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  • Calculators at the ready! / GGR Glass
    leaf 16mm of air space and then another 4 4mm leaf would be calculated as a total thickness of 12 8mm Remember to include an additional 2 to the weight for a double glazed unit to accommodate the frame spacer bar and add a further 5 if it is a framed unit How to calculate minimum pad spread As well as the load weight the size of the glass unit also needs to be taken into account to make sure it isn t damaged during the lift By calculating the minimum pad spread overhang required you are ensuring that the lifter is giving enough support to the load through the placement of the vacuum pads The chart indicates allowable overhang based on the carrying angle and thickness of the glass The lifter s pad spread must be large enough to limit overhang and provide adequate support for the glass Remember that for double glazed units you are only looking at the thickness of the leaf that your lifter will be attached to not the total thickness of all leaves Once you have worked out the maximum overhang allowed for your load you can follow this formula to calculate the minimum pad spread dimensions you need from a lifter to safely handle your load Take a look at our full range of glass vacuum lifters here For further help in choosing the ideal glass lifting solution for your job contact our team today 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/calculators-at-the-ready/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Glass Sherpa is the best bet for glazing job / GGR Glass
    Firstly the Glass Sherpa removed the broken safety glass which had been damaged by an angry punter who probably just lost a bet Once the 193kg window had been removed the Glass Sherpa lifted the replacement laminated unit from the side of the glazier s van then moved it into position for fitting Popular with shop front glaziers the Glass Sherpa can handle glass units up to 4 metres in length with less risk of injury and load damage during the installation This small trolley weighs just 145kg and is collapsible for easy storage and transportation from job to job GGR Glass stocks a wide range of trolleys dollys stairclimbers tows and stillages to hire and buy online for safely transporting glass around site Take a look at the A Frames and Trolleys section of our online shop 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 Jun For this week s blog we found some fascinating facts about glass that you may not have known http t co 3xjHw30zvz facts glass 10

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/glass-sherpa-is-the-best-bet-for-glazing-job/ (2016-02-12)
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  • GGR Glass
    lifters are always in demand Take a look at how different lifters have been used with a UNIC mini spider crane to take glazing to new heights Read More Christmas 2014 Delivery Times Posted on December 15 2014 The GGR Glass offices will be closed over the festive period so unfortunately delivery times will be affected by the Christmas holidays Read More GGR s A Z of Glazing Jargon Posted on December 9 2014 There are so many specialist terms used in the glazing industry that sometimes it s difficult to remember the difference between your U Values K Values and R Values Read More 10 Types of Glass used in the Glazing Industry Posted on November 14 2014 The glazing industry is full of terminology describing different types of glass which can sometimes get confusing For example do you know the difference between low e and low iron glass Read More Happy 50th anniversary Woods Powr Grip Posted on August 26 2014 2014 marks a major milestone in the history of vacuum lifting specialists Woods Powr Grip as it has been 50 years since the company was set up in 1964 by Howard Wood at his workshop in Wolf Point Montana Read More GGR s Guide To Suction Mount Thread Sizes Posted on July 7 2014 Our Woods Powr Grip vacuum mounts are available in 7kg 18kg and 32kg capacities making them ideal for securing a wide range of portable electronic equipment and cameras onto non porous surfaces Read More Items 1 to 10 of 29 total 1 2 3 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

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  • Glass to keep you warm this winter / GGR Glass
    room GGR s pocket size E Activ Glass Coating Detector can identify when a low e glass coating has been used on a surface at the push of a button This is an extremely useful tool for building surveyors and compliance officers quality control stuff at glazing unit fabricators and on site installation teams to check that sheet glass and insulated glass units IGUs from 1 8mm to 6mm thick are coated properly Tested and approved by glass manufacturers Pilkington our detector can identify commonly used glass coatings such as Pilkington K Glass E Activ Optitherm energiKare Insulight Spacia Guardian s ClimaGuard Low E Neutral 70 SunGuard Advanced glass and many more It can also detect self cleaning coatings such as Pilkington Activ and Saint Gobain Bioclean which allow dirt on the glass surface to be broken down by sunlight then washed away by rain The E Activ detector works by shining an infrared light into clean dry glass and measuring how much is reflected back to check whether a coating has been applied and to which surface With its extended battery life the detector can take 40 000 measurements The E Activ Glass Coating Detector is available to buy here on the GGR Glass online shop Take a look at our full range of glass measuring tools including laser measurers measuring rods and angle finders 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/glass-to-keep-you-warm-this-winter/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Ice, Ice Baby! / GGR Glass
    capacity 32kg suction mounts with ¼ studs were used in sturdy triangle formation to mount a Canon EOS 5d Mk2 camera onto the roof and bonnet of the car The action was filmed by car photographer Neill Watson Take a look at this video clip to see the final results Despite concerns that the rubber pads of the suction mounts might become stiff and lose their grip in the freezing temperatures 28 C plus wind chill the camera rig didn t budge an inch You can read Neill s photography blog for more information about the ice driving film Neill also reviewed our Woods Powr Grip suction mounts on his Carphotographer net blog read it here To find out more about ice driving visit Icedriver com Click here for more camera mounting solutions available to buy online from GGR Glass 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 Jun For this week s blog we found some fascinating facts about glass that you may not have known http t co 3xjHw30zvz facts glass 10 13 AM 23rd Jun New blog post Exclusive to the

