Col. Savin is a chemical engineer specializing in corrosives. His career has included the development of over 400 paints and coatings for both private industry and military applications. Col. Savin has 20 patents in the field, more private, anti-corrosion patents than any living American.
Using his extensive knowledge of chemical engineering, Col Savin began experimenting with combinations of the reflective properties of bright white paint and glass. After a series of experiments, Col Savin emerged with a revolutionary method of formulating hollow glass into regular, non-toxic acrylic coating. He was recently awarded a US patent for the method, and branded it Hyperglass®.
Col Savin holds bachelor’s degrees in Chemistry and Literature from University of Michigan, with postgraduate studies at Columbia University and the University of Paris (Sorbonne). After his service in World War II and Korea, Col. Savin graduated the Air War College and Industrial College of the Armed Forces.
For his contributions to the scientific community, Col Savin is continually listed in the Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World and the Who’s Who in Science & Engineering.