Heavy Machinery

Protective layers of peel away plastic sheets for protecting heavy machinery windshields.

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.

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

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.