Latest Products in Fabrication Glass

  • Quality Metalcrafts LLC/Americlad, Rogers, Minn., announced the production of small-run custom color composites. The process includes applying a chrome phosphate pretreatment to the mill finish composite and an air dry system Kynar paint finish that meets the weathering requirements of AAMA 2605-05. The company can make a minimum of two sheets of composite to accommodate smaller projects that...
  • The field service team for Linetec, Wausau, Wis., now offers an environmentally-responsible coating system for on-site repair and restoration of architectural aluminum product finishes. The formulation of the Trinar Aqua air dry system coating was developed in partnership with AkzoNobel, Amsterdam. The on-site finishing option from Linetec helps preserve commercial and residential properties’...
  • Southern Aluminum Finishing Co., Atlanta, introduced the SAF Series 4500 Pressure Equalized Rain Screen. The commercial building panel system meets AAMA 508-07 requirements, and was tested for air and water resistance, as well as structural integrity per ASTM 283, 330 and 331. The Series 4500 is manufactured with mitered and sealed frame extrusions and reinforcements in the corners of the panels...
  • Häfele America Co., Archdale, N.C., developed the Hawa Concepta, a pocket system for wood and glass doors. The system is easy to install and can handle large doors and a heavy weight capacity, according to a company release. Concepta is suitable for frameless glass, and allows for wheelchair access because the doors pivot and pocket out of the way. With Concepta, there are no doors protruding...
  • Wood’s Powr-Grip, Laurel, Mont., developed Cladding Pad Frame Extensions to increase the versatility of its Manual Rotator/Tilter (MRT) and MRT Assisted (MRTA) Series below-the-hook vacuum lifters. The plug-in style pad frame extensions enable the MRT(A) lineup of vacuum lifters to handle metal wall and roof panels. By removing the standard pad arm extensions and replacing them with the Cladding...
  • Bromer, Terrebonne, Quebec, designed a lift spreader bar to reduce the risk of injury and speed up the process of unloading heavy cases. The lift spreader bar provides the strength, access and speed necessary to unload cases, according to a release. Made of steel, it has a 4,500-pound capacity. Anchors located under the bar receive the forks from the lift, enabling a secure movement. When...
  • Nathan Allan Glass Studios, Richmond, British Columbia, added six shapes to the Sphere Series of the Josiah J Collection. The collection now includes spheredrop, trisphere, quadrasphere, diasphere, pentasphere and hexasphere. The glass spheres are made by attaching dynamic shapes to one side of clear or textured sheets of glass. Sheet sizes range from 1 foot by 1 foot, to 7 feet by 12 feet....
  • Auburn Hills, Mich.-based Guardian Industries Corp. introduced SunGuard SuperNeutral 62. With 62 percent visible light transmission and a low 0.31 solar heat gain coefficient, it provides natural light, less heat gain and a neutral, clear appearance. The company also announced the availability of SunGuard products compatible with Building Information Modeling technology at www.sunguardglass.com....
  • Bondaflex, Lakewood, N.J., developed Sil 200 MJS, a general purpose, onecomponent, miter joint silicone sealant designed to reduce labor and increase productivity. The sealant offers flexibility, compatibility and low odor/low volatile organic compounds, according to a company release. The semi-selfleveling 200 MJS sealant bonds to most substrates, including glass, aluminummill, anodized, alodine...
  • provides maximum protection according to European standards. The clothing is comfortable and lightweight. The company is the official licensed partner of DSM Dyneema, The Netherlands, for cut-resistant clothing. C.R. Laurence Co., Los Angeles, distributes the product in North America.
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