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  • Low Marking 32kg Suction Mount with 3/8" stud
    are as follows and only apply to accessory items purchased online Goods total UK delivery Ireland delivery Europe delivery 0 10 4 50 15 00 15 00 10 50 6 00 15 00 20 00 50 100 8 00 20 00 25 00 100 200 12 00 25 00 30 00 200 Free 25 00 40 00 Please note the delivery information above serves as a guide only Free delivery only applies to accessory products purchased online where the total cart value is 200 or more Delivery Times Delivery is usually within two working days of your order Please note that orders placed after 15 00 GMT with Royal mail delivery will not be dispatched until the following day During normal working weeks we aim to get your goods dispatched for next day delivery if your items are in stock ordered before 14 00 GMT Monday to Friday and payment has been successfully processed Unfortunately we can not guarantee next day delivery as we use a third party carrier for delivering our goods and there are occasions when a delivery is delayed due to a missort or non arrival at the sorting office If you have paid for your goods with PayPal there will be a 24 72 hour delay before being dispatched whilst the payment is being processed by PayPal For more information please see our delivery and returns page 2 Delivery for hire fleet equipment Location Our lifting equipment and compact cranes are available for hire throughout the UK including the channel islands Isle of Man Isle of White Jersey Guernsey and Ireland subject to availability Delivery Times and Days Lifting equipment in our hire fleet is normally delivered to your location before 10am Monday to Friday mainland UK only We can also arrange for a pre 9am delivery for lighter equipment a dedicated delivery time or weekend delivery to suit you subject to costs and availability Please contact a member of our team for further advise Unfortunately we can not guarantee delivery times as we sometimes use a third party carrier for delivering our equipment and there are occasions when a delivery is delayed due to external factors beyond our control Weekend and Same Day Deliveries We can arrange for dedicated transport to deliver your hired equipment at the weekends or the same day subject to cost and availability Please contact us for more information Receiving Your Equipment Equipment needs to be inspected for any damages prior to being signed for by the customer If you notice any damages to a machine please contact your nearest GGR Group depot immediately Off Hiring Equipment Customers are responsible for any machines they have hired until it has been collected by The GGR Group To off hire your equipment please telephone the GGR Group depot that you originally hired the equipment from or email info ggrgroup com The deadline to off hire your machine for collection the same day is 11 00am If you contact us after 11 00am the

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  • Did you know? / GGR Glass
    just flicking them with his finger Charles VI of France otherwise known as Charles the Mad was a sufferer of glass delusion disorder He had hallucinations that he was made of fragile glass so wore iron panels in his clothing and refused to let people touch him in case he shattered into pieces Terry Turbo Burrows from Essex holds the record for being the world s fastest window cleaner At 2009 s National Window Cleaning Competition he cleaned three standard sizes office windows with a 300mm squeegee and 9 litres of water in just 9 14 seconds Nature can make glass all on its own Slender glass tubes called fulgurites occur when lightning strikes sand and a material called obsidian is made when a volcanic eruption fuses rock and sand together Breathing kinetic glass is a truly science fiction film worthy material which is still being developed in the laboratory This living glass can help to control the air quality within a room as dynalloy flexinol wires make the holes in the panels open and close like fish gills when triggered by an electrical response to people breathing Leave a Reply Name Email Website Comment Leave a comment Please wait Search Our Blog Go Recent Posts Glass as Art GGR Glass Helps Bring a Slice of Ancient Mayas Culture to Liverpool Museum Lighten up The Evolution of GGR s Glazing Robots The Dream Team Glazing at Height with GGR s Vacuum Lifters Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google YouTube Pinterest Flikr Vimeo RSS Latest Tweets As GGR will be closed over the xmas holidays here s how this will affect delivery of orders from our online shop http t co MpUs0jhhs6 10 43 AM 16th Dec Here s our guide to threaded insert stud sizes to help you find the right suction

