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LINE-X Protective Coatings to Feature Industry's Top Protective Coatings

May 8, 2014

LINE-X Protective Coatings will be attending the Offshore Technology Conference at the Reliant Center in Houston. Held annually, the Offshore Technology Conference is the world's foremost event for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production, and environmental protection and provides opportunities for attendees to interact with thousands of industry peers, meet with current suppliers, get answers to critical technical questions and visit with hundreds of exhibiting companies. LINE-X will be located in booth #6440.

"We are looking forward to the opportunity to attend the Offshore Technology Conference and show attendees that LINE-X products are a perfect fit for their demanding work environment," said Kevin Heronimus, CEO of LINE-X Protective Coatings. "We encourage everyone to stop in at LINE-X booth #6440 to learn more about our range of LINE-X products and how the applications can help to enhance their equipment and experiences."

LINE-X continues to lead the marketplace with a presence in over 50 countries worldwide in many various industrial, defense and automotive sectors. The Offshore Technology Conference will provide consumers access to leading-edge technical information, the industry's largest equipment exhibition, and an introduction to products such as LINE-X.

With innovative products that provide unique solutions, LINE-X has several specific coatings applications that fall in line with the oil and gas industries including buoyancy stop collars and dissimilar metal chromium rod protection and handling. LINE-X products are tested for strength and protection both in the laboratory and in harsh, real-world conditions to ensure the highest levels of durability. With a variety of protective coatings applications available, as well as secondary and primary containment applications, LINE-X products can be found on high-traffic machinery and equipment, residential flooring, commercial food storage units, playgrounds, bridges and even the United States Pentagon.