Easi-Set Worldwide Conducts Profitable Security Check for New J-J Hooks Barrier


MIDLAND, VA / ACCESSWIRE / November 8, 2022 / Easy Set worldwide, a subsidiary of Smith-Midland Corporation (NASDAQ:SMID), today announced that it successfully passed the Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH) Test Level 2-11 crash test of its newly developed low-profile JJ Hooks Connection System, Limited Deflection Barrier. The MASH tests took place at the Texas Transportation Institute.

This unique pre-engineered barrier system offers manufacturing cost advantages and simplifies on-site installation and will be available nationally from our licensed Easi-Set JJ Hooks™ manufacturers to state transportation agencies throughout North America.

“The successful completion of this MASH test further solidifies Smith-Midland’s position as a technology and safety leader in our industry,” said Ashley Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer of Smith-Midland.

“This product represents another dynamic barrier to the JJ Hooks product line and we are excited about the potential to expand our presence in North America,” said Art Miles, President of Easi-Set Worldwide.

To learn more about the JJ Hooks line of barrier products and licensed precast concrete manufacturers, call 800-547-4045 or visit us www.JJHooks.com.

About JJ Hook’s Precast Concrete Road Safety Barrier

JJ Hook is the industry’s most successful private link design with well over 16 million linear feet provided for freeway construction projects in North America and abroad. JJ Hook’s freestanding, pin-down and bolt-down designs are MASH TL3 tested and available from over 40 manufacturers worldwide. Learn more about the JJ Hooks barrier and their network of licensed precast concrete fabricators by calling or visiting 800-547-4045 www.JJHooks.com.

About Smith Midland
Smith-Midland designs, manufactures, licenses, leases and sells a wide range of precast concrete products primarily used in the construction, transportation and utility industries. Management and the Board of Directors own approximately five percent of SMID stock, which aligns with shareholder values. Smith-Midland Corporation has three manufacturing facilities in Midland, VA, Reidsville, NC and Columbia, SC and operates Concrete Safety Systems, our JJ Hooks safety barrier rental division. Easi-Set Worldwide, a wholly owned subsidiary of Smith-Midland Corporation, licenses the manufacture and sale of Easi-Set products, including JJ Hooks and SlenderWall, providing diversification opportunities for the precast industry worldwide. For more information, please call (540) 439-3266 or visit us www.smithmidland.com.

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About Easi-Set Worldwide
Easi-Set Worldwide, a wholly owned subsidiary of Smith-Midland Corporation, licenses the manufacture and sale of Easi-Set products, including JJ Hooks and SlenderWall, and provides diversification opportunities for the precast industry worldwide. For additional licensing or sales information, please call (540) 439-8911 or visit us www.easyset.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This release contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. The Company’s actual results could differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause such a difference include, but are not limited to, the risk that the coronavirus outbreak could affect future operations, product demand, the impact of competing products and prices, capacity and supply limitations or difficulties, and delays in approval by customer drawdowns, general business and economic conditions, including recessions, bad debts, the impact of the Company’s accounting policies and other risks identified in the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Media Inquiries:
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Investor Relations:
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Tripartite Advisors, LLC
(214) 872-2710

SOURCE: Smith-Midland Corporation

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