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D+D Education Series Webinar: Removing Coatings from Masonry Substrates

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D+D Education Series Webinar: Removing Coatings from Masonry SubstratesSponsored by ARMEX® Blast Media Register Now

Wednesday, May 15, 2013; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern
Cost: FREE

The removal of paint from masonry substrates is challenging. The advantages and disadvantages of various methods of removal are presented with suggestions provided on matching the method of removal to building-specific conditions. This webinar is an update of a 2010 webinar presented on the same topic.
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Presenter:

Ken Trimber, President
KTA-Tator, Inc.

Kenneth A. Trimber is the President of KTA-Tator, Inc. Mr. Trimber has 40 years of experience in the industrial painting field. He holds a BS from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, is a NACE Certified Coatings Inspector, an SSPC Protective Coatings Specialist, and is certified at a Level III nuclear coating inspection capability in accordance with ANSI N45.2.6. He is a Past President of SSPC, is a member of the Standards Review Committee, and is Chairman of the SSPC Commercial Coatings Committee, SSPC Surface Preparation Committee, and the SSPC Containment Task Group. He is a Past Chairman of ASTM D1 on Paints and Related Coatings, Materials, and Applications, and authored The Industrial Lead Paint Removal Handbook.

Sponsor:

ARMEX® Blast Media

ARMEX® Blast Media, the baking soda-based abrasive line, manufactured by Church & Dwight Co., Inc. makers of ARM & HAMMER products, offers over 10 formulas specially engineered for your application and your budget. Used with a full range of delivery systems, from air driven pressure vessels to slurry blast systems, to simple pressure washer attachments, ARMEX will provide cost effective and environmentally superior results for cleaning and depainting. It can be effectively used on a variety of surfaces including steel, aluminum, brick, block, cement, concrete and other building materials, even wood and glass. It is excellent for mold and fire restoration projects, salvaging and deodorizing properties once considered total losses. It is also a superior surface preparation method for framing before the application of anti-microbial coatings. ARMEX is sold worldwide through a network of independent distributors. For a distributor referral or additional information contact us at 1-800-332-5424 or www.armex.com


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