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  • Mounts that won’t leave their mark / GGR Glass
    to mount their equipment on GGR Glass stock five different industrial strength low marking mounts Low Marking 32kg Suction Mount with 3 8 stud Low Marking 32kg Mount with 1 4 Stud Low Marking 32kg Suction Mount with 1 4 insert Low Marking 18kg Suction Mount With 1 4 Insert Low Marking 18kg Suction Mount With 1 4 Stud Long A low marking version of the Woods Powr Grip N4000 hand cup is also available to buy online here Low marking pads can also be attached to our below the hook glass vacuum lifters for handling heavier loads We stock Low Marking Pads for Kombi Hydraulica vacuum lifters Low Marking Pads for Woods vacuum lifters and Woods Low Marking Vacuum Pads for Coated Glass which are suitable for lifting coated and painted or silk screen glass Tip Remember that low marking rubber compounds are less resistant to UV damage so extra care should be taken to keep these products out of direct sunlight when not in use For more information about our exclusive range of low marking Woods suction mounts and our other low marking products contact our customer services team Leave a Reply Name Email Website Comment Leave a comment Please wait Search Our Blog Go Recent Posts Glass as Art GGR Glass Helps Bring a Slice of Ancient Mayas Culture to Liverpool Museum Lighten up The Evolution of GGR s Glazing Robots The Dream Team Glazing at Height with GGR s Vacuum Lifters Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google YouTube Pinterest Flikr Vimeo RSS Latest Tweets As GGR will be closed over the xmas holidays here s how this will affect delivery of orders from our online shop http t co MpUs0jhhs6 10 43 AM 16th Dec Here s our guide to threaded insert stud sizes to help you find

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  • GGR Glass Guide to Working in Wet Weather / GGR Glass
    is sitting inside them Water or dirt on the load or suction pads can also reduce the lifter s slippage resistance which could cause the load to fall Water can cause even more damage to a vacuum lifter if it is exposed to below freezing temperatures As water expands when frozen any moisture that turns to ice inside the lifter can damage vacuum seals block airflows or break electric motors Here s some tips to remember when making sure you are using your vacuum lifter safely Do not use your lifter in the rain or leave it out during a rain shower Do not use your lifter in below freezing conditions Use a squeegee or chamois cloth to remove any moisture from the load before starting a lift Inspect your vacuum pads thoroughly to make sure they are in good condition read more here Use pad covers to protect vacuum pads when they are not in use High winds and cold weather conditions can also spell trouble for vacuum lifters for further information read our Take Care in Windy Weather safety blog We recommend that you speak to your on site Health and Safety Officer should you have any concerns about lifting in poor weather conditions GGR Group s customer service team is on hand to answer any of your technical queries about our machines Contact us today on 0161 683 2580 or email help ggrgroup com Leave a Reply Name Email Website Comment Leave a comment Please wait Search Our Blog Go Recent Posts Glass as Art GGR Glass Helps Bring a Slice of Ancient Mayas Culture to Liverpool Museum Lighten up The Evolution of GGR s Glazing Robots The Dream Team Glazing at Height with GGR s Vacuum Lifters Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google YouTube Pinterest Flikr Vimeo RSS

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  • Instant Lift with Slap On Cups / GGR Glass
    a sturdy metal handle for easily moving loads Watch the GGR Glass Slap on Cups in action here High heat versions of our most popular slap on cups are also available these are made from a special red silicone for working in temperatures up to 450 F 232 C Slap On Cups can be used for manoeuvring glass on a cutting table moving floor panels acrylics and plastics lifting pieces of ceramic tile or even reposition machinery parts safely using the BoomLift and StickLift which feature a handle to provide extra reach The D Cup Lifter is available in two capacities 22 7kg and 34kg and is ideal for easily lifting floor tiles as shown in the video clip below Take a look at this demonstration of how the D Cup Lifter works This suction cup features a quick release bar with trigger mechanism to break the suction when handling smooth surfaced materials Click here to see our full range of Slap On Cups Leave a Reply Name Email Website Comment Leave a comment Please wait Search Our Blog Go Recent Posts Glass as Art GGR Glass Helps Bring a Slice of Ancient Mayas Culture to Liverpool Museum Lighten up The Evolution of GGR s Glazing Robots The Dream Team Glazing at Height with GGR s Vacuum Lifters Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google YouTube Pinterest Flikr Vimeo RSS Latest Tweets As GGR will be closed over the xmas holidays here s how this will affect delivery of orders from our online shop http t co MpUs0jhhs6 10 43 AM 16th Dec Here s our guide to threaded insert stud sizes to help you find the right suction mount for your equipment http t co nCAXPvdn0d 9 46 AM 7th Jul http t co uePKkTLuCY Sale ends today 3 14 PM 25th

