Newsletter Archive

Below is a listing of some of our past newsletters in PDF format.

2018 Issues

May 2018 – Volume 10, Issue 4- U.S. Navy Selects CeramAlloy HTP & HTL to Repair Uptake Hatches on Vertical Missile Launch Systems

April 2018 – Volume 10, Issue 3 - Steel Mill Submersible Pumps Protected With CHEMCLAD

February 2018 – Volume 10, Issue 2 - Are Your Chillers Open For Inspection
January 2018 – Volume 10, Issue 1 - Industrial Manufacturer Specifies Metalclad & Flexiclad for New & Used Blower Casings

2017 Issues

December 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 14 - ENECON Coatings Protect New Clarifier at Canadian Iron Mill
November 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 13 – Pump Bases Rebuild with ENECON Polymers
November 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 12 - University Water Leaks Solved with ENECON Polymers
October 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 11 – CeramAlloy Used to Repair & Protect 35 year Old Chiller
October 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 10 – METALCLAD Repairs Leaking Sewage Pipe Couplings
September 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 9 – Municipality Uses Enecrete & Eneclad to Rescue Pump Room Floors
September 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 8 – EneSeal Solves Corrosion Problems on Critical Electrical Switchgear Cabinets
June 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 7 – ChemClad SC approved for Potable Water Applications
May 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 6 – repairs Francis Turbine Wicket Gates
May 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 5 – Coatings protect Museum from water damage
April 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 4 – Coatings restores Panama Canal Tugboat Pump
April 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 3 – Sludge pump protected with ENECON Coatings
February 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 2 – High Temp. Coating used to protect Pulp & Protect Equipment
January 2017 – Volume 9, Issue 1 – Chemical Company Repairs & protects Concrete Storage Tank

2016 Issues

December 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 11 - Florida Pump Canal Station Uses ENECRETE & CHEMCLAD To Save Concrete Floors
November 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 10 -
Correded Steel Cooling Tower Support Beams Are Protected With ENESEAL CR
November 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 9 -
Chemical Plant Concrete Repaired & Protected
October 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 8 – Vertical Sewer Water Pump Repair Saves Florida Municipality Over $60k
September 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 7 – CHEMCLAD SC NSF Approved for Plant in New Jersey
August 2016- Volume 8, Issue 6 – Staircase Repair at Local High School
June 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 5 – Pump Pedestals, Chemical Sumps, Protected with ENECON Coatings
June 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 4 - Municipal Water Tank Coated
May 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 3 – Cooling Tower Supply Line Repaired
March 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 2 - Coating Protection Applied to Chemical Containment Area
Feb 2016 – Volume 8, Issue 1 - A Utility 30″ Salt Water Line Repaired Using Carbon Fiber

2015 Issues

Dec 2015  - Volume 7, Issue 11 – ‘Tis the Season for Chiller Maintenance
Dec 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 10 – Coated Impellers Look Like New After 10 Years in Salt Water Service
Nov 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 9 – Exterior of Fuel Tank Protected with Eneseal CR
Oct 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 8 – Sealed and Storm-Proofed Electrical Switchgear Cabinets
July 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 7 - Carbon Fiber DuraWrap Restores 60 year Old Pump Casing
June 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 6 – Enecon Protects Electrical Equipment Exposed to Environmental Damage
May 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 5 – Electrical Utility Sub Stations Corrosion Protection
April 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 4 – Gas Plant Exhaust Stack Protected with Enecon
March 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 3 – Nitrogen Plant Uses ENECON Epoxy Floor
Feb 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 2 - Nuclear Circ Pump Casing Protected with ENECON
Jan 2015 – Volume 7, Issue 1 – Coatings Protect Surfaces of Vac-Truck

2014 Issues

Dec 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 11 – “Tis the Season” for Chiller Maintenance
Nov 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 10 – Concrete Needs Protection Before Winter Freeze Damage
Oct 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 9 – Repair Concrete Before the Winter’s Freeze Damage
Sept 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 8 – Cooling Tower Corrosion Solution
June 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 7 - Cavitation damage on Francis Turbine solved with ENECON
May 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 6 - Saltwater Booster Pump Piping Restored
April 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 5 – Mass Transit Operator uses EneSeal to Stop Leaks
March 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 4 – Power Company Protects Switchgear Cabinet Roofs Using EneSeal
Feb 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 3 – Steel Mill Water Main Repaired Using Durawrap
Feb 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 2 – Utility Reclaims Pump with Ceramalloy
Jan 2014 – Volume 6, Issue 1 – Utility Protects Gas Line with Corrosion-Resistant Coating

