Aquron (Rockwall, TX) produces I-Shield stone and concrete sealer. The non-toxic, non-polluting, non-flammable material is waterborne and stays pliable and resists abrasion while waterproofing the surface, keeping it clean and preserving its natural appearance. It also retards or eliminates efflorescence and resists the effects of repeated freeze/thaw cycles. For details, click here.
Little Beaver (Livingston, TX) now offers horizontal boring kits for use with its mechanical earth drills. The precise, time-saving units can be used in setting conduit, pipe and irrigation runs of three inches in diameter under sections of paving or decking up to five feet wide, and a unique connecting system allows the operator to stand while boring. For details, click here.
Laticrete (Bethany, CT) offers Hydro Ban, a thin, load-bearing waterproofing/crack-isolation membrane that does not require the use of fabric in the field, coves or corners. It’s a single-component, self-curing, liquid-rubber polymer that forms a flexible, seamless waterproofing membrane and bonds directly to a wide variety of substrates in and around watershapes. For details, click here.
Deck-O-Seal makes Deck-O-Shield Plus, a premium-grade, ready-to-use, water-based sealer formulated for use on natural stone and concrete. The product penetrates the surface to weatherproof surfaces and protect against efflorescence and staining. For details, click here.
Ditch Witch (Perry, OK) has launched a new and improved web site. Designed to improve the user experience, the site is cleaner and brighter and features videos of the company’s machines in action as well as more intuitive navigation and new social media elements. In addition, the site’s global reach is facilitated by its availability in six languages. For details, click here.