199 episodes

Carboline Technical Service Director, Paul Atzemis, and Product Line Manager, Jack Walker, discuss common industrial coatings and linings products, problems, solutions, and painting and testing techniques. They use their experiences in Technical Service, their history in the field, and the knowledge from their NACE Level 3 Peer certifications to help explain the industrial coating industry.

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    • 4.9 • 39 Ratings

Carboline Technical Service Director, Paul Atzemis, and Product Line Manager, Jack Walker, discuss common industrial coatings and linings products, problems, solutions, and painting and testing techniques. They use their experiences in Technical Service, their history in the field, and the knowledge from their NACE Level 3 Peer certifications to help explain the industrial coating industry.

    CTSP Bonus Episode - A Conversation with Chris Tiernay

    CTSP Bonus Episode - A Conversation with Chris Tiernay

    Carboline's President and Chief Operating Officer, Chris Tiernay, joins Jack and Paul to discuss the company's past, present, and future in this very special episode. Oh, and the trio also announce the podcast's new name and direction!


    0:00 – Intro
    1:00 – Introduction to Chris Tiernay
    2:00 – Carboline’s history
    4:23 – Raw materials and supply chain
    7:05 – Carboline’s future
    11:53 – The future of the Tech Service Podcast
    14:48 – Outro

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    CTSP Episode 200 - A Look Back...

    CTSP Episode 200 - A Look Back...

    In this special episode of the Carboline Tech Service Podcast, Jack and Paul celebrate reaching 200 episodes by taking a look back at some of the on-air highs (and lows) throughout the past few years.

    0:00 – Intro
    2:05 – Highlight #1: Shooting Jim Rippe out of a cannon
    5:53 – Highlight #2: Galvanizing vs. inorganic zinc
    9:03 – Highlight #3: The spheres are pretty
    9:58 – Highlight #4: The differences between fire protection standards
    12:35 – Highlight #5: Alien acid and baked phenolics
    13:50 – Highlight #6: AWWA D102 - Inside coating systems
    17:59 – Highlight #7: A voicemail from HR
    19:27 – Highlight #8: CUI and ISO 19277
    22:08 – Closing thoughts
    23:22 – Highlight #9: A voicemail from EHS

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    CTSP Episode 199 - Specifications Pt. 3: An Engineer's Perspective

    CTSP Episode 199 - Specifications Pt. 3: An Engineer's Perspective

    Cortney Chalifoux, PhD, PE, PCS, Coatings Program Manager at Pond & Company, joins Jack and Paul to close out their series on specifications. They discuss the significance of having the right specification and explore what engineers see as the most crucial part of a specification (SPOILER ALERT: It's the whole thing).

    0:00 – Intro and important announcement
    1:53 – Introduction to Cortney Chalifoux and Pond Engineering
    3:27 – Why specifications are necessary
    4:32 – Why following the proper specification is critical
    5:24 – The most important part of a specification for engineers
    6:28 – The general portion of a specification
    7:00 – The products portion of a specification
    8:37 – The execution portion of a specification
    9:33 – Wrap up

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    • 10 min
    CTSP Episode 198 - Specifications Pt. 2: A Contractor's Perspective

    CTSP Episode 198 - Specifications Pt. 2: A Contractor's Perspective

    Kevin Kipp, Co-Owner, Project Manager, and Estimator at Hardig Industrial Services, joins Jack and Paul to weigh in on their ongoing discussion on specifications. They explore the process of matching contractors with projects and products based on their competencies and the importance of talking through specifications during pre-job conferences.

    0:00 – Intro
    1:03 – Introduction to Kevin Kipp and Hardig Industrial Services
    2:31 – What contractors look for in specifications
    4:41 – Frequent issues with specifications
    6:37 – The importance of contractor selection based on specifications
    8:57 – Matching contractors with products
    10:21 – Standards and training protocols for contractors
    12:47 – The importance of pre-job conferences
    15:06 – Wrap up

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    • 15 min
    CTSP Episode 197 - Specifications Pt. 1: A Manufacturer's Perspective

    CTSP Episode 197 - Specifications Pt. 1: A Manufacturer's Perspective

    Engineering Sales Manager Jeremy Sukola is back to cover the basics of specification writing with Jack and Paul. They discuss the three primary parts of a specification and the benefits of including manufacturers in the writing process.

    0:00 – Intro
    3:01 – The main authority for specification writing
    4:20 – The three parts of a specification
    4:58 – Specification Part 1: General & scope of work
    7:01 – How improper specifications impact coatings
    8:02 – The 4 C’s of writing a specification
    8:53 – Specification Part 2: Products
    13:24 – The value of including manufacturers in the specification writing process
    14:05 – Specification Part 3: Execution
    17:01 – Wrap up

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    • 18 min
    CTSP Episode 196 - CarboNext

    CTSP Episode 196 - CarboNext

    Vice President of Marketing Melissa Molitor joins Jack and Paul to discuss Carboline’s new young professionals' program, CarboNext. The trio explores the need for more education and networking opportunities for young professionals in the corrosion industry and how CarboNext can be a valuable resource.


    0:00 – Intro
    1:15 – Intro to CarboNext
    1:52 – Why we started CarboNext
    3:03 – Carboline’s dedication to education
    3:38 – The need for programs like CarboNext
    4:42 – How to get involved in CarboNext
    6:04 – How CarboNext is different from other programs
    6:59 – CarboNext on LinkedIn
    7:38 – CarboNext at trade shows
    8:34 – More exciting Carboline marketing news
    10:03 – Wrap up

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    • 10 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

T.M.OBrien ,

The Best Coatings Podcast

This is the most informative and entertaining Protective Coatings podcast out there. These guys share their expertise for free, and it’s worth listening to. They cover every aspect of the paint world without plugging their own company. Simply the facts. Highly recommended!

SSPC-Jim ,

Great Technical Coatings Podcast

Paul Atzemis and Jack Walker deliver a great technical Protective Coatings podcast, and make topics interesting and fun. I highly recommend subscribing and listening to this podcast series. No hard sales pitch of Carboline products, just the facts on various coating systems, and Carboline specs. Subscribe today! @JamesKunkle

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