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Arlington Equipment unveils bus window installer

Posted on May 21, 2013

Arlington Equipment, a Queensbury, N.Y.-based manufacturer of powered glass manipulators for the public transportation industry, unveiled its VLSC 400 powered vacuum.

The VLSC 400 lifts, manipulates, removes and installs side windows, window units and windshields of up to 400 lbs. standard lift to 132 in.

Benefits include:

•    Reduced manpower — Installation can be completed by one person
•    Reduced chance of ergonomic injury, workers comp claims and absenteeism
•    Reduced chance of glass and vehicle damage
•    Increased productivity
•    Perform repairs anywhere on your property, no cranes or hoists needed

The VLSC 400 installs windows, window units and windshields regardless of shape, size, curvature and method of attachment to the vehicle.

Lease financing is available.

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