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Vocational Instructors Trained in Waterborne Auto Finishing

An automotive instructor makes quick work with a paint-lab spray gun DuPont's Tom Siragusa preps an automotive panel for a hands-on exercise Coated with the DuPont Cromax Pro waterborne system, a 1978 Pontiac Firebird being restored for the Antique Automobile Club of America Museum awaits final detailing in the CAL paint labMore than a half-dozen members of automotive faculty from area vocational-technical schools attended a College Avenue Labs workshop on the technology and application of waterborne finishes. Offered through the Central Pennsylvania Tech Prep Consortium and Penn College and taught by Jeff Klingman and Tom Siragusa, direct account representatives of DuPont Performance Coatings the training session included both classroom and laboratory instruction.

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