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Custom Goalie Equipment
Control the crease and everything in it: Design your own custom goalie equipment and get gear that looks and plays exactly the way you want.
When the puck drops, your team depends on you—your training, your reflexes, and your confidence in your equipment. Design goalie gloves, pads, and blockers you can rely on, perfectly suited to your style of play, from top makers like Bauer, CCM, Warrior, and Brians.
To truly personalize your goalie equipment means more than just picking out a couple of awesome colors. Customize your catch glove with key specs like palm size, stiffness, and T-trap. Create custom goalie pads with your own ideal flex, strapping, toe attachment, and knee wings. Make sure your equipment is ready, down to the very last detail, to help you push your limits and play your absolute best.
…and look awesome doing it, because you’ll pick out colors too, but way more than just a couple. Choose from a wide range, from subdued hues to the searingly bright, for the front, the back, the logos, and the binding, lacing, and welting. And with digital print options available on some gear, the sky’s the limit for making this goalie gear your own.
Play your best games yet with gear that’s exactly how you like it, with custom goalie equipment from Pure Hockey.
Frequently Asked Questions about Custom Goalie Equipment
Is custom goalie gear worth it?
To weigh the pros and cons of custom vs. stock gear, consider your level of play, your needs, and your budget.
We’ll just say it: By itself, custom equipment has never made a great goalie. But if your play is advanced enough that the details make a difference, custom gear will maximize your performance and comfort. And if you’re working right now to achieve that level of play, and looking for the best of the best on your way there, custom gear could be the way to go, if it’s within your budget. Finally, if you’re just getting started between the pipes, it’s probably best to go with stock for a while while you learn what you like.
How do I customize goalie pads?
Use the gear customization options right on the goalie pad product page on Pure Hockey. You’ll be able to customize the pads’ specs as well as the colors of the bindings, lacings, and other zones.How much do custom goalie pads cost?You can expect to pay between $1500 and $2100 for senior custom goalie leg pads from top makers like Bauer, CCM, Vaughn, Warrior, and Brians.
Can I customize goalie leg pads?
You bet you can. Customize your profile, breaks, flex, rise, taper, cradle, channels, strapping, ties, and more… and then move on to a vast array of color options. Different makers offer different options for customization, so decide which features are most important to you, and research which companies and models can provide those.
Can I customize pro stock goalie pads?
Sure you can, if it’s a model the manufacturer makes available for customization! Check out the wide selection of stock and pro stock goalie pads available for customization at Pure Hockey.
How much is a custom goalie helmet?
You’ll find quotes between $100 and $900 to have your mask professionally custom-painted; most people end up paying in the lower-to-moderate span. Look for an artist whose mask portfolio you really like.
Is custom goalie gear available for Youth players?
At Pure Hockey, you’ll find custom gear for Intermediate and Senior players, but not Youth. Most people prefer to wait to design custom equipment until the athlete’s playing style is well developed and the player is unlikely to outgrow the equipment between seasons. Custom gear from top makers is an investment!
The Best Custom Goalie Pad Designs + Graphics of All Time
I remember growing up, I would spend hours thinking of different goalie pads design ideas. Before anybody ever dreamed of designing custom goalie pads over the internet, I was trading cards with my friends for whoever had the best looking gear that year. I spent hours drawing out my dream set of goalie gear day in and day out.
We’ve been thinking about doing a custom goalie pad designs article for awhile now. This is by far the best part about playing goalie, and the reason many get into it.
In recent years, the graphics on goalie pads have gotten more and more advanced. Bauer can literally print anything you want on a set of pads. Brian’s has been cutting custom designs onto their gear for as long as anybody can remember. Vaughn is no stranger to custom graphics. Goalies can put any color they want on a set of CCM or Warrior gear. It’s the greatest era of custom goalie gear, maybe ever.
When you’re a kid, and even while you’re still playing, thinking about coming up with inspiration for your next custom goalie pad graphic is one of the more exciting aspects of the sport.
Seriously. Shutouts are great. Winning is great.
Having the best looking pads tops everything.
We’re going to consider this a “Hall of Fame” of sorts, of custom goalie gear.
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Mitch Gillam, custom Bauer Digi Print gear
I love these. The semi vintage Cujo look never gets old. Bauer, if you’re reading this, please don’t bring back the “Supreme” graphic from these days. It looks much better as a throwback design.
