NSF, the international organization certifying water-related products for consumer safety, recently approved LifeLast’s NSF (-61) products for even thicker one coat application. Now NSF linings and coatings from LifeLast can be sprayed or rolled up to 250 mils in one pass. These high build characteristics allow applicators to quickly encapsulate welds, rivets, and edges. So go ahead, lay it on thick!
Isn’t it great when making the “right” choice is also the easy thing to do? Are you aware you can choose a 100% solids, VOC-free polyurethane with 64% biological content? It’s true! LifeLast DuraShield 310 (regular and NSF) are USDA Certified Biobased Products. The US Department of Agriculture’s BioPreferredSM Program includes a labeling system that provides the information needed to choose environmentally responsible products that are more than 50% “biobased”… meaning made from renewable agricultural (plant, animal, and marine) materials or forestry materials. Certified products are tested to verify their biological content. That means public and private sector alike can support Mother Earth without compromising on quality or paying a premium; choose DuraShield 310. Learn more on our BioPreferred page.
The wealth of resources continue to grow on LifeLast’s Technical Data page. Last month, new Technical Data Sheets were released for the DuraShield 210, 310, & JARS repair kits. Curious about cure times, recoat windows, physical properties, or just how to determine which product is right for your application? LifeLast TDS’s provide the answers.
Once you’ve gathered the facts, you’ll need a top-notch applicator to get the job done. Just released is the latest list of organizations certified to apply LifeLast products. Several offer mobile operations, so if you don’t see one near your project, call LifeLast for assistance. We’re here to help!
LifeLast’s defending champion team (Jeff Buratto, Ian McFatridge, John Bambei – Denver Water Board and Larry Swim – Northwest Pipe) were dethroned at this year’s ASCE Pipelines Conference Golf Tournament. The July 27th tournament rounded out the annual gathering that took place in Seattle, WA. McFatridge, who chaired the event, passed the bragging rights to the team of CH2M Hill’s Doug Jenkins and Walt Schwarz, PCCI’s Barney Lubetkin, & John Bush of Puget Sound Coatings. The LifeLast team did manage the runner-up slot. Third place accolades went to Northwest Pipe’s Russ Lascink and William Ast who partnered with Mike Ambroziak and Rudy Vigilia of HDR. LifeLast is proud to be a part of this annual gathering of the industry’s pipeline engineering community and has every intention of seeking to recapture their title at next year’s conference in Miami, FL.