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  • GGR’s gloves are made of strong stuff / GGR Glass
    overheat Modern high performance textiles such as Kevlar are knitted into many of our gloves such as the Powerflex 80 658 gloves which also include glass and steel fibres for triple protection against cuts punctures and tears The Hyflex 11 625 gloves are ideal for intricate electrical assembly work as they include flexible Lycra and Dyneema an extremely lightweight polyethylene fibre with 15 times the strength of steel GGR s selection of gloves also include the following features Textured natural rubber coating for gripping slippy loads Powerflex 80 100 Rubber coated thumb Powerflex 80 602 PVC studs for non slip grip Neptune Kevlar 70 335 Neptune Kevlar 70 421 Latex coatings Powerflex 80 400 Powerflex 80 602 Oil repellant Nitrile coating Hyflex 11 800 Sanitized Actifresh finishing to protect hands from bacteria and irritation Grab it Safe 28 310 Long cuffs for added protection to the wrists and forearms 80 658 28 317 Neptune Kevlar 70 114 sleeve Leather palms Vantage 70 765 Machine washable Click here to find the perfect pair of gloves to suit you from our full range of PPE 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/ggrs-gloves-are-made-of-strong-stuff/ (2016-02-12)
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  • GGR Glass lifters ascend Manchester’s Beetham Tower / GGR Glass
    the glass MRTA6 MRTA611 and Hydraulica 1200 B lifters were hired to help lift and fit the replacement glazing with some help from an abseiling installation team for high level work The 1200kg capacity Hydraulica 1200 B installed large format canopy glass above the Hilton entrance The linear frame configuration of the MRTA611 made it perfect for lifting long slim panels using a tower crane and Libro 500 overhang beam The multi configurable MRTA6 was used to handle a variety of panels on site thanks to its flexibility Click here to find GGR s full range of specialist glass lifters and contact our team of lifting experts for help with choosing the ideal machine for your glazing project 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/ggr-glass-lifters-ascend-manchesters-beetham-tower/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Spotlight on Slings / GGR Glass
    tonne loads and are available in lengths up to 7 metres Two Ply Polyester Webbing Slings are double thickness duplex lifting straps that are extra strong and durable up to 12 metres long and can lift up to 3 tonnes This table shows how the way your load is slung can affect the lifting capacity of the sling Checking your sling Remember these top tips for making sure the full length of your sling is in good condition before attempting to lift your load as a using damaged sling may have a significantly reduced lifting capacity You should check for the following signs of wear and tear Abrasion Surface chafing Cuts Cracked end fittings Loose or incomplete stitching on eyes or seams Softened areas or powdering caused by chemical damage Look at your used sling against a brand new one to see how it compares and if you are still unsure don t use the sling You should never try to repair a damaged sling yourself Don t forget to also check your load as any sharp edges can easily damage the fabric sling but patches or sleeves can be used to provide added protection Make sure your equipment is compatible with the sling stretching the slings eyes wider to fit a larger hook in will make that part of the sling weaker and more vulnerable to breaking mid lift Using your sling Some more essential advice to remember to stay safe when lifting with webbing slings Plan the lifting and lowering of the load beforehand taking into account any potential risks Distribute the weight of the load across the sling as evenly as possible If using more than one sling make sure the load weight is spread evenly across them so the load won t tilt of fall during the lift Don t drag a slung load across rough surfaces such as the ground Don t pull a sling out from beneath the load when it is supporting its weight Don t shock load the sling by suddenly putting the whole load weight onto it Keep your sling away from direct sunlight heat and UV radiation Seek advice if using slings in extreme conditions or around chemicals GGR Glass is also able to create custom slings for those customers who want to lift larger and heavier loads We can produce bespoke flat simplex webbing slings up to 30 metres long and 20 tonnes capacity Round slings up to 18 metres long can be made to order for lifting loads of up to 100 tonnes 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/lifting-sling-guide/ (2016-02-12)
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  • GGR’s Guide to Gloves / GGR Glass
    or 1 5 Abrasion Resistance Blade cut Resistance Tear Resistance Puncture Resistance These tests reveal how much protection gloves offer when handling objects with sharp edges or rough surfaces Gloves scoring 4 or 5 in these categories offer the most protection but a glove that is highly resistant to a blade does not necessarily offer the same level of protection against a puncture or abrasive materials Gloves are also tested for protection against high temperatures standard BS EN 407 and cold hazards BS EN 511 Take a look at this chart which includes the safety factor of all the gloves in our range and what activites they are suitable for You can find the following protective gloves on the GGR Glass online shop High cut resistant Powerflex 80 600 Powerflex 80 602 Powerflex 80 658 Neptune Kevlar 70 421 Fingerless Neptune Kevlar 70 335 Full Finger Vantage 70 765 High puncture resistant Powerflex 80 658 Powerflex 80 602 High abrasion resistant Vantage 70 765 Hyflex 11 625 High tear resistant PowerFlex 80 100 Neptune Kevlar 70 114 Sleeve Neptune Kevlar 70 421 Fingerless Neptune Kevlar 70 335 Full Finger Powerflex 80 602 Powerflex 80 658 Hyflex 11 625 Vantage 70 765 Other specialist gloves PowerFlex 80 400 Grab it Safe 28 310 Grab it Safe 28 317 Long Safety Cuff Hyflex 11 800 If the glove fits Available in European standard sizes 8 9 and 10 GGR s gloves should fit your hand snugly but not restrict movement You want the glove to be comfortable but give you enough grip and dexterity to work safely Here s how to measure your hand and work out your glove size Here s some more top tips about choosing and using your gloves Store your gloves in a dark cool environment as extended exposure UV rays can be damaging especially to Kevlar Regularly inspect your gloves for wear and tear Gloves won t provide the optimum level of protection forever so need to be replaced every so often Latex gloves should never be used to handle oily machinery parts as the oil degrades the latex Gloves with non coated backs allow the hands to breathe better when using for long periods of time Check that the wearer is not allergic to any of the glove s materials Our gloves aren t suitable for handling chemicals or radioactive materials Gloves should never be used around powered blades or moving machinery as they can easily get caught Take a look at the full range of safety gloves and PPE on our GGR Glass 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