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/ice-ice-baby/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Suction Mounts go Hollywood! / GGR Glass
    here to watch this demonstration of how to create a safe and solid base for a camera which won t wobble or vibrate when the vehicle is moving Using 32kg payload Woods Powr Grip suction mounts the demonstrator builds a camera rig that is not only secure but is easy to adjust allowing the camera to be manipulated into the exact position required These mounts are available to buy from our GGR Glass online shop here The clip also offers some great tips and pointers for any amateur or professional car photographers and movie makers To see a wider range of GGR s camera mounting solutions click here 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 Jun For this week s blog we found some fascinating facts about glass that you may not have known http t co 3xjHw30zvz facts glass 10 13 AM 23rd Jun New blog post Exclusive to the GGR Glass online shop Low Marking Suction Mounts for use on light coloured surfaces http t co pqo9mJUOA8 5 23 PM 16th Jun From Our Facebook Builder wanted for 250m Woking towers

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/suction-mounts-go-hollywood/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Hand Cup 101 / GGR Glass
    porous surface for at least two hours If any vacuum power is lost the cup s red line indicator will appear which may be a sign that the hand cup needs to be repaired or cleaned A number of factors can affect the performance and lifespan of your Woods Powr Grip hand cup Prolonged exposure to UV rays can cause the rubber pad to age prematurely so remember to store hand cups indoors and with their pad covers on Temperatures above 49 C can make the rubber pad turn too soft to work properly Temperatures below 12 C make the rubber pad become too stiff to mould to load surfaces and increase the risk of vacuum leakage from the pump Leaving vacuum cups attached to surfaces for long periods of time can lead to marking especially in direct sunlight Remember to remove your hand cups from surfaces when they are not in use Cuts abrasions and tears on the pad s sealing edges can be caused by sharp corners rough surfaces or general wear and tear over the years This often means that the pad needs to be replaced Certain chemicals can damage the rubber including some cleaners and rubber restorers conditioners Petroleum based solvents diesel fuel petrol and paraffin will make the rubber dissolve whilst chlorinated solvents such as white spirits will harden and crack the pad face Here s our troubleshooting guide to easily solving some of the more common hand cup problems Contact us for further advice or to find out more about our hand cup repair and spare parts service 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/hand-cup-101-safety-guide/ (2016-02-12)
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  • GGR’s Secret Stocking Filler Challenge / GGR Glass
    included some clues on the tags Email your guesses to marketing ggrgroup com with your contact details before the competition closes on Monday 16 th December to be in with a chance of winning see competition terms and conditions below Good luck Present 1 When you need to get a handle on lifting a load this is the man for the job Present 2 This gift can double up as a mini snow scoop Present 3 This wheely great gift will make sure glaziers don t blow a gasket on the job Present 4 This best seller will really pump up your Xmas Present 5 And to finish with Prize Draw terms and conditions Entry is open to UK residents over the age of 18 The prize draw is open from 2nd December 2013 to 16th December 2013 Entrants agree to be bound by these terms and conditions The prize draw is for 30 of vouchers for a high street store of the winner s choice and a Lego mini spider crane Vouchers must be from a major high street retail chain or online retailer There are no runners up prizes Only one entry per person will be entered into the prize draw The winning entry will be randomly selected and overseen by an independent adjudicator The winner will be notified by email and or by telephone The name and county of the prize winner will be announced on the GGR Glass blog Facebook page and available to those sending a stamped addressed envelope marked Results to Christmas Competition Marketing Dept GGR Group Presentation House Broadgate Broadway Business Park Oldham OL9 0JA The winner agrees to the publishing of their name for the purpose of publicity and public relations No other alternatives to the prize will be offered and the prize is not transferable The promoter is GGR Group Ltd Presentation House Broadgate Broadway Business Park Oldham OL9 0JA Registration number 04901075 The decision of the promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into If a prize is unclaimed for 30 days the draw will be held again and the prize awarded to the winner of the second draw The promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual that corrupts or affects the administration security fairness integrity or proper conduct of this prize draw Employees friends and family members of GGR Group Ltd and the dealers of Unic Cranes Europe are not eligible for this prize draw 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

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