Chem-Pruf to Attend this Year’s AZA Annual Conference!

Tomorrow,  September 12th, the 2014 annual conference of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums will be held in Orlando, FL! This event is a great opportunity for wildlife professionals to spread awareness about animal care, education, safety, and conservation. Professional individuals from across the nation will be in attendance to participate in the fun and exciting experience! Founded in 1924, this nonprofit organization is committed to enhancing zoos and aquariums in the areas of conservation, education, science, and recreation. The AZA and the annual conference is a great network tool to spread awareness and knowledge.

Chem-Pruf is excited to be a part of the show and is proud to have a product that can benefit Zoos and Aquariums. Chem-Pruf FRP doors stand-up beautifully against the elements often found in Zoos and Aquariums such as; moisture, animal waste, cleaning chemicals and even harsh weather. Chem-Pruf doors will perform flawlessly year after year and the beautiful, glossy gelcoat finish, one-piece construction and molded-in accessories make it the ideal choice for these corrosive applications.

Chem-Pruf fiberglass doors are naturally friendly to the environment; longevity, cleanliness, strength and stability make it a sound choice for a “green tomorrow” and beyond. So whether it’s for an elephant exhibit, a penguin habitat, or the entrance of a shark reef, take comfort in knowing that you can’t go wrong with a Chem-Pruf fiberglass door. Check out some of our doors in these zoo photos and see for yourself how greatly Chem-Pruf doors can complement your application!

Zoo 2

Zoo 1

For more information on the 2014 Association of Zoos and Aquariums, visit their website! https://www.aza.org/

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