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MAR 2017

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COATINGSPRO MARCH 2017 15 and Quebec Province chapters in serving Canada's concrete repair industry. With more than six million residents, the greater Toronto region is the nation's largest population center. In conjunction with the announcement, ICRI officials also named officers for the Toronto chapter. Stephen Franks of Blok-Lok Ltd. in Woodbridge, Ontario, will serve as president, while Stephan Trepanier of Edison Engineers, Inc., in Markham, Ontario, and David Huggins of Kelso Coatings in Milton, Ontario, will serve as secretary and treasurer, respectively. For more information, contact: ICRI, (416) 655-5641, Reader Inquiry #4659 Distribution Deal for Wastewater Substrate-Repair Material PPG has agreed to distribute several wastewater infra- structure-repair products manufactured by Sauereisen. e products offered will include the RestoKrete substrate resur- facer No. F-121, the RestoKrete No. 208 filler compound, and the RestoKrete No. 209 and No. 209FS filler compounds. e substrate resurfacer is a water-resistant, high-strength, substrate-repair material engineered to prevent inflow and infiltration in concrete or brick manholes. Meanwhile, the No. 208 filler compound is an epoxy-based mortar designed to fill voids, irregularities, and air pockets in concrete. Finally, the epoxy-based No. 209 filler compound is formulated to provide a smooth surface, specifically for the application of epoxy monolithics. e No. 209FS filler compound is a faster-setting version of the No. 209 product. For more information, contact: PPG, (888) 977-4762, Reader Inquiry #4660 Titan to Distribute, Support C.A. Technologies Titan has entered into an agreement with C.A. Technologies (C.A.T.) to distribute C.A.T. air spray guns and related equipment to the professional painting market through its extensive distribution network, including retailers like Sherwin-Williams, Kelly-Moore, Dunn-Edwards, and others. rough the arrangement, Titan's 60+ field representatives will provide hands-on support for C.A.T. air spray guns and equipment to professional painters and contractors. Based in Louisville, Colorado, C.A.T. specializes in the design and manufacture of professional spray finishing equipment, including a comprehensive line of air compressor spray guns, precision atomizing nozzles, and aircaps. For more informa- tion, contact: Titan, (800) 526-5362, Reader Inquiry #4661 DUST F R E E Significant cost reduction Stable process/consistent surface roughness resulting in optimum adhesion Up to 70X greater durability than mineral abrasives Wr i te in Re ad e r In q u ir y #165 Wr i te in Re ad e r In q u ir y #350

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