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JAN 2019

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96 JANUARY 2019 COATINGSPROMAG.COM bitumen, EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer rubber), poly vinyl chloride (PVC), Hypalon, polyurethane foam, and concrete. Meanwhile, A-300 Base TPO is intended for use with weathered TPO roof systems. ese new base coatings deliver exceptional durability, flexibility, and resistance to the elements. For more information, contact: Mule-Hide Products, (800) 786-1492, www.mulehide.com Miniature Adhesive Delivery System Claddings, air barriers, coatings, and restoration systems provider Sto Corp. introduced its Sto TurboStick Mini as a lightweight, ultra-compact adhesive delivery system with advantages over traditional cement-based adhesives. e smaller version of TurboStick gives appli- cators a choice of two convenient sizes — either cartridge or cylinder — when applying Sto's ready-to-use, single-com- ponent adhesive for installing insulation boards in exterior wall claddings. e product is easy to use and offers the fastest application of any adhesive, according to the company, cutting curing time from a full day to just a single hour. e TurboStick Mini cartridge weighs just 26.3 oz (0.8 L) and covers 110–130 square feet (10.2–12.1 m2). For more information, contact: Sto Corp., (800) 221-2397, www.stocorp.com Wooster Expands Roller Gage System e Wooster Brush Co. has added a green, 16-mm (1.6 cm) roller gage to extend its roller gage system product line. ese tools make a challenging application — controlling mil thick- ness — instantly more precise. eir innovative design helps with spreading, gaging, and backrolling roof and floor coatings, epoxies, urethanes, anti-skid floor toppings, metallic finishes, and vapor barriers. e different roller gages are color-coded to distinct mil thickness depths. e precision of the roller gage system also assures that users do not have to use a squee- gee, according to the company. is eliminates another tool and saves time and money for the contrac- tor. For more information, contact: Wooster Brush, (330) 264-4440, www.woosterbrush.com ShapeShift Line Creates Pitch Pans on Roofs e new ShapeShift line from Mule-Hide Products Co. creates pitch pans for use in virtually any low-slope roofing job, including those with smooth modified bitumen systems and on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. e line — consisting of ShapeShift Pitch Pan straight and outside corner sections and MP Liquid Sealant — can be used with EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer), TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin), PVC (poly vinyl chloride), metal, spray polyurethane foam (SPF), elastomeric acrylic coating, smooth modified bitumen, and smooth BUR systems. W hen filled with Mule-Hide's JTS 1 joint and termination sealant, ShapeShift Pitch Pans can be installed on walls, enabling them to flash troublesome cables or conduits penetrating parapet walls. For more information, contact; Mule-Hide, (800) 786-1492, www.mulehide.com Garnet Abrasives for Waterjet Cutting, Surface Prep BARTON International, a global leader in garnet abrasives, has branded its line of high-performance alluvial garnet abrasives for the waterjet cutting and surface preparation markets as ALLTEK. e ALLTEK waterjet and blasting abrasives provide excellent performance, surface quality, and value. e line includes the HPA brand and is made from globally sourced alluvial garnet. e brand of alluvial garnet abrasives is part of BARTON's comprehensive, three-tiered line of waterjet cutting and blasting media. ALLTEK joins BARTON's flagship ADIRONDACK garnet abrasives and the economical, domestically sourced ECOTEK waterjet abrasives introduced earlier in 2018. For more information, contact: BARTON, (800) 741-7756, www.barton.com CP New & Noteworthy

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