2013 Issues

Dec 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 13 – ‘Tis the Season for Chiller Maintenance
Nov 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 12 - Concrete Base of 37 Ton Transformer Repaired
Oct 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 11 – Pharmaceutical Rooftop Air Handler Sealed
Oct 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 10 – EneSeal CR Protects & Seals Corrugated Roof
Sept 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 9 – University Boiler Stack Repaired & Coated
July 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 8 – Hospital Solves Health & Safety Concerns Sealing Leaking Seams
June 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 7 – Food Manufacturer Uses CeramAlloy to Repair and Protect Chillers
June 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 6 - Above Ground Storage Tank Inspection & Repair
June 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 5 - Enecon Repairs Power Plant Spool Piece with CeramAlloy
April 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 4 - Roof Air Handler Corrosion Eliminated
March 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 3 – Wrapping Up Your HVAC Equipment Maintenance Season
Feb 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 2 - Steel Mill Selects ENECON for Abrasion Resistance
Jan 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 1 - “Tis the Season” for Chiller Maintenance

2012 Issues

Dec 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 11 - Sealing Refrigerant Leaks in Tubesheets
Oct 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 10 - 30 Year Old Compressor Casing Restored
Sept 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 9 – Municipal Concrete Water Tank Sealed
July 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 8 - New Polymer for Rubber & Flexible Repairs
June 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 7 – Rescue of Critical Transmission Tower
May 2012 -Volume 4, Issue 6 – Critical Pump Rebuilt Rather than Replaced
April 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 5 – HYDRO Dam Tainter Gates Corrosion Repaired
March 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 4- Coatings Protect HVAC Equip.& Save Money
February 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 3 – Concrete Ceiling Repaired and Protected
January 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 2 - Waterproofing Electrical Switchgear Cabinets
January 2012 – Volume 4, Issue 1 – Critical Leaking Fire Main Sealed & Repaired

2011 Issues

November 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 9- HVAC Bolt on Hinge Eliminates Rigging, Improves Safety
October 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 8 - Repairing and Protecting Chillers from Corrosion Damage
September 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 7- Cooling Tower Upgrade Restores Efficiency
August 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 6 – Cell Tower Concrete Support Repaired
July 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 5 – 16″ Condenser Discharge Pipe Repaired
May 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 3 – ENECON Repairs Cooling Tower Supply Line
April 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 3 – DuraQuartz Solves Safety Concerns at Major U.S. Manufacturer
February 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 2 – Satisfied Clients Recognize CeramAlloy’s Benefits
January 2011 – Volume 3, Issue 1 – HVAC Mfg Specifies ENECON for New Machines

2010 Issues

November 2010 – Volume 1, Issue 11 – Severe Corrosion Raises the Temperature!
October 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 10 – Carbon Fiber Saves Main Waste Water Pipe
July 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 9 – Flexiclad Repairs Cavitated Pump in Puerto Rico
June 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 8 – Shower Stalls Repaired and Resurfaced with the Enecrete DuraFill System
May 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 7 – Enecreteand Eneseal Bring Hospital Staircase “Back to Life”
May 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 6 – Columbian Greenhouse Eliminates Mineral Scale Build-up on Boilers
April 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 5 – Skyscraper Cooling Tower Corrosion Problems… No Match for CHEMCLAD!
March 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 4 – 48 Year Old Absorption Chiller’s Useful Life Extended
February 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 3 – NE Power Plant Selects CeramAlloy Pipe Wrap System
February 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 2 – 40 Year Old Sewage Tank Undergoes Major Refurbishment with CHEMCLAD SC
January 2010 – Volume 2, Issue 1 – U.S. Navy Saves $37,000 on Emergency Heat Exchanger Repairs

2009 Issues
December 2009 – Volume 1, Issue 1 – Are Your Chillers Open for Inspection?