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Racecar TearOffs / Bill McAnally Racing

By |2020-03-29T01:21:10+00:00March 29th, 2020|NASCAR, Racing|

NASCAR Champions / Bill McAnally Racing Toyota Camry Racecar TearOffs Description Racing team was seeking protection for Lexan windshields, windows off Toyota Tundra Race Truck TearOffs The Problem High visual acuity is critical for winning NASCAR races, especially under glaring track lighting. The BMR Team was seeking improved clarity, less glare allowing drivers to see

Paint Booth Light Fixtures

By |2020-03-29T01:15:37+00:00March 29th, 2020|Lexan, Paint Booth, Painting, Production, Production Line|

Spray booth light fixtures need protection from paint overspray. The Problem Critical lighting used for accurate and precise coating applications, become obscured overtime. The diminished lighting can cause quality issues in coating thickness. Overspray paint particles become vaporized, landing on the light fixture lens. Light lens is made of plastic and scratches easily during cleaning;

Retail Glass Protection / Home Depot

By |2020-02-22T15:29:54+00:00February 22nd, 2020|Buildings, Construction, Retail, Window|

Project Concrete Concentrate / Home Depot / Retail Glass Protection Description Store front windows need protection from concrete dust concentrations. The Problem Location windows become damaged, obscured with concrete dust concentrate, and vandalized with graffiti. 1. Dust from palletized bags or concrete, becomes airborne and settles onto store front glass windows. Evening air has high

Forestry Heavy Machinery Windshield

By |2020-02-21T02:41:42+00:00February 21st, 2020|Heavy Machinery, Logging, Safety Glass, Windsheild|

Project Logging Loader Windshield Protection Description Heavy machinery windows become damaged from tree branches The Problem World-class manufacturer of heavy machinery engineered for the lumber industry, has potential for damage to 6 separate windows during the logging process. Operators want to protect the glass from lumber strikes. The Solution The OE Manufacturer applied our 4

Polaris UTV Windshield 

By |2020-02-21T02:40:49+00:00February 21st, 2020|4X4, Polaris, UTV, Windsheild|

Project Polaris UTV Windshield Description Polaris RZR with Super ATV half windshield scratches easily during cleaning. The Problem UTV owner attempts to clean dried mud, dust and grit from his half windshield after recreational trail rides. The windshield scratches very easily, and lifespan diminishes with every cleaning leaving more scratches and hazing in the plastic

Homeplate Camera Protection / DFX Sound Vision

By |2020-02-18T14:00:41+00:00February 18th, 2020|Camera Shields, Lexan, MLB|

Project MLB Camera Shield TearOffs Description Camera position behind Home plate of Major League Baseball The Problem Camera position is in the “line of fire” for fastballs, curves and sliders that zip passed the catchers glove and crash into the protective Lexan cover that shields the expensive camera apparatus. This leaves marring, scratches and other

Baja Racer LED Light System TearOff

By |2020-02-17T17:19:35+00:00February 17th, 2020|4X4, Offroad, Racing, Safety Glass, UTV, Windsheild|

Description Desert Baja racing in Polaris RZR UTV The Problem Sand, flying rocks and granite pumice, sage brush – these are real and constant combatants in the desert racing environment. LED lighting systems receive heavy pitting, scratching and scarring on the lens that protects the lighting element, which will defuse the power of the lumens

Francis Hu Racing / Prototype Racecar Canopy

By |2020-02-15T15:38:25+00:00February 15th, 2020|Lexan, Racing, Recreational, Safety Glass, Windsheild|

Francis Hu Racing / Precision Composites Project: Prototype Racecar Canopy Description: National Auto Sport Series Pacific Elon NP01 Champion is seeking protection for his Lexan canopy on his enclosed cockpit racecar. The Problem The racing environment experiences flying gravel for the racing surface, sand and grit from trackside, blowing debris from spectator areas. Competing at

Lexan Underwater Protection

By |2020-02-13T23:41:14+00:00February 13th, 2020|Boat - Vessel, Heavy Machinery, Lexan, Military, Plexiglass protection, Research, Safety Glass, US Navy|

Project Title / Client Glass Bottom Research Vessel / U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Project Observation vessel with Lexan hull, needs protective surface Description U.S. Navy Research Personnel working aboard with deck shoes, equipment bags, miscellaneous tools creating scratches to interior surface of vessel hull, obscuring observation quality. The Problem The research vessel is designed with