PCE International is a quarterly publication that continues to unite the International protective and marine coatings markets.

About PCE International

A magazine and digital platform for the coating’s user PCE International reaches the specifying engineers in consulting engineering firms, industrial painting contractors, engineers who select coatings or manage coatings programmes for industrial plants, pipelines, offshore structures, public works, facilities, storage tanks and other industrial structures. Also coatings work managers at steel fabrication shops and shipyards and industrial and marine coatings manufacturers.

PCE readers work with coatings for steel and concrete in these industries, marine, offshore, chemical and petrochemical, renewables, public works, pulp and paper, nuclear and conventional power, transportation, metals and mining, pipeline, food and pharmaceutical.

Latest News

  • Water-based in new wave
    by Online Editor on March 24, 2020 at 11:31 am

    A new wave of water-based paint is being launched by AkzoNobel which is designed to usher in the next evolution in superior metal protection. Hammerite Ultima is suitable for use on all types of metal and provides a supreme protective barrier. It can also be applied directly onto any metal surface – as well as [...] The post Water-based in new wave appeared first on PCE International.

  • New solvent-free epoxy for ballast tanks
    by Online Editor on March 24, 2020 at 10:46 am

    Following many years of extensive prototype trials in field tests, Chugoku Marine Paints, Ltd., (CMP) is ready to launch a new solvent-free epoxy coating that can be applied to water ballast tanks (WBT) with standard application equipment that meets new Korean regulations under the Atmospheric Environment Conservation Act for the management of volatile organic compounds [...] The post New […]

  • Drone painters take flight
    by Online Editor on March 17, 2020 at 11:23 am

    Florida-based Apellix and AkzoNobel are collaborating on a computer-controlled spray painting drone. Apellix’s custom-built drone is tethered to the ground for its power and coating supply, but has the freedom to fly autonomously depending on the area to be coated. Why do we say this is a smart solution? It uses unique software flight control [...] The post Drone painters take flight […]