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
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
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.
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.