Our mission is to provide safe, effective and affordable coatings for your medical devices, without resource depleting CDA/NDA’s, licensing fees or royalties.
Our vision is a medical device community where everyone requiring a coating, despite their expertise or resources, has a coating that will meet their performance needs.
Coatings2Go® provides coating solutions to our clients directly, in an efficient and cost-effective manner through:
- A combination of patented and non-patented product offerings,
- Packaging options, and
- Secure and fast online ordering and shipping.
This means our customers find effective solutions to their device requirements and coating needs, with ease. Products are then directly shipped to them, in less time and at a lower cost than it would normally take to even get started with all the CDA/NDA, licensing and royalty hassles, and expenses of existing industry standards.
Coatings2Go® LLC is an affiliate of Surface Solutions Labs,® Inc. Coatings2Go® has a proven track record of providing high-quality, innovative coating technologies and solutions to the medical device industry.
CEO / Chemist
Andrew brings with him a wide array of leadership, management and life experience to Coatings2Go®, LLC. While completing his Bachelor’s in Chemistry (USM) and Master’s in Policy, Planning and Management (Muskie School of Public Service), he received numerous accolades for his diverse enterprises, including Student of the Year (USM). Andrew’s leadership mark extended beyond the confines of the classroom, lab and campus. A co-author of two U.S. Senate Resolutions, Andrew collaborated on local, state and federal policy with the FDA, White House ONDCP (Office of National Drug Control Policy), U.S. Senate and U.S. Congress.
Since joining the Coatings2Go Team, he has made major contributions to all levels of the business. While managing general production, Andrew streamlined production processes, negotiated contracts and identified OFI’s in the quality system. In the last five years, he has also been a part of numerous successful projects, working closely with device engineers, chemists, quality assurance and business people. Since taking over as CEO in 2021, Andrew has solidified the overall business plan, expanded C2G’s support staff and cultivated a forward-thinking work culture. Humbled by these opportunities, empowering youth in the STEM field still inspires Andrew. He has given dozens of presentations, talks and demos, from kindergarten to college aged students and working professionals.
Margaret (Peg) Palmer has over 40 years experience in the formulation and application of coatings and adhesives in the medical device, automotive, textile, construction, and recreational industries for Fortune 500 companies. Her background includes a master’s degree in polymer chemistry.
Peg also has multiple patents, journal publications, and patents pending. She has been a featured speaker at MDM and Coated Fabrics and Films events. She has a multidisciplined technical support network available in the areas of plastics, metals, coating and adhesive resins, formulating additives, films and fibers.
Patents and Publications:
SurfACTS in Biomaterials 4 issue2 1999 Organ-Selenium Covalently Attached for Blocking Biofilm
Gene Therapy 2003 Transgene delivery of plasmid DNA to smooth muscle cells and macrophages from a biostable polymer coated stent
MD+DI August 2003 Vol 25 No 8 p. 62 quoted in Hemocompatible Coating article
US Patent 5,599,576 Medical Apparatus Scratch Resistant Coating/ Method Making Same 1997
US Patent 5,766,158 Medical Apparatus Scratch Resistant Coating / Method Making Same 1998
US Patent 5,776,611 Cross-linked Hydrogel Coatings 1998
US Patent 6,238,799 Hydrophilic Coating 2001
US Patent 9,080,061 Proprietary Hydrophilic Coating with multiple crosslinks 2015
US Patent 6,096,726 Sustained release of bioactive materials 2000
US Patent 6,683,062 Multicomponent Complex for Use with a Substrate 2004
US Patent 6,866,936 Hydrophilic Coating 2004
MS Thesis- Polymerization within Liquid Crystalline Media 1978
J. Coatings Tech A three part study of the Corrosion Protection of Steel – NESCT Tech Committee
No. 53, 683.27, 1981
No. 54, 1982
No. 55, 1983.
J. Coated Fabrics 16, p 159 1987 Comply or Defy
Surfaces in Biomaterials Foundation, Supporting Member
Session Chair and Moderator, Drug/Gene Delivery 2000, 2001, and 2002
Board of Directors
Society for Biomaterials, 1998–2004 Exhibitor
Session Moderator and Reviewer, Drug Delivery Sessions, 2002 and 2003
MDDI Reader Advisory Board, 2003 to 2005
Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology, Tech Committee Chair, 1988–1991
Program Chair, Coatings Tech Expo, 1988
Moderator, Coatings Tech Expo, 1993
American Chemical Society
Society for Plastics Engineers
Previous affiliation with the Adhesives and Sealants Council, IFAI and FFA
Who’s Who in Plastics and Polymers, 1st Edition Technomic Publishing, 1999