Concrete Products

MAY 2018

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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46 • May 2018 www.concreteproducts.com FEATURE TRUCKS & COMPONENTS COOPER TIRE | SEVERE, WORK, PRO SERIES Severe Series 315/80R22.5 Work 255/70R22.5; Pro Series 295/75SR22.5 Ultra-thin M20388 Series is available in amber, red, white, or blue, sized at 3.3- x 1.2-in. Each light has six high-performance LEDs to deliver superior brightness and performance in steady-on or flashing modes. The durable polycarbonate housing and clear lens are 0.5 inches deep—a low-profile design suiting vehicle applications where safety, visibility and reliability are critical. Lights are surface or tape mounted and avail- able with an optional flasher module control. — Maxxima/Panor Corp., Hauppauge, N.Y., www.maxxima.com LED EMERGENCY/WARNING LIGHTS Manufacturer launched a line of namesake truck and bus radial tires at the 2018 Technology & Maintenance Council meeting and Transportation Technology Exhibition. It includes the Severe, Work and Pro Series tires, all available this month and becoming companion offerings to the Cooper Roadmaster brand products for primarily highway applications. Pro Series tires are built with proprietary compounds and tread designs that provide a balance of fuel efficiency and long miles to removal, while Work Series tires balance fuel efficiency and tread life with scrub-resistant properties. The Severe Series is engineered for the most demanding applications, with tires built to withstand heavy scrub and cut/chip environments, impacts and off-road driving conditions. Tire's tough, full width, four-belt construction ensures casing will provide multiple retreads. — Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., Findlay, Ohio; www.coopertire.com

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