Tommy Napier’s Pads for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Bauer Hyperlite
These might be your basic Hyperlite pads, but I do really like the simplicity of these. I really, really wish there was a goalie out there who would consider doing a custom pad design with the white inverted to a color, say in this case, if the white were black and the rest yellow.
Jared Moe at the University of Minnesota
Jared Moe is pictured here rocking a brand new set of custom Bauer gear. Moe is a goalie for the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers Division 1 mens hockey team.
Merzlikins wore this set of Bauer Vapor 2X gear during his time with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Mock set of Seattle Kraken Bauer Pads
Ok, these are awesome. I often find myself dreaming of a certain goalie joining my favorite team, just so we can get better taste in goalie gear on the ice.
Hartford Whalers Concept
Well, this was actually a thing. Not sure if these are pad wrapped or actually printed, but they look great. Obviously, they’re not that creative just being green and white, but the throwback jerseys have to be mentioned here.
Ben Bishops Winter Classic Pads
These were awesome. There was a time when Vintage Goalie Gear was all the rage and it’s sort of fell by the wayside.
The Alabama Crimson Tide play ACHA Club D1 in the SEC.
Fear the Cat
If Felix Potvin could come back and play in the 2020 era. . I see him wearing a design similar to this.
Ok yes, these aren’t the most creative.. but they look sharp. To be fair the article does say custom, so if they’re custom gear they can be featured here.
Michigan Tech Custom Pads
These might honestly be my favorite set of goalie pads, ever. Something about the colors and the logo just ties it together perfectly.
Vegas has one of the more interesting logo concepts in the NHL right now, so it makes total sense that a custom graphic goes perfectly with gear.
Brian’s can and will put literally any graphic on a set of gear. These are awesome. The black base does it for me.
Another set of Dark Based Pads
Logo and claw marks?
Rangers Themed Custom Pads
Any NHL goalie who wears Brian’s goalie pads should be required to design something awesome.
Old School Feel
The only thing that could’ve made this set better is the old school Brian’s Logo instead of the traditional “B Star”.
Classic Brian’s Custom Design
This design has become really popular in recent years.
Garret Sparks Chicago Wolves
Sparks has had some awesome gear over the years. He was actually told by the Toronto Maple Leafs that he had to tone it down at one point.
Love these. Simple with a logo always looks sharp.
Fear the Claw?
Dallas Stars Retro Vaughn Pads
Army West Point Goalie Pads
UMD Bulldogs Custom Graphics
Blue Goalie Pad Designs
There are so many different ways to customize blue goalie pads. Here are some we’ve made over the years that we really like (or have found).Red and Black Goalie Pad Designs Blue and Green Goalie Pad Designs Black and Purple Goalie Pad Designs Green Goalie Pad Designs
This is a green only pad design using the new CCM E Flex 5 pad that really pops.Black and Orange Goalie Pads
Hockey Goalie Leg Pads for sale
About the CCM Premier P2.9
When it comes to Goalie Leg Pads, the CCM Premier P2.9 is an excellent choice for goalies in search of value pads that still deliver on performance and comfort.
Built for comfort, feel, and ultimate performance, enhanced structural integrity to ensure powerful rebound, and faster slide, the CCM Premier P2.9 has numerous features that serve to enhance play, ensure protection, and most importantly… stop those pucks.
Featuring quick motion strapping system for comfort, feel, and ultimate performance, litecore technology for enhanced structural integrity to ensure powerful rebound, and SpeedSkin technology for faster slide, the Premier P2. 9 has the same puck stopping, game winning features found in pro-level Blocking/Butterfly pads.
|Model||Pad Style||Price||Thigh Protection||Adjustable Straps|
|CCM Premier P2.9||Blocking/Butterfly||$$$||N/A||Yes|
CCM Premier P2.9 – Key Features
- Quick motion strapping system for comfort, feel, and ultimate performance.
- SpeedSkin technology for faster slide.
- Litecore technology for enhanced structural integrity to ensure powerful rebound.
CCM Premier P2.9 – Specs
- Weight: 4.85 lbs
- Pad Style: Blocking/Butterfly
- Knee Breaks: 1 External, 1 Internal (below knee)
- Width: 11 inches
- Thigh Protection: N/A
- External Material: SpeedSkin Technology
- Number of Straps: 4
- Strap Type: 3 Velcro, 1 Nylon/Buckle
- Adjustable Straps?: Yes
- Toe Attachment: Toe Ties
|Model||Weight||Pad Style||Knee Breaks||Width||Thigh Protection||External Material||# of Straps||Strap Type||Adjustable Straps?||Toe Attachment|
|CCM Premier P2. 9||4.85 lbs||Blocking/Butterfly||1 External, 1 Internal (below knee)||11in||N/A||SpeedSkin Technology||4||3 Velcro, 1 Nylon/Buckle||Yes||Toe Ties|
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Is Custom Goalie Gear Right for You?
