What to Expect from a Coating Inspector

June 2017, Vol. 244, No. 6

By Michael Harkin, President, FeO, Virginia Beach, VA

A critical part in any corrosion-control program is regular inspection of industrial coatings by certified third-party inspectors. This article explains why coating inspections are necessary, what they entail and why it is important for asset owners to take control of quality assurance. With many of the goods and services we buy, quality is simply expected. It’s an aspect of good business that’s simply taken for granted. You’d expect a reputable mechanic to get your car running again, for instance, or that your favorite restaurant will keep serving up the kind of food you’ve come to…

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