Limited parts, aging infrastructure and increasing frequency of severe weather incidents, plus rising demand for both carbon and renewable sources, are straining the energy infrastructure in the U.S. and around the world. The result is an increased risk of disruptive and hazardous power outages.
PPG's Kevin Braun vice president, global Industrial Coatings, was one of several thought leaders featured in a recent Coatings World article on the state of the industrial coatings industry, based on a report published by Grand View Research.
Did you know that buildings produce nearly 50% of global greenhouse gas emissions in the world and consume anywhere from 25% to 40% of energy usage - with demand growing exponentially?
The inception of non-stick coatings in the mid-20th century is closely intertwined with the history of color in cookware. Both have come a long way in the years since.
In March, PPG returned to the Inspired Home Show in Chicago to showcase our line of non-stick coatings for cookware and bakeware, including our latest sol-gel "ceramic" offering, PPG FUSION® Pro, made without any PFAS (polyfluoroalkyl substance).
Ever wonder how a smartphone responds to touch, why newer high-tech wallets help secure credit card data or how your car knows when you are not wearing your seatbelt? The answer is conductive coatings, and they are used in literally thousands of every-day consumer, aerospace, automotive, industrial and military applications.
Athletes are tough, so the equipment they use to train must be rugged, long-lasting and safe. Did you ever wonder about the protective coatings that keep them in peak operating performance and protected from sweat, corrosion, chipping and scratching?
Five years ago, Arsonsisi, an industrial coatings manufacturer based in Italy, developed a forwarded-thinking powder color palette for architectural applications, furniture and general finishing.