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Accella Polyurethane Systems Expands Position In Roofing Markets And Forms Dedicated Roofing Commercial Team

ST LOUIS, MO, July 25, 2017 – Accella Polyurethane Systems LLC (“Accella”) renews their focus on Polyurethane Spray Foam and Roof Coating Systems; focusing on low slope and flat roof commercial coatings for new and restoration construction. The recent acquisition of the Covestro spray foam assets, combined with its leading BayTec® silicone, BayBlock® acrylic and […]

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TyrFil: It’s What’s Inside That Counts!

Accella’s market-leading polyurethane tire fill, commonly referred to in the industry as foam fill, offers the most cost effective tire flatproofing solution for commercial and industrial heavy equipment. Formulated for improved safety and productivity, tires filled with TyrFil™ flatproofing will never go flat, even in the most hazardous and rugged environments. Our TyrFil™ flatproofing solution […]

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Accella Tire Fill Systems’ “One Tote, One Tree” Campaign Helps Restore Shoshone National Forest in 2017 through Ongoing Tree Planting Partnership with American Forests

The Accella brand, in concert with its TyrFil™ customers and distributors, has planted more than 142,000 trees, including new reforestation of whitebark pines in Wyoming  ST. LOUIS, MO – JULY, 12, 2017 – Accella Tire Fill Systems (www.accellatirefill.com), a division of Accella Performance Materials, has fulfilled another year in its ongoing dedication to planting new […]

