Strick Trailers, a manufacturer of aluminum sheet and post trailers, recently selected the Kemlite Extended Weathering Translucent Roof as its standard translucent roof choice.
When selecting a translucent roof, Strick says it will default to Kemlite’s extended weathering translucent roof embossed with enhanced tear-resistant (ETR) fabric. The Kemlite XLR fabric is one of several translucent roof solutions offered by Crane Composites.
According to Crane, its XLR translucent roof is “engineered to survive harsh environments by combining durability and enhanced weathering capabilities with natural lighting.” Crane also says the “ultramarine blue tint provides significant light transmission while limiting heat gain in the trailer,” improving safety and productivity for loading and unloading cargo, which is a must for today’s fleets.
“When a supplier approaches us with a new or enhanced offering, we listen,” said Justin Bell, Strick’s director of engineering. “When that technology fits with Strick’s product, and makes sense for our customers, we seize the opportunity.”