A New Generation
Solarban 90 Makes Good
Pilkington Architectural Glass North
America has launched Generation 2
Vitro Architectural Glass, formerly Pilkington MirroView and Pilkington
PPG Glass,announced that Solarban 90 MirroView 50/50.
solar control, low-E glass is now avail-
able on performance-tinted glasses,in-
cluding Atlantica®, Azuria®, Paciﬁca®,
SolarBlue®, SolarBronze®, SolarGray®
and Solexia® glasses.
pounds and 750 pounds in the glass
mode.It has a reach height of 9 feet and
weighs only 2,000 pounds.
In addition, it is only 34 inches wide,
The product is a reﬂective mirror so it can go virtually anywhere, such as
coating on a clear substrate and can be through a standard doorway or elevator
used as a digital display cover glass that without having to remove components.
the company says is ideal for conceal- yy➤www.baileycranes.com
Introduced in 2015,Solarban 90 uses ing digital displays and video screens
proprietary coating technology to de- in commercial and residential applica- Barkow’s Big Trailer
liver solar control and high visible light tions. MirroView has low ambient light
F. Barkow Inc. now offers a cus-
transmittance on clear glass,while pro- while MirroView 50/50 is better used tom-made, heavy-duty 14-foot trailer
viding color neutrality that the com- in conditions with high ambient light. to increase glass-carrying capacity.
pany says works well with a range of yy➤www.pilkington.com
It offers 96 inches of usable height,
eight stainless steel stakes with Bar-
kleats and hardware, Stake-Loc
self-locking stakes and 8-inch usable
Bailey Specialty Cranes & Aerials has ledgeboards with a double row of
In a standard, 1-inch insulating glass handling & transportation
unit with clear glass, Solarban 90 glass Small, but Mighty
has a solar-heat-gain coefﬁcient of 0.23,
a 15-percent improvement over Solar- introduced a new versatile lifting ma- stake slots. The trailer has baseplate
ban 70XL glass.
chine. Called the Brandon MINI, the pads every 12 inches on center, a step
new lifter has a hoist capacity of 1,000
machinery & equipment
Dura Speeds Up
The Erdman High Speed Dura line produces insulating glass vertically and
in a fashion that the company says nearly doubles the speed of traditional
vertical lines. Introduced last year, the High Speed Dura is ﬁrst for the line’s
vertical automation, and is designed to eliminate the need to tip a unit during
the production sequence, saving time, eliminating injury potential, and mini-
mizing breakage, according to the company.
bumper,front load stops to help prevent
damage to glass,“B” load-holding slats
for straps (included) for added secu-
rity,a 7,000-pound crank down (center
mount) front stand and back-up audio
alarm, among other features.
USGlass, Metal & Glazing | August 2017