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Safety Glass, Vertical Milling Machinery

By |2018-11-25T18:28:24+00:00November 25th, 2018|Heavy Machinery, Manufacturing, Plexiglass protection, Safety Glass|

Safety Glass, Vertical Milling Machinery Kyocera SGS Precision Tools Machinist Safety window protection from milled evacuated chips striking plexiglass, causing pits and scratching. Client must replace 3’ x 4’ window due to damage from milled material chips. Requested a TearOff solution. 41008SG-P 4 layer, 10” x 8” TearOff “Stack” designed with a Perimeter Seal. Perimeter

Heavy Machinery, Airport Runway Snow Removal

By |2018-11-25T18:26:00+00:00November 25th, 2018|Heavy Equipment, Snow Removal|

  Heavy Machinery, Airport Runway Snow Removal Cherry Capital Airport / Traverse City Regional Airport Commercial Aviation Protect heavy machinery safety glass from being damaged by snow and ice abatement measures – sand and other media. During runway snow removal or deicing operations, safety glass is being pitted and scratched, requiring replacement of expensive glass.

Inspection Camera / Dr. Pepper, Snapple Group

By |2018-11-25T17:38:36+00:00November 25th, 2018|Manufacturing, Manufacturing Process|

Inspection Camera Protection Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group Consumer Beverage, Bottling Production line Inspection camera positioned within a glass cabinet seeking protection from syrup spatter. Syrup splatter on inspection camera cabinet forces shutdown for clean-up. 41615SG 4 layer, 16” x 15” TearOff “Stack” designed with full adhesive. Full adhesive allows for wet application.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Windshield TearOffs

By |2018-11-25T17:33:53+00:00November 25th, 2018|NASCAR, Racing, Windshields|

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Windshield TearOffs Jenifer Jo Cobb Racing Motorsports, NASCAR, Stock Car Racing, Sportscar Racing Custom windshield TearOffs for Martinsville, Texas, Phoenix races Racing team needs 36 sets of 4 layer “stacks” for 3 trucks. 47230WP-B 4 layer, 72” x 30” TearOff “Stack”, Blank (no pattern) designed for custom trimming/forming with full

Heavy Machinery, Excavator Glass

By |2018-11-25T17:30:48+00:00November 25th, 2018|Excavator Glass, Heavy Equipment, Heavy Machinery|

Heavy Machinery, Excavator Glass Tilcon NY Mining, Heavy Machinery, Excavation Protect heavy machinery operator compartment glass from being damaged by flying rock chips. Excavator equipped with a rock chisel bit, used for mining granite. Rock chips are blasted out at high velocity toward the operator compartment, causing chips, pitting, cracks. In one case, a softball

Three Ladies And A Sign Design – Tough As Steel.

By |2017-11-09T16:01:42+00:00January 21st, 2017|Construction, Heavy Machinery, Machine Shop, Manufacturing, Manufacturing Process, Media Blasting, Production Line, Uncategorized, Workshop|

Now, when I picture a steel worker, it's usually a big. burly guy covered in sweat, wearing a hard hat. So when Three Ladies And A Sign DeSign came knocking, asking us to help them get more life out of their media blast cabinet safety glass, we were blown away at what these gals create

Tenaris Camera’s Get Fast Clean with TearOffs

By |2017-11-09T16:01:43+00:00April 12th, 2016|Camera Shields, Instruments, Laser Scanner, Manufacturing, Manufacturing Process, Production Line|

Our friends to the South, manufacturer Tenaris Hickman in Arkasas emailed in a new challenge: production line camera's recording the daily operations were becoming obscured because of sprinkles of adhesive fluid were gumming up the camera lens. Codie Anderson got TearOff Products on the job, and in no time, we had 4 layers of protective

TearOffs – Mining Excavator – Rock Impact – Close Call!

By |2017-11-09T16:01:43+00:00April 11th, 2016|Construction, Heavy Equipment, Heavy Machinery, Mining|

  A TearOff heavy machinery customers was chipping out granite with an excavator when a rock chip the size of a softball blasted away, crashing into his windshield. He'd recently installed a 4 layer stack of TearOffs the day before, which contained all the shards of glass in place, and saving the operator from serious injuries.

TearOffs – Army Corp of Engineers – Dam Construction

By |2017-11-09T16:01:43+00:00April 3rd, 2016|Construction, Military, Power Generation, Production Line|

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers were faced with a challenge: An 800 foot tall Oklahoma dam construction project needed epoxy grout, for bonding the sliding gate channels in place. Working from scaffolds positioned around the dam, engineers were attempting to mix two epoxy parts on 16" x 22" plastic palettes, then apply it to the dam/channel surface.