ArrMaz is proud to once again be sponsoring and exhibiting at CRU Phosphates 2017, March 13-15th, 2017, in Tampa, Florida. Now in its 10th year, CRU’s Phosphates 2017 is a must-attend event for key players and decision makers in the fertilizer, industrial and feed phosphate industries to meet and discuss issues affecting the global phosphate industry. Come and meet Arrmaz at Stand 10 at CRU’s Phosphates 2017!
John Suldickas, Commercial Manager, Oil and Gas at ArrMaz, will be presenting on the following topic at The North American Frac Sand Exhibition and Conference 2017, on Wednesday 22nd February, 2:15pm at The Westin Galleria, Houston, Texas: Maximizing Silica Dust Control Efficiencies Across the Frac Sand Supply Chain.
Road Science, a division of ArrMaz, is pleased to introduce its latest innovation in asphalt additive chemistry, ColdGrip IQ, specially formulated to produce better performing cold patch for pothole repair. ColdGrip IQ improves pothole patch technology by chemically transforming cutback asphalt to be highly compatible with cool, damp and dusty aggregates for easier production and longer patch life. ColdGrip IQ’s easy handling features in cold temperatures and low odor make it one of the smartest and easiest to use additives available to the industry for better pothole repair in any season.
Road Science, a division of ArrMaz, introduces ArrMuls Tack Technology, its latest innovation in asphalt emulsifier chemistry focused on eliminating tack coat tracking for faster traffic return to the roadway, while improving pavement layer bonding for better, longer-lasting roads. ArrMuls Tack Technology is a two-component chemical kit that enables emulsion producers to manufacture anionic non-tracking tack coat using strain-tolerant, non-brittle paving-grade asphalts. In contrast to conventional tack coats, ArrMuls Tack Technology is formulated to prevent the tack coat from being picked up and tracked away by vehicle tires, resulting in significantly improved pavement structure and strength.
ArrMaz’s SandTec®, a silica frac sand coating technology, reduces respirable silica dust generated during hydraulic fracturing by up to 99%. Just last month, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a final rule requiring industries that generate respirable silica dust to reduce the amount of silica dust their employees are exposed to by 50% within five years. ArrMaz is already helping hydraulic fracturing operations quickly and easily meet the new silica dust exposure limit with SandTec.