Latest Products in Fabrication Glass

  • Elliott Equipment Co., Omaha, Neb., introduced the V60 material-handling aerial work platform. The unit features a 63-foot working height and 500-pound platform capacity. It also can lift 500 pounds of material using its platform-mounted winch. The platform features a dedicated 110V circuit and tool caddy with cup-holders. The V60 mounts on a 19,000 GVWR chassis. It features the largest platform...
  • Weldco, North Hollywood, Calif., has developed a three-bar roof rack. The rack is covered with red vinyl for protection. It is easily installed, fully adjustable for easy tie-down, and compatible with single- or double-side glass racks, according to a release.
  • Unruh Fab Inc., Sedgwick, Kan., added two rack-mounted inclinometers as standard equipment on all of its pickup racks and one on its single-sided van racks. The equipment provides a distinct, easy-to-read visual reference to the driver of the truck if it is parked at an unsafe angle for loading or unloading. When truck lean exceeds 3 degrees, the driver should be alert to the fact that the glass...
  • Schodorf Truck Body & Equipment Co., Columbus, Ohio, redesigned its 24-foot-long glass transport truck body. Built with "galvaneal”—a zinc-impregnated, rust-prohibitive sheet metal—the body’s exclusive design features heavy-duty extruded aluminum horizontal slats, inside and out. It sports two full-length rows of extruded rubber cushions, and A frames that are pre-sealed and painted prior to...
  • The Demountable Glass Carrier from MyGlassTruck.com, Glassboro, N.J., allows glaziers to dual-purpose a van, Sprinter or pickup truck as a glass transport truck for small or occasional deliveries. A robust, easy-to-use mounting system enables users to install or uninstall the carrier in minutes. Sturdy and strong, the carrier features a T6 aluminum outer frame, posts and slats that are held...
  • Bromer Inc., Quebec, has introduced a 28-foot truck with an exclusive option: the sides of the truck can be accessed from the exterior via aluminum folding doors. The doors open and close in a fraction of the time it takes to open curtain tarps, eliminate the possibility of curtain damage or replacement, and contribute to lower gas costs due to their lightweight design, according to the supplier...
  • American Rack Inc., Milwaukee, a sister company of F. Barkow Inc., Milwaukee, introduced the Commander, a high quality, lightweight combination glass rack/roof rack engineered to fit most cargo and passenger vans. At $999, it is an inexpensive option in a difficult economy, according to a release. The weather-resistant rack is built of aluminum and stainless steel, and ships knocked-down for $250...
  • PPG Industries, Pittsburgh, has introduced Graylight II glass (pictured at right) a rich, almost-black glass that retains the aesthetic appearance of original Graylite glass (left) while providing significantly enhanced solar control performance. As a monolithic glass, Graylite II glass has a solar heat gain coefficient of 0.35 and visible light transmittance of 9 percent, which gives it the...
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    Schodorf Truck Body & Equipment Co., Columbus, Ohio, redesigned its 24-foot-long glass transport truck body.

    Schodorf Truck Body & Equipment Co., Columbus, Ohio, redesigned its 24-foot-long glass transport truck body. Built with "galvaneal"—a zinc-impregnated, rust-prohibitive sheet metal—the body's exclusive design features heavy-duty extruded aluminum horizontal slats, inside and out. It sports two full-length rows of extruded rubber cushions, and A frames that are pre-sealed and painted prior to...
  • Technical Glass Products, Snoqualmie, Wash., introduced FireLite ceramic glass with ultraHD Technology for high-end, fire-protective design applications. 

    Technical Glass Products, Snoqualmie, Wash., introduced FireLite ceramic glass with ultraHD Technology for high-end, fire-protective design applications. The technology improves the overall optical quality of each glazed lite, expanding options for design professionals who do not want to compromise color and clarity when using glazing to meet fire-safety codes, according to a release.The new...
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