I-CAR: Waterbourne Products, Systems and Application (REF07) $

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When: 
November 6, 2013 - 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Where: 
Las Vegas Convention Center, Upper North Hall, N240

 

I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, 2011 SEMA ShowI-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, is returning to the SEMA Show in 2013 with I-CAR training available to attendees each day of the SEMA Show. I-CAR training is structured around individual’s roles as collision industry professionals and helps achieve the knowledge required to advance in the industry. 

Waterbourne Products, Systems, and Application (REF07)

Waterborne refinishing products are quickly emerging as part of today's technology because of their more positive impact on the environment. Understanding the difference between waterborne and solvent-borne products along with the benefits of using waterborne refinishing materials is necessary for any shop considering conversion to waterborne refinishing, as is the knowledge of proper disposal procedures for waterborne hazardous waste and the types of assistance offered by paint companies to make the conversion successful. This course will help technicians to understand how characteristics and benefits differ between waterborne and solvent-borne refinishing materials, identify the environmental impact and reasons for converting to waterborne materials, understand use of waterborne materials, including preparation, mixing, application, storage, and disposal.

This course meets I-CAR ProLevel or annual training requirements for the following role: Refinish Technician.


Cost: $93/Course

Three (3) Training Credit Hours

Registration:  You must register for the 2013 SEMA Show in order to attend any I-CAR course.

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Get the Recognition You Deserve:

When an individual takes an I-CAR course and successfully completes the post-test, he or she will earn points valid towards their I-CAR Gold Class Professionals designation or I-CAR Platinum Individual designation requirements.