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MAY 2015

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82 MAY 2015 COATINGSPROMAG.COM Sealant is solvent-free with less than 25 g/I (0.9 oz./0.26 g) volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and does not outgas or bubble up on damp surfaces as urethane sealants can. Made up of 100 percent solids, it will not shrink. It can be applied at temperatures as low as 30° F (-1° C), and it is self-leveling, providing a smooth, professional look. Te product has a 20-minute skin-over time and is paintable within 24 hours. For more information, contact: GAF, Reader Inquiry # 3529 New Crinkle Finish Coating Valspar recently released WeatherXL and WeatherXL Crinkle Finish coatings. WeatherXL Crinkle Finish delivers the same durability as WeatherXL, but it ofers a unique textured appearance, providing visual depth to enhance a fat panel 's façade. Te tested silicone polyester resin of WeatherXL and WeatherXL Crinkle Finish delivers maximum hardness for superior perfor- mance against chalking, fading, and scratching. In addition, the coating is available in a wide variety of colors, including Solar Refective (SR) formu- lations that feature enhanced solar refectance and thermal emittance properties, which are key factors to regulating a building's exterior temperature and, consequently, the energy needed to cool the interior. Valspar's WeatherXL Solar Refective coatings meet Energy Star and LEED qualifcations and are proven to help reduce urban heat island efects and decrease customers' energy bills. "After vigorous testing, we're proud to ofer our customers a product that has the highest solar refective capabilities on the market and can save them up to 40 percent in energy costs," said Jef A lexander, VP of sales for Valspar. For more information, contact: Valspar, (888) 306-2645, www.valsparcoilextru- Reader Inquiry # 3530 New John Deere Safety Eyewear Line Wiley X, Inc. has created a full family of John Deere Safety Eyewear designed with quality, performance, and durabil- ity. With shatterproof lenses and virtually indestructible frames, these glasses meet the latest ANSI Z87.1 High Velocity and High Mass Impact standards, providing Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)-grade protection for every job, chore, or activ- ity. Te John Deere Safety Eyewear by Wiley X includes seven attractive models in two distinct families: Te John Deere A ll-Terrain Safety Line and the new John Deere Premium Lifestyle Safety Line. Te A ll-Terrain family includes the new Traction-X, ofered with a matte black frame and grey lenses for versatile performance and an understated look. A ll-Terrain models also feature a special anti-fog lens coating, universal low-profle ft, and come with a micro- fber storage/cleaning pouch with a John Deere logo. For more informa- tion, contact: Wiley X, (800) 776-7842, Reader Inquiry # 3531 Concrete Coatings Super Seal Clemons Concrete Coatings Super Seal S10 is a unique hybrid formula that protects concrete from freeze-thaw, salt, and other elements that destroy concrete. Te product can be applied to concrete that has solvent-borne acrylic sealer already on it, and it allows the applicator to seal without the mess, time, and high cost of strip- ping existing sealer. Te Super Seal S10 is solvent-borne and has a special hybrid formula that allows the Silane and Siloxane to penetrate the existing sealer and seal without stripping the existing sealer. Super Seal S10 does not F or this A lbuquerque, N.M., "meals on wheels" option, the food is fresh and the atmosphere is relaxed. Te coatings contractors eating at this food truck aren't the only local part of this establishment. Te chef uses freshly ground chuck and locally made brioche buns for the unique burgers. Shown here is Te Sacred, a southwestern treat. It includes another locally made ingre- dient — the New Mexico green chile — as well as American cheese, romaine lettuce, tomato, onion, and mustard. Rustic Food is right! Have a "Jobsite Lunchbox" meal you'd like to brag about? Send your favorite to We can't guarantee that it will make it into the next issue, but we can guaran- tee the CP staf will be drooling all the way to noon! CP THE JOBSITE LUNCHBOX New & Noteworthy

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