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August 2008

New Products

Hyde Tools
Southbridge, Mass.

Information about the Masonry Industry

The MAXXGRIP PRO line of carbon and stainless-steel wire brushes offers professional-grade prep tools that will benefit painters, plumbers, machinists and masons. These industrial-grade brushes are ideal for scraping paint; removing rust, dirt, oxidation and corrosion; cleaning cement; deburring small engine parts; or cleaning copper and aluminum tubing. The ergonomic, soft-grip handle maximizes gripping effort and eliminates pressure points, and the built-in guard protects fingers. For more information, call 800-872-4933.


InsulVent
Cheboygan, Mich.

Information about the Masonry Industry

The InsulVent meets the need for conserving energy. It can be opened from the exterior of the house and a foam block inserted to insulate against cold or warm weather. InsulVent is molded from a high-quality vinyl that is highly resistant to the elements and to impact. In the event of damage, the screen and insulation block are replaceable. The vent is a standard size and can be easily installed in any new block foundation or as a replacement vent. For more information, visit www.insulventinc.com.


MSA
Pittsburgh

Information about the Masonry Industry

The MSA Left/RIGHT ear muff is the first ear muff designed so that the left muff differs from the right for better fit. These muffs are large enough to fit all ear types, and sizes and are available in three noise-reduction models: low (NRR 21), medium (NRR 25) and high (NRR 28). Other features include new colors, new comfort headband design, and thin, flexible noise reduction rings. For more information, visit www.msanorthamerica.com.


SAKRETE
Charlotte, N.C.

Information about the Masonry Industry

SAKRETE Stone Veneer Mortar is a high-performance, polymer-modified mortar designed to set and grout natural and artificial stone. The advantages in using a pre-mixed mortar are a reduction of waste materials on site, a convenient and quality mix and consistent excellence. The risks of on-site mixing such as inaccurate proportional blending of sand and masonry cement are eliminated. SAKRETE Stone Veneer Mortar is enhanced with polymers to improve the bonding of stone veneer to the vertical substrate, whether it is a stucco scratch coat or a backer board in a wall system. For more information, visit www.sakrete.com.


Spectronics Corp.
Westbury, N.Y.

Information about the Masonry Industry

MAXIMA ML-3500 Series ultraviolet lamps use advanced micro discharge light (MDL) technology, plus a unique filter and bulb/reflector, to deliver up to 10 times the UV-A output of conventional HID inspection lamps. With these lamps, NDT inspectors can see the smallest surface defects, hydrocarbon contamination and other flaws that escape less powerful lamps. MAXIMA Series lamps are available in 120-, 230-, 240- and 100-volt AC versions as well as battery-operated versions that include a 12-volt, 7-amp/hour rechargeable battery. A battery recharger and carrying case are included. For more information, visit www.spectroline.com.


USG
Chicago

Information about the Masonry Industry

USG's LEVELROCK brand CSD EARLY EXPOSURE floor underlayment can be poured up to 60 days before the building's permanent windows and doors are installed in geographic areas not subject to freezing conditions (only up to 30 days in areas subject to freezing conditions). Designed for use in buildings with light-gauge steel frame construction, the product can be applied over corrugated steel decks, giving architects an economical means of designing mid-rise buildings up to 10 stories. The underlayment can withstand the rigors of trade traffic throughout the construction cycle, eliminating the need for any floor patching before the finished floor is installed. For more information, visit www.usg.com.

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