Stain remover cleans up concrete

Pour-N-Restore concrete and masonry stain remover features unique Micro-Extraction Technology. Pour-NRestore removes stains from motor oil, grease, hydraulic fluid, transmission fluid, brake fluid, anti-freeze, tar, wax, vegetable oil, citronella oil and food grease. It is ideal for use on driveways, garage floors, walkways, patios, factory floors, parking facilities, and similar […]

Penetrating stain beautifies vertical surfaces

Sherwin-Williams Vertical Concrete Stain is a costeffective way to add distinctive color and improved appearance to large concrete structures such as parking garages, stadium supports and tilt-up, block and stucco walls, to name a few. The coating is formulated to penetrate the surface, adding extra protection from water and weather […]

New underlayment offers strength, bonding

A new self-leveling portland cement-based underlayment that offers high compressive strengths and superior bonding characteristics is now available from Hacker Industries. Ideal for all types of commercial and multi-family projects, True Screed is engineered to transform cracked, uneven concrete floors into a smooth, strong surface for finished floor coverings. The […]

ASCC News: Position statements available

The ASCC has published Position Statements 10, 11 and 12 in a series of 12, on key issues of interest to concrete contractors. They are as follows: “Moisture-Sensitive Floor Coverings on Concrete Slabs” (#10); “Appearance Requirements for Concrete Slabs” (#11); “Responsibility for Buying Concrete” (#12). Copies may be ordered by […]

NATIONAL READY MIXED CONCRETE ASSOCIATION NEWS: Lemay to oversee applied engineering

The NRMCA has also hired Lionel Lemay as senior director of applied engineering. A structural engineer by training, with design practice experience, Lemay most recently was managing director, market promotion at the Portland Cement Association after a long stint heading PCA’s residential concrete promotion efforts. At NRMCA, he will assist […]