United States Navy Tests Permanent Technologies' TineLok Fastening
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United States Navy Tests Permanent Technologies' TineLok Fastening System
TineLok Vibration-Proof Fastening System is Currently Installed for Testing on the U.S. Navy's Newest Advanced Hovercraft
-- Permanent Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: PERT - News) announced that the United States Navy is currently testing their TineLok Vibration-Proof Fastening System in their newest Hovercraft, the Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC).
The LCAC is a high-speed, over-the-beach, fully amphibious landing craft, used to transport heavy payloads of equipment (up to 75 tons), cargo and personnel from ship to shore for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force. The TineLok fasteners have been installed on the Hovercraft for almost a year and according to feedback from the Navy the fasteners have worked flawlessly to date.
"We are confident that the TineLok will perform to the U.S. Navy's exacting high-vibration requirements for this strategic project," stated Loren Ball, President and CEO of Permanent Technologies, Inc. "In addition to the performance requirements, we believe TineLok also gives the Navy the ability to make repairs, adjustments and service the components in the field without any special tools -- a major feature of the TineLok System."
About Permanent Technologies, Inc.
Permanent Technologies is the inventor and manufacturer of the award winning TineLok Fastening System -- a family of fasteners that are designed to hold tight in the most demanding, extreme and harshest conditions, environments and applications.
The TineLok Fastening System's vibration-proof, self-locking technology is an affordable alternative to traditional fasteners when increased safety, reliability, operating life and reduced maintenance is desired or required.
The Company has been granted numerous patents both in the U.S. and internationally for the TineLok technology.
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