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JAN 2019

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16 JANUARY 2019 COATINGSPROMAG.COM experience in resinous flooring. For more information, contact: Induron, (800) 324-9584, www.induron.com Technology Supply Agreement for Maintenance Coatings Valentus Specialty has entered a global technology supply agreement through its protective maintenance coatings business unit and the ortex Group. Under the agreement, US Coatings will partner with the protective coatings and rehabilitation systems technology provider to provide engineered coatings and repair systems to the worldwide infrastructure repair market. "We have worked closely with ortex to comple- ment their existing product line and develop a complete range of products," said Mike Reed, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Valentus. "We are very excited about our global partnership and will work collabora- tively to service the growing market better than before." For more infor- mation, contact: US Coatings, (314) 205-1500, www.uscoatings.com Wolverine Coatings Announces Relocation, Expansion Wolverine Coatings Corp., a manufac- turer of resinous technologies to numerous industries, announced the relocation of its headquarters and manufacturing to a new, larger facil- ity in Roebuck, South Carolina. e newly renovated facility is ~15 miles (24.1 km) from its former location in Spartanburg, South Carolina. "Our previous facility had served us well, but changing locations was needed in order to keep pace with the substantial growth we've continued to see," said Eric Swanson, company president. "e newly reconstructed office and manufacturing space is six times larger than our former buildings and offers a more effective layout. It supports our continued growth, and it gives us the opportunity to expand our labora- tories, testing, and manufacturing capabilities." For more information, contact: Wolverine Coatings, (864) 342-9292, www.wolverinecoatings.com Concrete Institute Forms 3-D Printing Committee e American Concrete Institute (ACI) formed a new committee to develop and report information on three-di- mensional (3-D) printing and additive manufacturing with inorganic cementi- tious materials. Named "ACI Committee 564, 3-D Printing with Cementitious Materials," the committee aims to develop related publications. ese would focus on impacts and challenges as well as construction applications. Further goals include collaborating with other committees to disseminate additive manufacturing information and determining ways that additive manufacturing may be integrated into the concrete community; collab- orating with technical organizations to facilitate and coordinate informa- tion sharing; fostering discussion on research needs and challenges prevent- ing additive manufacturing from wide adoption in the concrete construction community; and developing guidelines to evaluate materials and technology. For more information, contact: ACI, (248) 848-3700, www.concrete.org Makita Wins the Home Depot's 2018 Innovation Award Cordless tools provider Makita won the Home Depot's 2018 Innovation Award. is award recognizes products deliv- ering a unique market offering with value and efficiency across multiple home improvement categories. Makita Industry Briefs Toll Free: 888.389.0628 | Email: info@thermacote.com ® THE OBVIOUS CHOICE www.thermacote.com THERMAL PROTECTION CONCRETE PROTECTION AIR PERMANENCE BREATHABILITY CORROSION PROTECTION WATERPROOF FIRE RETARDANT REDUCES EXPANSION REDUCES CONTRACTION REDUCES TEMPERATURE ANTI-SLIP ANTI-MOLD ENERGY SAVINGS Re ad e r In qui r y at co ati n g sp ro m a g.co m /i n q0119

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