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February 2014 Product Solutions

Antibacterial paper towels

Cascades. Antibacterial paper towels provide a simple and effective way to further reduce bacterial contamination and transmission. Unlike ordinary paper towels, when the Cascades Antibacterial paper towel comes into contact with water on hands as they are dried, it releases an active ingredient that kills more than 99.99 percent of harmful bacteria (based on third-party laboratory testing).

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Surface overlays

Cargill. Walkways can be dangerous surfaces for pedestrians. Fortunately, SafeLane surface overlay from Cargill helps prevent slippery conditions and protect infrastructure from corrosion damage. For use on bike paths, parking lots, event venues and other pedestrian surfaces, the patented epoxy-aggregate pavement overlay retains deicing chemicals, helping prevent ice and snow from bonding to the surface.

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Operations Management App

TMA Systems. Create work orders, take inventory, maintain quality inspections, manage data and training, and schedule multiple projects by simply tapping on the WebTMA GO app from TMA Systems. WebTMA GO saves organizations time and money by assisting in daily operations and generating essential reports. And, with WebTMA GO, schools can take TMA Systems advanced maintenance management software wherever they go.

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Ceiling tile web tool

Armstrong Commercial Ceilings. Armstrong has a new website that takes the guesswork out of replacing stained, damaged or dirty ceilings in classrooms, corridors and administrative offices. With just a few clicks of a mouse, facility managers can quickly and easily access the information they need to identify and replace damaged ceiling panels.

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