CRL’s New Dolly Covers All Terrain
Los Angeles-based C.R. Laurence Co. Inc. (CRL) is introducing a new all-terrain dolly for glass handling. Made of heavy, welded aluminum, the Cat. No. ATD1 dolly eases the task of moving large glass lites, insulating units, patio door panels and more across any jobsite terrain.
The dolly’s 16-inch diameter, 2-ply pneumatic tire can cross curbs, doorsills and scrap lumber and won’t bog down in the grass, sand, mud or even snowy or icy terrain. The dolly features a built-in 8-inch Wood’s vacuum cup and a set of CRL RB200 rolling blocks that protect the cargo’s edges once unloaded. The roller blocks are stored conveniently inside the dolly’s frame. The maximum carrying capacity is 400
Bromer’s Pole Systems Install Fast
Bromer Inc. in Terrebonne, Quebec, says its patented pole system is quick to install, and securely holds the glass on the rack and whatever is on the ledge board.
The company uses full-length rubber padding on vertical and horizontal support on its racks. Most importantly, its patented pole system does not exceed the required 102-inch width permitted on the road, unlike, Bromer representatives say, some hold-type pole systems when used on a double-side rack for pick-up trucks or
Myglasstruck.com Introduces Two New Glass Holding Poles
Myglasstruck.com, based in Glassboro, N.J., has released the T6-Adust-A-Pole and the T6-Super-Pole, two new poles for use with glass delivery racks. Both poles feature adjustable cleats, an integrated “T-channel” running the length of two sides of each pole and are made from a 1.5- by 1.5-inch 6061 T6 aluminum extrusions.
According to the company, these three features create stronger-than-typical poles by increasing structural integrity and adding resistance to bending. Both models come with a one-piece stainless steel hook at the top, and tongue at the bottom attached with removable stainless steel fasteners. Each pole is available in standard lengths from 72 to 144
Ultra-Vision Keeps the View Clear
In June SunTek® Window Films parent company Commonwealth Laminating
& Coating Inc. in Martinsville, Va., introduced a new line of architectural
window film: Ultra-Vision™. This line of unique, high-end, spectrally
selective window films offers the end-user relatively high visible light
transmission and total solar energy rejection, as well as relatively low
visual reflectance. The ULV 70 and ULV 50 products in the line feature
all-metal, 1.5-mil construction with a dry adhesive. The film is manufactured
using all non-corrosive raw materials, so silicone edge-sealing is not
required to take advantage of the manufacturer’s warranty. www.suntekfilms.com
GlasWeld in Bend, Ore., has launched a new distance learning program. The glass repair education, training and certification program is delivered to customers via G-connect, GlasWeld’s online communications platform.
The program breaks traditional training barriers by delivering a professional-level educational program that is accessible anytime, from anywhere with an Internet connection. The training modules in the program’s initial release include introductory information on new repair techniques using the company’s equipment; the science and history of glass; how glass breaks; the impact of natural forces and elements on repair; and detailed equipment operation instruction.
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with Toyo Supercutter
Bohle America Inc., headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., has reached an agreement with Toyo to offer the manufacturer’s full range of glass cutters in North America in addition to its own products. The company hopes to expand customer choices with the addition of the Supercutter range alongside its own Silberschnitt and Diamantor
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