the safe and profitable use of coatings and equipment.

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COATINGSPRO MARCH 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 enjoyed Jon Cavallo's direct and to-the-point article, "How a Coatings Failure Analysis Works" (CoatingsPro, November 2018). After 36+ years in high-performance coatings, I have read two authors' articles that were so to the point/dead on that it caused me to write and say I hope the industry as a whole makes your article part of their education process. Keep up the good work, and I hope to read you again. Daryle Anderson Monroe, NC Mr. Anderson, Thanks for sharing your thoughts about Mr. Cavallo's article. We think his article is pertinent to all inspectors, amongst other players in the coatings field, and we're happy to have another article from him in this issue (page 82)! ~Editor Editor, I read CoatingsPro and the Roof Coatings supplement over the anksgiving weekend. Your editions and their quality continue to astound me. Congrats! Roy F. Schauffele Converse, TX Mr. Schauffele, Thank you for the thoughtf ul note! We strive to make each issue — our six reg ular issues and all supplements — applicable and up to date. Please continue to let us know if we can achieve that in any other ways. ~Editor Online Only Check out our online-only articles this month: How to increase the chances that your safety training will stick, coating the exhibit floor at the Buffalo zoo, working around a hot crude oil heater, and more! articles and Feature: Rebuild Failing Café Floor Closing for repairs can cut into any business's bottom line, especially when it's a café in a college town. at's why this crew had to work within a tight deadline not only to demo the failing tile floor but also to rebuild the kitchen with a cemen- titious urethane — coving included. ~Photo courtesy of Impact Floor Solutions, Inc. Feature: Roof Renovation: Is Elementary To get a passing grade for this roof, the crew, which won third place for the Commercial Roof category in CoatingsPro's inaugural Contractor Awards Program, had to replace moisture-laden areas and install a new coating system. ~Photo courtesy of RoofCARE

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