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  • Lufft MARWIS road weather sensor

    The MARWIS mobile advanced road weather information sensor can be mounted on any vehicle to collect road weather information (surface temperature, dew point, water film height), road conditions (humidity, snow, ice, frost), grip (friction), and other environmental data.

  • Cargill AccuBatch brine maker

    The AccuBatch entry-level brine maker’s simple plug-and-play design allows for easy setup, maintenance, operation, and cleanout.

  • Rivertop Headwaters corrosion inhibitor for salt brines

    The Pacific Northwest Snowfighters approved Headwaters Corrosion Inhibitor at a 3.5% application rate (dose rate) to reduce the corrosiveness of salt brine (23.3% sodium chloride solution) by 75%.

  • McMahon Traisr asset management

    Ideal for fleets and complex campuses, the Traisr Web-based infrastructure and asset-management application relies on GIS to help users track, manage, maintain, and report on vital assets quickly and easily, on the road or off.

  • KZValve Tru-Torq ball valves for deicing systems

    The multifunctional Tru-Torq plastic ball valves are available with the company’s waterproof electric actuator, or as manual ball valves.

  • Grip Studs tire studs

    Grip Studs are rugged tungsten carbide studs that deliver the traction necessary for winter equipment without the drudgery and breakage associated with chains.

  • Aebi Schmidt Stratos spreaders

    Available in various sizes and as towed, flat silo, and dual chamber, the newest generation of Stratos spreaders is compatible with most carrier vehicles and tractors.

  • BOSS DXT plow

    Available in 8-ft 2-in and 9-ft 2-in. poly, steel, and stainless-steel models, the multiposition DXT plow features a dual-trip design that protects the plow when striking hidden obstacles.

  • A little $ help from your friends

    Crowd-funding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo can help get projects funded.

  • Modernizing an interstate

    Even after decades of use, the pavement was still in good enough condition to save, so UDOT elected to perform concrete pavement preservation (CPP).