Equipment Savings with Section 179

Hurry: Purchase equipment before Year-End to qualify for Section 179 Tax Incentives

Lower the cost of your business assets purchased before year-end, including furnaces and fabrication equipment, when applying accelerated depreciation (IRS tax code Section 179). Under Section 179, eligible businesses may be able to write off the entire purchase price of qualifying equipment for the current tax year, up to $1 million. To see if your equipment purchase would qualify for a Section 179 tax incentive, request a quote from the HHH technical team today.

For more information on Section 179, visit this link.

Calculate your 2020 Savings under Section 179 here.

Qualify for Savings Before It’s Too Late

In order to qualify for the Section 179 Deduction, the equipment must be purchased, financed or leased equipment and put into service by December 31 of this year. To get started on your equipment savings today, view our tempering and fabrication equipment, or contact the HHH team below.

Eligible Tempering Furnaces and Fabrication Equipment

Check out the entire line of HHH Equipment Resources’ machinery that qualifies for Section 179 tax incentives, including tempering furnaces, IG equipment, CNC work centers, laminating lines, glass edging and polishing equipment, cutting tables and more.

Hiseng SZM Automatic glass double edger line
NorthGlass A3 Series Tempering Furnace from HHH Equipment Resources
Laminated Glass Production Line from HHH

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