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Thursday, June 5, 2014

True or false: Zinc coatings are sometimes applied to structural concrete, such as bridge piers, to provide galvanic protection to rebar.

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014
True or false: Recently developed deck restoration coatings are applied thick to cover splinters and cracks and to extend deck lifetimes by many years.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014
What is the term most widely used for the process of electrochemically controlling, accelerating, and enhancing the oxidation of aluminum?

Monday, June 2, 2014
What is the general name for materials designed to resist liquid water that has penetrated the exterior cladding of a building?

Friday, May 30, 2014
True or false: Scabbling produces a rougher profile on concrete than does air-abrasive blasting with sand.


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LEAD STOP®
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is a thick elastomeric coating that is made to be a long lasting barrier over lead-based paint. LEAD STOP® provides a protective barrier coat that seals and locks in lead that is contained in old lead-based paints on previously painted surfaces.


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LUMIFLON®FEVE Resins Are The Subject Of School Roof Restoration

Ideal for school roofs, LUMIFLON based coatings
can last up to 30 years
without fading, offering a low-maintenance solution
that retains color and gloss
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