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Recent Advances In Water-based Coatings Technologies

Date: November 16, 2023 | Time: 11:00 AM MST

In a society that strives to reduce its environmental impact, water-based coatings are growing in popularity. Historically, solvent-based products have outperformed water-based coatings in some service environments, but advances in coating technology have allowed for higher-performing water-based alternatives on the market.

In this webinar, we will discuss some of the previous misconceptions surrounding water-based coatings and how newer formulations of these materials can provide a multitude of advantages over their solvent-based counterparts. Also, much discussion will be laid out as to how these materials can provide a more sustainable solution while not compromising service life.

Lastly, commentary will be provided on some of the applications where these materials are now appropriate, including potable water immersion service and exterior environments where top-level color and gloss retention performance is coveted.

Changes to NSF Std 61 and AWWA D102: An Asset Management Based Approach to Coatings Selection 

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On Tuesday, October 18, at 1:00 p.m. CST (2:00 p.m. EST), presenters Randy Moore, Tnemec Director of Sales and AWWA board Vice President, and Brian Cheshire, Tnemec Director of Sales for the Water/Wastewater Market, will detail the upcoming changes in NSF/ANSI/CAN Std. 61 regulations in regards to potable water linings for water tanks and treatment infrastructure.

This webinar will cover the changes in extractable criteria, the impact it will have on the industry, and the Tnemec products available now to meet these new regulations. 

To attend this complimentary webinar and earn 1 LU/HSW 

WEBINAR SERIES: The Specifier's Toolkit

Webinar 1 : 5 Lessons Specifiers Need to Learn in their First 5 Years

Program Description:

As a specifier, it’s tough to know it all. But, in this webinar, we’ll highlight a few helpful tips to increase your knowledge and grow your reputation as a well-respected, trusted specification writer. Attendees will learn tricks from our panel of fellow specification enthusiasts as they cover topics that are important for anyone updating and writing specs, especially those still in the early years of their career. This free webinar will be hosted by Tnemec Company, Inc., with insights from Kent McLaughlin, Technical Director and Principal of Populous, and Susan Bliss, Specifier and Principal with Spec Services, LLC.

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Webinar 2 : Preparing Sustainable Specifications

Program Description:
Construction projects following environmental rating system guidelines are great for sustainability, but they can sometimes be tedious and confusing for specifiers. This webinar will provide attendees with valuable information on preparing sustainable specifications for LEED v4.1, Living Building Challenge and other environmental programs. This free webinar will be hosted by Tnemec Company, Inc., and presented by Mark Kalin, President, and Jay Ford, Associate, of Kalin Associates.

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