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06 Nov 2017

Dewalt Announces Jobsite Fan

Dewalt introduced the 11” Corded/Cordless 20V Max* Jobsite Fan, which continues the expansion of the 20V Max* system of 100+ products. The 20V Max* Jobsite Fan is compatible with the Dewalt 20V Max* and Flexvolt battery systems. The 11” Corded/Cordless 20V Max* Jobsite Fan is UL Listed and tested to

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concrete texture
06 Nov 2017

Defender Technologies Introduces Permastrong Building System

Defender Technologies LLC introduced a revolutionary and patented building system called PermaStrong. The PermaStrong building system utilizes pre-fabricated fiber cement wall forms, rebar and concrete fill assembly, which provides numerous advantages for residential and commercial buildings including superior structural strength, faster construction, and reduced labor costs. PermaStrong structures can withstand

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04 Nov 2017

Fab-Form Industries Announced Three New Products for Fall 2017

Fab-Form Industries is pleased to announce the release of three new products for fall 2017: 1. ZAT Catwalk Bracket: This enables our contractors to quickly install a catwalk and railing. The ZAT bracket is zinc plated steel for long life, folds flat for transport and weights just 7.4 pounds. ZAT

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R Torso ACI Excellence Award Winner
02 Nov 2017

American Concrete Institute Announces 2017 Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards Winners

American Concrete Institute (ACI) announced the winners of the 2017 Excellence in Concrete Construction Awards, who were honored during the Institute’s Concrete Convention & Exposition, October 16, 2017 in Anaheim, CA, USA. The highest honor was presented to R·torso·C, Tokyo, Japan. This award is given to a project that demonstrates

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Foam Control Max Foam GPS insulation
31 Oct 2017

Foam-Control Max GPS Is Next Generation Insulation Product

Foam-Control Max graphite polystyrene (GPS) is comprised of many small pockets of air within a polymer matrix containing graphite. The graphite reflects radiant heat energy like a mirror, increasing the material’s resistance to heat flow. Foam-Control Max achieves an R5 (R-value) at 1-1/16” making it nearly identical to XPS materials

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31 Oct 2017

Poured Foundations of Ohio Joins the Concrete Foundations Association

Poured Foundations of Ohio in Bear, Delaware, has joined the Concrete Foundations Association. CFA members receive education and technology resources, answers to technical questions, networking, awards and more. To learn more about joining the Concrete Foundations Association as a member, see their website, http://cfawalls.org/join. Contact Poured Foundations of Ohio 3415

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