AdvertisementIf you think custom goalie gear is out of reach, think again.
By John Fackoury
While contemplating expanding our hockey business into the realm of goalies, we noticed a huge difference: proportionately speaking, goalies buy far more custom equipment than skaters do.
If you’re not a goalie, you probably seldom or never hear these names: Passau, Don Simmons, John Brown, McKenney, Battram, Factory MAD, Kenesky, Boddam, Viper, Infinity (heck, some of you may not be that familiar with Brian’s, or even Vaughn for that matter).
How do all these brands make it? It’s simple: Because goalies love custom gear. Made-to-order products means it’s a lot easier for the little guys (like us) to survive, because not only can we provide a more personal touch, we can also operate at a much lower sales threshold (i.e., we don’t need to spend nearly as much money on upfront production).Advertisement
Let’s take it back a step. What’s driving this love for custom goalie gear? Two things: Aesthetics and Economics.
In addition to performance, goalies are far more concerned with how their equipment looks than skaters are. Maybe it’s a function of the fact they’ve got bigger, more visible equipment. Or perhaps it’s a function of the type of personality the position attracts. Either way, the evidence is clear.
Take a quick browse around the internet for goaltender equipment and you’ll find tons of goalies gawking at beautiful gear. @tendy_setups and @sweetgoaliepads post pictures of pads on their Instagram accounts, and have amassed upwards of 25,000 followers each. Goalie Gear Sluts United (GGSU), a Facebook group, sees over 18,000 goalies that congregate daily to buy, sell, show off, get opinions, banter about their gear, etc.
The typical hockey retail operation involves a store putting up a boatload of money to buy a huge selection of products at the beginning of the year, which they intend to sell over the course of the season. Their goals are:
A. To have as little inventory as possible left over at the end of the year, that has to be sold at a loss
B. Not to lose too many sales from keeping a limited selection
It’s tricky enough to be accurate with skaters, but with goalies it’s even tougher. Goalie equipment costs way more than player equipment; stores don’t get things for free and have to pay for everything on their shelves. If a particular outlet wants to carry 4 brands of pads, each with 2 models, 6 sizes, and 3 colors, you’re looking at 144 variations of pads. Which is a lot of dough (and that’s just the pads).
Take into account that, mathematically, only about 10% of hockey players are goalies. Therefore, retailers have three choices:
- Have little-to-no goalie selection
- Risk having loads of unsold product at the end of the year
- Charge extra to make up for unsold items
What are we getting at here? For many goalies, your local store may not have anything remotely close to what you want (especially for the “outliers”: full-right goalies, super-tall goalies, etc.), and you’ll still be paying a premium. The logic is, “If I’m going to be spending ‘X’ amount anyway, why not order exactly what I want?” (In some cases, custom can even be less expensive.)
It’s even more impressive from a patriotic perspective: custom-made gear means these niche brands are made in the good ol’ US of A or Canada (ordering custom gear from overseas would take far too long and the shipping would be way too expensive).
So, any interest in becoming a goalie yet?
John Fackoury runs several hockey-related e-commerce websites, including JerseysMadeEasy. com (custom jerseys and socks) and CanadianJerseySuperstore.com.
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Design Trends: Digitally-Printed Goalie Pads
by Kristopher Kern (@RadKern)
(Ed. note: Today, we’re totally excited to introduce a new contributor to the site: Kristopher Kern. He’s worked in design and marketing for 15+ years, is currently the Creative Director for a large convenience store/travel stop chain in the States, and – of course – is a big hockey fan. Welcome Kris!)
The goalie mask has long been the primary medium for artistic expression and graphic design when it comes to on-ice equipment. However, in recent years goalie pad technology has evolved in not only materials and construction, but the ability to digitally print graphics on leg pads, blockers and catchers. This opens up a whole new world when it comes to the visual aesthetic of goalies.
