New Patent-Pending Second Ledge System by MyGlassTruck.com Expands Glass Rack’s Usable Surface Area to Increase Carrying Capacity

Glassboro, NJ – MyGlassTruck.com introduces the patent-pending, removable Second Ledge System that enables glaziers to transport glass on the upper portion of a  glass rack when the bottom ledge directly beneath is already occupied.

The  system expands the usable surface area of the rack so glaziers can transport  more glass per trip and protect smaller or delicate glass by positioning it  higher on the rack, further away from the road surface.

The Second Ledge System may be utilized with most make and  model glass racks for compact vehicles through large glass truck bodies and  trailers. The System consists of a set of four 5-inch deep “mini” ledges that quickly  install and uninstall onto a row of E-track, which is also available from  MyGlassTruck.com. Each unit features robust, steel construction with two 1-inch  thick rubber block pads along the support surface to protect the glasses’ bottom  edge. The system has a weight capacity of 200 lbs. per set of four, based on an  evenly distributed load, and glass may be secured in place with a poles or  straps.

 

Systems consists of four 5-inch deep "mini" ledges that quickly install and uninstall onto a row of e-track.

Secure glass in place on top of the second ledge with straps or poles.

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