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JAN 2009

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roFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J EDCO J ProFILE 2009 Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 Proven leaders for 50 years, EDCO Concrete Floor Grinders, Turbo Grinders & Scarifiers/Planers have been used to repair and restore damaged slabs, remove deteriorated coatings and/or prep surfaces for a new floor system. Vacuum Systems will control the concrete dust making your job a safe environment to work in. EDCO's Air-Powered Chisel Scalers and Electric Floor Strippers will remove numerous materials from existing surfaces such as all types of tile, thin-sets, barnacles from ships, mastics, caulking and more. Aggressive, air-powered Concrete Scabblers can remove up to a ¼" per pass and leaves a more heavily textured surface. No matter what your desired surface profile or finish is, EDCO's complete line of Surface Preparation, Repair and Restoration Equipment is all you will need to achieve the results your job requires. CONTRx Systems, a division of Equipment Development Co., Inc. offers concrete floor polishing systems geared toward contractors who want to polish concrete in the residential and light commercial markets. These systems come complete with equipment, accessories, knowledge, training DVD & manual, support and customer service. CONTRx Systems' exclusive counter-rotating disc floor polishing system is a very cost affective way to achieve beautiful, long-lasting results. CONTRx Systems ProPolisher II is ideal for polishing areas up to 1,500 square feet with the ProPolisher IV able to handle areas up to about 10,000 square feet. "The Edge" polisher, a 7" machine is the only one of its kind that enables anyone to affectively grind and polish tightly against any vertical surface. Write in Reader Inquiry #1617 Equipment Development Co., Inc. 100 Thomas Johnson Dr. J Frederick, MD 21702 (800) 638-3326 J Fax (800) 447-3326 www.edcoinc.com Elcometer Inc. J ProFILE 2009 Opening their new World Headquarters in Manchester, England and incorporating over 55,000 square feet of production, office, and training facilities, Elcometer is well placed to continue to be a leading force in the field of inspection technology. The investment is to meet their ever-growing customer demand for high quality products and service support to help provide solutions to their customers around the Globe. The additional production capabilities have already proved a success and have enabled Elcometer to launch a significant number of products – allowing them to maintain their presence as a leader in the coatings and concrete inspection industry. State-of-the-art manufacturing processes and additional capital equipment have been installed, including three new production flow lines, allowing Elcometer to move closer to their goal of being world class manufacturers of electronic and mechanical gauges. Using the latest manufacturing techniques, Elcometer are now producing products faster with improved accuracy, reliability, and less waste than ever before. The end result is improved availability of their quality inspection equipment on the market today. The entire expansion of Elcometer is focused on providing customers throughout the world with improved service. With more capacity, stocks, dedicated customer support and service departments, the process of buying from Elcometer could not be more simple. Write in Reader Inquiry #1618 Elcometer Inc. 1893 Rochester Industrial Dr. J Rochester Hills, MI 48309 (800) 521-0635 J Fax (248) 650-0501 sales@elcometerusa.com J www.elcometer.com January 2009 J www.coatingspromag.com 65 Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009 J Company ProFILE 2009

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