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JAN 2019

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COATINGSPRO JANUARY 2019 93 safety sirens/strobes, and a mobile wireless hotspot. For more informa- tion, contact: PCM, (800) 700-1000, www.pcm.com New Operations Software Platform for Contractors Construction technology startup ProNovos announced the launch of Operations Manager software, designed to ramp up contractors' profit- ability in new ways. e cloud-based platform empowers contractors to track and manage bids, crews, equipment, punch lists, blueprints, requests for information, and more in an easy-to- use interface. e software owes its origins to extensive contractor surveys conducted by Pronovos in 2017, said Bruce Orr, founder and chief data scientist. "e contractors we surveyed described having too many applications that were too hard to use, too expen- sive, and inadequately integrated with other apps," he explained. "We worked closely with construction professionals to create a platform that solves those problems." For more information, contact: ProNovos, (678) 908-0087, www.pronovos.com Elastomeric Bridging Polyurea for High-Pressure Spray Equipment Specialty Products, Inc. (SPI) intro- duced a new elastomeric bridging polyurea, AQUASEAL Hi Rise X3 AP, designed for high-pressure spray equip- ment. is comes after successful beta testing of the improved system that was previously developed and sold for use with SPI's LPG. e AQUASEAL Hi Rise X3 AP polyurea is an elasto- mer that expands 300 percent of its original volume during the spray application process. W hen applied to porous surfaces, such as vertically poured concrete, concrete masonry (CMU), or wood, it bridges substrate imperfections and virtually dismisses blowholes and pinholes. e polyurea is recommended for waterproofing exterior basements and foundations, or to fill or repair control joints, random cracks, and shallow spalls on concrete surfaces. For more informa- tion, contact: SPI, (800) 627-0773, www.specialty-products.com Acrylic Exterior Paint for Any Weather Rodda Paint, the largest family-owned paint manufacturer in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, released its CoverCoat XL — a moisture-tolerant, all-season, 100-percent acrylic exterior paint. CoverCoat XL is formulated with X-Link technology and was tested in extreme heat, high humidity, and direct sunshine with great flow and leveling properties. It is moisture resistant, can be applied up to one hour before rain in temperatures as low as 40 °F (4.4 °C), and offers superior fade resis- tance. Surfaces dry to the touch can be immediately painted. "e weather here can be very unpredictable, and contractors are always looking for ways to extend their painting season," said David Wolf, president and chief operat- ing officer. For more information, contact: Rodda Paint, (503) 521-4300, www.roddapaint.com High-Definition Camera Systems for Jobsite Safety Dakota Micro, Inc. announced that its rugged, commercial rear view and surveillance AgCam and EnduraCam cameras and monitors are now available in high definition. e high-definition capabilities of the AHD AgCam and EnduraCam systems provide four times the resolution of the most powerful analog cameras, resulting in clearer images even in dusty, wet, or dark locations. e systems are widely used in agricultural, construction, and other industries due to their superior quality and ability to endure harsh work environments. Both systems remain 100 percent waterproof and continue to feature heav y-duty mount- ing magnets, anodized solid aluminum housing, and automatic infrared night vision. For more information, contact: Dakota Micro, (701) 538-4403, www.dakotamicro.com Spray Liner for Sewer Systems, Utility Jobs Epoxytec introduced the new CPP Sprayliner MH product to its CPP Sprayliner series. is product is a more economical version of the popular CPP Sprayliner and is formulated specifically for sanitary sewer collec- tion systems and underground utility jobs, such as manholes, cylindrical lift stations, and pipes. It is a 100-percent solids, high-build, structural-grade amine epoxy lining with high moisture tolerance, H₂S resistance, and sealed infiltration and inflow (I&I) barrier protection. CPP Sprayliner MH, along with CPP Sprayliner and CPP Sprayliner 61, are all compatible with the same heated, 1:1 plural component equip- ment, so users can simply plug and play to switch versions, as needed. For more information, contact: Epoxytec, (954) 961-4656, www.epoxytec.com GAF Adds Visualizer Tool for Pavement Coatings GAF, North America's largest roofing manufacturer and a producer of pavement coatings and accessories for asphalt and concrete surfaces, has launched a visualizer tool to help sell its StreetBond Pavement coatings. Created by Chameleon Power, the StreetBond Visualizer assists customers with New Products & Services

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