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Ridge Stockdale will assume the role of Commercial Director of Spray Foam Roofing and manage a nationally based dedicated team that covers both distribution and contractors. “A leader in the rapid growth of spray polyurethane wall insulation, Accella will now provide a platform for similar growth in SPF roofing, marketing their products that have a proven performance history of over 40 years”. Ridge has 40 years in coatings experience and solution development for the roofing market segment and is considered a leader in the industry. Ridge is based out of Houston, Texas. Chris Brink Vice President of Accella Polyurethane Systems remarked, “Spray Foam and liquid applied roof systems remain underpenetrated in the massive roofing market. Delivering these high value-added technologies to building owners, through our strong support of the best contractors in the country, is a focus area for Accella as we continue to build a strident materials business in the construction sector. We have assembled a dynamic and experienced team to aggressively build presence in this market, selling our best in class products.” Leading brands formed by the new Accella Roofing Solutions group include: RoofTek, PolySil, Premiseal, BaySeal, BayTec, BayBlock and SealTite its newest brand of advanced roofing solutions. For more information please go to Accellapolyurethanesystems.com. About Accella: Accella shapes ideas that enhance our lives through improved comfort, safety, sustainability and performance. Accella is a leading manufacturer of custom formulated polyurethane systems, and recycled rubber products formed from the strategic combination of MarChem, Arnco, Pathway Polymers, Ultimate Systems, RB Rubber, IPS Polymer Systems, Zeus, Premium Spray Products, Coating & Foam Solutions, Burtin Polymer Labs, Quadrant Spray Foam and the Covestro spray foam business. The polyurethane business is focused on foams, coatings, binders, adhesives, tire fill, sealants and elastomers. The recycled rubber products business manufactures recycled tire crumb and custom colored EPDM granules strategically integrated with specially formulated polyurethane binders to produce rolled matting, equine matting, athletic flooring, playground surfacing and various custom molded products. The company manufactures in nine production facilities across the United States, one in Europe and one in China. To learn more about Accella Performance Materials and Accella Polyurethane Systems go to www.accellacorp.com. 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Formulated for improved safety and productivity, tires filled with TyrFil™ flatproofing will never go flat, even in the most hazardous and rugged environments. Our TyrFil™ flatproofing solution has led the industry for the past four decades. This patented formula ensures that heavy equipment can easily glide over the rocks, glass, rebar and other elements that are typically found in construction or Off-the-Road (OTR) applications. TyrFil™ flatproofing use directly saves time and money for field operators and with the lowest g-force transmission, it can help protect equipment operators from the repetitive motion injury of Whole Body Vibration (WBV). TyrFil™ flatproofing was developed nearly 50 years ago – and it’s a solution that is backed with some of the best chemistry and R&D in the industry. TyrFil™ flatproofing can be easily pumped into any pneumatic tire to replace air with a resilient, synthetic elastomer core that will eliminate flats, and vastly reduce tire wear, tear and denigration. TyrFil™ flatproofing also delivers the reliability required for rigorous applications ranging from mining, to agri-business, to construction, to military use. Additionally, TyrFil™ flatproofing is a sustainable choice. During the past few years, Accella Tire Fill Systems has proved that innovation and sustainability can coexist and become a competitive advantage. By using one of our tire fill recycling systems, virgin TyrFil™ flatproofing can be mixed with either used tire fill, crumb rubber, or even previously mixed material, eliminating the environmental impact of sending used polyurethane and used rubber to the landfill. Accella is committed to continuously developing new tire fill products and systems that reduce our customers’ carbon footprint. So, why is it what’s inside that counts? Quality Formulas and Best Practice Materials Handling = High Performance Plain and simple, quality formulas and best practice tire filling methods determine the integrity and success of the entire TyrFil™ flatproofing solution. TyrFil™ flatproofing is offered to the marketplace in different grades designed to accommodate a particular load, along with specific ride and traction requirements for a given application. A properly filled pneumatic tire provides a smoother quality ride that eliminates the “rough ride” often delivered by solid aperture tires. A smoother ride eases back, neck and head strain and can protect the equipment operator from WBV and other occupational safety issues related to the “jarring” of the human body. It also eliminates flat tires in OTR conditions that could impair equipment stability – and disrupt productivity. For this reason, following best practice materials handling protocol is absolutely essential. Our company Accella Tire Fill Systems – formerly ArncoPathway – has been committed for the past 40 years to adhering to and advancing industry best practices when it comes to polyurethane flatproofing technology. We believe this commitment to quality benefits and supports the entire polyurethane tire fill and OTR heavy equipment sector, not just our own brand. Our industry, just like any industry, has gone through an evolution over the decades – constantly working to improve gold standard expectations and to advance protocols. Practices that were once viewed as being acceptable and bringing added value to customers have since been debunked. These include the practice known in the industry as “chunking” – or mixing non-pure materials into the polyurethane tire fill formula to defray overhead and production costs. From a technical perspective, chunking is the process of cutting up large polyurethane flatproofing scraps from previously discarded tire filled carcasses and utilizing them and/or other materials in new carcasses, encapsulated in polyurethane liquid tire fill. Not only is this practice unethical, it’s unsafe. It most importantly risks the stability of tire fill’s performance – and also, sadly, has cost many valued reputations within the tire fill industry, affecting dealers by negative association who were not to blame. Dealers who were 100 percent in compliance with materials handling protocols and committed only to delivering a product constitution with the highest quality suffered because of the lingering bad practices of a minority of industry participants – and this is unfortunate. Accella Tire Systems and its entire network of dealers would like to change these misnomers. Our TyrFil™ flatproofing product line is developed with the utmost integrity and quality assurance. We believe that proper materials handling is absolutely critical. Our dealers go through a rigorous training and certification process to assure the highest standards of production and technical compliance and performance. That’s why we take our moniker – “It’s What Inside That Counts” very seriously. But when standards are compromised, it can affect an entire industry. That’s why Accella remains dedicated to playing a strong role in advancing product integrity and proper materials compliance across our category, in the same way that other gold standard bearers in the industry, such as the Tire Industry Association, continually advocate for safety throughout the tire industry. Accella invites ALL within our industry space to work together to take our category to the next level and ensure that best practices for materials handling finally become synonymous with today’s tire fill technology, a flatproofing platform whose time has come and that offers tremendous economic and safety advantages to the marketplace. TyrFil – It’s What’s Inside That Counts! [post_title] => TyrFil: It’s What’s Inside That Counts! 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The Accella brand, in concert with its TyrFil™ customers and distributors, has planted more than 142,000 trees, including new reforestation of whitebark pines in Wyoming
