Volusia Manufacturers Association Manufacturing Member, Adsil, Inc. Is Paving the Way for a Greener World

 

 

Released on: July 07, 2010, 6:06 am
Author: WebWax.net
Industry: Small Business

The Volusia Manufacturers Association's Manufacturing Member, Adsil, creates protective sealants that render surfaces that require less cleaning time and less harsh cleaning solutions.

Adsil, a global leading for manufacturing of a broad array of protective maintenance coatings, waterproofing sealants, and surface cleaning products, located in Daytona Beach, Florida, and a long-standing Volusia Manufacturers Association Manufacturing Member, is helping make New York City Green.  

The magnificent stainless steel artwork pictured below was created by Wexler Galleries of Philadelphia.   It is located at the helicopter port near the historic World Trade Center site in Manhattan.    The protective railing behind it lines the Hudson River pedestrian park from 34th Street to the end of Manhattan.   The lower three rails of the railing is also made of stainless steel.   Both the artwork and lower three protective rails are coated with MicroGuard® AD35, a protective, corrosion-resistant sealant from Adsil, Inc. 

Adsil's protective coating is currently specified by the NYC Park Service for all stainless and decorative metal.  Their proprietary treatment covalently bonds to the surface, at the atom level, and provides long term protection from corrosion from any chemicals, salt-sprays and UV degradation. Adsil's solution actually enhances the shine of the decorative metal. The best benefit of using Adsil's protective sealant is that the treated surface is less costly to clean and maintain, resulting in use of less-harsh cleaning supplies, making cleaning with green cleaning chemicals possible and letting park staff clean the artwork and railing in minimal time. The protective railing was completed 3 years ago in 2007 and looks brand new in the picture. The artwork sculpture was completed last month, May 2010, and will be well-preserved with Adsil's protective coating.   

“ Adsil is leading the way for a greener future,” said Jayne Fifer, President and CEO of the Volusia Manufacturers Association.” Fifer also said, “As a manufacturer of a wide-range of protective sealants, they are making all kinds of surfaces easier to clean; surfaces that require less cleaning solutions, and surfaces that are resistant to mold, mildew and corrosion. The Volusia Manufacturers Association congratulates Adsil on its far-reaching manufacturing achievements.”

Upcoming plans for the City of New York is to treat the Granite in their parks with one of Adsil's protective coatings made for concrete type surfaces.

Adsil is a global manufacturer of unique, clear, inorganic, siloxane coatings that provide a wide array of surfaces from HVAC metal equipment, concrete, granite, non-ferrous metal surfaces, and ceramic hard tiles. Adsil not only offers protection from corrosion, but also offers solutions

•  for controlling vapor transmission in concrete,
•  for controlling mold & mildew growth on many types of interior and exterior surfaces,
•  for saving energy in HVAC/R equipment,
•  for surface restoration in color and oxidized metal siding and roof surfaces,
•  for making concrete and decorative stones stain-resistant and mildew resistant.

They are even used in schools to make tile surfaces graffiti resistant by not allowing the graffiti materials to penetrate the surface; eliminating the time spent cleaning high school pranks.

Volusia Manufacturers Association (VMA) is the only manufacturing trade association established by manufacturers uniting Volusia and Flagler County Manufacturers and Associates. The Volusia Manufacturers Association was founded in 1980 in Daytona Beach, Florida and currently has over 180 manufacturing and associate members in the Daytona Beach area.

The Volusia Manufacturers Association offers information, education, and networking opportunities for members, with over 60 programs annually. For more information about the Volusia Manufacturers Association, please contact Volusia Manufacturers Association or Jayne Fifer at 386.673.0505.

About Volusia Manufacturers Association:

The Volusia Manufacturers Association was founded in 1980 in Volusia County, Florida by manufacturers for manufacturers.  Volusia Manufacturers Association provides information, education and networking opportunities to help manufacturers grow and succeed. VMA are made up of companies that range in size from one employee to over 500. If you are interested in joining the Volusia Manufacturers Association, please visit http://www.vmaonline.com.

                                           
Contact Information:
Jayne Fifer
President/CEO
Volusia Manufacturers Association
jayne.fifer@VMAonline.com
386.673.0505
Fax: 386.673.6663
Cell: 386.212.4003
www.VMAonline.com

 

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