The Use Of High Performance Coatings Systems On Bridges Around The World

Castle Bridge, Finzels Reach, Bristol, UK, Photography Temple Point Finzels Reach
FEVE fluoropolymer topcoats have been used in Japan for nearly four decades. Over the years, the material has been seen as the superior topcoat system in the bridge market due to numerous advantages. As a result, most bridges in Japan are coated with this technology. Some of these bridges, which were coated over 30 years ago, still showcase excellent color and gloss retention. Gaining momentum, this technology is utilized on bridges around the world.

Hot Springs Water Tower Boasts Colorful Design With Durable Coatings System

City of Hot Springs, Arkansas, Water Tank, Tnemec Company
The City of Hot Springs, Arkansas constructed a 200-foot water tank, the first in 50 years. The city sought a local artist for the tank’s design commissioning Ryan Kahler Rooney. His piece, "Welcoming Hills of Hot Springs,” adorns the massive tank as he describes, “I wanted to say welcome to Hot Springs, welcome home. That's kind of where it all came from."

90’s Water Tank In Grafton, Ohio Gets Massive Rehabilitation With Long Life Coating System

The Village of Grafton, Ohio, Water Tank, Tnemec Company
The Grafton elevated water tower has provided water services to the community of Grafton, Ohio since the 1990’s. Serving the residents, businesses, and even local Grafton Village Fire Department, the tank has been continuously exposed to the climatic conditions of northwest Ohio. And in 2019, the city secured a grant to rehabilitate to aging tank.