Tolerances has become a joint committee of the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC) of St. Louis, Missouri, according to Bruce Suprenant, technical director, ASCC. Suprenant is vice chair of this ACI technical committee, Eric Peterson, Webcor, San Francisco, California, chairs 117. The mission
ASTM International, one of the world’s leading standards organizations, announced today that it will host events, workshops and high-level meetings in El Salvador, Costa Rica and Panama during its “Road Show Centro América,” September. 11-15. The Road Show will feature in-person education, outreach, and training focused on the growing use
Makita has added two new rotary hammers that combine performance, less vibration and efficient dust extraction with the new 1-inch AVT Rotary Hammers with HEPA Dust Extractor, models HR2651F (Pistol-Grip), and HR2661 (D-Handle). Each have a built-on HEPA dust extractor, and each are equipped with Anti-Vibration Technology (AVT), an internal
Milwaukee Tool continues to expand their Storage Solutions with the introduction of the Ultimate Jobsite Backpack and Low-Profile Backpack. Designed from the ground-up to address the needs of professionals who need a durable, mobile solution to transport tools, accessories, and other materials to and from the jobsite, the new Backpacks
GCP Applied Technologies Inc. (NYSE: GCP), formerly Grace Construction Products, announced today that its line of synthetic microfiber products, previously sold under the names Grace Fibers, Grace Microfibers, Grace Microfiber FDS and Gilco Fibers, will now be marketed under the new brand Sinta. “We are excited to unveil the new
Werner, the global leader in the manufacturing of ladders with a full portfolio of climbing equipment, introduces the Leansafe Ladder, a step ladder that can safely be leaned against walls, corners, studs or a pole. Per OSHA regulations, traditional step ladders should never be leaned directly against a vertical surface
By Vanessa Salvia There is a common saying about art—we don’t always know how to define it but we know it when we see it. In some ways, that’s true for decorative concrete. Because it can encompass so many different forms, shapes and textures, decorative concrete is not easily explainable.