  ST. LOUIS, MO – JULY, 12, 2017 – Accella Tire Fill Systems (www.accellatirefill.com), a division of Accella Performance Materials, has fulfilled another year in its ongoing dedication to planting new trees in partnership with American Forests, the nation’s oldest non-profit conservation organization. Teaming up with its customers, aftermarket dealers and distributors around the world, Accella – which is the leading manufacturer of eco-friendly polyurethane tire fill for pneumatic tires – to date has planted more than 142,000 new trees to help restore forests destroyed by natural disasters. The initiative is part of the company’s industry-leading “One Tote, One Tree” green campaign (www.onetoteonetree.org), through which one tree is planted for every tote of Accella’s tire fill product purchased. For 2017, Accella’s donation is helping American Forests in its work with the US Forest Service to plant more than 40,000 whitebark pines in Shoshone National Forest, which is part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in Wyoming. The restoration of the Shoshone’s Wind River Ranger District is part of a decade-long reforestation project, countering the blister rust and mountain pine beetles that have decimated the area and led to tree mortality exceeding 80 percent in some places. These conditions increase susceptibility to wildfire, and the Burroughs Creek Fire there in fall 2013 destroyed more than 1,700 acres. “Accella Tire Fill Systems continues to prove itself a steadfast partner to American Forests, consistently demonstrating the great role of corporate responsibility and how it helps us accomplish our timely and critical work,” said Lea Sloan, VP of Communications, American Forests. “Accella’s `One Tote, One Tree’ program is a perfect example of how a company can include its customers and affiliates in the effort to give back to the environment, in a particularly sustaining manner. Accella’s choice to focus on the whitebark pine reforestation is especially exciting as these special trees not only provide habitat to a wide variety of species – the Shoshone is home to the largest population of bighorn sheep and some of the last remaining grizzly bears in the contiguous US – but these pines also act as ecosystem rejuvenators after wildfire. This is essential reforestation at its finest.” Accella Tire Fill Systems is dedicated to improving sustainability across the global Off-the-Road (OTR) tire marketplace. In its 45+ year history, Accella has become the industry’s market leader in tire fill solutions by focusing on developing eco-friendly flatproofing alternatives for industrial, construction and mining vehicles, along with other Off-the-Road equipment. The company’s patented TyrFil™ flatproofing solution may be pumped into any pneumatic tire to replace air with a resilient, synthetic elastomer core, ensuring both robust tire performance and less solid tire waste going into landfills. The result is increased comfort for heavy equipment operators, improved performance and safety, defrayed operator costs and better protection for the environment. “As a zero waste, zero emission manufacturer, Accella Tire Fill Systems is dedicated to sustainability as a long-term strategic business focus, and partnering with American Forests is a natural extension of that orientation,” noted Joe Negrey, Vice President of Accella Tire Fill Systems. “Our `One Tote, One Tree’ program exemplifies this philosophy by enabling our global network of distributors, OEMs and aftermarket dealers to join the effort to heal damaged fire zones like the Shoshone National Forest. Together, we are illustrating how businesses can turn innovation and sustainability into a winning formula, for the company and for the planet.” For additional information, please visit www.accellatirefill.com About Accella™ TyrFil™ Flatproofing Accella shapes ideas that enhance our lives through improved comfort, safety, sustainability and performance. Accella Tire Fill Systems manufactures the only shock absorbing, flatproofing solution - TyrFil. TyrFil™ flatproofing is a polyurethane liquid that is pumped into pneumatic tires to replace air with a resilient, synthetic elastomer core - eliminating dangerous and costly flat tires on OTR equipment while offering a smoother, safer flatproofed ride. Since TyrFil™ flatproofing extends tire life, it reduces the need for tire replacement and drastically eases environmental strain by helping to keep whole tire and scrap tire waste – and the unwanted emissions and carbon footprint they create – out of domestic and international landfills. With TyrFil, “it’s what’s inside that counts.” About American Forests Founded in 1875, American Forests has served as a catalyst for many key milestones in the conservation movement, including the founding of the US Forest Service, the national forest and national park systems, and literally thousands of forest ecosystem restoration projects and public education efforts. Since 1990, American Forests has planted more than 50 million trees in forests throughout the US and in dozens of countries, resulting in cleaner air and drinking water, restored habitat for wildlife and fish, and the removal of millions of tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Learn more at www.americanforests.org. 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The steel mills in this area use coke, sinter, blast furnace, steelworks, continuous casting and hot rolling processes for production. One leading steel mill in the area recently completed its Modernization and Transformation Investments (MTI) that had started in 2004, increasing its initial liquid steel capacity of 2.2 million tons/year to 5.3 million tons/year. Also, it installed production capacity of 3.5 million tons/year for flat products, 0.6 million tons/year for coils and 2.5 million tons/year for billets as finished products. This Iskenderun Steel Mill is running at full capacity and was experiencing significant downtime due to the tyres on their equipment - tyres were failing with 90-percent tread life left. An Accella Tire Fill Systems distributor, Fkk Guney Oto Lastik Takoz San, was consulted by the steel mill about this major tyre problem. This mill has eight heavy duty machines on site, Scheuerle/Kamag and Paling (Canadian equivalent). These machines feature nine axles and a 315/80R22.5 tyre size with an average life span of 2,500 hours. The original issue on the Paling machines were rim and