ROCKLEDGE, Fla. /Advertising Industry Newswire/ — LRM Industries International, Inc. headquartered in Rockledge, Florida, has re-branded and launched a new Web site showcasing a range of developing new thermoplastic/composite products for the environmental engineering and green building markets. The designs of these innovative products were enabled by the unique size and structural features capabilities of LRM’s unique patented STF Sheetless ThermoForming(TM) and TPF ThermoPlastic Flowforming(TM) technologies. LRM’s new logo tagline captures the essence of this enabling of bold new designs: Infinite Possibilities in Plastic.
Said Jim Callough, CEO of LRM Industries International, Inc., “Long-established methods and technologies, while they become robust and productive, put limits on our thinking and prevent us from reaching for the best possible solution. New innovative technologies like LRM’s TPF and STF liberate product design by breaking through size and structural feature boundaries.”
LRM uses no VOC emitting materials in the manufacture of its products and its processes are closed-loop in terms of recyclability; there is no plastic waste and consumer and industrial recycled content is used in its products.
In a series of introductions in the coming months, LRM’s new products will be launched with the following brand names:
* HydroDome(TM) 610 Stormwater Chamber
* ValuDock(TM) Marine Dock Module
* ValuStair(TM) Unitary Stairway
* ValuBeam(TM) Composite Structural Beam.
The new LRM Web site is: http://www.lrmind.com .
LRM Industries International, Inc. was established to commercialize TPF ThermoPlastic Flowforming(TM) technology, a radically different and award-winning process technology for producing large, feature-rich, long-fiber reinforced thermoplastic composite parts in one fully automated molding operation. With the TPF ThermoPlastic Flowforming(TM) and STF Sheetless ThermoForming(TM) technologies, LRM enables innovative applications and designs in the use of plastics and thermoplastic composites to produce very large unitary structures where, to-date, it has been viewed as cost prohibitive or lacking in strength and structural integrity. Visit www.lrmind.com .