Dayton Superior Launches Two Concrete Construction Industry Apps

App users can search detailed product information or calculate grout needs.

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Dayton Superior is launching two new, free mobile applications (apps) that will allow customers in the concrete construction industry to access product and technical information on demand. The Dayton Superior apps are currently available for Android and iPad/iPhone users.

Dayton Superior’s two apps are:

  • Dayton Superior Searcher: Available free in the Android Market and the iTunes App Store. The Dayton Superior Searcher provides users with a wide range of detailed information about the company’s products including material safety data sheets (MSDS), technical data sheets (TDS), product information, list price information, product bulletins and success stories.
  • Dayton Superior Grout Calculator – Available free in the Android Market and coming soon to the iTunes App Store, the Dayton Superior Grout Calculator allows customers to easily determine the amount of grout required to cover a variety of shapes.

In addition, for smart phone users, both apps include a feature where a touch on Dayton Superior’s telephone number within the app will connect immediately to customer service.

These apps are available on the Dayton Superior website at: or by going directly to the Android Market or iTunes App Store and searching Dayton Superior.

“Dayton Superior continues to extend our spirit of innovation to an array of new platforms, adding real value to the customer experience,” explained Rick Zimmerman, Dayton Superior CEO. “These apps allow for greater real-time engagement with our customers. We are now there with them on the jobsite to assist in finding the right product solution for their immediate need and we stand ready to respond in the delivery of those solutions.”

The introduction of these mobile apps continues Dayton Superior’s customer communication initiative. Beginning in December 2011, the company introduced a strategic renewal of their chemical product line which included the use of QR codes on packaging. The QR codes allow smart phone users to gain immediate access to MSDS, technical data sheets and product information in Spanish.

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