Series 975 provides long-term insulation and corrosion protection, while offering high hydrophobicity, excellent heat and mechanical stability, low volatile organic compounds (VOCs), low-odor, and non-combustibility.
The award recognizes an individual for contributions to the advancement of the protective coatings industry. The Pioneer award honors Rosati’s 40+ years of service, and was presented to him during a ceremony held in December 2022.
PPG will continue to be the official paint of the NHL in the United States and Canada, and will participate as a sponsor of the 2023 Discover NHL Winter Classic® featuring the Pittsburgh Penguins versus the Boston Bruins. The PPG partnership will be visible in various ways, such as on-site activation, branded dasher boards, and in-stadium signage.
The Association for Materials Protection and Performance's new CEO will serve as a non-voting member of the AMPP and AMPP Global Center boards of directors, and is the chief staff officer of a team of 188 employees who are dispersed worldwide.
The Water Tank Color Designer presents an array of customizable options, including tank styles, paint colors, logos, icons, and fonts, and can even create multi-color designs, with different colors for various areas of the tank.
A municipal water tank in Bossier City, Louisiana, is this year’s winner. The water tank was selected by a panel of water tank enthusiasts based on artistic value, the significance of the tank to the community, and the challenges encountered during the project.
The number of coatings options available to end users may appear boundless, but it pales in comparison to the factors that suppliers and manufacturers must consider when developing goods including performance, appearance, protection, cost-effectiveness, and environmental compliance.
In order to meet the Paris Agreement’s net-zero by 2050 target, wind and solar electricity generation needs to increase by between 72.97-74.7%, according to the 2021 State of Climate Action Report. In order to support this seismic growth, leading edge repair and protection systems play a critical role in extending the lifespan of wind turbine blades and, therefore, supporting a net-zero future for the planet.