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JUL 2018

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COATINGSPRO JULY 2018 53 the product. To prevent microbial buildup, the tanks are period- ically drained and chemically cleaned via built-in spray nozzles (manways remain closed). Improper techniques, wrong chemi- cals, and mistakes can shorten the life of the lining system. Ritter also ensured the brewery workers knew that help was only a phone call away if questions arose. Safety officer Clark was pleased with the way the Enerfab PC&L and local crews worked together to complete this four-and-a-half-month job without incident. "We started this project with an outstanding safety record and finished the same," Clark said. "It's not easy to do, working in confined spaces inside an operational facility. Our philosophy is that if we can't perform a quality job safely, we won't perform it. It was a great job." Hartgraves is very satisfied with the crew's performance. ey worked hard in a cold, active brewery and overcame a slow start to finish on time. "We specialize in a very niche market, so we're very positive about the product and service we provided," Hartgraves said. "I'm certain this coating system will allow the brewery to produce great beer for years to come." Ritter is also happy about her crew's strong finish and believes she received the highest possible compliment from the brewery owners. "On the last day during the close-out meeting, they told me we had taken care of all their expectations and that they were satisfied," Ritter said. "ey also said they'd keep us in mind for their next project." Ritter declined to say whether the brewery then offered her a frosty one, but either way, that's a warm response! CP Brewery Tank Recoat VENDOR TEAM American Lock Co. by Master Lock LLC Safety equipment manufacturer 6744 S Howell Ave. Oak Creek, WI 53154 (800) 464-2088 www.masterlock.com BlastOne International Material manufacturer 4510 Bridgeway Ave. Columbus, OH 43219 (800) 999-1881 www.blastone.com Dayton Electric Mfg. Co. via Grainger Equipment manufacturer 5959 West Howard St. Niles, IL 60714 (800) 323-0620 www.grainger.com DeFelsko Corp. Equipment manufacturer 802 Proctor Ave. Ogdensburg, NY 13669 (800) 448-3835 www.defelsko.com EnTech Industries Equipment manufacturer 1109 10th St. NE East Grand Forks, MN 56721 (800) 733-5384 www.entechindustries.com Graco Inc. Equipment manufacturer 88 11th Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN 55413 (612) 623-6000 www.graco.com Marco Group Equipment manufacturer 3425 East Locust St. Davenport, IA 52803 (800) 252-7848 www.marcousa.com Munk + Schmitz Coatings manufacturer Oberflächentechnik GmbH & Co. KG Poller Kirchweg 92-104, 51105 Cologne, Germany +49 221 839080 www.munk-schmitz.de Nova by RPB Safety Safety equipment manufacturer 2807 Samoset Rd. Royal Oak, MI 48073 (866) 847-5384 www.rpbsafety.com Schmidt by Axxiom Manufacturing, Inc. Equipment manufacturer 11927 S Hwy. 6 Fresno, TX 77545 (800) 231-2085 www.axxiommfg.com Sunbelt Rentals Equipment distributor 2341 Deerfield Dr. Fort Mill, SC 29715 (800) 667-9328 www.sunbeltrentals.com Tyvek by DuPont Safety equipment manufacturer 5401 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Richmond, VA 23234 (800) 931-3456 www.tyvek.com Werner Co. Equipment manufacturer 93 Werner Rd. Greenville, PA 16125 (888) 523-3371 www.wernerco.com DUST F R E E Significant cost reduction Stable process/consistent surface roughness resulting in optimum adhesion Up to 70X greater durability than mineral abrasives Re ad e r In qui r y at co ati n g sp ro m a g.co m /i n q07 18

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