chassis cracks. When examining the Paling Machine in terms of tyre and rim quality, it was found they may not be as strong as the rim and tyre specifications on the Scheuerle/Kamag machine. The rims are more light-weight and the tyres were standard Michelin X versus XZM on the Scheuerle/Kamag. The rim and chassis problems exposed the fact that the majority of the tyres at this mill were experiencing premature failure. Fkk Guney recommended TyrFil™ Ultra to solve the premature tyre failure problem. TyrFil is a two component liquid urethane that is pumped into the tyre through the valve stem, replacing all of the air. Then the tyre is pressurized to its operating pressure by using the urethane. The polyurethane liquid then cures into a solid elastomer. Once cured, it protects the tyre from punctures and significantly reduces costs of tyre repair and replacement. With a durometer of 30, TyrFil™ Ultra delivers the highest heat dissipation properties for extreme applications. Also, TyrFil™ Ultra tyre flatproofing improved safety at the steel mill by ensuring that its personnel are protected against air-filled tyre explosions. Tyre explosions and airborne rim flanges and locking rings can cause severe and sometimes fatal injuries to those in close proximity. Now the steel mill’s management can be confident that TyrFil™ tyre flatproofing will keep their personnel safe from these types of accidents. TyrFil™ has eliminated premature tyre failure, reduced downtime, and promoted worker safety at this steel mill. TyrFil™ – “it’s what’s inside that counts”. For more information, please visit www.accellatyrefill.com. 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Accella Tire Fill Systems Announces Simplified Name Changes to its Legacy Line of TyrFil® Polyurethane Formulations
tyrfil-logo-web ST. LOUIS, MO—November 16, 2016—Accella Tire Fill Systems (www.accellatirefill.com) announced today that it’s TyrFil® branded line of polyurethane tire fill formulations will begin transitioning to a simpler unified naming convention beginning December 1, 2016. The conversion will be completed by early next year. Under the new nomenclature, Accella Tire Fill Systems, formerly ArncoPathway, will continue to offer its same market-leading, high-performing polyurethane tire fill products that are the hallmark of the brand under a simpler product family approach. Accella’s patented TyrFil® flatproofing solution has been the “foam fill” industry gold standard for nearly 50 years. Polyurethane tire fill can be easily pumped into any pneumatic tire to replace air with a resilient, synthetic elastomer core that will eliminate flat tires. TyrFil® is the optimal choice, offering the smoothest flatproofed ride and vastly reducing equipment wear, tear and denigration – especially in comparison with solid apertures tires – for the construction, mining, material handling, waste management, military and equipment rental industries. Accella distributes TyrFil® through its worldwide network of OEMs, aftermarket dealers and distributors and offers the product line in a variety of formulations designed for specific durometer requirements and applications. By January 1, 2017, the new TyrFil® product family names will be as follows:TyrFil Flex (formerly TyrFil LD & SuperFlex) – With a durometer of 10, this formula has the lowest durometer for maximum deflection and an air-like ride. • TyrFil Utility (formerly TyrFil XL) – With a durometer of 20, this formula offers a soft ride and ample deflection in more demanding applications. • TyrFil Pro (formerly RePneu OEM & TyrFil G2) – With a durometer of 30, this formula is a general-purpose material used in 90% of tire fill applications. • TyrFil Premium (formerly RePneu II) – With a durometer of 30, this formula offers greater heat resistance for longer runs and optimum performance. • TyrFil Ultra (formerly RePneu & TyrFil MG) – With a durometer of 30, this formula delivers the highest heat dissipation properties for extreme applications. • TyrFil HeviDuty (formerly Hevi Duty & TyrFil HD) – With a durometer of 55, this formula provides minimal tire deflection for extreme load at slow speeds. The simplified product family consolidation provides customers with the option and flexibility to purchase all of Accella Tire Fill Systems’ tire productivity technologies from any of its manufacturing facilities: TyrFil®, TLC, ReSeal, and Carefree Tire. The only significant change that the aftermarket dealer and OEM marketplace will see is updated product information on labels, invoice line items, safety datasheets, and technical datasheets. “We’re pleased to unveil our new TyrFil® product families to reflect what the entire industry has always known about our formulations: `It’s what’s inside that counts’,” said Joe Negrey, Vice President of Accella Tire Fill Systems. “TyrFil® can be counted on to continue to provide the same trusted product quality and consistently high level of customer service that has been the absolute bedrock of our business for more than four decades. Our foam fill offerings not only eliminate flat tires and offer the smoothest flatproofed ride in the industry, but they deliver a sustainable, eco-friendly alternative that will help our dealer-customer network to reduce carbon footprint, while reaping cost savings and other performance benefits.” For more information about the Accella TyrFil® line, please visit www.AccellaTireFill.com. About Accella Tire Fill Systems Accella shapes ideas that enhance our lives through improved comfort, safety, sustainability and performance. TyrFil®, Accella Tire Fill System’s patented tire fill, also known as foam fill, can be pumped into any pneumatic tire to replace air with a resilient, synthetic elastomer core that completely eliminates dangerous tire flats in commercial and industrial heavy equipment vehicles. Since TyrFil reduces the need for tire replacement, it directly helps to defray vehicle repair costs and also drastically eases environmental strain by helping to keep whole tire and scrap tire waste – and the unwanted emissions and carbon footprint they create – out of domestic and international landfills. TyrFil transfers significantly less g-force resulting in a smoother, safer ride compared to solid aperture tires. Excessive g-force transmission, commonly known in the industry as Solid Shock, can produce premature damage to the equipment and injury to the operator. Prolonged exposure to Solid Shock can induce Whole Body Vibration (WBV) a measurable muscular-skeletal and neurological injury. These real occupational hazards can cost companies hundreds of thousands of dollars. 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Accella Tire Fill Systems, Makers of TyrFil®, Conducts Extensive Field Testing on “Solid Shock” Prevention for the OTR Equipment Industry Results Shared on New Online Information Site at NoMoreSolidShock.com
