Latest Products in Commercial Glass

  • Passaic, N.J.-based Bendheim added a production line for the manufacture of decorative laminated safety glasses. The line can incorporate a wide range of specialty interlayers, including custom colors, fabrics, metals, wood veneers and photographic images. The machinery applies heat and pressure in a vacuum chamber to permanently encapsulate film interlayers between two or more lites of glass....
  • Kawneer Co., Norcross, Ga., introduced the IR501 UT (Ultra Thermal) framing system to meet increasingly stringent energy and impact building codes. Designed and engineered for single span storefronts, the IR 501UT framing system is an enhancement to the company's IR500/501 platform, providing a solution to the growing need for hurricane-resistant products in the East and Gulf Coast states. The...
  • Australia's BGE developed the Arlington Mobile Ergonomic Handlers. The handlers feature high lifting capacity and electro-hydraulic operation for easier and less expensive maintenance, according to a release. They are designed to pass through standard doorways and freight elevators, eliminating installation and operation of fixed mount cranes and multiple handling transfers. 
  • Maeda USA, Houston, introduced attachments to its line of mini-cranes, including the Oktopus Panel Vacuum Lifter. Suitable for glazing installation, the mini-cranes are available with capacities ranging from 3,800 pounds to 10,800 pounds, with lift heights up to 68 feet. The cranes can fit through openings as small as 24 inches. The vacuum lifter can lift panels up to 660 pounds, with a rotation...
  • Select Products Ltd., Portage, Mich., offers a line of Select geared continuous hinges made from up to 100 percent recycled aluminum content. Their 50-year product lifecycle, and their recycled content, makes them a "green solution" for high traffic entrances, because they save the resources needed to produce many years' worth of replacement hinges, according to a release. More than 25 million...
  • Officials from Pilkington North America Inc., Toledo, Ohio, announced an increase in clarity of its Pilkington Energy Advantage low-emissivity glass. The product advancement to the pyrolytic coating technology reduces the haze value to a level so low that is difficult to perceive, and the glass continues to have no off-angle color, according to a company release. The development improves views...
  • GlasWeld, Bend, Ore., offers the Gforce2 scratch removal system, featuring a new center water-feed system for pinpoint accuracy and control in tight edges and corners. The ergonomic design ensures reduced operator fatigue, according to a release. The portable system comes in a professional, ballistic-grade, high-impact carrying case for use in the field or inside facilities. The system costs $1,...
  • Lapcraft Inc. USA, Powell, Ohio, introduced LCD Plus Diamond Core Drills. The high quality, long-lasting drills are the result of a unique diamond combination and a proprietary coating process, according to a release. Standard sizes run from 1/8 inch outside diameter to 6 inches OD. The company also offers a stripping and replating service.
  • The Glass Guru of Roseville, Calif., offers the ScratchPro scratch and graffiti removal system and the Glasstastic brand of water stain remover and surface protection products. The ScratchPro removes scratches and acid graffiti without leaving distortions, using dry grinding technology that does not require an outside water source or slurry canisters. Packaged in a rolling tool case, the system...
  • Perfect Score Technologies, Red Oak, Texas, offers the Perfect Score Tripod Drill Machine and Perfect Score Vertical Wet Belt Sander. The drill machine can accommodate diamond drill sizes up to 6 inches. It features operator variable speed control to 1,300 rpms and industrial grade linear shaft guides, coupled with DU bushings. The sander can operate in wet or dry conditions, and features a heavy...
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