• Scientists investigate Ice Resistant Coatings

    • By Staff
    • Added on Feb 08, 2024

    A team of researchers at the University of Michigan recently began researching ways to keep ice off solar panels, airplane wings and more, utilizing biological molecules that other living organisms use to survive in freezing temperatures. read more

  • My Pressures Aren’t Balanced, What’s the Problem?

    • By by Dudley J. Primeaux II, PCS, CCI
    • Added on Nov 30, 2023

    We see quite a few posts on various social media sites where questions arise related to non-balanced or non-equal spray pressures, the infamous “E24” error code, and what could be the problem. They have supposedly tried everything—cleaned the y-strainer, changed the spray gun, new mix chamber, etc. and still have the issue. Better yet, a picture is posted with the request of “HELP???” read more

  • No More Monkeying Around

    • By Danielle Macdonald
    • Added on May 29, 2020

    How protected coatings helped Zoo Miami keep their animals dry after a hurricane ripped through the city read more

  • Protecting Bridges

    • By Danielle Macdonald
    • Added on Nov 27, 2019

    How Protective Coatings are Helping Repair Bridges and Prevent Disasters read more

  • Oil Up

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Staff
    • Added on Sep 10, 2018

    Polyurea's water-resistant properties save the day for a primary petroleum company in Colombia. read more

  • Rhino Linings Announces Year End Promotion

    • Added on Dec 19, 2017

    Rhino Linings Corporation announced their year-end coupon – 20% off of all sprayed on applications. This coupon is available to all consumers at participating Rhino Linings dealerships within the United States and Canada. read more

  • GacoFlex S20 Solvent-Free 100% Silicone Achieves NSF P151 Certification

    • Added on May 08, 2017

    With water quality and quantity concerns on the rise across the US and around the world, local codes use NSF P151 as a requirement for rainwater catchment to allow the water to be used for potable water or landscape uses. Local plumbing code officials should always be consulted for current potable water requirements. read more