Date: March 11, 2021 | Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm - 1 AIA Learning Unit (LU)
Presented by the Building Enclosure Council of Greater Detroit
In this course, participants will learn about the aesthetic performance of the most common types of topcoats, examine the effects of UV exposure on color and gloss retention, and learn how to select and specify finishes based on expected levels of performance. We will discuss the relevant industry consensus standards governing product selection, surface preparation requirements, and comparative material performance evaluations. Participants will also gain understanding of the complexities of specifying for maximum performance on environmentally sensitive projects.
• Learn how to select and specify high-performance coating products
• Learn how to interpret and utilize industry consensus standards of SSPC, NACE, ICRI, MPI, and ASTM in the specification process
• Understand surface preparation means and methods, and specification requirements.
• Discover how to specify VOC compliant material formulations without sacrificing performance.
Coating Consultant, Redox Coating Consultants, LLC
Buddy joined the Tnemec team in early 2013 covering South Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. Having spent more than fifteen years working his way up through the ranks of a specialty contracting firm in Pensacola, Florida before becoming a Tnemec representative, Buddy learned the ins-and-outs of many high-performance coating applications from the contractor’s point of view. He has utilized his first-hand knowledge of the contractor’s perspective to forge strong relationships with first quality applicators and to provide support to conscientious specifiers. Buddy has been an active member of CSI, ICRI, AIA and the Society of American Military Engineers throughout his career in the coatings industry.