Euclid adds resilience to New American Home

Euclid Chemical’s flooring products were incorporated in the 2021 New American Home, offering resilience to high-wind events and fire. Located in the downtown corridor of Winter Park, Fla. the concrete home showcases state-of-the-art materials in home efficiency, construction and design. The manufacturer’s Level Top PC-AGG self-leveling overlayment was used in white throughout the first floor’s main living area, office and…

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Solvent-free epoxy slab coatings

Dural Aquatight 100 Plus and Dural 50 LM FS join company’s line of epoxy-based products, bringing forth new solutions to combat water-related damage and ensure optimal concrete protection and repair. The former is a low odor, solvent-free, fast cure slab moisture mitigation agent placed as a single coat to become a critical part of the flooring system, used even when…

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Euclid Chemical lands patent for low-dust, epoxy grout aggregate

Sources: Euclid Chemical Co., Cleveland; CP staff

A new patent covers dust-limiting aggregate in Euclid Chemical’s E3 epoxy grout series. Researchers developed the DL Technology to support worker safety by reducing the amount of handling and mixing dust in re-grouting routines typical of manufacturing or process equipment movement. 

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Adhesive anchor excels in the face of temperature, creep challenges

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Company’s newest adhesive anchoring solution, Dural ICC Gel, delivers what product engineers note are market-leading temperature and creep resistance properties for hardware critical to ensuring threaded rods and rebar are firmly embedded in concrete structures. Specifiers, contractors and developers can rest assured that the adhesive will provide the strength and bonding necessary, engineers add, as it has been widely tested and been found to consistently perform.

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STEEL, SYNTHETIC FIBER REPORT

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Concrete Products examines polypropylene, nylon, acrylic and other synthetic products for secondary concrete reinforcement, plus steel fibers, which continue to show potential for replacing conventional rebar or mesh. Most of the products and technologies here will be exhibited at 2018 World of Concrete.

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