A University of Dayton student is moving to the next round of its business pitch competition with her metal erosion prevention technology.
Claiming the top spot among 57 participants in the elevator pitch round of the competition, Jillian McIntosh won $1,500 in new funding for her product, Adhesion Seal 24. The product chemically and mechanically adheres paint to metal, preventing premature erosion from salt and other materials.
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Story excerpt provided by Dayton Business Journal.
Written by Elizabeth Kyle.
Originally published November 13, 2019.