SPI earned the recognition for the performance of SUPER THERM®, RUST GRIP® and ENAMO GRIP coatings at the Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge, also known as the Colorado River Bridge United/Anco Services, Joliet, Ill., for its work as the applicator on the project.
After extensive testing, the SPI Coatings were selected for the railings surrounding the observation deck on the Bridge, which expects 3 to 5 million visitors each year. No other coatings the level of corrosion protection, ease of application, and radiant heat reduction on the railings demonstrated by the SPI Coatings.
In submitting this project for recognition Pacific United/Anco Services, a member of The Brock Group, said, “A very unique coating system was used on the project call
product reflects 95% of radiation from the sun. That is why the Federal Highway Department chose this product. The extreme temperatures of the Arizona/Nevada desert averages 95 to 110 on most days, with UV exposure from the sun.
SSPC gives the E. Crone Knoy Award annually industrial coatings work that demonstrates include use of state-of-the-art techniques or products to creatively solve problems or provide long term service.
“We are thrilled to recognize these exceptional projects,” said JPCL editor who presented the awards at SSPC’s first annual meeting and awards program at SSPC2011 in Las
Vegas. “The range of craftsmanship, commitment and ingenuity displayed in these projects reflects the best of the best in our industry.”
SPI is a leader in corrosion protection and insulation coatings and individuals throughout the world some of the most demanding applications and conditions Super Therm® and Rust Grip® are registered trademarks of
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