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AZZ Opens Powder Coating Facility in Texas

Published on 2017-06-01. Author : SpecialChem

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AZZ Opens Powder Coating Facility in Texas

AZZ has announced the opening of its first powder coating operation. The new facility will feature PowderGALV® technology for duplex metal coating and a sixty-foot cure oven adjacent to the Company’s existing hot dip galvanizing plant in Crowley, Texas.

Initiative to Expand Metal Coatings Business


Tim Pendley, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of AZZ Metal Coatings, commented, “Powder coating is an important strategic initiative for AZZ that expands the offerings in our metal coatings business. Our customers will now have additional options including broadened corrosion protection and the ability to deliver on projects with specialized color requirements.”

“As the largest North American galvanizer with 41 plants, we believe powder coating can help us to expand our reach into another segment of the metal corrosion protection market allowing our customers to be even more efficient in servicing their end-user customers. We are dedicated to expand our metal corrosion capabilities, expand our addressable markets and continue to leverage our unmatched quality and superior customer service”.

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