Paint and Coating Consultants

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KTA was founded in 1949 as an independent organization for evaluating the performance of protective coatings in corrosive environments.  Today, KTA remains an innovative leader in coatings consulting with consultants who are subject matter experts that are active in professional societies, contribute technical articles, make presentations, and hold leadership positions on industry committees.  On average, KTA consultants have a B.S. degree in chemical engineering, chemistry or another physical science, and an SSPC Protective Coatings Specialist certification.  Equally important, KTA consultants are backed by the collective insights of a professional staff of over 15 other consultants and laboratory professionals with over 250 years of combined experience in the coatings industry.  The full knowledge and expertise of this group can be brought to bear on resolving even the most complex coatings issue.

KTA's Consulting Services Include:

Why Use KTA On Your Next Project?

KTA paint and coating consultants have decades of experience providing services that benefit any industry employing high performance protective coatings and linings or architectural coatings for the protection of assets from the adverse effects of corrosion and weathering.  KTA’s team of industry recognized professionals offers industrial and commercial markets solutions to corrosion protection and aesthetic challenges through the analysis of coatings performance and paint application problems.  Our senior consultants also provide both testifying and non-testifying expert witness services including document review, field and laboratory investigations, expert opinions, depositions and trial testimony.

KTA’s Paint and Coating Consultant Services Answer the Following Questions:

  • How can I be confident that the coatings selected are appropriate for the intended service environment?
  • Did the coating system fail due to application, specification, or manufacturing issues?
  • How can the combination of the right specification and coating system selection reduce risk associated with coating performance issues and resulting potential litigation?
  • What is the value of an independent subject matter expert when litigation becomes necessary?