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  • Showstopping Glass Art / GGR Glass
    s 2 000 glass blown flowers are made up of over 18 tonnes of glass and 4 5 tonnes of supporting steelwork His collection of Chandelier hanging glass sculptures have appeared in exhibitions around the world In 2001 this 30 foot tall chandelier was installed in the main entrance of London s V A Museum when it housed one of his collections We d love one of these but it might be a bit over the top for our reception Marvin Lipofsky is another American glass artist who uses blown glass on a smaller scale but with beautiful results His signature multi coloured blown glass bubbles in distorted shapes appear in more than 90 museums and corporate collections around the world including the Corning Museum of Glass in and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York Originally from Illinois USA Lipofsky taught the glass programme at the California College of Arts and Crafts for two decades Jeremy Langford is a British Israeli glass sculptor from London whose work features in the British Museum Trump International Towers in Florida and the Western Wall in Jerusalem His series of glass installations in the catacombs of the Western Wall are made up from 150 tonnes of glass and document the history of the Jewish people Jeremy also specializes in stained glass art Keeping with the religious theme used in a lot of his work he created Our Lady of Lourdes a stained glass version of Madonna Another stained glass designer from the UK is Brian Clarke who is actually from Oldham where GGR Glass is based Brian s work includes the apex of the pyramid in the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation in Kazakhstan a 1 012 square foot stained glass wall in the Corning Museum of Glass and the stained glass ceiling at Spindles Town Square Shopping Centre in Oldham If that has given you some inspiration to try your hand at a spot of glass art and sculpting GGR Glass has some essential tools which might come in useful such as our Toyo glass cutters protective glasses and smooth jaw serrated jaw and offset jaw pliers Good luck with your masterpieces Take a look at our Glass Art Pinterest board for more amazing glass sculptures and let you know who your favourite glass artists are Leave a Reply Name Email Website Comment Leave a comment Please wait Search Our Blog Go Recent Posts Glass as Art GGR Glass Helps Bring a Slice of Ancient Mayas Culture to Liverpool Museum Lighten up The Evolution of GGR s Glazing Robots The Dream Team Glazing at Height with GGR s Vacuum Lifters Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google YouTube Pinterest Flikr Vimeo RSS Latest Tweets As GGR will be closed over the xmas holidays here s how this will affect delivery of orders from our online shop http t co MpUs0jhhs6 10 43 AM 16th Dec Here s our guide to threaded insert stud sizes to help you find the right suction mount for your equipment

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  • A Cut Above the Rest / GGR Glass
    glass without leaning to either side Make sure you can always see the cutting wheel and the line you are cutting along 4 Maintain the same pressure throughout your scoring if you ease the pressure at any point this will make the glass harder to break in places Pressing too hard can also cause difficulties when trying to break the glass along the score line as well as damaging the cutter wheel and giving you a sore hand 5 When cutting an irregular shape always cut from the narrowest end to the widest end 6 Always do the most difficult cut first like a sharp curve as the more glass there is surrounding it the less chance there is of the glass fracturing 7 Slow and steady wins the race in this case speed isn t important but maintaining the same pressure throughout the cut definitely is 8 If you need to stop cutting the glass mid way through a score remember to maintain the pressure and don t lift the cutter from the surface of the glass You can then continue the score from one edge to the other Never go over the same score twice as this can damage your cutter 9 Use a small brush to move any glass chips away from your working area so you don t scratch the glass or yourself 10 Wear eye protection to avoid getting small sharp splinters of glass in your eyes You will need goggles that fit close to your face Take a look at our range of goggles here Leave a Reply Name Email Website Comment Leave a comment Please wait Search Our Blog Go Recent Posts Glass as Art GGR Glass Helps Bring a Slice of Ancient Mayas Culture to Liverpool Museum Lighten up The Evolution of

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  • Take care in windy weather / GGR Glass
    use draw lines to help guide the load attaching them with hand cups GGR advises that you should not use compact cranes in wind speeds higher than 35 kilometres per hour 22 miles per hour 9 8 metres per second It can become difficult to maintain control of mini spider cranes and pick and carry cranes in high wind speeds increasing the risk of a crane tipping over or a boom swinging into somewhere it shouldn t If you are using a vacuum lifter with a crane remember that the maximum safe wind speed is still 29 km h The easiest way to accurately check wind speed is by using an anemometer Available to buy online through GGR Glass this pocket sized and practical gadget can measure both wind speed and temperature Remember that wind speed measurements can vary depending on where you are on site Readings taken around tall buildings can be lower than usual because the friction caused by air rushing past the building slows it down Ask the health and safety officer on site for assistance if you are unsure You can also judge wind speed by taking a look at your surroundings and using The Beaufort Scale Our technical support team are always on hand to answer any health and safety queries about GGR s lifting equipment Contact us today for further information about lifting in winter weather conditions Leave a Reply Name Email Website Comment Leave a comment Please wait Search Our Blog Go Recent Posts Glass as Art GGR Glass Helps Bring a Slice of Ancient Mayas Culture to Liverpool Museum Lighten up The Evolution of GGR s Glazing Robots The Dream Team Glazing at Height with GGR s Vacuum Lifters Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google YouTube Pinterest Flikr Vimeo RSS Latest Tweets As GGR

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