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A Towering Task: A Standpipe Water Tank in the University of Albany is Restored with Multiple Coating Applications

A Standpipe Water Tank in the University of Albany is Restored with Multiple Coating Applications

At the University at Albany, N.Y., a 320,000-gallon standpipe water tank is hiding in plain sight underneath a landmark carillon and an advanced fluoropolymer coating system from Tnemec.

“It’s a gorgeous water tank,” explained Carl Bye of Performance Coatings New York, Inc. “I’ve worked in the area for more than three decades and have never seen a sculptured steel standpipe that plays music from an organ in an adjacent building.”

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