Materials Performance

SEP 2018

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13 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE: VOL. 57, NO. 9 SEPTEMBER 2018 CONDENSATION AND CORROSION PROTECTION FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER SURFACES Tnemec's thermal insulating coating, Aerolon ® , helps reduce the formation of condensation by protecting cool metal substrates from warm, moist air. This coating is ideal for areas such as processing equipment, pipe galleries, and inside elevated tank columns and pedestals (dry) where frequent condensation is a safety and/or corrosion concern. When applied as a complete system with corrosion-resistant primer and durable topcoat, Aerolon can help reduce the frequency and severity of condensation, prevent problems associated with corrosion under insulation (CUI) and even offer a personnel protection barrier from hot surface temperatures. Learn more at tnemec.com/aerolon. the company, the new facility will strengthen its distribution model and allow for improved, efficient service to national accounts, company stores, and independent retailers across the United States. The project is expected to be com- pleted in May 2019. American Innovations Names New Vice President George Galaz. Energy infra- structure manage- ment company Ameri- can Innova- tions (AI) (Austin, Texas, USA) announced that George Galaz joined the company as vice president of sales and marketing. Based at the company's head- quarters, Galaz brings 20 years of domes- tic and international sales and marketing experience. During that time, he has been a leader in selling capital equipment, soft- ware, and services in the oil, gas, and power generation industries. In his new role, Galaz is responsible for helping drive the company's market growth and strengthening relationships with clients, all while adjusting sales and marketing strategies to exceed customers' needs. According to AI, Galaz is recognized in the industry for his ability to build teams. With a background in computer science, robotics, and artificial intelligence, Galaz has led sales and marketing teams for companies including Brush Turbo- Generators (Leicestershire, United King- dom); Intech Process Automation (Hous- ton, Texas, USA); Siemens (Munich, Germany); and Telvent, which is now part of Schneider Electric (Rueil-Malmaison, France). He is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, and has conducted busi- ness in more than 20 countries. NACE International offers more than 400 books covering every aspect of corrosion control in all industries. For more information, visit the NACE Store at www.nace.org/store.

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