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February 2015

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WORLD FENCE NEWS • FEBRUARY 2015 • 43 technology with the ECOSOL system, BFT's revolutionary 24V solar system designed for both slide and swing ap- plications. BFT Americas, Inc. is a whol- ly-owned subsidiary of BFT S.p.A. of Italy. BFT Americas, Inc. has been distributing in North America quality CSA/UL approved gate operators for over 20 years. The company has an offi ce in Boca Raton, Fla. where its UL/CSA approved electromechanical, hydrau- lic operators and road barriers are stocked. BFT Americas, Inc. distributes throughout the United States, Canada, Central America and the Caribbean Islands through distribution partners. The U.S. offi ce provides distrib- utors with technical service, support and training as well as developing new products for the gate automation market. In March 2004, BFT was acquired by The SOMFY Group, worldwide leader in automation around the home and buildings. Somfy Systems, based in New Jersey, Florida and California, has been present in the United States since 1977. For more information, visit the web site Visit World Fence News Online – IDAExpo brings together door and access systems industry professionals The IDAExpo is the premier educational venue for those who de- rive their living from the door and access systems industry. In addition, exhibitors from throughout the globe display the latest in products and services mak- ing the IDAExpo the place to be to learn about what's new. The 2015 IDAExpo is planned for April 8-11, 2015 at the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., halls ABCD. The IDAExpo is owned and produced by the International Door Association, a trade association with membership focused on door dealers, but also including a diverse group of product manufacturers and distributors. Topics and products included at IDAExpo are commercial doors, fi re doors, residential doors, pedes- trian doors, gate operators, dock systems, rapid roll doors and secu- rity systems. The host hotel is the JW Marri- ot Indianapolis. Room reservations may be made at 866-704-6162, fax 317-822- 8464 or at For more information on the show, call 800-355-4432, info@, or visit www.idaex- Paul walks into the boss's offi ce. "Sir, let me get straight to the point. I know the economy is really down, but I have a couple of companies after me, and I would like to ask for a raise." After a few minutes of haggling be- tween them the boss fi nally agrees to a 10% raise, and Paul gets up to leave happily. "One minute," says the boss to Paul, "which companies are after you by the way?" "The gas company, cable company, and phone company," Paul replied! Malco Products, Inc. | Annandale, Minnesota, U.S.A. | | ©2015 Solutions Commercial Grade Hog Ring Pliers with Magazine for Chain Link Fence Installation Ratcheting Wrench Fencing Pliers New! HRA5 HRS5 RRW6 FP1 / FP2 V isit u s at F en c etech , B oot h # 9 7 8 Fast, easy-access Offset Ratcheting Wrench quickly fastens tension bands, brace bands and rail end cups while keeping knuck- les clear of chain link fabric. Versatile 12 point box ends accommodate 1/2 inch and 9/16 inch hex fasten- ers from multiple angles. Exceeds ASME minimum torque requirements. Highly maneuverable 8-in. (203 mm) length or high leverage 10-in. (254 mm) model. Both pliers feature three serrated jaw areas for gripping, pulling or tying fence wire. Three built-in wire cutter locations ensure easy access for cutting up to 9-gauge (3.8 mm) chain link fence or tensioning wire. A compact, rounded nose allows either pliers to reach into tight areas. HRP5 Hog Ring Pliers install 9-Ga. (3.8 mm) collated aluminum rings or exclusive 9-Ga. (3.8 mm) collated steel rings. Easily secures 7-Ga. (4.5 mm) wire to 9-Ga. (3.8 mm) chain link fence. Galvanized Steel Hog Rings, 9-ga. (3.8 mm) Aluminum Hog Rings, 9-ga. (3.8 mm) Malco weather resistant Hog Rings are strong and lightweight for fast installation! HRP5 • Auto-feed magazine. • Extra long leverage & reach. • Easy access to tension wire

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