Our customers trust in the long-term value of our products because their facilities are safely and effectively protected against corrosion and/or contamination. The investment of our customers in our products is best realized by meaningful education. Therefore, we market ourselves through accredited educational programs that provide the knowledge base required for our customers to reach their own conclusions about how and why our products meet their application needs. Our extensive education and training programs mitigate risks and reduce costs by helping ensure proper system design and product installation.
This training offers a brief overview of hygienic design principles, contamination types and critical design considerations for protection in FDA/USDA regulated facilities. The material references industry standards for good design and specification criteria for utilizing support racks as an alternative to traditional strut.
This course discusses the importance of utilizing hygienic principals when installing utility support products in sanitary environments. Training includes an overview of the Permacote platform and configuration examples. The class emphasizes the entire installed system of components that maintain safety and hygienic ratings to achieve a sanitary infrastructure. Those who complete the course will become a certified installer of Permacote. Online recertification is available here.
Corrosion College provides an understanding of the corrosion process through online instruction conducted by professionals in the field of corrosion protection.
Corrosion College is accredited for 15 Professional Development Hours (PDH) to participants who complete the course successfully. Credits are available from Texas A&M, Kilgore College, American Institute of Architects, or PDH Engineer.