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Forum: Safety, training & legislation
Discussion:  cab windows
Number of messages: 5

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jaguar56
manchester, United Kingdom
Could any one help, are you allowed to use perspex for flt cab windscreens, i think not but cannot find any legislation on the subject.
regards keith.

Posted 12 Apr 2012 09:44 PM Reply  Report this message
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BobbyT
Wilts, United Kingdom
I'm not aware of any legislation about winscreen material, normally laminated or toughened glass as you know. Only thing I can think of against using perspex is it will go scratchy very quickly I think.
Bobby

Posted 20 Apr 2012 01:40 AM Reply  Report this message
BurtKwok
West Yorks, United Kingdom
Seeing as you can have a cab with no glass, putting perspex in will not be an issue, the only issue you will have is keeping it clean and if it is used outside in the rain, using a wiper is going to scratch the hell out of it.

Buy the operator a hat and a wet suit!

Posted 20 Apr 2012 05:19 AM Reply  Report this message
John_Lambert
Victoria, Australia

I have been to sites that use perspex to weatherproof forklifts. If yuo use the appropriate thickness and only clean it with a soft cloth then it should have a satisfactory life - one it becomes a visibility problem you just replace the same

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Posted 26 Apr 2012 04:35 PM Reply  Report this message
AceT
Hampshire, United Kingdom

Simple answer Yes.



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