CCAI On-Line Training Videos Now Free To Members

Assortment of CCAI educational training videos can be accessed at anytime from anywhere at no charge to CCAI members.
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The Chemical Coaters Association International says its entire assortment of CCAI educational training videos can be accessed at anytime from anywhere at no charge to CCAI members.


Found on CCAI TV through CCAI’s website, the library of videos consists of educational presentations from industry experts designed to give you information and provide an understanding on a variety of industrial finishing technologies.  There are more than 20 videos in the current collection with additional selections being added frequently.


Videos can be viewed on an individual basis or as a packaged collection.  There are currently three collections available containing multiple videos. 


CCAI also has a series of free videos available from corporate members: KMI Systems’ Turn-Key Finishing Systems, IntelliFinishing’s Shuttle and how it works, Midwest Finishing’s video on “The Midwest Difference”, Nordson’s Purple Up Close and TTX’s Finishing System Overview.


To become a member to gain access, visit www.ccaiweb.com and click on the 'Join Now' button on the middle of the home page.  CCAI individual memberships are $95 per year and include a membership to the chapter of your choice.


All CCAI videos (with the exception of the Corporate Member videos) are copyrighted by The Chemical Coaters Association International and may not be copied, saved nor reproduced without written permission of CCAI.


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