ST. LOUIS, MO – October 5, 2016 – Accella Tire Fill Systems, the manufacturer and marketer of the industry’s leading polyurethane flatproofing solution, TyrFil®, today announced the results of an in-depth field study to test the impact of what’s known in the tire industry as “Solid Shock.” The company also unveiled a new industry-facing awareness campaign to help prevent its negative impact and the effects of unwanted Whole Body Vibration (WBV) on operators of Off-the-Road (OTR) equipment. Solid Shock refers to the G-Force vibration emitted to both operators of OTR vehicles – and the equipment itself – from the use of solid aperture tires. Not only is Solid Shock a major source of premature wear and tear on equipment, it is also a leading cause of operator injury and may cause chronic WBV. To showcase just how significant the impact of Solid Shock really is, Accella teamed up with Transportation Research Center (TRC), Inc., North America's leading independent automotive proving grounds, to compare the G-Force transmission of polyurethane-filled pneumatic tires versus solid aperture tires. The study, conducted in May 2016, examined solids, which use high durometer components and deliver a harder, higher impact ride, in contrast to polyurethane-filled pneumatic tires, which have lower durometer components that are able to absorb more impact and deliver a less jarring ride that is safer and more comfortable for operators. A second independent corroborating study was conducted in July 2016. The conclusive findings are currently available on a new information and resource portal at www.NoMoreSolidShock.com. Because polyurethane filled pneumatic tires provide a smoother overall ride, they are the optimal solution for the construction, mining, material handling, equipment rental, ground support equipment, waste management, military and agriculture industries. The use of tire fill, commonly known in the industry as foam fill, enables operators to distribute load (to better match the properties of the filling medium with the tire and equipment engineer’s intended load deflection characteristics), thereby decreasing G-force transmission to both the equipment and operator. This premise was exemplified by the findings revealed in both the field testing and subsequent analysis. The first field test, conducted in May 2016 by TRC at their test site in East Liberty, OH, featured a Wheel Loader using 26.5X25 New Firestone L5 Slicks with Accella TyrFil® at 55psi and 26.5X25 New Revolution solid aperture tires. Accelerometers were placed on each axle, measuring acceleration in the x, y, and z axes. One triaxial accelerometer was placed in the cab at the base of the seat. Acceleration measurements were recorded at 100 Hz. A total of 10 sensors were placed in the vehicle. Runs were conducted over three courses at 5mph and 8mph. The second independent study, conducted in July 2016, measured and recorded total vibration and WBV levels on a Telehandler at a constructed test track facility in Rome, GA. The study examined differences in vibration levels between the use of solid aperture tires and Armstrong tires filled with Accella TyrFil® on a single piece of equipment on the track designed to approximate conditions that might be found at an industrial or construction site. The test results from both field studies were significant. In the May study, conducted by TRC, test results proved that pneumatic tires using Accella TyrFil® outperform solid aperture tires in creating less G-force. On average, tire-filled pneumatics transferred 36% less equipment stress and 41% less adverse Whole Body Vibration effects to operators. Specifically, the TRC results demonstrated measurably lower vibration levels in the cabin (floor-mounted accelerometer at the seat mounting) for polyurethane fill tires versus the solid tires on both Durability and Cobblestone tracks. Dr. Helmut Paschold, PhD., CSP, CIH Assistant Professor, Department of Safety Sciences, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a consultant for the project, offered further analysis and concurred that the measured cabin Gavg and Gmax values clearly support a claim of reduced vehicle cabin vibration with the use of Accella TyrFil® product in pneumatic tires when compared to solid aperture tires. In the second independent test, utilizing a telehandler, conducted in July 2016, indications corroborated the May 2016 Wheel Loader findings. The Armstrong tires presented the lowest WBV values, both r.m.s. and VDV, loaded and unloaded, among the tires both on the cabin floor and seat/operator interface. "The WBV differences are not random, but are significant," explained Dr. Paschold. "The data obtained on the cabin floor should be of greatest interest as it discounts the effects of the vehicle seat. Careful selection of an effective, properly adjusted vibration-attenuating seat coupled with the use of Accella polyurethane fill in select tires can greatly reduce WBV exposure levels and associated human health risk." When OTR operators select solid apertures tires, their drivers may be at risk for a series of adverse WBV health affects causing muscular-skeletal and neurological injury. In addition to the negative physical and health effects for OTR heavy equipment operators in the construction, mining, military and industrial fields, exposure to constant and severe vibrations can also create premature fatigue and wear and tear to the OTR equipment fleet – impacting suspension systems, including axles and other expensive parts, and causing costly equipment damage. "When WBV vibration results from excessive G-force transmissions from solid aperture tires, it can cost OTR operators both time and money—and severely impede on-the-job productivity," said Joe Negrey, Vice President of Accella Tire Fill Systems. "Often times, industrial equipment operators may be totally unaware of the extreme toll that the ‘rough ride’ from solid aperture tires can take on their expensive vehicles – and, most importantly, on their workers. Tire-filled pneumatics can vastly reduce this risk, while virtually guaranteeing a flatproofing solution for the heavy equipment industry that offers strong value and financial return." For more information on how to reduce Solid Shock through the use of polyurethane liquid-filled tires and prevent the potential impact of WBV, please visit www.NoMoreSolidShock.com. About Accella Tire Fill Systems Accella shapes ideas that enhance our lives through improved comfort, safety, sustainability, and performance. TyrFil®, Accella Tire Fill System’s patented polyurethane tire fill, also known as foam fill, can be pumped into any pneumatic tire to replace air with a resilient, synthetic rubber core that completely eliminates dangerous tire flats in commercial and industrial heavy equipment vehicles. Since, TyrFil reduces the need for tire replacement, it directly helps to defray equipment repair costs and also drastically eases environmental strain by helping to keep whole tire and scrap tire waste – and the unwanted emissions and carbon footprint they create – out of domestic and international landfills. With TyrFil, "it’s what’s inside that counts." 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Accella’s New TLC Tire and Rim Protection Formulas for the OTR Mining Industry Deliver the Most Effective Corrosion Protection on the Market
ST. LOUIS, MO – September 20, 2016 – Accella Tire Fill Systems announced availability of its newest TLC Tire and Rim Protection line, designed specifically for Off-the-Road (OTR) mining equipment. Accella, makers of the patented TyrFil® polyurethane liquid fill, now offers its TLC line in four distinct formulations – HT, Pro, Extreme, and Tundra. TLC acts as a coolant – conditioning the wheel and coating the inside of rims to protect them from rust and deterioration. Accella’s new tire and rim protection offering was determined by independent field testing to be highly effective in reducing corrosion therefore extending tire life and safeguarding against premature equipment failure.

