Sherwin-Williams strengthens linings team
Published by Laura Dean,
Tanks and Terminals,
Specialist leader Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings has appointed a recognised industry expert to lead its service in protective linings.
Michael Harrison joins the organisation as Global Product Director for Linings and leads a dedicated team offering advice and solutions for protective linings in oil and gas, mining, power and water markets.
As part of its oil and gas services offering, Michael leads a team specialising in tank and pipe linings protection for terminal and refinery installations with local technical expertise available worldwide. Michael said: “We can offer the expertise of a global organisation with the local knowledge and service at the same time. This is an exciting proposition and our team has the capability of helping our customers at every step of the way from evaluation through to product development and delivery.”
Michael’s experience over the course of his career extends to 30 years in linings development and business support services worldwide. He is also a National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) Level 2 Inspector.
For the oil and gas industry, tank linings are designed to withstand chemical resistance, high temperature and high pressure and mechanical abrasion, and they can be adapted by Sherwin-Williams’ experts for for many types of applications depending on needs.
The diverse range of protective lining products offered by Sherwin-Williams are tailor-made to each specification and combine exceptional anti-corrosive performance with effective chemical resistance.
With a NACE-trained workforce highly trained in corrosion control, and with more than 150 years of coatings industry experience, Sherwin-Williams experts offer market-specific knowledge to evaluate, recommend and deliver the highest level of performance coatings and linings to protect customer assets worldwide.
Read the article online at: https://www.tanksterminals.com/storage-tanks/20032019/sherwin-williams-strengthens-linings-team/
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