CLEVELAND – Pison Stream Solutions’ Defense Coatings business announced that its White Type III Topcoat powder coating meets the newest Type III military specification approval for CARC (chemical agent resistant coating) powder topcoats.

This CARC approval officially places Pison on the U.S. Government’s Qualified Products Database (QPD) by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Army Research Laboratory (ARL), which actively manages, tests and qualifies manufacturers who can produce military-specification coatings for various military applications. Notification was sent to Pison R&D in Greater Cleveland, Ohio, from the U.S. Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Army Research Laboratory.

“This validation and inclusion on the Qualified Products List (QPL) is the result of several years and tireless individuals’ talent — this solidifies our efforts for creating disruptive innovations. Pison is honored to be the first manufacturer to receive approval for CARC White Type III powder specification,” said Joseph James, CEO, Pison Stream Solutions.

Getting a seal of approval from the DoD on specs is a challenging, and a lengthy, process to meet U.S. Government scrutiny standards. Pison’s corporate sustainability values and innovative product development vision also falls in-line with this mission to create products that are environmentally friendly and safer for all members of the U.S. Armed Forces.

Pison Stream Solutions is a multi-platform highly engineered, innovative coatings and green technology research and development corporation. Founded in 2010, Pison holds numerous patents and continuously pilots disruptive technologies for specialized niche coatings. Pison operates from its Centre of Expertise and R&D Laboratory in Greater Cleveland, Ohio, and also from its World Trade Center Global Headquarters in New York City. Pison proprietary platforms provide superior application within wide-scale functional, original equipment, military, commercial manufacturing, furniture, and residential use. To learn more, visit