Latest Products in Commercial Glass

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    The Glass Guru of Roseville, Calif., introduced the ScratchPro scratch and graffiti removal kit that can remove scratches and acid graffiti without leaving distortion. The kit uses dry grinding technology that does not require an outside water source. Set up and clean up take minutes, and the system is compact and portable, according to the release. 
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    Manufacturer of commercial van and pickup equipment, Adrian Steel Co. of Adrian, Mich., introduced ADseries van shelving. The product features adjustable shelves, adaptable rail system that allows shelving to be repositioned without re-drilling holes, and advanced stamped steel-end panels that accommodate a diverse range of cargo. End panels feature a 6-inch knock out to allow 48 inches of floor...
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    India’s Nirvana Technologies Pvt. Ltd. released PLUS-Replicam digitizing software to replicate templates. The product helps users quickly generate accurate drawings of complicated shapes from digital images, according to a company release. Start with a photograph of a template, calibrate the image in PLUS-Replicam, trace the outline of the shape automatically or manually, and save it as a...
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    Glastar Corp. of Chatsworth, Calif., added UV Glue and lamp to its product offerings. The low-viscosity glue is used for high strength bonding of glass and crystal. The applicator needle allows for precise placement. The glue and lamp are sold separately and come in a range of sizes to fit your needs.  
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    Switzerland’s Hawa AG launched the Hawa-Junior 250/G sliding hardware system for large, heavy all-glass sliding doors. The system can move all-glass doors weighing up to 551 pounds and sliding panels move quietly and with little effort, according to a company release. The gliding bearing system consists of high-quality plastic rollers in trolleys, and a suspension profile provides a form-...
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    Chicago’s Thermique Technologies LLC expanded its heated glass towel warmer product line to include two metallic finishes, polished chrome and brushed nickel. Patented and Underwriters Laboratories approved, the product consists of heated glass housed in a freestanding frame that plugs into a standard ground fault circuit interrupter, or GFCI, wall outlet.  
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    Argotec Inc. of Greenfield, Mass., developed a transparent extruded polyurethane optical interlayer for bullet-, blast-, impact-, and hurricane-resistant glass. A thin sheet of aliphatic-grade thermoplastic polyurethane film, the interlayer bonds multiple layers of glass, polycarbonate or other clear substrates, resulting in a strong glass composite that can absorb powerful shock or impact...
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    Doralco, Alsip, Ill., offers the Slimline door rail. The product comes in heights of 1 inch, 1 3/8 inch, 2 inches and 2 ½ inches. The 1-inch wide rail can be used for 3/8-inch, ½-inch, 5/8-inch and ¾-inch glass, and the 1 ½-inch rail for 5/8-inch and ¾-inch glass. A cam lock works for all heights except 1 inch, and mag locks require 2-inch and 2 ½-inch...
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    Manufacturer of pressure-sensitive adhesive tape systems, Adchem Corp., Riverhead, N.Y., launched the HF hybrid glazing tape line. The American Architectural Manufacturers Association-approved tape consists of a 1/16-inch thick cross-linked closed-cell polyethylene foam coated on both sides with a high performance acrylic adhesive system on the liner side for glass bonding and an aggressive...
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    Glass Guru, Roseville, Calif., offers Glasstastic hard water stain remover. A crème cleanser used with a non-scratch scrub pad, the product restores damaged glass, porcelain, metal, tile and other hard surfaces. It comes in 32-ounce bottles individually or by the case.  
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