Pollution Control for Painting
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A Conversation With ... Mike Gallagher, Therma-Tron-X
Mike Gallagher is the sales manager at Therma-Tron-X in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and in June retired after a 40-plus-year career in the surface finishing industry.
A Conversation With ... Kevin Coursin, President of Engineered Finishing Systems
Kevin Coursin is president of Engineered Finishing Systems, a Chicago-area company that engineers, designs and builds paint and porcelain enamel finishing systems.
A Conversation With … William Goughenour
William Goughenour debuts this month as the new paint expert for Products Finishing. He is the Senior Coatings Analyst for the National Center for Coatings Application, Research, and Education (C-Care) in Virginia, which provides one of the most adv...
A Conversation With ... David Wentworth, Paint Pockets
David Wentworth is the VP of Marketing for Paint Pockets, the single-stage overspray arrestor company in Omaha, Neb.
A Conversation With … Mark Hebbeler
Marketing Manger, Anest Iwata
Fighting City Hall
At first, the comment about our coverage of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s fumbling of the new boiler and incinerator Clean Air Act rules was taken with a grain of salt.
Full of Energy
One thing I’ve continually heard over the past several months is the need for finishing facilities to become more energy efficient in order to hold down costs and run a leaner operation.