A revolutionary new product being introduced to the commercial building industry will help eliminate job delays and additional costs.
Jun 26, 2012
The SealCore Safety Plate is an innovative way to seal abandoned core holes and thru penetrations, both during construction and post-construction. It's faster, less intrusive, easier to install, and less expensive than traditional methods and offers both the benefits of safety and efficiency for general contractors who are renovating multi-story buildings.
Chuck Longhenry, the SealCore Safety Plate inventor, has over 25 years experience in the construction industry. Through his years in the industry, Mr. Longhenry observed the need for a cost effective, quick method that would allow contractors to seal abandoned core holes. His ingenuity and determination led to the creation and patent of the safety plate.
Traditional methods of filling the core holes can take up to an hour a hole and be messy. The installation of the SealCore Safety Plate takes less than 35 seconds and costs a fraction of the other methods, thus saving contractors time and producing a greater profit margin. The SealCore Safety Plate meets the International Building Code 4-Hour Fire Rating.
SealCore has been established as the required method for filling core holes in the Galleria Towers, Baylor Medical Facilities in Dallas, TX and Hall Office Park in Frisco, TX. The SealCore Safety Plate has been endorsed by contractors such as Scott and Reid, Highland Builders, Rosendin Electric and Gentzler Electric.
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