    Original URL path: http://www.ggrglass.co.uk/blog/ggrs-guide-to-gloves/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Privacy FAQs
    Transport Specialist Cups Slap On Cups Flooring Accessories Gloves PPE More All More Specialist Cups Slap On Cups Flooring Accessories Gloves PPE Home Privacy FAQs Help FAQs Shipping Delivery Privacy Security Returns Replacements Ordering Payment Updating Your Account Other Privacy Security FAQs Privacy Security How secure is your website What will my personal information be used for What is your website s cookies policy How secure is your website We have taken all necessary measures to make sure our customers can browse and make online payments on the GGR Glass website securely To find out more about our Security and Privacy policies click here What will my personal information be used for Any personal data that you enter to place an order on the GGR Glass website will only be used in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 for essential order administration and to notify you about changes to our services or special offers For more information about our privacy policy and how we use the personal details you submit when using our website click here What is your website s cookies policy We use cookies on the GGR Glass website to help us identify how to improve our

    Original URL path: https://www.ggrglass.co.uk/faqs/privacy/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Returns & Replacements FAQs
    Account Other Returns Replacements FAQs Returns Replacements What is GGR s returns policy I have received a faulty product waht should I do How do I exchange an unwanted unused item I have received a faulty product what should I do If you have purchased a product and it isn t working properly please contact your nearest GGR Group depot in the first instance to help troubleshoot the problem If the product is still found to be defective please return the product to the GGR Group depot and you will have the choice for us to replace repair or refund the item upon inspection Please note customers are responsible for payment of carriage to return and redeliver an item For more information about how to return a defective product click here How do I exchange an unwanted unused item If you would like to exchange an item for a different one please return the unwanted item in its original condition to your nearest GGR Group depot and notify us on returns ggrgroup com with the new item you wish to purchase Further information about Exchanges and Returns can be found here I m having a problem when trying to order

    Original URL path: https://www.ggrglass.co.uk/faqs/returns/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Ordering FAQs
    item is in stock How can I track my orders and view my order history I placed an order but didn t receive an order confirmation from you Did you get my order What are the restrictions on ordering knives and blades online How do I cancel or change an order If you would like cancel or amend an order placed on the GGR Glass website please contact our depot on 0161 683 2580 to organize a refund or return of the product if it has already been dispatched How do I check if an item is in stock Up to date information about whether an item is in stock appears on each product page If any items that you have ordered become unavailable we will inform you immediately Our customer services team can advise on when we are likely to receive a new delivery of any products that are currently out of stock For more information about product availability click here How can I track my orders and view my order history If you have signed up for a customer account on the GGR Glass website you can see all your current and past orders on the My Orders page of the My Account section If you require further details about the status of your order please contact us I placed an order but didn t receive an order confirmation from you Did you get my order When you place an order on the GGR Glass website you should receive confirmation emails as notification that we have received your order and payment has been processed If you have not received these emails please check that you have entered the correct contact email address when filling in your details and contact customer services for more information What are the restrictions

    Original URL path: https://www.ggrglass.co.uk/faqs/ordering/ (2016-02-12)
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