Since the early 90’s the full set of goalie gear has been an extension of expression, but up until now it has been restricted to simply the usage of team colors via patterns of sewn materials on each piece of equipment. The possibilities of design are nearly limitless now, with companies like Bauer leading the charge in this new era of goalie gear. The one-piece, flat design of newer generation leg pads essentially create blank canvases that can showcase custom designs and patterns. There are a handful of NHL goalies that are currently using these types of digitally printed pads, with Henrik Lundqvist being the most prominent. (More on him below.)
This new technology will definitely reveal which goalies will choose to work with talented graphic designers on their pad designs. In order to be visually effective, the approach will have to be different than most mask designs today. The majority of current mask designs are highly detailed, with intricate layers of colors, textures, logos, numbers, graphics, etc. There’s typically a lot of content on a relatively very small canvas.
If the same approach is taken on pad designs it will be a visual mess. The temptation to go overboard will have to yield to restraint, especially with the ability to print photo-real images that span the entirety of the leg pads and blockers is available. “Less is more” should be the direction given to any designer working on pad designs. Keeping it simple with symmetrical graphics and a limited color palette will produce a visually striking look as these types of pads continue to evolve amongst goaltenders.
At this point most NHL goalies have done a good job utilizing a simple, “less is more” design approach, but there are some that have taken that approach a little too far and are utilizing graphics that are so simplistic it’s boring. Some of the more creative designs that use this technology can currently be found in the collegiate and minor league ranks. The following breakdown takes a look at some examples of this burgeoning trend in goalie gear…and since it’s an ever-changing landscape, this list is more of a sampling and by no means comprehensive.
The NHL’s Best: The King Has Been an Early Adopter
Henrik Lundqvist was a very early adopter of the digitally printed pads and continues to utilize a set that prominently features the Statue of Liberty with the NYC skyline, along with the ceiling design at Madison Square Gardens. The design works very well due to its symmetry and excellent usage of Lady Liberty’s seven crown spikes as a graphic element. The red, white and blue color scheme perfectly accent the Rangers uniforms in this set of pads that exemplify the best of the “new school” goalie pad designs.
Lundqvist’s pads (left), Lundqvist’s 2018 Winter Classic pads (right)
Lundqvist also shared via social media a prototype set of special edition pads for the 2018 Winter Classic at Citi Field. While he ended up not wearing them in the game, the pads did an excellent job of showing off another example of digitally printed design, featuring the vintage NY Rangers crest along with a greyscale baseball outline as a nod to the NY Mets. Symmetry in design is achieved here as well with all design elements (the skyline, baseball, bridge, logo and striping) creating a cohesive layout across both leg pads.
The Rest of the NHL’s Best
Devan Dubnyk incorporates graphic patterns in the green/red color scheme of the Minnesota Wild into his custom pad design. While not quite as creative as Lundqvist’s pads, these mesh very well with the uniform and overall aesthetic of the Wild. The striping design evokes a connection with the inlaid tree and sky-streaks pattern within the primary Wild logo. The graphics flow well from the leg pads to the blocker to create a unified look. All-in-all it’s a pretty straight-forward design that plays it safe.
Spencer Martin’s Rocky Mountains-inspired graphics are subtly fantastic. While he’s currently in the AHL, here’s to hoping he sees some time with the Avalanche at some point this season. The actual design of this graphic is fairly simplistic, but it proves the point that design doesn’t have to be overly complicated to be highly effective. Bold, illustrated mountains serve as an angled stripe that separates the maroon upper from the white lower on the leg pads, catcher and blocker. Also, tons of bonus points for utilizing a mask design (done by the reliably great Dave Gunnarsson) that replicates the design of the pads for a truly cohesive look.
• More: HbD Interviews: Dave Gunnarsson
Could mask designs that directly correspond with pad designs be the next step in the customization of goalie gear? Hopefully the answer is yes, as this is a very sharp look. There’s definitely something to be said for a well-executed design that can not only be impactful when viewed up close, but have nearly the same impact when viewed from upper level seating within the arena.
Jacob Markstrom has the benefit of a color palette that typically always looks good on ice: royal blue and kelly green. Similar to Dubnyk’s setup, Markstrom utilizes an abstract, bold graphic pattern that matches his team’s colors. Overall pretty straight-forward, the graphic resembles a dimpled mesh and it does a good job of conveying motion or action. Nothing earth-shattering exciting here, but much better than the NHL’s rest….
