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NOV 2015

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COATINGSPRO NOVEMBER 2015 73 released a video describing its infrared (IR) refective technology and how it can beneft end users. Te video explains how Chromafo's infrared refective technology can be incorpo- rated into coatings products to help control the efects of solar heat on exterior surfaces. Some advantages of keeping exteriors cooler include: • Reduced energy costs in homes and commercial buildings • Improved durability in industrial applications • Protection of skin from hot surfaces • Easier cooling of vehicles on warm days Exterior applications, which can obtain value from incorporating this technology, include roof coatings, exterior build- ing coatings, playground equipment, aircraft dashboards, outdoor track and felds, commercial window treatments, and automotive interiors and exteriors. Chromafo Technologies' colorants for IR refective paint and coatings protect substrates against excessive tempera- tures and ultraviolet (UV) radiation by refecting the IR wavelengths and limiting UV radiation. For more informa- tion, contact: Chromafo Technologies, www.chromafo.com Reader Inquiry #3575 Larson Electronics Releases New 18-Watt Handheld LED Spotlight for Industrial Applications Industrial lighting specialist Larson Electronics has announced the release of a new 18-watt handheld light-emitting diode (LED) spotlight constructed for industrial use and approved for outdoor environments. Te HULBLT-18W- LED-25 is designed to provide a high output and ruggedly durable lighting industrial LED light is ofered in a focused 25° spot beam for distance or 60° food beam for a difused wide angle beam. Tis light provides a cool white light output with a color temperature of 5000K and a color rendering index of 85 for maximum illumination. Tis light is ideal for indoor and outdoor applications and industrial operations where wet conditions are commonly encountered. "Constructed of precision machined aluminum, this unit carries an IP65 rating and is protected against ingress oils and water sprayed from any direc- tion on the fxture," said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. "Tis unit is ideal for utility work and hunting, as well as industrial, military, and security appli- cations." For more information, contact: Larson Electronics, (800) 369-6671, www.larsonelectronics.com CP Reader Inquiry #3576 solution for applications where corrosion resistance and waterproof lighting is required. Tis powerful LED spotlight produces 1,530 lumens of light, operates on 120 to 277 volts AC, and features an adjustable trunnion mounting bracket with a pistol grip handle and 25' (7.6 m) of power cable. Te housing on this unit is constructed of precision machined aluminum for excellent strength and durability, is powder coated for corro- sion resistance, and has an IP65 rating for ingress protection against direct exposure to water jets from all directions. Tis LED light is equipped with an impact resistant polycarbonate lens for increased safety compared to glass lenses. Tis 18-watt New Products & Services Add Life to Your Project with Fiber Reinforced Linings. The FibreCrete™ family of polymer linings delivers a corrosion-resistant barrier with lower permeability than alternative fake-flled products. Spray application makes it much less labor intensive than matte systems thereby minimizing downtime and expense. FibreCrete™ is ideal for preserving secondary containment, ducts, stacks and process vessels where chemical exposure and physical demands are extreme. Call Sauereisen for lower permeability, greater fexural strength and longer life. 412-963-0303 Sauereisen.com 160 Gamma Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15238 Email: questions@sauereisen.com F IBRE C RETE TM Wr i te in Re ad e r In q u ir y #170

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