Idabel, Oklahoma, Induron, PermaGloss, Landmark Structures, Wall Engineering

The city of Idabel, Oklahoma is the quintessential small town, with its roots dating back to 1902 and a population of just over 7,000. With any town, no matter the size, water towers serve a variety of purposes. These storage tanks in many cases serve as a source of pride, a beacon of sorts that towers over a local community.

Idabel, Oklahoma, Induron, PermaGloss, Landmark Structures, Wall Engineering
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Induron Protective Coatings recently assisted Landmark Structures, Wall Engineering, and the City of Idabel, OK on the completion of the city’s two elevated water tanks. The 500,000-gallon tanks were built at the same time but miles apart, requiring coordinated efforts to produce seamless construction.

Idabel, Oklahoma, Induron, PermaGloss, Landmark Structures, Wall Engineering
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The coating system for the towers was specified by Brandon Wall of Wall Engineering who chose Induron’s Fluorourethane. This two-component coating system features a new . With high gloss and , this system was chosen as the tank’s top coat.

Idabel, Oklahoma, Induron, PermaGloss, Landmark Structures, Wall Engineering
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Russell Hicks, Induron Sales Representative, describes, “The technology behind Perma-Gloss is superior compared to traditional urethanes. This simply means that it will perform longer and hold up better under UV exposure. Perma-Gloss is well-known for providing state-of-the- color and . In fact, it provides the best color and gloss retention of any readily-available industrial coating.”

Induron’s Perma-Gloss employs Lumiflon resin advanced technology. Lumiflon FEVE resin provides protection to surfaces, helping to prevent coating degradation at the hands of UV radiation, salt, and water. FEVE-based coatings contain anti-corrosion properties that maintain the coating’s structural integrity for decades.

information and photography courtesy of Induron Protective Coatings

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