NHL’s Rest: Minimal Design & “Stock” Graphics
(clockwise, from top left) Andrei Vasilevskiy, James Reimer, Frederick Andersen, Cam Ward
There are numerous other NHL goalies that utilize digitally printed gear, but for the most part they are very minimal with an underwhelming design that is also available at the retail level. The graphics on these sets of pads don’t take advantage of the full capability of digital printing customization. Perhaps in the near future even “stock” graphics will further push the envelope when it comes to the overall graphic design and aesthetic of each set of pads.
The True Showcase: Minor League and Collegiate Ranks
It’s the wild, wild west when it comes to the digitally printed designs found on goalie pads at the collegiate and minor league levels. The up-and-coming goalies seem to be more willing to experiment when it comes to designs on pads, furthering the evolution of how a goalie looks on the ice.
Whether it’s oversized logos, striking patterns, or even designs that mimic pads from those early 90’s days, the true showcase of this technology can be found at all levels of hockey below the NHL. It will be interesting to see if these goalies continue the trend of bolder graphics as they climb the ranks of the hockey world. The gallery below highlights some very good examples, all with the common theme of a simple, yet very effective design.
Wrapping Things Up
Overall, the emerging trend of digitally printed pads will most likely only become more prevalent in the near future. The result will be a very noticeable impact to the visual aesthetic of watching games. Similar to the rise of custom painted goalie masks, each goaltender could have the opportunity for a much larger canvas to express their individuality or rep their team’s colors in new and different ways.
The overall design direction on these types of pads could end up going a few different ways:
(a) A single design that is essentially repeated from the leg pads to the blocker/catcher and doesn’t really correspond to the mask design, which is the most common execution today.
(b) The same type of repeated design/graphics on the pads, but it includes a mask design that matches for a more cohesive look, like Spencer Martin’s Colorado Avalanche look.
(c) Or, a very unique approach that would include an overall design theme that carries from the mask down through all pieces of equipment, but doesn’t repeat the same pattern throughout. This has the potential to be the most interesting approach, albeit difficult to pull off. It will take a skilled designer to create such a look that will seamlessly span across the different types of equipment in a visually dynamic way.
Some hockey traditionalists may view this advancement in gear technology as a little too “new school” for their taste, but as long as the on-ice performance of the gear meets the demanding standards for goalies then these types of pads will be here to stay. One thing is clear: from a graphic designer’s perspective it will be interesting to see how the creativity and design executions continue to evolve along with this digital printing technology.
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Ice Hockey Goalie Equipment – Skates, Sticks, Pads, Guards & More
We have the largest dedicated goalie zone in the UK.
In such a vital role, we know having the right ice hockey equipment to shine between the pipes is immensely important.
We stock all the premium brands such as Bauer and CCM, so our online hockey shop is the ideal place to find all your goalie gear. From ice hockey goalie leg pads right through to masks and chest protectors, we’ve got it all. We offer a wide range of sizes and prices, to cater for all goalies – pee-wee to pro.
We provide tailor-made goalie equipment just for you.
At Puck Stop, we also offer custom goalie gear. You can design and build your own leg pads, blockers and catch gloves – allowing you to customise your goalie kit for the perfect fit, performance and to reflect your personality.
Our priority is to provide specialist information so you make the best choices for your type of play. Downloading the CCM Custom Spec Catalog to guide you through the customisation process is a great place to start.
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We want our goalie customers to make informed decisions before purchasing. As players ourselves, we review and provide key insights into the products we sell. Head to our evaluation of the new Bauer UltraSonic Goal lineup for more information on this new release.
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Teen goalie designs pads to trick shots
SOUTH HAMILTON – While daydreaming in his high school chemistry class, hockey goaltender Trevor Leahy began to think about the opposing forwards who buzz around him when Pingree School hits the ice.
What are they looking for, he asked himself.
But why does he wear dark blue pads that let shooters zero in on a target?
Using computer skills he learned in a graphic design class at the private school in South Hamilton, Leahy sketched out new leg pads that blend into the goal netting behind him. He wanted pads, a trapper, and a blocker that are white with a raised double-stitched design, just like the goal. He applied for a design patent and had them custom-made by a Canada-based pad maker.
“When the shooter comes down and only has a split second to shoot the puck, they’re looking for net,” said Leahy, a senior from Hampton, N.H., who grew up in Byfield. “If you put the net on the pad, they’ll shoot at the pad instead of the goal.”
Since the days when Boston Bruins’ goaltender Gerry Cheevers started inking stitches onto his mask each time the equipment protected his face, many goalies have expressed their individuality with designs and paintings on their mask or other pieces of equipment. But Leahy’s design – essentially a camouflage for a goal that is 4 feet high and 6 feet wide – has hockey players and coaches amazed and impressed.
