Induron Introduces Mortarchem: The Next Generation of Cementitious Epoxy Mortar

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Cementitious epoxy mortars are a vital step in most concrete lining projects, but the existing products available to contractors have been fraught with problems and difficult applications.

Induron’s Mortarchem represents the next generation of this technology. Mortarchem was designed to simplify the application process while delivering better performance and improved applicator production.

Mortarchem is one of those products that seems too good to be true until you understand the key formulation differences that improve application efficiency and long-term performance.


Andy Odorzynski, National Sales Manager at Induron Protective Coatings

Odorzynski joined Induron in 2016 and manages the sales team. Before coming to Induron, he spent the first 15 years of his career on the contracting side of the coatings industry. First, as a painting apprenticeship, Andy traveled across the country getting hands-on experience with blasting and painting projects. After earning his NACE Level 3 certification, he became an in-house quality inspector for one of the nation’s leading storage tank manufacturers. Andy studied at the University of Louisville, earning his B.S. in Finance and an MBA. In 2010 he became one of fewer than 200 SSPC Certified Protective Coatings Specialists in the country. He is also an SSPC Certified Concrete Coatings Inspector as well as a C3 Lead Removal Competent Person.

Ben Rowland, Technical Service Director at Induron Protective Coatings

Rowland holds various certifications, including NACE Level III Coating Inspector, SSPC Protective Coating Specialist and SSPC Concrete Coating Inspector Level II. He’s been involved in the Industrial Coatings market for 15 years, all with Induron. 


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