Offering the best continual vapor dispersion to extend the life of both tires and rims, the new advanced rust-inhibiting technology utilized in Accella’s latest TLC product line delivers superior resistance against corrosion even in the most extreme weather conditions, available in freeze protection levels from 20° F to -40° F. The new line will be featured at the mining industry’s biggest global event, MINExpo International 2016 in Las Vegas, September 26-28th.

TLC Tire and Rim Protection liquid helps to prevent corrosion for longer tire life, easier tire changes, reduced downtime and costs, and overall safer operation. The TLC formulas are also non-toxic, non-flammable and non-hazardous – making them the most comprehensive and versatile form of wheel and rim corrosion protection in the tire industry.

"Corrosion is a significant issue in the OTR mining space," explains Joe Negrey, Vice President of Accella Tire Fill Systems. "It causes immeasurable damage to both mining equipment wheels as well as tires while negatively impacting equipment performance and reliability, making vehicles potentially unsafe for operators. Our expanded TLC formulations offer the best protection in the industry, and have been rigorously tested to endure even the most severe heat and cold extremes."

To prove the strength of TLC products, Applied Technical Services, Inc. (ATS), one of the industry’s top tier consulting engineering firms and independent labs with extensive testing and inspection capabilities, conducted a series of rigorous corrosion tests on Accella’s TLC Tire and Rim Protection and compared them to other industry leading products.

For the corrosion testing, ATS constructed specialized chambers to simulate a year of field use in a Mining OTR tire that operates at up to 176°F on a two-shift basis. To achieve this, corrosion testing was conducted at extreme temperatures of 212° and 100 PSI. The results said it all: At the end of a 30-day test, the sample steel coated in TLC PRO had only a 0.005% reduction in weight. The competition sample had corroded over 2.6 times as much, with a 0.013% weight loss. The significant difference in weight loss between the samples offers proof of performance of much higher levels of corrosion protection from TLC products.

The direct impact for OTR mining vehicle operators is two-fold: better performance and enhanced safety. TLC delivers reduced equipment down time and decreases annual operating costs. Sustained use of the product also helps to prevent catastrophic tire failures out in the field.

Adds Matt Hanson, TLC Product Manager: "Field testing revealed that, given time, the competition’s accelerated rate of corrosion would likely lead to premature equipment failures, safety issues and potential lost productivity – something that mining operators simply can’t afford."

For additional information, please visit www.accellatirefill.com or visit Accella Tire Fill Systems at MINExpo, Booth #4900.