Darren Stomp, the custom pad maker from Kingsville, Ontario, who designed Leahy’s equipment, has had other goaltenders ask him to add orange and black tiger stripes and other designs. But those changes were cosmetic. “It might be the most clever idea,” Stomp said. “I don’t think there’s any question it will work, although to what degree depends on the shooter and the situation.”
So far, Leahy has logged two shutouts with the pads. In practice, two of Pingree’s top scorers say, the illusion is particularly effective when there’s a scramble in front of the net and they need to shoot quickly.
“When you’re in close and you don’t have a lot of time to think, it does catch your eye, and you do shoot toward it sometimes,” said Matt MacDonald, a cocaptain from Byfield.
Both MacDonald and senior Tony Sardo of Gloucester say they have fired the puck directly into Leahy’s pads. The illusion diminishes if they are farther from the net, with more time to shoot.
“I’ve never seen anything like them,” Sardo said of the pads.
Not everyone is as sold on the theory. In the locker room after a recent 4-3 overtime loss, players from Dexter School of Brookline said that they barely noticed the design on the pads and that it didn’t attract their attention – or their shots.
“I noticed it, but just thought it was a design on the pads,” said senior forward Robert Lerro. “It just looked like squares.”
John Gardner, the longtime hockey coach at Avon Old Farms School in Connecticut and president of the New England Prep School Ice Hockey Association, said the association has received no complaints about the pads. The association follows National Collegiate Athletic Association rules, he said, and regulations regarding goalie pads are basically confined to the size of the equipment and not the design.
“It’s a novel idea,” said Gardner.
Leahy applied for the design patent last February, and it is pending. He and his mother, Judie, flew to Canada and met with Stomp on Oct. 13 to discuss ideas for implementing the design. He received the pads Nov. 29, and began using them in practice and then in games.
At the Pingree Holiday Tournament in late December, Leahy backstopped Pingree to two shutouts in one day – a 1-0 win over Northwood School from Lake Placid in the morning and a 3-0 win over Kents Hill School of Maine that night. For the season he has a goals-against average under 2.00, and he has had some memorable nights with more than 40 saves against some of the prep school elite teams.
Longtime Pingree coach Buddy Taft won’t give all the credit to the pads – the 5-foot-6-inch Leahy is very quick and has worked on his game, he says – but thinks the theory Leahy used to develop the pads has merit.
“It all makes sense,” he said. “I’m not sure if there’s any effective way to test their success, but he’s played pretty well.”
Leahy wrote a paper about the process as part of his application to the University of New Hampshire (the paper referenced Darwinism and creatures that adapt to their habitat via camouflage), and received notice of early acceptance. He has also applied to Northeastern, Providence College, Emerson College, and Boston University.
“We really encourage our kids to think outside of the box,” Taft said. “Trevor is a good example of that.”
Exactly what will happen to the pads after this season is unclear. Leahy said he would like to play hockey in college, probably at the club level, and wants to market the idea.
“It would definitely be cool to get it out there and get other guys in the future wearing it,” he said.
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MDF door linings in Chelyabinsk from the manufacturer are in high demand. This is due to the fact that they make the appearance of the front door more presentable and improve its consumer qualities. Believe me, even the cheapest door will look much better if you buy a MDF door trim. An excellent option would be to purchase it from Westa-n.
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Westa-n is a company that manufactures custom-made furniture products. You can buy inexpensively custom-made models or order standard ones. Residents of the city of Chelyabinsk and the region are already familiar with the Westa-n factory, due to the fact that the furniture of our production is different:
- High quality.
- Reasonable price .
- Reliability and durability.
It is these advantages that allow the factory to develop rapidly and be in demand among customers.
In the range of catalog on the official website, everyone can place an order for:
- Furniture: modular, built-in, corner.
- MDF door strips, cost for which is available.
MDF door strips are a relatively new product in the company, which has been available since 2012.
MDF is a material that is durable, environmentally friendly and beautiful. It is actively used in the manufacture of furniture facades.
Overlays of this material can be of any color, with different effects or patterns. And the color of the interior decoration can be easily matched to the interior of the hallway.
Buy a door trim from mdf
If you have started renovations or just want to order MDF door trim, you can easily contact Westa-n.
To contact our managers, you can fill out the feedback form or contact the contact phone number indicated on the official website.
