ASTM International’s Committee on Performance of Buildings (E06) recently presented its top annual award—the Award of Merit—to Jeffrey L. Erdly, CEO and co-founder of Masonry Preservation Services Inc., located in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. This prestigious award, which includes the accompanying title of Fellow, is ASTM’s highest recognition for individual contributions to
Milwaukee Tool revolutionizes tool transportation, organization, and storage for the trades with the announcement of the new Packout Modular Storage System. A new-to-world attachment system allows boxes, organizers, and totes of multiple sizes and configurations to easily stack and lock together, making Packout the most versatile and durable modular storage
ASTM International debuted a new learning management system (LMS) designed to enhance user experience and functionality. Existing customers will begin seeing a seamless transition to the new platform. The migration will be completed by August 31. Since 2012, the number of learners has grown from 500 to over 4,000. Usage
Since first introducing the world’s only universal self-powered dust extractor in 2013, the M12 Hammervac Universal Dust Extractor, Milwaukee Tool has been dedicated to introducing productivity-focused dust collection solutions. Now, Milwaukee Tool is excited to announce the largest expansion of its Dust Extraction System to-date, all completely compliant with the
A new test method will help ensure the quality of roller-compacted concrete (RCC) by measuring its density and air content. ASTM International’s committee on concrete and concrete aggregates (C09) created the standard, which is needed to proportion and optimize mixtures in labs and in the field and to verify specification
Milwaukee is pleased to announce a heavy-duty solution for quick leveling and angle finding – the new Die Cast Pocket Level with 360° Locking Vial. As you may recall, late last year Milwaukee Tool announced its new torpedo levels with the industry’s strongest magnets and a 360° vial locking mechanism.
We’ve long known that Romans knew how to make highly durable concrete structures. After all, many of their concrete structures, like the Parthenon, are still standing. The Pantheon was built 2,000 years ago and its roof is still the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. ABC News in Australia has posted