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Coatings & Corrosion Control

SSPC Reaches

Half-Century Mark

Marking its 50th year of representa- tion for the coatings industry, SSPC:

The Society for Protective Coatings is hosting its International Conference and

Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn. at the

Opryland Hotel Convention Center.

Scheduled from November 12-16, 2000, the convention boasts seminar sessions, training courses, workshops, and net- working opportunities — enabling par- ticipants and exhibitors to make valu- able contacts.

SSPC 2000 plans to focus on topics of the day, including current trends in sur- face preparation and coatings; environ- mental, health and safety issues; project roles and responsibilities; and issues specific to the offshore/marine industry.

The conference's scheduled tutorials will provide valuable learning experi- ences focusing on: soluble salts; under- ground pipelines and storage facilities; thermal spray; concrete repair; and plur- al component spray equipment.

More than 3,500 participants from locations throughout the globe are expected to attend, representing areas

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October, 2000

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