ROCKLEDGE, Fla. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LRM Industries International, Inc. headquartered in Rockledge, Florida, announces the introduction of the HydroDome(TM) 610 composite stormwater chamber. The HydroDome design concept, introduced in 2009, comes from both the efficiency of nature and the ageless understanding by architectural engineers, that the dome is stronger than an arch or vaulted tunnel.
The HydroDome(TM) project at LRM was initially code-named “Beehive” with a goal of achieving extremely high space utilization efficiency, with high strength, while using environmentally responsible recyclable materials and processes. This morphed into a domed cell structure to retain the natural field “nesting” efficiency, while adding incredible strength.
The new HydroDome(TM) 610 is an extension of the original design, adding storage capacity and maximizing strength through the expanding capability of LRM’s STF Sheetless ThermoForming(TM) technology for the production of large reinforced composite thermoformed products.
Said Jim Callough, CEO of LRM Industries International, Inc., “The unique HydroDome design allows for a side-to-side nested installation, using less excavation, stone, and land area. This space efficiency combined with the HydroDome 610’s 81.9 cubic feet of capacity make it a high performance, cost effective stormwater solution. As with all of our products, no VOCs are emitted during its manufacture and all trim is recycled back into the process on-site.”
LRM Industries will exhibit HydroDome(TM) at StormCon(R) 2010 in San Antonio in booth #925-927.
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 the new 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.
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