Armatherm FRR Thermal Break Material and Washers
Armatherm FRR Thermal Break Material and Washers
August 31, 2015 7:00 AM CDT

New masonry products for August 2015

Lasers, eyewear, masks, and more

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Armatherm FRR Thermal Break Material and Washers

Armatherm
New Bedford, Ma.

Armatherm can help minimize building energy loss and improve building envelope performance. Thermal bridging through steel and concrete framing can have a significant impact on a building’s energy performance. Reducing heat flow within a building’s thermal envelope reduces energy consumption as well as potential condensation issues. Masonry wall tie-backs, shelf angles and lintels form significant, continuous thermal bridges and can reduce a wall’s R value by as much as 60 percent. Armatherm FRR thermal break material and washers significantly reduce energy lost from thermal bridging in shelf angle and lintel connections.

www.armadillonvinc.com

S740 Skid-Steer Loader Without Aftertreatment Technologies

Bobcat Company
West Fargo, N.D.

S740 Skid-Steer Loader Without Aftertreatment Technologies
S740 Skid-Steer Loader Without Aftertreatment Technologies
Bobcat Co. has released its first Tier 4-compliant 700 frame-size loader. The S740 is powered by an engine that is less than 75 horsepower and doesn’t require a diesel particulate filter (DPF), selective catalytic reduction or diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). Bobcat S740 skid-steer loaders use a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) to meet Tier 4 emission standards, but without the need for a DPF. The DOC is a special catalyst that reacts with engine exhaust upon contact and transforms combustion byproducts into substances like water and carbon dioxide.

www.bobcat.com

Self-leveling line laser PM 2-LG

Hilti
Tulsa, Okla.

Self-leveling line laser PM 2-LG
Self-leveling line laser PM 2-LG
The new Hilti Self-Leveling Line Laser PM 2-LG features green beam technology, which offers up to four-times higher visibility, compared to a standard red beam for great working range. The PM 2-LG features two green laser lines to perform a multitude of applications with maximum visibility. Applications such as leveling junction boxes, cable trays, radiators, pipe installations, suspended ceilings, and aligning doors and windows can be completed quickly and accurately. Also featured are an ergonomic and compact design for easy handling and a rubberized housing and pendulum lock for increased durability.

www.us.hilti.com/pm2-lg

Uvex Livewire Sealed Safety Eyewear

Honeywell
Dallas, Texas

Uvex Livewire Sealed Safety Eyewear
Uvex Livewire Sealed Safety Eyewear
Honeywell has released Uvex Livewire sealed safety eyewear with Uvex HydroShield anti-fog lens coating, for a style that delivers unbeatable performance and protection. The new Livewire offering is ideally suited for workers who require the added protection of a goggle and demand lasting, fog-free visibility to remain safe and productive on the job. By pairing Livewire with Uvex HydroShield, workers avoid lens fogging for more than 60-times longer than competitive anti-fog coated products, providing a winning combination of complete eye protection and the best anti-fog coating on the market.

www.honeywell.com

M2 Mesh Mask

RZ Mask
Chaska, Minn.

M2 Mesh Mask
M2 Mesh Mask
RZ Mask’s M2 Mesh Mask is engineered to perform. It is equipped with multiple key features to keep you performing at an exponential level of comfort and quality. Key innovations include abrasion-resistant mesh exterior that allows for easier air flow, keeping the user cooler; elastic side straps, allowing for a more precise fit; and dual directional exhalation valves that expel breath out and away from glasses/goggles. A HEPA filter allows for 124 percent more breathability than a standard paper mask, while remaining 99.9 percent effective at stopping particulates .1 microns or larger.

www.rzmask.com


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