Product warranty period is one year and production takes up to 10 business days.
Please note that for metal door manufacturers, we have a long-term cooperation program and special prices.
You will also be interested in:
Genuine leather covers for phones, smartphones to order.
Covers-bandoliers, covers-lining (bumpers) for smartphones, telephones
handmade from genuine leather
Name engraving will emphasize the individuality and originality of the product.
All products are made to order with the creative approach of the master and taking into account customer wishes).
THIS IS IMPORTANT !!!
For the manufacture of covers – bandoliers, covers – linings, you must provide a bumper (silicone or plastic)
for your smartphone model.
On the websites of DNS, OZON and 100 Gadgets stores, you can order an overlay for your smartphone.
Place orders on Vitaly Viktorovich Potochinsky.
Address for placing orders and delivery of postal items:
157860, Kostroma region, p.Sudislavl, st. Beregovaya 2
t. + 7 (903) -896-6006
After registration, be sure to provide the order number or track number of the departure.
___________________________________________________________________________You can choose for order, as a sample, any model from the ones presented below.
To do this, you need to select a sample and click on the “ORDER” button
When placing an order, in the specially designed text entry field,
, you can indicate changes in the design and indicate your wishes.
____________________________________________________________________________________________To order your model (individual design), go to the page for filling out the form for an application for manufacturing,
by clicking on the button “MAKE AN INDIVIDUAL ORDER”
fill in all the fields in the application form, inform about your desire, attach a file with technical assignment (technical assignment), schemes
or a hand-drawn drawing (jpg, png format) with a sample of an approximate or exact model.
In the TK, in the diagram, in the figure, the dimensions of all parts and the product itself must be indicated.
The location of the inscriptions and drawings, in the case of engraving, shall be indicated.
HUGE BASE of PNG PICTURES FOR DESIGN _________________________________________________________________
Before placing an order for production, it is recommended to familiarize yourself with the information in the FAQ section of the site
This section contains answers to frequently asked questions from customers.After reading this information, you will have an understanding,
what is HANDMADE (manual work) and what conditions are imposed for the manufacture of products for individual orders.
Manufacturing of friction linings
Custom friction products
By our own unique technology.
More than 10 years ago, our company was given a task by the specialists of JSC AVTOVAZ to develop a new material for the manufacture of friction products, which had to meet the stringent requirements of the consumer, and be more affordable, since for a long time the company used imported asbestos-containing friction products , which did not fully meet the necessary sanitary and epidemiological standards and technical conditions, while having a short service life and high cost.After a year and a half of hard work, in 2004 we created and tested such a material.
Received friction products manufactured to order are environmentally friendly, contain natural mineral raw materials and highly modular materials, do not contain asbestos, which complies with the recommendations of the sanitary and epidemiological services, as well as the provisions of the UN European Economic Commission, ratified by Russia.
In OOO “PPO” you can order friction products of any shape according to the drawings:
- Friction linings
- Friction sectors
- Friction liners
- Friction discs
- Friction pads
- Friction plates
- Friction rings
- Non-standard friction products
Custom friction linings
Friction linings are manufactured in accordance with TU.25-71-001-59647441-2005, which were developed specifically for use with increased loads in the brake clutches of forging and pressing equipment operating in multi-shift operation in severe conditions. Thus, the friction linings have successfully passed the full cycle of tests both in laboratory and in the conditions of existing production.
The technology developed and applied by our production allows us to achieve high physical and mechanical characteristics, stable and high coefficient of friction in a wide range of speeds and temperatures.Due to this, the safety of work is increased, the durability of the friction linings and related parts is increased. As a result, savings are achieved at the enterprise by reducing the cost of repair work to replace the friction pairs of brake devices.
Our friction material has a number of competitive advantages over imported and domestic counterparts:
- no asbestos and full compliance with sanitary standards;
- constancy of the coefficient of friction with increasing temperature in the working area;
- relatively low price;
- 5 years warranty.
The production technology of asbestos-free friction linings was highly appreciated by the specialists of JSC AVTOVAZ. Since 2004, our production has been an exclusive supplier of friction linings for the technological equipment of JSC AVTOVAZ.
We deliver friction products across Russia by transport companies.
Overlays and locks for books
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As you know, there is no better gift than a book.And if you try to give it an unusual and original appearance, then this present can not only please, but also pleasantly surprise its recipient. The art workshop “Kalezha” will gladly help you to achieve this effect.
