STAHL Offers Rhino Lining Vehicle Protection for Work Truck Service Bodies

Rhino Linings can be applied to the body load space and bulkhead, as well as other surfaces such as bumpers and compartment tops.

📅   Fri April 03, 2015 - National Edition
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Rhino Linings can be applied to the body load space and bulkhead, as well as other surfaces such as bumpers and compartment tops, to provide a high level of corrosion, impact and abrasion resistance.
Rhino Linings can be applied to the body load space and bulkhead, as well as other surfaces such as bumpers and compartment tops, to provide a high level of corrosion, impact and abrasion resistance.

STAHL, a Scott Fetzer Company, is now offering Rhino Lining vehicle protection to its work truck and service body customers. Rhino Linings can be applied to the body load space and bulkhead, as well as other surfaces such as bumpers and compartment tops, to provide a high level of corrosion, impact and abrasion resistance.

Rhino Linings protective coatings are sprayed directly onto truck body surfaces that need heavy-duty protection from corrosion, abrasion and temperature extremes.

“Rhino Linings provide excellent protection in rugged and heavy-duty operating conditions,” said Jeff Jerousek, STAHL’s VP of sales and marketing. “Because it’s a quality product that our customers often ask for by name, we’re now offering it as one of the available options for our service truck bodies.”

For more information, call 800/277-8245.