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JAN 2017

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COATINGSPRO JANUARY 2017 103 corrosion resistance, and finish thick- nesses. Additionally, it has the flexibility to apply both powder and liquid coating systems. TF Warren said the multi-mil- lion-dollar investment was made to improve the company's complete manufacturing process, including paint finish, formulations, and application equipment, as well as to reduce its overall environmental impact. For more information, contact: TF Warren, (866) 700-2500, Reader Inquiry #3674 VersaFlex Releases Concrete Repair Product VersaFlex Inc., a leading supplier of polyurea coatings, linings, joint fillers, and concrete repair products, has released the new Quick Mender X.O. concrete repair polymer. e Quick Mender X.O. is a specially formulated, rapid concrete repair product perfect for interior and confined spaces. According to the company, this product is among the most innovative concrete repair offerings on the market today. e Quick Mender X.O., in its basic low viscosity formulation, may be used in a variety of unique applications to repair concrete substrates, such as repairing spalls and cracks, pop-outs on horizon- tal surfaces, spalled control joints, and more. It may be used with all VersaFlex rapid curing polyurea sealants, and it is designed for use in both interior and exterior concrete repair appli- cations. For more information, contact: VersaFlex, (913) 321-9000, Reader Inquiry #3675 Custom Suspended Access Solution Debuts in Washington Spider, a division of Safeworks, LLC, provided a custom suspended access solution for the installation of window walls on a new 16-story commercial office facility in Bellevue, Washington. A ll New Glass, Inc. required a solution to enable its crews to work on three faces of the building simultane- ously. Additionally, the contractors required the equipment's footprint on the rooftop to be minimal, thereby enabling other trades to work. To address those needs, Spider engineered a custom rigging solution. It secured 8-ft. (2.4 m) outrigger beams directly into the rooftop's 14-ft. (4.3 m) mechanical screen wall in order to eliminate the need for counterweights and a complex maze of tieback cables. Ten swing stages were powered by traction hoists and equipped with walk-through stirrups. For more information, contact: Spider, (877) 774-3370, Reader Inquiry #3676 SprayWorks Equipment Unveils Dual Drum Heating System SprayWorks Equipment Group, an Ohio-based equipment distributor and manufacturer of the Barrel Blazer and Spraybot, has released a new drum heater: the Dual Barrel Blazer. Previously only available as a single drum heating unit, the Dual Barrel Blazer allows contrac- tors to heat full-size 55-gallon (208.2 L) drums side by side — whether in a mobile rig or inside a building. Weighing only 70 lb. (31.8 kg), the Dual Barrel Blazer is lightweight and is designed to fit perfectly into a mobile spray foam or polyurethane spray rig. SprayWorks said it designed the dual heater as an extension of the single drum heating unit, allowing it to continue to fulfill customer needs for a larger drum heating system. For more information, contact: SprayWorks Equipment, (330) 587-4141, Reader Inquiry #3677 APF's New System to Moisture Remediation Systems Line Arizona Polymer Flooring (APF) has introduced a new system to its VaporSolve line of moisture remedi- ation systems line. e VaporSolve 100 LP is a specially formulated, 100 percent solids epoxy coating designed to comply with ASTM F-3010 for use over concrete with high moisture levels. is is done to isolate the concrete from moisture-sensitive flooring. Joining other systems in the VaporSolve line, the new system is typically used on concrete that has never been treated with reactive silicate curing compounds or densifiers. e product is formu- lated with low viscosity and excellent substrate wetting capabilities to promote penetration and adhesion, while a special hydrophobic curing New Products & Services

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