01. Stormwater management website
StormTrap, a provider of stormwater management systems for sustainable land development, launched its newly designed website, www.stormtrap.com. The new website provides a comprehensive overview of StormTrap’s capabilities across a range of applications and markets. According to the company, website enhancements include a clean, modern look; mobile-friendly responsive design; and improved navigation to quickly connect users with the information they need. Updated content includes new project profiles, video case studies, and product specifications.
02. Ceiling panel anchors
A Cintec custom-designed anchoring solution was selected to hold up the fire and waterproof ceiling panels over the New York City Transit Authority 181st Street train station. Cintec anchors were also selected to retain the bricks that line the walls. The overhead panels had to be raised in place up to the ceiling with a custom-designed crane. Panels were then attached to a mounting clip system that is held in place by the Cintec anchors.
03. Corrosion inhibiting admixture
Cortec’s MCI-2008 ViaCorr is an organic-based concrete admixture in powder form that combines Cortec’s Migratory Corrosion Inhibition Technology with a polycarboxylate-based, superplastisizing, viscosity modifier. According to the company, MCI-2008 ViaCorr offers corrosion inhibiting technology that will extend the life of all reinforced concrete structures and reduce construction time, as well as equipment costs and manpower for placing and compacting. MCI-2008 ViaCorr protects carbon steel, galvanized steel, and other metals embedded in concrete from corrosion induced by carbonation, chloride, and atmospheric attack.
04. Water monitoring systems
Senet, a provider of public, low-power, wide-area networks (LPWANs) for long range-based (LoRa-based) Internet of Things (IoT) applications, announced that Trimble’s new, LoRa-enabled Telog 41 Series of water monitoring sensors provide a wide range of monitoring capabilities to include water system pressures; level monitoring to measure levels of water in various resources such as aquifers, reservoirs, and towers; flow monitoring; pulse and event monitoring; and rainfall monitoring. These devices can communicate with the Senet network from long-range and have long battery life.