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J&J unveils unique water reclamation system

Dalton—J&J Industries’ Aquafinity water reclamation system has reclaimed and reused more than 1 million gallons of water from its Dalton campus since March.

The system is capable of removing dye and chemical additives from its industrial wastewater by using a blend of filters and reverse osmosis, noted Howard Elder, the company’s director of research and environmental affairs. “The past several months have been devoted to tuning of the automatic control systems as the overall system has been brought up to full production capacity.” Continue reading J&J unveils unique water reclamation system

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J+J/Invision introduces DigiSample

Dalton — J+J/Invision announces the addition of DigiSample, a new quick reference digital carpet sample is a user-friendly addition to its recently redesigned website.

Designed with designers and architects in mind, DigiSample is a new and innovative electronic sample process that allows users to download a real-time carpet sample. This custom download generates a PDF with a set of specs, an actual size image, a pattern reference image, and a grayscale installed image of the selected carpet. DigiSample is ideal when time is of the essence or when narrowing down selections before placing actual sample orders. Continue reading J+J/Invision introduces DigiSample

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J+J/Invision launches mobile website

Dalton– J+J/Invision announces the release of its new mobile website, a companion to the full J+J/Invision website that is designed specifically for viewing on all handheld mobile devices. The site, an industry first, offers immediate access to the most critical information by providing quick reference and ordering capabilities from any location at any time. Within this simplified viewing experience, however, is a robust suite of features that includes large product images, full colorways, and comprehensive technical specifications. Continue reading J+J/Invision launches mobile website

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NeoCon2010: Commercial market shows signs of life

CHICAGO—After more than a year of feeling the affects of a recession that played havoc with the residential market for nearly four years, the architectural and design community is beginning to see signs of life. That was the prevailing sentiment at NeoCon 2010, which was marked by an uptick in attendance, standing-room-only carpet showrooms, gains in exhibitors and exhibit space and, most importantly, immeasurable optimism. Continue reading NeoCon2010: Commercial market shows signs of life