J. Eric Sauereisen - President of Sauereisen, Inc. was awarded the Ernst & Young "Entrepreneur of the Year Award" for western PA and West Virginia for the Family Business Category.
Chemical resistance is critical: Results from the 2010 survey and a previous iteration in 2006 yielded nearly identical responses on primary selection criteria.
Sauereisen, a manufacturer of corrosion-resistant materials, receives the President’s “E” Star Award for Exports in recognition of its achievement in supporting export growth in the U.S. business community during the last three years.
This report summarizes the findings of the survey, which was conducted in January 2006 by Industrial Research Services, a market research firm located in Tarentum, Pennsylvania. The survey was sponsored by Sauereisen, Inc. (www.sauereisen.com).
Ninety-four percent of those surveyed ranked physical properties as the most important attribute when selecting an adhesive to be used in high-temperature assembly of instrumentation.
According to an independent survey of engineers, plant operators and contractors, chemical resistance is the most important quality of protective linings relative to the corrosion protection of infrastructure.