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APC Global Transportation Sales Manager Jim DeChant said APC will use its ChemLINE® coatings technology to formulate and produce specialty rail linings that will be private-labeled to Strathmore, and sold within the Strathmore family of coatings. Strathmore will immediately introduce three new protective linings: STRATHOLINER® 7840, which offers chemical and high temperature resistance; STRATHOLINER® 7900, a high solids protective lining for application with plural component equipment that can be applied in one or two coats; and STRATHOLINER® 8050, an anti-static lining that provides conductive/static dissipating benefits.
“Strathmore already has a well-defined coatings product range for tank and hopper car applications under the respected STRATHOLINER® interior linings brand,” said Strathmore Director of Rail Sales and Southeast Industrial Sales Mike Wood. “Now with APC’s technologies, we will be adding new linings to our product offering that deliver an ultra-high level of performance against corrosion, and be able to handle a wide range of chemicals including Sulfuric Acid, Acetic Acid, 37% Hydrochloric Acid, Methylene Chloride, 50% Sodium Hydroxide and others.
“This new relationship with APC expands our opportunities in the rail market by giving us new, state-of-the art lining solutions for our customers. We offer a full-service, turnkey approach for every coatings segment of the rail industry. APC will support our efforts by providing technical expertise, cargo testing and laboratory approvals for various chemicals that our clients want to carry in these new STRATHOLINER® coating systems, so this is win-win situation for everyone involved.”
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