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St. Louis, Missouri, March 6, 2018 – Carboline Technical Service has launched a series of informational and entertaining podcasts. In each episode the team discusses common industrial coatings and linings products, problems, solutions, and painting and testing techniques.
The podcasts are headed up by Carboline Technical Service Engineers Jack Walker and Paul Atzemis. They use their experiences in Technical Service, their history in the field, and the knowledge from their NACE Level 3 Peer certifications to help explain the industrial coating industry.
The first podcast was released in November 2017, and new ones go live every Monday morning. Topics range from Carboline product spotlights and new product announcements to industry standards from NACE, SSPC, and ASTM to what is required to make a successful tank lining recommendation. Their goal is to entertain and educate as they simplify and explain the complex world of industrial coatings.
When asked about the podcasts, Paul Atzemis said “We realized that a lot of the people in our industry spend a lot of time in their car. We wanted to provide information in a format that could be beneficial in these situations. What better way to brush up on a product? If you are going to talk to a customer about Carbomastic 94 you can listen to that episode on your way to that customer.”
You can access the Podcast Archive here, or follow these links to the podcasts:
Read the article from PaintSquareNews with the interview of Paul Atzemis and Jack Walker.
Carboline is a St. Louis-based coatings manufacturer with a global reach. The company, founded in 1947, produces high quality performance coatings, linings and fireproofing products in more than 20 manufacturing facilities around the world. Carboline's cutting-edge research and development center is a reflection of their commitment to remaining at the forefront of the protective coatings industry. For more information visit www.carboline.com.
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