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Bad Wolf Scuff Liner

August 29, 2017 - Products

US Liner Company

US Liner Company's Bad Wolf Scuff is designed to be a lighter recycled scuff liner material for the interiors of trailers.

The Bad Wolf Scuff was launched as an alternative recycled high-density polyethylene material that is thinner than traditional polyscuff at 3/8-inches thick and lighter in weight than the standard 5/8-inch HDPE currently, according to US Liner. Scuff liners protect the interiors of trailers from damage from forklifts, pallets, and other handling methods.

Bad Wolf Scuff is also designed to be easier to install than traditional HDPE materials because it is more resistant to curling and does not require a relaxation period prior to installation. US Liner says bowing was non-existent in company trials as well, reducing installation times.

The smooth, flat surface is available in white or black at no additional charge. The material is supplied in standard 12-inch, 18-inch, and 24-inch widths, coiled or flat. Standard order length is 52 linear feet.

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