About Accella Tire Fill Systems Accella shapes ideas that enhance our lives through improved comfort, safety, sustainability and performance. TyrFil®, Accella Tire Fill System’s patented tire fill, also known as foam fill, can be pumped into any pneumatic tire to replace air with a resilient, synthetic rubber core that completely eliminates dangerous tire flats in commercial and industrial heavy equipment vehicles. Since TyrFil reduces the need for tire replacement, it directly helps to defray vehicle repair costs and also drastically eases environmental strain by helping to keep whole tire and scrap tire waste – and the unwanted emissions and carbon footprint they create – out of domestic and international landfills. With TyrFil, "it’s what’s inside that counts." 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LOUIS, MO – August 30, 2016 – Accella Tire Fill Systems (www.accellatirefill.com), a division of Accella Performance Materials, has teamed up with its customers and dealers to plant more than 125,000 new trees in partnership with American Forests, the nation’s oldest non-profit conservation organization. To replant forests destroyed by natural disasters, Accella (which manufactures eco-friendly polyurethane fill for pneumatic tires) and its OEMs, aftermarket dealers, and distributors around the world are planting one new tree for every tote of its tire fill product purchased. The initiative is part of the company’s industry-leading “One Tote, One Tree” green campaign (www.onetoteonetree.org). A record-breaking 10 million acres of land burned across the U.S. in 2015 alone, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. This year’s 2016 fire season, which began in May, has already claimed five times more acres lost to fire damage, in comparison to last year, as reported by U.S. Department of Agriculture. Wildfires are absolutely detrimental to our natural resources, and with each acre burned, come the loss of untold numbers of trees that are essential to our planet’s health. Recently, Accella’s contributions provided 2,000 new trees to the Pole Creek Fire Reforestation project in Oregon, undertaken by American Forests this past year. A major fire in the fall of 2012, together with other recent large fires, burned more than 165,000 acres in the beautiful, resource-rich area of the Deschutes National Forest, outside the town of Sisters in central Oregon. Reforestation within the Pole Creek Fire zone will accelerate the development of mature forest to meet a broad range of habitat requirements for wildlife, help control erosion, and provide other important ecosystem services. “Accella Tire Fill System’s generous and ongoing partnership with American Forests exemplifies how responsible businesses across the United States—and the world—have supported our work for more than 140 years,” said Lea Sloan, VP of Communications, American Forests. “Our mission to restore threatened forest ecosystems and inspire people to place greater value on the role of trees in our world is greatly amplified by campaigns like `One Tote, One Tree.’ Accella has also helped us to raise awareness in the corporate world regarding the need to ‘give back’ to our environment by promoting essential reforestation.” As the industry’s market leader in tire fill solutions, Accella Tire Fill Systems seeks to improve sustainability across the global industrial tire marketplace. For more than 45 years, Accella has focused on developing eco-friendly tire flatproofing alternatives (for industrial, construction and mining vehicles and other Off-the-Road equipment) that increase comfort, performance and safety, defray operator costs and protect the environment. The company’s patented TyrFil® line of polyurethane liquid products, which may be pumped into any pneumatic tire to replace air with a resilient, synthetic rubber core, ensures both robust tire performance and less solid tire waste goes into our landfills. Choosing tire fill also enables operators to retread existing tires to prolong their lifecycle – something not possible with solid aperture tires. Accella’s tire productivity equipment is additionally designed to allow end-users to grind up old polyurethane tire filled tires for repurposing – enabling TyrFil product to be easily recycled for extended usability, another environmentally preferred option that is not possible with solid rubber tires. “Since our inception in 1971, the Accella Tire Fill Systems heritage has been to develop alternative tire solutions that are more efficient for operators and also easier on the environment,” explains Joe Negrey, Vice President of Accella Tire Fill Systems. “We proudly work in concert with our global network of distributors, OEMs and aftermarket dealers to help make the ‘One Tote, One Tree’ campaign a resounding success when it comes to supporting critical fire zones like Oregon’s Pole Creek region. “These and other similar projects are a shining example of how businesses can partner together for the good of our Planet to create more sustainable solutions and replenish our precious natural resources, added Andy Harris President and CEO of Accella Performance Materials. For additional information, please visit www.accellatirefill.com. About Accella TyrFil™ Accella shapes ideas that enhance our lives through improved comfort, safety, sustainability and performance. TyrFil®, Accella Tire Fill System’s patented tire fill, also known as foam fill, may be pumped into any pneumatic tire to replace air with a resilient, synthetic rubber “rides like air” core that completely eliminates dangerous tire flats in commercial and industrial heavy equipment vehicles. Since TyrFil reduces the need for tire replacement, it directly increases operating up-time, helps to defray vehicle repair costs and also drastically eases environmental strain by helping to keep whole tire and scrap tire waste – and the unwanted emissions and carbon footprint they create – out of domestic and international landfills. With TyrFil, “it’s what’s inside that counts.” About American Forests: Founded in 1875, American has served as a catalyst for many key milestones in the conservation movement, including the founding of the U.S. Forest Service, the national forest and national park systems and literally thousands of forest ecosystem restoration projects and public education efforts. Since 1990, American Forests has planted more than 50 million trees in forests throughout the U.S. and in dozens of countries, resulting in cleaner air and drinking water, restored habitat for wildlife and fish, and the removal of millions of tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Learn more at www.americanforests.org. 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With nearly 160,000 daily crossings the bridge is the busiest single-span bridge in Canada. Over time however, with that much traffic and with deteriorating structures due to weather, fixing the bridge became too expensive and exhaustive. In 2008 Transport Canada decided to build a replacement bridge, and released a tender to complete the bridge before 2020. This new bridge would be 10 lanes, and would be made of materials that would not deteriorate due to weather conditions. The St Lawrence Construction Group won the bid and in 2015 began actual construction on the bridge in late 2015. One of the members of their group, SNL Lavelin, contracted out a concrete Mega Transporter to Dorman Long out of the UK. Dorman Long’s DL-MT1000 Mega Transporter was the ideal solution for this bridge. It would haul the concrete pieces across the span in order to build the bridge. A 1000-ton capacity, 2.5m stroke jack-up system for handling precast concrete sections of the New Champlain Bridge side spans was also required. The Mega Transporter had 40 Dunlop Tires which were specifically designed for this machine. It is able to drive around a curve, drive diagonally and rotate about its centre point (carousel) at a full load speed of 1 km/hr and an unloaded speed of 3 km/hr. For safety reasons and to eliminate downtime, Dorman Long researched the best way to fill these tires. After consultation with several Accella Technical and Sales Representatives in both Europe and North America, it was decided that the 40 tires on the transporter would be filled with RePneu II. RePneu II’s unique formulation is designed to handle both the weight and speeds reached by the Transporter and was an ideal solution for increasing safety on the project. In late January 2016, 40 of these tires were filled using a TyrFil Flushless II pump at a long-standing customer of Mersinco’s - Pneus ICM in Montreal, QC. Jean LaPointe, Manager of Pneus ICM, ensured the project ran smoothly and finished on time. The tires were required to be filled at 214 PSI all 40 were filled in 10 days. The Mega Transporter is now on-site at the bridge location, and has been used in the early stages of the project. In fact, in February the first concrete footing was moved into place (shown below) and our contact at Dorman Long has assured us that there have been no issues with the filled tires and he is confident they will effectively serve their project. The bridge is scheduled to be completed in late 2018 at a total cost of $4.239 billion. 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Flat-proofing is solid option for maximizing tire life.

