Concrete Products

MAR 2017

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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Page 64 of 85 March 2017 • 61 FEATURE SHOW REPORT A non-contact radar con- tinuous level sensor, RadarRight provides what product engineers note are dependable, economical, real-time level measure- ments for the storage of powders, bulk solids and liquids. The cement and aggregate vessel-ready instrument uses proven microwave "pulse" technol- ogy and has a small beam angle to centralize energy for high accuracy and reli- ability. The RadarRight is easy to set-up and configure with the included LCD push button display module. Analog or RS-485/Modbus versions are offered. Dust protection options are also available. — Monitor Tech- nologies LLC, Elburn, Ill., 630/365-9403; www.moni- Booth G72712 MONITOR TECHNOLOGIES Company has been appointed North American distributor of Boom Makina concrete placement equipment. With 1,000-plus units in oper- ation world-wide, the company notes, Spider Booms are a proven and dependable piece of equipment whose innovative design and features benefit many projects. Initial offerings are 16-meter, four-section Z-boom with a track crawler base option, plus 17- and 18-meter Spider Booms. — Cherokee Equipment Sales, LLC, Hampton, Ga., 770/331- 0686; SHORT BOOM PUMPS ColorFlo ® SG Granular Pigment SG • Free flowing • Low dusting • Wet & dry slump dispersion • Ready Mix, Precast, and Block & Paver applications • Granulated in Springfield, IL • Systems for all applications • Dedicated service technicians • Built in USA SOLOMON COLORS, INC. 4050 Color Plant Road, Springfield, IL 62702 | (800) 624-0261 An Employee Owned Company USA G RAN ULA TED IN ULA TED IN TED IN ULA

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