Dicor Corp. is using the RVIA National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., as an opportunity to launch a bevy of new products to the RV marketplace for both manufacturer and aftermarket use, the company said in a news release Monday (Nov. 28).
“This entire year we have had the motto: ‘What’s next?’ And the innovative products we are debuting at the RVIA Show are no exception,” said Gregg Fore, president of Dicor Corp. “Not only does Dicor continually look for our next innovation, but you can look to Dicor to lead the way for the RV industry.”
The new products, which include two new roofing membrane offerings, new shade systems from United Shade, as well as flooring and paneling solutions from Vixen Composites, will be on display during the show, and will be featured in a press event led by Dicor President Gregg Fore. The event takes place at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, in the Dicor booth No. 230, North Wing Lobby, Hall 2A.
The new products Dicor is introducing during the RVIA Show are designed to meet OEM and end-user needs in ways not done before, including:
- A New, Tougher Roof Membrane – the most tear- and puncture-resistant membrane in the marketplace while also being lightweight and more pliable than competitive membranes.
- EZ Lift Wood Blinds – United Shade’s latest addition to a wide selection of EZ Lift Blinds. The real wood construction adds an elegant touch to all RV models, and the EZ Lift functionality eliminates pull cords.
- A Privacy Package for RVs Featuring the Scroll Shade and the Sway Shade – these industry-first shades are designed by United Shade for RVs to provide privacy and function for the overhead bunk window and cockpit passenger windows.
- Slideout floors – Vixen Composites continues to push the composite panel arena forward, making composite paneling that is both stronger and more functional than ever before.
“Sticking to old solutions, past technologies and existing offerings just isn’t what we do,” Fore said. “Dicor and its affiliate brands are built on bringing advancements to the RV industry that will positively impact the work of manufacturers and the enjoyment of end-users.”