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SEP 2018

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76 SEPTEMBER 2018 COATINGSPROMAG.COM Time-Lapse Jobsite Camera 4 e new BCC200 camera from Brinno is a high-end construc- tion camera bundle perfect for construction sites. e camera is mounted with an industrial-grade aeronautical aluminum alloy clamp to assist with documenting projects. It is simple to install, with no wires or cabling required. e camera can be fixed onto many surfaces, including pipes, cylindrical objects, and tree branches. Powered by a high-dynamic range (HDR) sensor, the camera produces shots with high contrast, even in challenging lighting conditions. ere is even a special night mode to deliver time-lapse video during challenging backlights or dark conditions. With no technical skill required, the camera allows users to illustrate entire projects within just a few minutes. For more information, contact: Brinno, (844) 684-7291, www.brinno.com Real-Time Thermal Mapping Technology for Drones Drone software company DroneDeploy announced the launch of ermal Live Map, a real-time mobile mapping solution. A first-of-its-kind feature, ermal Live Map visualizes tempera- ture range variability and creates instant thermal maps for quick, data-guided decisions on the jobsite. Traditionally, thermal inspections have been time-consuming, limited to acces- sible areas, or required manned aircraft yielding low-resolution data. On the other hand, the thermal mapping system solves these issues by provid- ing immediate visual context. e system utilizes advancements in edge computing to generate thermal drone maps locally on iOS devices. e system can pinpoint problem areas, such as cracks, leaks, and structural damage, in building and roof inspections. For more information, contact: DroneDeploy, (507) 593-7663, www.dronedeploy.com New Website for Instrumentation Provider e new website from E Instruments officially launched in early 2018. According to the instrumentation provider, the website is designed to highlight the company's products, relevant applications, and catalogs; present its application notes and blogs; feature training and educational materials; contain videos introducing the company's products and how to use and maintain them; and enable easy contact to company representa- tives on questions related to service and support. For more information, contact: E Instruments International, (215) 750-1212, www.e-inst.com New Portable Light Towers Doosan Portable Power expanded its product line of portable light towers with the LCV6 and LCV8 models. Both towers feature a small-body design and vertical mast that allow for greater maneuverability, ease of transport, and low operating cost. e new clamshell- style canopy is made of a durable composite material, yet it remains lightweight for easy access to internal components. Both towers are standard-equipped with a vertical mast that manually extends to 23 feet (7.0 m). e vertical mast design cuts setup time compared to traditional laydown masts, according to the company, and the upright mast position improves transport safety. With a new compact footprint, 17 units can fit on a standard flatbed trailer. For more information, contact: Doosan, (704) 883-3500, www.doosanportablepower.com Acrylic Curing Compound for Exterior Concrete New from W. R. MEADOWS is PENCURE OTC, a unique dual-ac- tion, non-yellowing, acrylic curing compound for fresh, broomed exterior concrete. e compound is clear, trans- parent, and easy to apply, and it was formulated to simultaneously form a membrane to cure the concrete while also penetrating into the surface to aid in reducing water and salt ingress. Described as ideal for use on surfaces such as driveways, patios, and parking lots, PENCURE OTC offers multiple features, including a simple, single- step application method. It minimizes cracks common to improperly cured or uncured concrete while its permeable film allows moisture in cured concrete to evaporate. For more information, contact: W. R. MEADOWS, (847) 214-2100, www.wrmeadows.com CP New & Noteworthy

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