This section contains a rich collection of overlays for the flight of a book from the “Kalezh” workshop, made by the method of artistic casting. Also in our assortment there are locks for books of various shapes and sizes. Offer us your idea for decorating locks on books or other decorative items.
Pay attention to other Kalezh products: furniture fittings, VIP gifts and souvenirs.
To order overlays for the binding of a book from our catalog, just call the company’s operators by phones:
- 8 (499) 135-01-53 ,
- 8 (499) 135-63-34 ,
- 8 (499) 135-83-01 ,
- 8 (903) 579-99-54 .
or independently fill out an electronic form, and then the managers of the Kalezh company will contact you within an hour.
Attention! Our art workshop offers beneficial cooperation to designers, architects and decorators. There are special discounts and pleasant bonuses for you in the company!In the meantime, there is no need to know about it. ”
Industrial Insulated Electricity Safety Lockout Lining Colors Custom Handles
Industrial Insulated Electricity Security Lock Lockout Steel Plate
Part number: CX01
Steel closing plate
- The handle is made of PA and the lock shackle is made of nickel plated steel with red plastic or vinyl coated body, rust proof.
- Allow multiple padlocks to be used by isolating one power source.
- Lock holes: diameter 10.5mm
- Jaw size: 1 ‘”(25mm) & 1.5″ (38mm)
- Handle colors can be customized.
|CX01||Jaw size 1 ” (25mm), accepts up to 6 padlocks.|
Examples of checking the short circuit tagout – mechanical energy
Close the valve;
Test and check whether pressure is stored in pipelines, accumulators and cylinders, such as stored compressed air, gas, steam, water, liquid, etc.
Mechanical blockage protection, approved standard operating procedures or a valid work permit are required for holes with mechanical hazards in the equipment area.
Energy control middle circuit protection, it does not mean energy isolation!
Examples of statement tagout closure – kinetic energy
During a forklift breakdown, a yellow warning board must be filled inside and placed in a visible position starting part to prevent others from using it.After repairs, it will be retrieved by the designated person on the yellow card. Attach the steering wheel lock to prevent others from using the forklift.
Each crane has its own isolation point
When checking the crown tap, perform energy management according to the insulation rules of the crown tap. The remote control needs to be monitored.
Fixed remote control lock box installed on the cart – remote control is put in the lock box during service – all service personnel locks it – service is complete and personal lock is removed to restore energy.
Examples – water energy, chemical energy
Close the valve using a locking device in order to achieve a tagout closure;
Confirm that the insulation device, locking device and hardware lock / overhaul plate are intact and solid;
Check that the switch cannot be changed.
Railroad linings (ZhD). Production of butt strips for rails | Plant “NSMZ”
Product of the superstructure of the track (or VSP) from rolled steel.This pad is used for the butt joint of the R-65 rails of broad gauge railways.Normative document: TU 14-2R-463-2011, GOST 33184-2014
Product of the superstructure of the track (or VSP) from rolled steel. This pad is used for the butt joint of the R-65 rails of broad gauge railways.Normative document: TU 14-2R-463-2011, GOST 33184-2014
Product of the superstructure of the track (or VSP) from rolled steel.This pad is used for the butt joint of the R-65 rails of broad gauge railways.Normative document: TU 14-2R-463-2011, GOST 33184-2014
A railway track is a complex system consisting of many individual elements, which together ensure the safe operation and integrity of the rolling stock. At the same time, in the rail connections, special pads are used, laid on the rails to fasten their ends together in order to avoid lateral displacement relative to each other.The metallurgical plant of Nizhnaya Salda has the ability to supply railway linings to all regions of the Russian Federation and the countries of the Customs Union, the price and technical characteristics of which will interest our customers, representing numerous enterprises for laying and maintaining tracks.
Application and classification
Rail linings are the main element of bolted joint fastenings of various classes of rails in wide and narrow gauges. It is important to take into account that the butt strips of the rail are provided with markings indicating the class of the rail corresponding to their purpose.All railway linings can be divided into three classification types:
- • double-headed rail linings – they are used for connecting rails of the same type;
- • insulating pads for rail joints – polymer coating of these track elements provides electrical insulation of adjacent block sections;
- • Transitional plates for railway rails of different classes.
The marking of the latter type indicates both classes of rails for which the linings are intended.
Features and requirements
Considering that railroad linings, laid on rails to connect adjacent spans, perform an important functional task, being subjected to significant loads during operation, technical conditions impose special requirements on the quality of their performance.