A flat and uniform support for the glass is essential to avoid cracking. The Waterjet Brick works well for cutting glass. Cut on top of Waterjet Brick to avoid frosting the back side of the glass with slat splashback. Avoids the risk of sprayback from slat deflection as much as possible. If the precautions are not taken to avoid sprayback, the glasspiece can be frosted or broken outright because of the spray pressure from the deflection. Using something like waterJetBrick board allows the jet to travel through and help minimize the sprayback effect if the waterjet steam comes in contact with a slat.
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The design of the Rhino Board gives an even flat cutting surface and works well with abrasive and straight Water jet cutting. The water turbulence will rise and lower thru our product, which will reduce heaving of the material much better than standard bricks.
The Rhino Board sheet weighs less than comparable amount of the old style bricks currently available, approximately 48% less, this saves on shipping costs but does not affect the durability of the Rhino Board.
SIMPLE & FAST
Rhino Board eliminates having to “BUILD” a bed out of smaller bricks which is both time consuming and clumsy during setup and removal. You can create a typical 6′ x 12′ bed of Rhino Board in a few seconds.
Rhino Board will not fall apart as rapidly as the old style bricks, there are no screws used due to our patented bonding process, making repairs to the Rhino Board possible with a simple hot glue gun.
Rhino Board creates less polyethylene residue in the tank due to the tubular design.
Rhino Board is partially made from recycled products and can be recycled again lending itself to be a very “Green” product.
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