 
This article was originally featured in this month’s Lift & Access magazine.
By Joe Negrey ST. LOUIS, MO – July 18, 2016 – Companies that operate telehandlers and aerial work platforms know they have different tire choices when they outfit their equipment. Although many fleet managers know about tire fill, commonly called foam fill, as a flat-proofing option, they may not recognize the advantages that tire fill offers the industry. Tire fill is a polyurethane liquid that is pumped into pneumatic tires to replace air with a resilient, synthetic rubber core that eliminates dangerous and costly flat tires in commercial and industrial heavy equipment. Tire fill is typically delivered through the valve stem and cures within 24 hours. The material can be used in any tire with a sound casing. It is able to sustain tire pressures and footprint shape even in adverse weather conditions, including temperatures as low as -70° or in sweltering heat. The other go-to tire choices on the market are solid-rubber tires with apertures and pneumatic tires. Pneumatic tires offer various cost advantages, but are vulnerable to going flat from nails, screws, and rebar punctures. While they can offer a float-like ride, their air pressure must also be constantly monitored and maintained to ensure safety and performance. Solid tires are composed of the most stable tire material on the market and can’t be punctured. However, they are limited on sizes, tread patterns, and durometers, and their ride may be rougher for equipment operators. Solid tires also represent a potentially negative impact on the environment, as they cannot be reclaimed as easily as polyurethane-filled tires. Of the three tire options, tire fill can deliver specific advantages that may be preferable for heavy equipment owners and operators. Chief among them are the following. Virtual elimination of flat tires: Vehicles that run on traditional pneumatic tires have a significantly greater chance of experiencing a flat tire. Tire flats are dangerous to filed operators and they are costly, as they drain resources, affect the work schedule, decrease on-the-job productivity, and may render serious damage to equipment. Pneumatic air-filled tires are also at greater risk for blowouts. Decrease in the effects of whole-body vibration: Tire Fill provides optimal rough-terrain traction and tire deflection with the lowest g-force transmission, a leading cause of whole-body vibration. The physiological effect called whole-body vibration may result in worker attrition and job absence due to measurable muscular-skeletal and neurological injury to equipment operators. This is a real occupational hazard, not to be ignored, that can cost construction companies hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. Tire fill can offer drivers a smooth ride that is essentially synonymous with riding on air. Reduction in vehicle wear and tear: What many who operate heavy equipment may not realize is that polyurethane tire fill helps reduce vehicle damage from prematurely worn-out components because it lessens g-force transmission. Mounting equipment for solid tires is expensive, and the areas around the holes in aperture tires may be more prone to cracking. That increases tire wear and hastens the end of the tire life cycle. Tire fill eases the risk, helping to extend tire usability and saving operators from incurring costly equipment damage expenses. Opportunity for reclamation and recycling: The polyurethane in filled tires can be reclaimed much more easily than the rubber in solid tires, creating a second product lifecycle that can help reduce landfill emissions - a factor likely to be attractive for companies focused on carbon footprint reductions. The ability to reclaim and repurpose the material, as well as recycle the polyurethane fill, helps to make this medium a more sustainable, eco-friendly option. Greater adaptability and choice: The fact that polyurethane-filled pneumatic tires have a greater variety of tread patterns, tire constructions, and compounds available allows for greater flexibility in various applications. Polyurethane tire fill comes in a variety of durometers, so the type of fill can closely fit the application, from a softer fill for comfort and deflection to a harder fill for slow moving equipment with high pressure requirements. Also, the tire fill pressure can be varied to more closely mimic pneumatic tire pressure. Tire purchase and maintenance is one of the more significant expenses that telehandler and aerial work platform equipment owners and fleet managers must consider. While all three leading tire choices offer positives and negatives, it's worth taking the time to explore the specific operational and financial advantages to each. Your company's bottom line is literally riding on it. Joe Negrey is vice president of Accella Tire Fill Systems (formerly ArncoPathway), a division of Accella Performance Materials. [post_title] => To Fill Or Not To Fill [post_excerpt] => Companies that operate telehandlers and aerial work platforms know they have different tire choices when they outfit their equipment. Although many fleet managers know about tire fill, commonly called foam fill, as a flat-proofing option, they may not recognize the advantages that tire fill offers the industry. Tire fill is a polyurethane liquid that is pumped into pneumatic tires to replace air with a resilient, synthetic rubber core that eliminates dangerous and costly flat tires in commercial and industrial heavy equipment. 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