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 coatings 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.
- The next generation moisture cure polyurethanesby Mark Langdon on March 10, 2021 at 11:07 am
Perry Poppelaars, Director of Recoat UK Ltd, distributor for Steelpaint in the United Kingdom explains how Steelpaint, a German coatings manufacturer specialising in moisture cure polyurethanes, managed to reinvent MCPU technology and extend its life for the next decades to come. The post The next generation moisture cure polyurethanes appeared first on PCE International.
- Shaping a brighter futureby Mark Langdon on March 10, 2021 at 9:38 am
In Hempel's new strategy, Double Impact, Lars Peterssen, Group President & CEO, Hempel A/S, explains how Hempel has defined the timeframe and path for how the company can contribute to a brighter future with sustainable coating solutions. The post Shaping a brighter future appeared first on PCE International.
- The latest issue of PCE-International is now liveby Mark Langdon on March 10, 2021 at 9:14 am
In the issue Lars Peterssen, Hempel Group President & CEO, lays down the timeframe and path for how Hempel can contribute to a brighter future with sustainable coating solutions, extreme spraying in the Antarctic put Graco equipment to the test in the harshest of conditions, Safinah explains how a poor paint finish could cost €1 million per micron, and Steelpaint reinvents MCPU technology […]